Hair transplantation — sometimes called hair restoration — is an outpatient procedure that uses micrografting technology to donate your own hair follicles to other areas of your scalp that are thinning. The results of a hair transplant are visibly long-lasting and are considered to be permanent.
How long do hair transplants last for?
Most people report significant changes in hair growth after about half a year. The complete results of the procedure are almost always visible fully after one year. Modern hair transplants are safe, natural, and permanent.
Can transplanted hair fall out?
As long as the hair is immediately transplanted from the donor area to the recipient or bald area, it can take up to one year to 18 months for the hair to grow, thicken, and fully mature. After the hair transplant is implanted, the hair will fall out in 4 to 6 weeks after the hair transplant.
Which age is best for hair transplant?
Although hair transplants can be carried out on anyone above the age of 18, it is advisable not to have a transplant until the age of 25+. Younger men may not be the best candidates since their hair loss pattern may not yet fully be determined.
What are the disadvantages of hair transplant?
What are the complications associated with a hair transplant?
- swelling of the scalp.
- bruising around the eyes.
- a crust that forms on the areas of the scalp where hair was removed or implanted.
- numbness or lack of sensation on the treated areas of the scalp.
Is 50 too old for hair transplant?
There is no maximum age limit on getting a transplant, and after the age of 25, FUE Hair Transplants can be performed on a patient of any age. As long as the donor area is in good condition and healthy hair follicles can be harvested, the transplant can go ahead.