WHAT SHOULD WE DO AFTER HAIR TRANSPLANTATION?
The most important process begins after the hair transplant process is completed. Attention and sensitivity in this process are of great importance from the hair growth process to its efficiency. The next day after the operation, the transplanted area and donor area are dressed. First of all, the dressing made on the day of the procedure is removed, cleaned in both areas, and after the blood circulation control, we send our patient off. The next day, the transplanted area and the donor area are washed by hosting it again. After explaining to the person how to wash their hair, the relevant part of our process is completed. After our patient washes his hair for 15 days as he was taught, on the 15th day, all scabs in the planting area are cleaned and our washing process is completed.
Afterwards, our patient will be able to continue his normal life and wash his hair as before, with the shampoo or soap he wishes. The transplanted hair will experience shedding by the 10th day, and this shedding phase can extend up to 1.5 months on average. The reason for this is that the hair part remaining outside is broken while the tissue with the channels opened during the process is recovering itself. However, since the root and tissue remain under the skin, this certainly does not pose a problem or danger, that is, it is completely expected. Then, after an average of 100 days, the growth phase of the transplanted hair will begin. However, at this stage, it is not right to expect a bang from the hair. Because the hair has a certain texture chain and the hair that can complete this chain will begin to grow and grow. While some hair can complete it in 3 months, some can complete it after 5 months and some after 1 year. However, in general, it takes about 1 - 1.5 years for all the transplanted hair to grow and grow. The transplanted hair will be completely natural in the case of correct canal technique, smooth angles and careful transplantation, and will not fall out in the absence of a serious health problem, impact, accident.