Injecting the roots taken by the FUE method into the skin by means of a pen is called the Pen method (Implanter Pen Technique) or DHI (Direct Hair Implantation). This method has a more painless and faster recovery process.

The roots taken by the Fue method are placed in the pens. The doctor adjusts the depth, direction, and angle of the pens before injecting the root into the skin. After the needle is retracted, the root remains under the skin.

With pencils thinner than 1 millimeter, it is possible to transplant without cutting any hair and between the areas where the hair is less or between the beard and mustache areas without leaving any mark or divot.


In the classical transplanting method, channels are opened to the scalp with a blade or needle. Roots are placed in channels opened with special tweezers. Largely opened cause marks that can be noticed during the recovery period. This distorts the natural appearance and makes hair transplant visible.


  • In pen method, hair transplant can be applied more densely since pen tips are thin.
  • Hair transplanted with a pen is easily angled. This makes the appearance extremely natural.
  • Hair transplanted with a pen is easily angled. This makes the appearance extremely natural.
  • There is no requirement to open a channel in the pen method. Therefore, existing hair is not damaged.
  • Since there is no need to open channels, bleeding occurs less and the healing occurs more quickly. Therefore, no scarring occurs on the bottom of the hair.
  • There is no necessity such as cutting the hair in the area to be transplanted.
  • Tissues remain viable.
  • Less damage occurs when transferring roots.
  • The maximum possible density and natural appearance is obtained.
  • Shock and trauma that may happen in the tissue occurs less.


  • Hair transplant
  • Beard transplant
  • Moustache transplant
  • Eyebrow transplant
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