The existing hair is redistributed during a patient's hair transplant. The follicles from the back of the head, which are genetically programmed to grow for life, are taken out by the surgeon. After that, these graft are inserted into bald areas like the high forehead. At the new location, these groups of grafts grow. The treatment usually lasts for life and can be finished in one day.
How long does the procedure take?
Hair transplantation demands a lot of investment and exertion. The hair removal procedure effects the length of the procedure. The cutting edge FUE procedure with single hair evacuation takes significantly longer in comparison to the strip removal technique. The approximate duration of the whole procedure is between 6 to 8 hours.
How long after can I return to my regular life?
Approximately five days after your hair transplant, you can return to regular work. After the initial week is when there are fewer signs of surgery and the recipient area's hairs are less fragile. If you have the option, you should try to return to work within ten days of your hair transplant.