DHI HAIR TRANSPLANT
"DHI Hair Transplantation is also known as the choi pen technique. It is the most used hair transplantation technique after the FUE Technique. What is the DHI technique? What are the advantages of the DHI technique? Hair transplantation details with the DHI technique."
DHI Hair Transplantation Technique, also known as the pen technique, is especially used for people who want unshaven hair transplantation. Although it is described by some scientists as the pen version of FUE, DHI is accepted as a separate hair transplantation technique since the materials used and the operation are different from FUE.
DHI Hair Transplantation Technique Operation Process
The similarities between DHI and FUE techniques are striking, but the most important difference that distinguishes the two techniques is that in the DHI Technique, hair is transplanted to the area where the hair follicles will be transplanted with an implanter pen without opening the channel. The implanter pen has a special needle. The extracted hair follicles are driven into the pen and transplantation is performed without opening channels with the help of a special needle.
Zero Pain Method in Hair Transplantation
Painless and needle-free local anesthesia completely eliminates the thought that people may have after watching hair transplantation videos: "Will there be a lot of pain and suffering?" For this reason, by having a better hair transplantation experience, people have a more comfortable time returning home happily. The pain, which is kept at a minimum level, thus decreases to zero level.
Application of DHI Hair Transplantation Technique
Hair follicles taken from the donor area are placed one by one into implanter pens. It is a process that must be done carefully and carefully. Assistants must place the pens into the pens without damaging the hair follicles and give the pens to the specialist.
Expert pens perform the transplantation in accordance with the natural hair appearance. It places the hair follicles in an open area without disturbing the growth direction.
Between 4-6 choi pens are used in the operation. After the transplantation, the pen is given to the assistant and the roots are placed again. This process continues until the hair follicles run out. The needle sizes of these pens may vary depending on the structure of the person's hair follicle.
Since the hair follicles remain outside the tissue for less time, the rate of graft loss and failure is lower.
- Since there is no channel opening process, bleeding is minimal.
- A faster recovery is seen in the DHI Technique compared to the FUE Technique. For this reason, the person can return to his life in a shorter time.
- Unshaven hair transplantation is generally preferred with this method and is performed with less difficulty.
Disadvantages of the DHI method
Using the DHI Technique requires more experience and expertise than the FUE Technique. It is important to choose people who are experts in their field.
- Perhaps the biggest disadvantage for those considering hair transplantation is that its cost is very high compared to other techniques.
- The team that will perform the transplantation must be careful and in high condition while assisting them in the same way as an expert.
Is Everyone Suitable for DHI Hair Transplantation?
DHI Hair Transplantation Technique was developed by Kyungpook National University scientific experts. The reason is to increase the success rate of hair transplantation operations for people with curly and thin hair. In the beginning, the pens developed for this purpose could not be used on people with straight and thick hair. With the new tips currently developed, it can now be used on people with thick and straight hair.
Today, operations are carried out successfully with the latest system. Clinics specializing in operations performed with Choi tips can achieve effective and, most importantly, natural-looking results in hair transplantation.