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Posted on : December 14, 2017 | Category : All | Author: John Kahen
Hair transplant surgery removes hair follicles from the back and lower sides of the head, hair follicles are then transplanted to the affected areas. Both methods of transplant surgery: follicular unit extraction (FUE) and follicular unit transplantation (FUT), have a common question, “what happens after my hair transplant surgery?”
Every patient is unique therefore, we can see different results. However, the majority of our patients see hair regrowth within three to four months; with full results seen within nine months to one year. Hair regrowth can be sped up with the use of regrowth products such as our SmartPRP® (platelet-rich plasma), this can be injected at the time of surgery.
Yes, it is completely normal for the transplanted hair follicles to shed within a few weeks of surgery. Rest easy knowing the hair follicles will grow back to their full potential within three to four months.
Everyone heals in their own way as far as scarring goes. FUE and FUT hair transplantation will differ in appearance. Dr. Kahen is one of the best hair restoration doctors with over 11 years of dedicated experience within the hair restoration field. Patients have reported minimal scarring that is easily covered by the shortest of hairstyles. During your hair transplant surgery we’ll inject Dr. Kahen’s patent-pending technology, SmartPRP® this will aid in healing by speeding up the body's natural healing process.
Learn more about hair transplant surgery, please contact BHHR to schedule a consultation. We’re happy to answer any questions and we’ll create a customized treatment plan to reach your hair goals.