• DHI uses the special Implanter (Pen) to precisely control the angle, depth and direction of the implanted follicle. This method creates an all-natural hairline and natural look.
  • In DHI technique, the extracted grafts are directly implanted into the recipient area, whereas in FUE technique, extracted grafts are kept in a special solution. Then, canals are opened in the recipient area and finally extracted grafts are implanted into the opened canals. There is no extra step of opening canals in DHI.
  • There is no bleeding in DHI since the implantation is performed with the special Implanter without open canals.
  • There is no crusting, pitting and postulation in DHI.
  • It is possible to implant 45-60 grafts per cm2 in FUE, however, it is possible to implant 80-90 grafts per cm2 in DHI without reducing the scalp blood supply. That means the possible maximum density can be achieved with DHI. For example, in a certain receding area over the front hairline, if the maximum graft numb with FUE is 1,000; it could be 2,000 grafts for the same area in DHI technique.
  • The maximum number of grafts in one session with DHI can be around 3,500 grafts per session, whereas in FUE it can be up to 5,000 grafts. So the patients who need over 2,000 grafts shall accept more than one sessionwith DHI.
  • To give angle and direction for grafts is much easier and more successful in DHI with the special Implanter (Pen).
  • There is no need for shaving in DHI, only the donor area is trimmed. In FUE, the whole scalp should be shaved before the procedure.
  • The patient that has DHI can go to normal routine much quicker than the patient has FUE Hair Transplantation.
  • The recovery is faster in DHI.