Hair transplantation is an operation that must be performed under local anesthesia. Therefore, this is understandably one of the biggest worries of the patients. For the anesthesia of the donor area at the back of the head and the transplant area, numerous injections are administered, all of which are perceived by the body as painful, depending on the patient's sensation and awareness.
The amount of anesthetic administered and the associated pain during the injections frightens patients and thus drives them into a stressful cycle. Driven by this malaise, many patients turn away from a hair transplant and miss the chance of a "hairy" future.
Hair transplants and syringes have arrived in the general public as inseparable. Unfortunately, we owe this to the fungal spread of hair transplant centers, poorly trained staff and unconscious use of anesthetics. As a result, severe swelling and redness are among the nightmares of patients. Every injection means death to millions of cells.
In order to make the treatment more pleasant, we have started the needle-free injection after a long-term research and testing. The anesthetic is injected under high pressure without the use of needle and cannula subcutaneously (subcutaneous).
With this method, it is possible to inject effectively and efficiently sufficient amounts of anesthetic very close under the skin without needles or cannulas.
How is it done?
The pen-like devices use mini-injectors that were previously prepared with the amount of anesthetic tailored to the patient specifically and then administered via the skin. In the pin is a bolt which is stretched over a spring. By this tension, the drug can be administered with high pressure and painless. Thus, sufficient anesthetic is injected in a gentle and 30% less painful way. Due to the medication, only a very slight burning sensation can be perceived under the skin.
- No wounds, therefore less risk of infection
- Easy to dose