The stages of hair growth after the transplantation process is an important topic for many people who are going to the hair transplant process, and they want to know all the details about the process and its stages.
There are many stages of hair growth after the transplant process that the patient’s hair goes through after the operation, including the following:
One of the most common side effects that the patient may notice after this period is suffering from puffiness or swelling, specifically in the areas of the eyes or forehead, abscesses may appear in the areas that have undergone hair transplantation.
At this stage, cracks and traces appear in the hair transplanted areas, which are caused by problem blisters in the vicinity of the transplanted hair, and they are eliminated within a week or two of the operation, and this is never a cause for concern.
This stage is considered one of the most prominent stages of hair growth after the transplantation process, during which the patient notices that his transplanted hair has begun to fall, and this loss stops and ends at the end of the first month of the operation.
Here the patient may notice that his transplanted hair is starting to thin, that is, it becomes less dense, and this is normal until the hair becomes stable in its place and exceeds the stage of stability and stability in the new area that underwent transplantation.
At this stage, it is noted that the transplanted hair begins to lighten and thin clearly in all the transplanted areas, and it may be noted that there are some grains and oils, due to the presence of hair under the skin.
At this stage, the transplanted hair begins to grow gradually.
It is noticed that all or some of the previous hair that was lost due to the trauma, begins to grow again.
Thus, we have provided you with everything you would like to know about the stages of hair growth after transplantation, and if you wish to conduct it, we advise you to go to Right Hair Center, one of the best medical centers in Turkey for hair transplantation.