Hair Transplantation

Hair transplantation is the process of removing the strong hair follicles from donor areas and transferring them to bald or hair loss areas. Hair transplantation applied as a microsurgical procedure in hospital conditions; It is a permanent and effective solution in the treatment of hair loss. The donor areas used are the back of the head, beard and chest.

There are basically 3 methods used in hair transplantation;

  1. Follicular Unit Transfer (FUT)
  2. Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE)
  3. Direct Hair Implantation (DHI)

1. FUT:

The scalp behind the head is cut out in the form of a leather band. Follicular units / grafts are examined under a microscope and separated and made ready for planting. This technique, which leaves an incision behind the head and has a longer recovery period, is now replaced by the FUE technique.

2. FUE:

FUE, which is the gold standard in hair transplantation operations, is based on taking the follicular units / grafts one by one without making any incision.

This technique that provides healthy and natural hair is the most advanced and latest technique in hair transplantation operations. In the technique performed with local anesthesia or sedation procedure, pain and pain sensation are at minimum level.


  • Does not leave permanent marks behind the head
  • It is much more comfortable both during and after the operation
  • Recovery and return to normal life is fast.
  • Behind the head and other body areas can be used safely as a donor area.
  • The grafts obtained can be used in beard mustache and eyebrow transplantation besides hair transplantation.
  • When applied by well experienced and professional teams, the success rate is very high.

3. DHI:

It is the process of direct transfer of grafts obtained from donor areas to the area to be transplanted through a special implanter. Choi is also called the pen technique because it is performed with the implant pen. Successful and permanent results are obtained in appropriate patients.


  • No need to shave hair
  • The grafts stay alive because they stay shorter outside the tissue
  • Bleeding is less


  • It's a more expensive method
  • Processing time is longer and several repetitive sessions may be required.