Revolutionary New Hair Transplant Tool (Dr. Harris Motorized SAFE scribe) Makes FUE Surgery Faster and Easier
Dr. James Harris has been recommended on the Hair Transplant Network for several years and has consistently gotten very good patient reviews. Impressive examples of his results can be found in the “Results Posted by Leading Hair Transplant Clinics” forum and his recommendation profile.
Dr. Harris is also world renowned and recognized among his medical colleagues as an innovator in refining and teaching follicular unit extraction (FUE). His two step FUE process, which he refers to as the “SAFE System”, improves on traditional FUE by virtually eliminating follicle damage during the extraction process.
Follicular unit extraction (FUE) has become an increasingly popular procedure over the years due to its elimination of a linear scar and increased recovery time for patients.
Recently, Dr. Harris presented the “Powered SAFE Scribe”, a new and revolutionary surgical FUE tool to his colleagues at this year’s 2009 ISHRS (International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery) scientific meeting in Amsterdam. Research and testing have proven that this new powered instrument is even more effective than its manual, non-powered predecessor. The Powered SAFE Scribe is safe and effective in the hands of a skilled hair restoration physician and can reduce the time it takes to perform the procedure by half. Extraction rates of 500-700 per hour have been reported using the new powered version of the Scribe as opposed to approximately 200-300 with the manual one.
Surgeons who have used the powered SAFE scribe have reported the following benefits
* Reduction in pain
* Minimal scarring
* Almost all patients can become candidates for the FUE procedure
* Minimal follicle transection and damage
* Decreased time to perform the procedure (potentially leading to lower costs)
Kudos to Dr. Harris for working to revolutionize and improve the follicular unit extraction procedure and making it a more viable solution to prospective hair transplant patients.