Did you know that 99% of hair transplant failures are associated with poor post-operative care? That’s right, a hair transplant is a sensitive cosmetic surgery in which individual hair follicles are extracted from your scalp and planted to the bald area. Your scalp is even highly sensitive to the tiniest cuts. So, you need to take the best care of your transplanted hair during your recovery procedure. Hair wash after a hair transplant is the most important issue when it comes to taking care of the wounded scalp.
In medical practice, particularly aesthetic practice, it is all too easy to place blame on others. And if you’re aware that you’re to blame for your unsuccessful hair transplant, you simply blame your doctor. Hair transplant treatment instructions are provided by all surgeons. The most important step is to wash your hair. For the first 4-5 days after your hair transplantation operation, you are not required to wash your hair. Since your scalp is still vulnerable to external interactions, you must remain for a while to avoid infection. The worst thing that can happen to a hair transplant patient is infection or trauma. So, a full hair transplant failure or partial skin necrosis is possible.
How Long Does Hair Transplant Take To Heal?
It will take less than an hour for you to heal from your hair transplantation wounds. The length of time it takes to recover from a hair transplant is largely determined by the process used and how well you cared for your hair during the procedure.
You must adhere to your surgeon’s hair transplant treatment instructions. You can eat nutritious foods all of the time, and it’s always best to stick to a diet plan when recovering from a hair transplant.
It may take up to 9 months for you to fully heal, but this is due to your hair density rather than your wounds. You’ll notice that your hair density has been steadily rising over time.