Direct Hair Implantation, is a method where the hair follicles resistant to detachment from the nape are removed individually with the aid of an implanter pen and transplanted directly to the area in need of a make over.

With the new techniques in hair transplantation on the increase, the DHI technique is currently the most popular and successful amongst techniques in hair transplantation.

Dhi and FUE techniques with donor hair in the area can be performed on patients with weak plantings. Modern hair transplantation techniques enable us to use the donor area quite efficiently.


The hair transplantation method in which the grafts in the donor area are removed by a special tool one by one while avoiding leaving a scar, making any incision in the scalp. Today it is performed by micro motors which shorten the procedure length. Apart from hair; nape, breast, and back hair can also be used. The transferred hairs grow in the accordance with the region they are transferred to.

The personal hairline is designed to begin with. The crucial stage of this method is while the tiny canals opened in the transplanting area. The canals opened must be very small and at the original angle.

The hair are taken out, local anaesthesia is applied to the area and the grafts are removed by a special surgical tool with a 1mm diameter. These grafts are placed into the canals opened in the requested area.


FUE transplants can cause more bleeding. Hair are mostly planted with tweezers and the holes are opened with tiny blades.

The angle in which your hair will grow can easily be chosen by your doctor with DHI transplants.

Recovery with DHI transplants is only 1 day while it takes up to 3 days with FUE transplants.

You can achieve 3 times the hair density with DHI transplants in comparison to FUE transplants.

DHI transplants cause far less bleeding which also lowers the infection rate considerably.

You can achieve more natural appearing results with DHI transplants.

DHI transplants carry a 98% success rate and FUE transplants carry a 90% success rate.