What Happens After Hair Transplantation?
Hair Transplantation is a relatively minor with no serious complications. Certainly many patients suffer from pressure and some pain in the donation area, which may last for two or three days. You will be prescribed painkillers that could be taken when necessary. We advise you to use wet wipes, bandages or spray, sleep on your back to prevent friction in the treated area as well as any unwanted swelling.
A crust layer may form and will naturally disappear within 5 to 15 days. External hair shafts will start falling in the first month; the root is still there and will produce new hairs. Experts for Hair Transplantation recommend the use certain of Dermatch, Toppik or Couvre, as well as other products that you will receive free of charge. Attention should be paid to the recipient area as the follicles are still sensitive.
Occasionally, there may be some inflammation around the newly implanted hair follicle, which will heal on its own. Tiny scars are natural; it usually takes a coupled of months for them to disappear.
There are some patients who have a slight edema or swelling in the front. It goes away within 3-4 days at most. Some patients feel slight numbness above the donor area, which is quite normal and will gradually over several months.