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Hair Transplant Methods>DHI Hair Transplant

What is Sapphire FUE Hair Transplantation?

Sapphire FUE hair transplantation (follicular unit extraction) is the process of performing the grooving phase of the FUE hair transplantation technique, which is the most preferred hair transplantation technique, with tips made of synthetic sapphire.


Made of synthetic sapphire, these tips keep their sharpness for a long time because they are hundreds of times harder than steel tips. Sapphire tips used in FUE hair transplantation provide more aesthetic and healthy results compared to the tips used in other techniques.

How is DHI Hair Transplant done?

DHI Hair Transplantation is one of the advanced hair transplantation methods performed using the device called “implanter pen (medical pen)”. In this method, grafts are collected with the help of a medical pen, and then the hair taken by this pen  is placed directly on the skin without incision and channel opening.

Although hair transplantation with the DHI technique has been known and applied for many years, the most important reason for its popularity in recent years is that it is a two-stage method performed without an incision. In other hair transplantation techniques, hair transplantation operations, which are performed in three stages, namely graft collection, grooving and graft transplantation, are performed with two  stages, graft collection and graft transplantation with DHI technique. This method is mostly used in order not to damage the existing hair in plantings in the hairy areas.




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What Do We Do Before Hair Transplantation at Esteinnova?

Before proceeding to the hair transplant operation, we determine the number of grafts by examining the transplant areas of our patients. After the analysis performed by our team, we start the hair transplant operation.

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