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Manual Punch Hair Transplant

A manual punch is an original FUE instrument: a circular hollow scalpel with a diameter of 0.7 to 1.0 millimeters. This instrument is used for harvesting grafts from donor sites.

This is the most effective and sophisticated harvesting technique in the FUE method.

 

How Is FUE Surgery Performed Via Manual Punch?

The Physician rotates the punch back and forth between the thumb and forefinger while applying pressure to the donor zone. Once the desired depth is reached, the graft is gently extracted using forceps.

What Makes Manual Punch The Best Harvesting Technique?

 

Better Control And High Graft Survival Rates.

Physicians can manually feel tissue resistance and the graft angle during the procedure because the manual tool provides physicians good feedback from tissue.

Extracted grafts become healthier and have more excellent survival rates.

 

Decrease Follicular Damage and Transections

Manual extraction decreases follicular damage associated with heat, torsion, and friction created by motorized devices.

Manual extraction also prevents transactions that motorized tools create due to the stable axis at which the punch spins.

 

It provides quicker recovery time and prevents thinning donor site issues.

With a manual punch, the Physician can work with the donor zone much more gently, so there is less irritation at the donor site.

One graft can contain two, three, or four hairs. With manual extraction, physicians can take only one hair of the graft and leave other hairs on the donor. This flexibility prevents donor site thinning issues associated with motorized extraction.

The Physician rotates the punch back and forth between the thumb and forefinger while applying pressure to the donor zone. Once the desired depth is reached, the graft is gently extracted using forceps.

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