Stay in clinic: 3 days
Recovery: 10 days
Hair transplantation involves removing a band of hair-bearing scalp from a ‘‘donor site’’ around the scalp (the crown), which is then divided into tiny pieces to be relocated to a bald or thinning area. The transplanted hairs will not fall off as they are removed from an area where they have been genetically programmed to last for a lifetime.
You need blood tests.
Any medication containing aspirin should be avoided 10 days before the operation.
Is carried out in the operating theatre under local anesthesia with a sedative, under proper monitoring and the supervision of an anesthesia specialist.
The technique is safe as the patient’s own hair is used (auto-transplantation) to eliminate any rejection risks.
Duration totals 6 hours for the surgeon and 3 for the patient.
Swelling on may occur at the forehead and occasionnally the eyelids. Temporary numbing can also be experienced. Though complications are rare and rather exceptional when the surgery is performed as required, temporary cysts may appear requiring local antiseptic treatments.
The outcome is visible within 4 weeks, permanent within 6 weeks.
The results achieved are esthetically natural and effective making the procedure undetectable as any scars will be invisible. Your transplanted hair may be combed normally.
An infection of cooking hair is exceptional, its treatment will consist of the antibiotic catch.
Certain grafts do not take roots, that can concern to the maximum 10% of micro the grafts and those could easily be replaced at the time of the following meeting.
"It's been almost a year of operation and everything
went very well but still I have some mild discomfort at the
crown of insensitivity but is disappearing little by little,
just a matter of passing the time to recover completely.
After the operation my head was covered with hair healthy, strong and plentiful. I am very happy with the results. "
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