FUT Technique

This technique, which began to be used quite frequently in the early 2000s, is performed by cutting and removing the skin layer where the hair follicles are located from the nape of the neck. The excised skin is divided into sections containing different numbers of hair follicles. After separation, the skin with follicles is stitched to the bald areas using a special technique.

Then the scalp is stitched. While the hair transplantation process takes 3 hours, the recovery time is much longer. Its biggest disadvantage is that it leaves scars that are very visible on short hair. This technique began to be phased out when the more advanced FUE technique was developed and is rarely used today.

FUE technique

In the FUE method, hair follicles are removed one by one from the temples and hair transplantation is performed.

In FUE hair transplantation, there are no cuts or stitches, no scars occur and the patient recovers much faster. After hair transplantation, the patient can return to his social life within 10 days. It is one of the most preferred methods as it provides comfort and rapid recovery to patients.

DHI technique

The most important feature of hair transplantation performed with the DHI method is that it is performed without stitches, incisions and does not leave any scars.

In hair transplantation using the DHI technique, no channels are opened during the procedure. The removed grafts are much healthier as they are removed in a short time. In this method, hair follicles taken using a pencil are transplanted one by one and as close as possible.

Since the grafts taken from the donor area are transplanted one by one, it is easier to achieve a thicker appearance. The patient does not feel any pain during the procedure.

With the DHI method, healing occurs very quickly and thicker, more natural-looking hair is obtained.

Robotic hair transplantation

In robotic hair transplantation, roots are collected by a specially designed computer called a “robot”.

Before the hair transplantation procedure, the smart computer also creates a personalized hair design. The patient’s photographs are uploaded to a computer specially designed for this purpose. How many hair follicles are needed for transplantation, the hairline and the patient’s post-transplant image are determined by the computer from these photographs.

Robotic hair transplantation follows the same steps as FUE hair transplantation, but the main difference here is that the operation is performed with the help of a robot.

Although robotic hair transplantation is a high-tech and fast method, the operation still needs to be performed under the supervision of a doctor.

Hyperbaric hair transplantation

Hyperbaric hair transplantation (HBOT) is performed using oxygen therapy. It is a treatment method that accelerates the healing process after transplantation and strengthens the hair follicles. 10 to 20 percent of the transplanted hair follicles cannot receive enough oxygen. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy method is important in the nutrition and development of transplanted hair follicles. As the amount of oxygen in the blood increases after hair transplantation, hair follicles become stronger and redness heals much faster. This method also ensures a high survival rate of transplanted hair.

Hyperbaric hair transplantation is performed in the same way as the FUE method, but after hair transplantation, the patient is given the opportunity to increase the oxygen level in the blood by breathing pure oxygen for a while. Oxygen therapy applied at regular intervals allows hair follicles to heal better.

Hyperbaric hair transplantation is very effective in reducing swelling that may occur on the forehead and face after transplantation, as well as in reducing swelling on the scalp. Additionally, this method reduces the likelihood of complications.