The hair transplant timeline is one of the most questioned issues asked by hair transplant patients. If you consider getting a hair transplant procedure, you may wonder what will happen at which time. Here is a hair transplant timeline for you.
- Before you getting a hair transplant, you should see a doctor to decide what hair transplant procedure will be applied and how many graft you need.
- If you are eligible for the hair transplant procedure, you can get the hair transplant you want now.
- The day after the hair transplant surgery, your scalp seems typically pink with tiny scabs forming around the incisions. These hundreds of tiny graft incisions will heal within a week to 10 days.
- After ten days you will see the healing of the recipient area. Small red dots gradually begin to disappear.
- Two months following the surgery your donor area mostly heal and your wounds after surgey nearly undetectable.
- Four months after surgery, you’ll see growing tiny hairs on your recipient area. Generally between 4 and 7 months, you will continue to see new hair growth as the transplanted hair follicles begin to grow new hair. These new hairs will become thicker and fuller as they continue to grow during the first year.
- At the end of 14 months, your hair starts to grow thicker and bushy. In addition, the traces in the donor area are completely lost.
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