Painless Anesthesia

Nowadays, with the developing medical world, many diseases are being treated and they

continue to be cured.

Today, surgeries performed with developing technologies provide more painless and faster

healing process compared to the past days. Although it provides a painless process when it is

used during the surgery, the anesthesia method, which causes the patients to suffer after

the procedure, is still used quite frequently today.

Painless anesthesia techniques are being developed and performed as a reflection of the

developing technology to the medical world. Painless anesthesia is used in many operations.

However, for painless anesthesia, firstly it is necessary to know what anesthesia is and is

used in which conditions. Every conscious patient should have the necessary information

about the disease and the procedure to be applied.

Types of Anesthesia

Anesthesia is a state of temporary unconsciousness, which is generally applied to prevent

people from feeling pain during operations. But it is divided into types. Anesthesia varies

according to the type of operation. The same anesthesia procedure is not performed in

every operation. A commonly used form of anesthesia is sedation. Sedation can be defined

as a mild dormancy. Local anesthesia is preferred for hair transplantation operations and is

used only for the part where the operation will be performed.

What is Painless Anesthesia?

Painless anesthesia is usually performed by the specialists to the people who wants to have

hair transplantation. Performing anesthesia to the scalp during the hair transplantations can

create several different hazards.

For this reason, needle-free anesthesia techniques have been developed by experts. For

painless anesthesia, a device called "implanter", which does not have a needle on its tip, is

used, operation continues with the laser process by performing local anesthesia. This

method is known as painless anesthesia and is increasingly preferred day by day.