What Happens Before, During And After Hair Transplant?

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What Happens Before, During And After Hair Transplant?

BEFORE: With Nu/Hart Hair Restoration Philippines, your individual hair restoration plan will be mapped out during your first visit after the hair transplant surgeon makes an assessment of your condition. Your scalp will be scanned to look for the number of follicles you will need and the type of hair loss treatment which will best suit your needs.

Most local clinics in the Philippines own a rich volume of before and after pictures of hair transplant but are not allowed to show these publicly due to Ministry of Health’s tight regulation on private clinics. Hence what you need to rely on is the experience of the surgeon, the number of patients he has treated and the medical proof behind the hair loss treatment you are being advised on. The surgeon is highly trained with more than a decade of collective experience at the helm of the aesthetic industry and the only treatments utilized are medically and clinically tested ones.

Men typically do not stress too much when they gain weight or get wrinkles on the face. However, the majority of guys generally consider hair fall troubles as one of the most frightening signs of ageing. Hair thinning is a frustrating physical change for all men and women too.

No matter if you are totally hairless at 30 or 65 years of age, thinning hair is certainly a debilitating experience for everyone… Which is why you need to seek medically proven treatments and not waste time, effort, energy and money on strange herbal “treatments”, shampoos, oils or massages.

DURING: Hair transplant occurs under local anesthesia, you may also be given sedation to completely relax yourself. Some people prefer not to be sedated and continue on reading either a book or watching a movie during the entire procedure.
The nature of “pain” involved is very minimal. Hair from either the back or side of your head will act as the “donor” area and will be transplanted into recipient areas which are bald, on the top and front of your head. Note that the length of time required to complete the entire procedure depends on how many hair you require to cover up your bald spots.

AFTER: Once your procedure is completed, you will need to put on dressings over areas which were involved in transplantation. This means the front and rear of your head. The purpose is to protect the treated areas and prevent and potential contamination or infection with the surroundings. The wound dressing can be removed within a few days once your follow-up visit to the clinic is completed.

During the follow up visit your dressings will be taken out and then your scalp will be cleaned. After, an assessment of the procedure will be made to ensure that your scalp is and the hair transplanted is healthy and everything is completely normal.
Following this, the surgeon will give you another follow up date to ensure that your hair is growing normally.

Within 3 to 6 months you can expect that the hair transplanted will resume growing normally and appear as natural as the rest of your hair. You may have already decided to style, cut and comb it as you wish.

Visit www.nuhartclinic.com.ph for more information and to book a free consultation.

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