Hair loss and baldness can be a problem that affects not only our physical appearance but also our self-esteem and confidence. For this reason, those who have hair loss and baldness problems are looking for a solution to these problems. Although there are several methods, the hair transplant is the most preferred surgery and certain method to treat hair loss and baldness problems.
There are several techniques used in hair transplants, such as Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT), Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE), and Direct Hair Implementation (DHI). Usually, these methods are done with the same procedure. But they have differences in using techniques that getting grafts from healthy areas or implanting hair follicles technique to the recipient area.
People with hair loss and baldness problem can be confused about how the method should they prefer. There are some key points to help you choose which technique you should prefer. One of the key points that will help you is the healing process and healing time.
Since everyone’s body structure is different, there may be changes in recovery times. Since everyone’s body structure is different, there may be changes in recovery times. However, we encounter almost similar recovery times in hair transplantation.
Your scalp will be healed and scab-free by day 10 after FUT, FUE, or DHI hair transplant surgery. Generally, the new hairs will begin to grow through in the treated areas of the scalp after four months, continuing to thicken over the first 10 to 15 months. The full recovery of hair transplant treatment will take a little over a year.