Key Difference between DHI Technique and FUE Technique

by DHI India Hair Transplant Doctors/Clinics in Chennai

Making the right decision for hair transplant technique from the beginning is so important, to get a natural looking result and to protect the donor area from trauma. In the video given below, we explain the difference between DHI and FUE methods and why DHI stand far above the industry in terms of process, quality and results.

There are three techniques– FUT (Follicular Unit Transplant) and FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) and DHI (Direct Hair Implantation). FUT is a highly surgical process where a strip of skin is cut from the back of head, to harvest hairs. FUE is a newer technology, which was pioneered by DHI Group in 2002, in which follicles are extracted one-by-one without much scarring.

DHI is a far superior version of FUE with high-precision instruments, least graft handling and follow strict protocols. Follicles are extracted one by one from the donor area with a disposable tool designed specifically for DHI, with a diameter of 1mm or less. The extracted follicles are collected and stored at a specific temperature, in a special solution that stimulates their growth after being implanted. With the exclusive patented tool “The DHI Implanter”, each follicle is implanted one by one with the right direction, depth and angle according to the affected area allowing 100% Natural Results.

44% of all doctors still perform FUT, with most FUT surgeries being conducted in developing markets such as Asia. Just 20% of all FUE surgeries are done by hand, like 80% doctors prefer using motorized punches or robotics for extraction leading to damaged donor areas and poor results.

DHI Kolkata is one of the premium clinics for getting hair transplant.

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