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DHI Hair Transplant

The purpose of this technique is to transplant the grafts, removed from the back of the head, directly without opening the channel and to minimize the time they are outside, making them healthier and stronger.


For hair follicles/grafts removed from the donor area to be transplanted, no holes are made in the areas where the hair will be transplanted, and hair follicles are directly transplanted with special tips. This technique is more difficult and takes longer when compared to the classical FUE technique, on the other hand, it ensures that the healing process is faster because there is no incision. The fact that no hole is made in the area to be transplanted increases the number of follicles that can be transplanted and allows more intensive transplanting.

DHI technique is one of the new and very special techniques of hair transplantation with FUE technique that can be applied in only a few hair transplantations centres in the world, including Turkey.

Advantages of hair transplantation with DHI technique

The most important feature of this technique is that this is the newest hair transplantation technique that is closest to natural hair, has a low risk of scar, hair density is denser, and has a high recovery rate thanks to special needles. The density it provides is twice the strip / lateral incision technique, 40-60 grafts per square centimetre. This density provides a great coating opportunity in the hair loss area.

It offers the possibility of hair transplantation at different angles for people who will have hair transplantation, especially when applied to sensitive areas such as hairline, it provides a more natural appearance and much more successful results.

Since it is a very sensitive technique that needs to be applied one by one, a team of experts and highly successful in their field works in hair transplantation centres where this technique is used. Hair design in hair transplantation with the DHI technique achieves the most natural and successful results.

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