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There will likely be no visible change in the first two months. Though some people may shed more fine hairs than before. This is temporary and normal.
At this point, it may become noticeable that hair loss has slowed, stopped, or in some cases maybe even reversed. Take a photo to track your progress.
By now, hair loss may have considerably slowed or stopped, and some people may see signs of regrowth, usually at the crown of the head.
This depends on the number of hair required. On average, the treatment takes no more than a day to complete. However, when large numbers of hairs are required the patient can split the procedure across two days.
The new outline of the hair will be visible immediately, but it is normal for the transplanted hair to shed a few weeks after the procedure. New transplanted hair begins to grow at around 10 weeks.
After around 6 months, the results will be full and can be groomed, and in most cases, it can take a year to be fully grown. In the few months following hair surgery, before the new hair starts to row, there may be some shedding of the original hair so that the transplanted area may temporarily appear slightly thinner.
The cause and nature of hair loss will dictate whether the client is suitable for a procedure. It is quite possible that a person with extensive hair loss can achieve extremely good results after restoring hair. Clients can also go onto a hair loss prevention program.
Our surgeons will be able to measure hair loss to identify the best course of action.