Hair Transplantation Percutaneous Micro Channel Technique is the developed version of FUE technique. It is also called the needle/implanter pen technique The most important factor behind why Percutaneous Premium Micro Channel technique is the most preferred one is that it reflects naturalness very well. This method is very suitable for people who want to get a natural look after the transplant. Hair follicles taken from the donor area are drilled into the thinning or bolding area with the help of a special pen which has a special needle implanted in it. The only difference between FUE and Percutaneous technique is that these drilled holes are round, not straight. The anatomy of hair follicle differs from person to person. Therefore, special conical holes are made in the area where the transplantation will take place by giving special angles suitable with the size of the hair. In this way, the smooth and complete penetration of the hair into the holes is enabled during the transplant of the hairs. Thanks to this process, a natural appearance as well as dense hair come into existence after the transplant.
The healing process of the transplantation performed with the Percutaneous Micro Canal Technique is 2-3 days. No scars remain in the healing transplant area. Since there is no excess isotonic fluid use after the operation, there is less facial edema formation.