DHI stands for "Direct Hair Implantation." Grafts are collected using a medical pencil called Choi, which should only be used by specialists, and the hair obtained with this pen is then placed directly on the skin without opening an incision or channel.
The hair for the DHI method is taken from the back of the nape or ear. Planting is done with special pencils prior to the opening of canals in the planting area. Patients benefit from the DHI method because it produces rapid and natural results.
After Your Hair Transplant with DHI Method
Healing is much faster than with the traditional FUE technique The planting crust stage begins after five to six days. After 3 months, new hair begins to grow. It takes a year to achieve the desired outcome.