What Should you Anticipate After a FUE Procedure?
You will have less pain and a shorter recovery time after a FUE hair transplant process in Toronto, as opposed to more conventional and antiquated transplant procedures in the past. In addition, there are no precise maintenance procedures that you will be obliged to adhere to. The next day, you may return to your usual schedule.
The tiny slits created by the deployment of the hair follicles in the donor region do not need any additional sutures to close them. They are just left to scab over the course of a few weeks. They will typically remain unobtrusive and unnoticeable to the naked eye after they have healed completely.
Hair Care & Styling Services
A very typical issue that we get from a large number of patients is how they might handle the newly transplanted hairs that have begun to grow in the once-balding region of the scalp after they have had hair transplantation.
Patients who are contemplating hair loss therapy often have a certain appearance in mind as one of the primary driving reasons for seeking treatment. After having a hair transplant, most individuals find it enjoyable to experiment with different hairstyles and have the freedom to style their hair as they like.
After undergoing a hair transplant procedure at Nova Medical Hair Transplant in Toronto, patients are given post-operative instructions that outline how they should care for the transplant region during the first week after the treatment. For example, a patient should refrain from rubbing the transplanted region for the first 7 to 10 days after the procedure since this is the most critical period for the transplanted follicles to establish root in the recipient site. This includes refraining from using direct shower pressure on the affected region, as well as combing or blow drying your hair for the first week after the procedure.
Patients should give their scalp and new hair time to heal and grow after a hair transplant procedure. Although it is understandable that patients want to start styling their new hair as soon as they can, it is critical that they give their scalp and new hair time to heal and grow after the procedure. To avoid using new styles and styling products immediately after the first, wait at least several weeks, and preferably many months.
Why? Typically, hair that has been transplanted will begin to fall out shortly after surgery, typically within the first month. New, permanent hairs will begin to appear anywhere from three months to six months or more after being removed, and they will grow at a pace of half an inch per month for the first three months.
The implication of this is that you must be patient while new hair begins to come in. It is not going to happen overnight, but it will happen if you allow it to happen. Make an effort not to hurry it.