FUE Technique

Hairy area between your two ears on the back of your head is immune to baldness due hormonal and disease-related conditions. This area where your hair is genetically preserved is the best hair-donating area. By FUE technique, up to 5000-6000 hair roots can be easily implanted.

The first phase of operation is a process of locally anesthetizing the back of your head where grafts will be taken. Due to local anesthesia, patients stay awake and they can watch TV, eat, drink and read but they do not feel pain.

During the second phase, hair roots are removed as follicular units by the help of tools specifically designed for this operation. In other words, hair roots are removed “one by one.” Removed with the utmost attention, hair roots are placed into a sterile petri dish. At the interval between hair removal and implanting, hair roots are kept in the petri dish with various solutions and medical liquids helping hair roots grow. At our clinic, PRP (platelet-rich plasma) and various hairgrow-stimulating medications are used for this process.

In the third phase, channels are opened in the recipient area. Directions and density of channels are the most important factors for the success of hair transplant. Small size of the channels enables the hair roots to fit perfectly. Directions of channels must be in the same line as the natural hair. When implanted with the wrong density and distribution, hair roots may cause a rebernative sight to the eye. In our clinic, this procedure is done meticulously. By looking at your previous photos and the structure of your skin, the appropriate angle is given to the channels. Another important issue at this stage is the determination of the front hairline. A well-drawn front hairline determines the success of a hair transplant operation. Because a poorly drawn front line can affect the appearance of the person negatively, as well as negatively affect his psychology in his future life. It also leads to a second session of hair transplant. The front hairline should be symmetrical and harmonious. It should be proportional to the face shape and anatomical structure of the person. In addition to these features, it should be determined in accordance with the way the hair is shed. In our clinic, this procedure is performed in the presence of scientific literature and by making aesthetic measurements.


In our clinic, the transplanted area is not covered after the operation. The bandage in the area where the hair is taken is removed under your control on the first day after transplant. After removing the bandage, there is no trace of the operation when viewed from the outside. Medicines that will help the area where the hair is taken to heal quickly and prevent the development of infection are prescribed and their use is explained. The transplanted hair starts to shed 3-4 weeks after the operation. The transplanted hair follicles continue to grow and emerge over time.