FUE – Follicular Unit Extraction
One of the most popular hair transplant techniques used around the world, where grafts are extracted and implanted one at a time, and no strip of skin is removed. In this method, the implantation area is prepared by creating cuts and slits to store the donor grafts, which can cause swelling, bleeding, and in some cases, unnatural looking hair as a result. The FUE technique was developed as a means to achieve the same results of FUT, eliminating that method’s main disadvantages.
DHI – Direct Hair Implantation
An evolution of the FUE technique and recognized as the most advanced solution for hair loss: With the DHI method, hair grafts are manually extracted one by one, using a specially designed disposable tool that minimizes scalp trauma. Also, this tool allows surgeons to have total control over the angle, dimension, and depth of hair during implantation, ensuring natural-looking and high-density results with no scars. Since the DHI technique uses disposable needles and punches for each session, patients can feel completely safe during the procedure. The DHI method is minimally invasive, which lessens discomfort and increases the success rate of the implanted hair follicles. Normal activities can be resumed in just a few days after the procedure, and results become noticeable over the next few months as the cycle of hair growth begins.