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Serrated fue Punch

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*Ultra sharp serrated cutting edge *Specially designed serration to provide better skin contact and longer durability to extract even 5000-6000 grafts with single punch. *Available in 0.7-1mm diameters.

Standard fue punch

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* The fue punch manufactured by us one of the best in quality and durability because this are made of imported stainless steel which is hard in nature. *These are available in all diameters from 0.7 mm to 1mm. *Special consideration has been give to provide ultra thin wall and sharp cutting edge to reduce friction and decrease transaction rate. *Our punch specially designed in which broadning internal diameter which reduce graft torsion and trauma. *It has been used by many sergeons in india and abroad and is highly recommended by leading hair restorstion surgeons. *Have ultra sharp cutting edge which provide better skin contact and reduce cutting skin friction. *Punch have inside bevel sharpness which reduce transaction rate.

FUE Punch

Welcome to the Guru Hair Treatment website. Guru Hair Treatments offers the best quality, custom-made surgical equipment available. By hair restoration doctors for hair restoration surgeons, we create products with optimal usability and the best final outcomes available today. The Guru Hair treatment range contributes to effective operations that you and your patients will be happy to display. FUE hair transplant surgery, or FUE, is a surgical hair restoration treatment that involves collecting naturally existing follicular unit grafts with a punch or similar extraction instrument. FUE extraction devices vary greatly in design, but each has the ability to produce exceptional outcomes when used by a professional and experienced surgeon. FUE extraction instruments are split into two fundamental types: manual and motorised. In addition to the previously listed FUE extraction equipment, the following are some of the most popular options among FUE practitioners today.

Manual FUE Tools

Manual extraction devices are sometimes referred to as the "original" FUE instruments, as they were the first to be utilized in follicular unit extraction treatments. A manual FUE punch is a metal, portable instrument with a handle on one end and a hollow, cylinder-shaped needle (or "punch") on the other. Using a manual punch for FUE hair transplantation, a doctor finds a graft of follicular units to remove, picks up the tool by its handle, wraps the hollow needle around the graft, and drives the punch into the scalp. The follicular unit can be removed because of the hole this movement makes in the scalp around it. A variety of punch sizes and "blunt" or "sharp" pointed devices can be used by surgeons to perform this technique. In order to extract the graft, hair restoration doctors can both use a blunt-tipped tool to continue dissecting the graft and get ready to remove it with forceps, or they can use a sharp-tipped tool to separate the tissue related to the graft and then remove it from the scalp using forceps.

Automated FUE Tools

Similar to manual instruments, motorized FUE devices use a punch with a blunt or sharp tip to harvest follicular units. But instead of having a manual handle, the hollow punch is connected to a little motor and is usually powered by a foot pedal or a button on the device. The punch can oscillate (alternate) back and forth in different directions or spin constantly in one direction, depending on the motor. The motorized punch's fast spinning action, when positioned around a follicular unit, enables quick scalp penetration and graft separation without the need for the hair transplant surgeon to use manual force. Although the motorized punch had a highly novel notion, doctors first saw a drop in yield when they converted from manual to automated instruments. The follicular units are subjected to undue strain and injury when automated FUE instruments spin too fast, pull too hard on the grafts, or get hot while spinning. FUE hair transplant doctors created new and improved powered instruments that reduce tension, torsion, heat, and friction forces in order to lessen the strain caused by driven devices. These adjustments include lowering the rotating punch's speed (measured in revolutions per minute), reducing the size of the "arc" pattern created by oscillation or rotation, switching to oscillating heads rather than rotating ones, employing both blunt and sharp tips as needed, and reducing the number of rotations required to remove each graft. Thanks to these advancements, contemporary motorized instruments are now incredibly efficient, enabling doctors to remove a huge volume of grafts with low transection rates and high yields in an hour—up to 700 compared to 200–500 with manual devices.

The Pros and Cons of Manual vs. Motorized Equipment

Below are mentioned pros and cons of manual vs. motorized equipment to look. Have an eye on them.

Manual FUE Tools:

One significant benefit of using manual FUE instruments, according to supporters, is that the hair restoration doctor may feel more of the hair during extraction. This makes it possible to "feel" and comprehend tissue resistance and the follicle's position and angle more clearly. Additional benefits include less follicular damage brought on by the heat, tension, and friction generated by motorized instruments; and more control over the amount of rotations and oscillations that occur during extraction. When compared to motorized equipment, the number of follicular units extracted per hour is lower with manual FUE instruments due to tiredness and human error risk.

Motorized FUE Devices

Benefits of motorized FUE equipment include the capacity to extract more follicular units per hour, which means that bigger sessions may be completed in less time, and the elimination of human error and tiredness that come with manual punching. Compared to manual devices, the motorized FUE device has more oscillations and rotations, which increases heat, torsion, friction, and tension on the follicular unit. Additionally, doctors may not receive tactile feedback from the device, which could lead to increased follicular damage. Lastly, the higher cost of certain motorized devices may result in increased FUE procedure costs.

What Elements of the FUE Punch Are Important for Reducing FUE Scars?

A FUE punch may be thought of as a very large needle. The living follicle is removed by a sharp cutting surface after being eaten by the open mouth at one end. The graft can now be collected and applied to other parts of the body. A little incision is made all around the specimen when this device is used. All in all, there's still a wound around the same size. Along the way, the graft climbs the punch's lumen, or inner chamber.

How Are FUE Scars Reduced by the Guru Hair Treatments?

No other FUE punch tip on the market right now is like this frustoconical design. Known as Outer Diameter 1 (OD1), the main flared cutting edge at the lumen mouth is home to the sharp cutting edge that creates the first physical wound at the smallest gauge by encircling the follicle. Subsequently, the punch undergoes internal expansion, resulting in an increased outer diameter of 2 OD. Without making any more cuts to the surrounding tissue, the incision is softly extended to its new diameter, enabling more of it to be collected with the follicle. As the patient heals, this helps them prevent scarring from FUE transplants.