DHI Method Eyebrow Transplant by experienced Team specialized in the field

The eyebrow hairs have also a growth phase and a resting phase like the hair on the scalp. In many cases, over plucking of the eyebrows, skin disorders (such as circular hair loss), Permanent Make-Up, chemotherapy etc. cause deformation or even loss of eyebrow hair. Eyebrow hairs that do not grow back can be replaced with transplanted hair.

The DHI Eyebrow Transplant (short for Direct Hair Implantation) describes an innovative and new technique of eyebrow transplantation, which enables easier eyebrow transplantation than FUE technique. By DHI Technique a CHOI Implanter is used, which is a pen-like device with a hollow needle at the tip of it, connected with a tube and a plunger. During DHI eyebrow transplant the grafts extracted from the donor region are first gently loaded inside the hollow needle of Choi implanter pen. Each graft is then transplanted directly into the desired area of the eyebrows. The Choi pen is inserted at an appropriate angle into the eyebrow area and implants the follicle by pressing down on the plunger. The direction of each transplanted graft can be easily adjusted with the patient’s own hair angle. Depending on the type and thickness of the patient’s hair follicle, there are CHOI pens that vary in size. Various Choi pens can be used during the eyebrow transplant.

DHI CHOI PEN or Sapphire FUE Technique

By FUE eyebrow transplant, the channels should be opened first. Very small cutters are used to open the channels. Then the grafts are inserted into these opened channels using a tool called a pen set. The number of channels is same as the number of grafts planned to be transplanted.
With the DHI eyebrow transplant, the channel opening and the eyebrow transplant are carried out at the same time thanks to the CHOI pen.

By FUE eyebrow transplant, these channels must be slightly larger than the grafts so that the hair follicles (grafts) can be placed in these channels. For comparison, the channels opened by DHI technique are the same size as grafts; because the CHOI Implanter opens the channel and put the grafts inside the eyebrow area at the same time which means smaller channels than Sapphire FUE are opened by DHI Technique. That is why there is no loss of space with DHI CHOI PEN and a higher hair density can be achieved than Sapphire FUE eyebrow transplant. The FUE method can add 45 to 60 grafts per square centimeter, while DHI can achieve 80 to 90 grafts per square centimeter.

DHI eyebrow transplant is less aggressive than sapphire FUE eyebrow transplant.

DHI Further advantages of the DHI CHOI PEN eyebrow transplant

Without shaving: With DHI eyebrow transplant the operation can be performed without shaving the eyebrows. Since there is no channel opening needed, it is enough shaving only a small part of the donor area before surgery.

Transplantation on the hairy area: The CHOI PEN Implanter used can open smaller channels and hair can be implanted without any problem and without damaging the natural eyebrow hair.

More natural transplanting: DHI method is the most suitable option for eyebrow transplant. The direction of each hair follicle can be conveniently linked to patient’s own eyebrows. In this way, a more natural image can be obtained on the eyebrow area. This achieves an aesthetically optimized and natural-looking result.

With the DHI CHOI PEN method, the hair follicles have better survival rates.

Faster recovery: The channels, which are as large as the grafts, allow healing to be achieved in less time.

Minimal scarring occurs because DHI Technique is less aggressive than Sapphire FUE.

– The patient experiences less bleeding during the operation and there is less swelling after the operation so that the patient can quickly return to his daily routine.

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