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DHI in İstanbul

What is DHI?

Direct Hair Implantation (DHI) is a minimally invasive hair transplant technique that involves the extraction of hair follicles from the donor area and their direct implantation into the recipient area using specialized tools. This method aims to achieve natural-looking results with minimal downtime and scarring.

How Is DHI Performed?

During a DHI procedure, hair follicles are extracted one by one from the donor area using a specialized tool called a Choi implanter pen. These follicles are then directly implanted into the recipient area at a specific angle and depth to mimic natural hair growth. The entire process is meticulously performed to ensure precise placement and optimal hair density.

Healing Process After DHI

Following DHI, patients can expect some mild swelling and redness in the recipient area, which typically subsides within a few days. The implanted hair follicles may shed within the first few weeks before new hair growth begins. Patients are advised to follow post-operative care instructions provided by the surgeon to promote proper healing and hair growth.


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Frequently Asked Questions about DHI

Is the Result of the Procedure Permanent?

The results of DHI are intended to be permanent, as the transplanted hair follicles are resistant to hair loss. However, individual factors such as ongoing hair loss and aging may affect the overall appearance of the hair over time.

Is It Very Painful After the Procedure?

Patients may experience mild discomfort or soreness in the donor and recipient areas, which can be managed with prescribed pain medication. The minimally invasive nature of DHI typically results in a relatively comfortable recovery process.

How long does the procedure take?

The duration of DHI can vary depending on the extent of hair loss and the number of follicles to be transplanted. On average, DHI sessions may range from a few hours to a full day, depending on the individual's specific needs.

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