Hair transplantation is a surgical operation that involves removing hair follicles from the nape of the neck to be reinserted in the area where alopecia or baldness occurs. The main objective is to improve the appearance produced by baldness, whose decision to perform it depends not only on the patient but also on the doctor, since certain variables such as sex, age and especially if the baldness process came to an end. If the final decision is positive, and you are concerned about the final results, and if it will have a natural appearance, we invite you to continue reading this article.
One of the frequent questions is if the hair will fall again. It is likely to fall again, but a small part is reversible, since the follicle interrupts its blood flow, but when the follicle is integrated the flow is restored. The result will be noticed within two or three months as the new hair begins to grow and gain more mass by the ninth month, a year or two the hair growth process is normalized and this is when the surgery is best appreciated.
The technology for hair transplantation has advanced and increasingly offers better results. These procedures are based on placing the follicle on the scalp in the same direction, to give naturalness to the hair and seek to reach an original distribution that corresponds to each patient, the density, the line of deployment are important aspects that are taken in account before the operation; where age and profile are also in consideration at the time of proceeding. The result of a surgery performed by a professional is to not have areas with alopecia and to look as natural as possible.
The procedure leaves imperceptible scars that in the end are hidden by the same hair, indistinctly if the technique FUT or FUE is applied; In both, the suture of the tricephalia method is used, which allows the hair to grow in the scar. It is important to comply with post-operative care such as washing the head two or three times a day once the bandage is removed, sleeping with the head held high, not drinking, not smoking, not carrying sun … among others.