PERCUTANEOUS TECHNIQUE is a technique in which the hair follicles taken from the donor area in the neck are placed into round holes drilled with fine needles, and not into lateral cuts. This helps to achieve the most natural hair vision with correct angle and correct density (root frequency in cm²). In hair transplantation operations, no scars are left in the areas where the roots are extracted or in which these are implanted by the percutaneous sowing technique. In the Percutaneous Technique, 40-45-50 roots can be implanted per cm². Especially in the anterior hairline, the angles must be natural and distributed uniformly, while the number of hair per cm2 should be kept high when determining the density. The success of the hair transplantation result is proportional to the correct application of these procedures. A successful hair transplantation is only possible with the full efficient use of the hair follicles gained from the donor area.