One of the most important researches about DHI hair transplantation is related to its effect on hair density. So, Does DHI Hair Transplant Affect The Intensity of Hair? In this part of our article, we will find the answer to this question and explain in detail the reason for the answer.
One of the most important advantages of the DHI hair transplantation method is definitely related to hair density. Therefore, we can tell you with peace of mind: Yes, DHI hair transplantation definitely affects hair density. So why does this happen?
Unlike other hair transplantation methods, the DHI hair transplantation method provides a higher density. The most important reason for this is the placement of hair follicles in the scalp.
In the DHI method, the surgeon does not cut the scalp in any way or create small holes in the scalp. With the help of a very thin, high-tech needle, the strands are placed one by one on the scalp, very close to each other. This allows more hair follicles to fit into the scalp. Therefore, the hair covers the entire scalp more intensely.
Let’s compare this method with other methods. For example, in the FUE hair transplantation method, hair follicles are inserted into small micro holes. Therefore, the number of hair follicles that can be placed is quite limited. In the strip-cut method, the hair follicle can be placed in a row only in the cut. Therefore, the number of hair follicles that can be used in this method is extremely limited. Unlike all these methods, the number of hair follicles that can be used in the DHI hair transplantation method is much higher.
Having hair very intensely after the hair transplantation process can be interpreted as having unnatural results for some people. But what is important that whether you have the image of your dreams. Everyone around you will get used to the image you will have over time. Therefore, it may actually make sense to choose a method that promises dense hair.