Today, there are 2 methods applied as hair transplantation technique:
1. Sapphire fue hair transplant technique
2. DHI (unshaved) hair transplant technique.
Very good results are obtained in both techniques. However, technical changes can be made depending on whether the person’s spill rate is complete or dilution. If the area to be transplanted is completely lost in a person, the operation can be performed in both techniques. However, it is appropriate to choose the DHI hair transplantation technique in diseases that will affect circulation and blood circulation, such as diabetes, even if it is completely shed. If the loss of the person is like thinning, it is more appropriate to perform the operation with the dhi (unshaved) hair transplantation technique in order not to damage the existing hair while transplanting.
In sapphire fue hair transplantation, since micro channels are opened for grafts to be placed, follow-up should be done regularly during and after the procedure. The risk of necrosis due to edema, redness and bleeding may be a situation that can be encountered in the sapphire fue technique. Considering the recovery period in this technique, the rate of returning to social life may be a little late.
In the DHI pen technique, after the grafts are taken from the donor area by fue operation, the channel opening process is not performed, and the relevant grafts are placed directly in the area planned to be transplanted with the help of special pencils and tips. Considering the recovery period in DHI (unshaved) hair transplantation technique, the rate of returning to social life is faster.
When people who decide to have hair transplantation choose the hair transplant technique, the result is the same in both techniques. Considering the person’s own spill area and chronic conditions, the type of hair loss is decided by specialist physicians.