Here are a few questions you will want to consider:
- How long have you been losing your hair?
- Are you comfortable with the length of time after hair transplant surgery it takes hair to regrow?
- Are you open to discussing your hair loss? One on One? With family members?
- Have you researched the hair transplant procedure?
- Have you talked to a hair transplant specialist?
Don’t rush into any surgery. But take the time to educate yourself on what is involved in the hair transplant and restoration process. The only bad question is the one you don’t ask a professional. We are here to help and educate, not convince you. The choice is yours but you aren’t alone. Join the millions enjoying a renewed sense of self. We can help!
Activity should be restricted during the first 24 hours after the procedure, and strenuous exercise should be avoided for five to seven days. Alcohol, aspirin, aspirin-like medications, and vitamin E must be avoided for two days.
Additional and detailed instructions will be given at the pre-op session with a Grow Your Hair Back™ nurse or hair loss clinic consultant, and, at the post-op session with a Grow Your Hair Back™ hair transplant physician.
Hair Transplant Surgery: Follow Up
In approximately four to six weeks, the graft hairs will begin to fall out, however the dormant follicles will remain. It will be about three to five months but you will have new hairs will appear and grow at the normal rate of about 1 cm per month. The new hair growth could be delayed if further hair transplant sessions are done. It may be recommended that you have hair hygiene treatments that can stimulate hair growth.