Imagine dealing with hair loss and baldness problems over the years. You searched for a solution to these problems for years and started to consider one of hair transplant treatments, such as FUT—Follicular Unit Transplantation, or FUE—Follicular Unit Extraction.
You decided on one of the methods used in hair transplant, and you visited the doctors. Then you started the treatment processes which require patient and stability. You also paid hundreds of thousands of dollars for each hair follicle. But, in the end, you get nothing and you started to think about what happened, and when did it wrong. Let’s answer these questions for you; your body rejected the hair transplant treatment.
There can be multiple reasons your body may reject hair transplant treatments.
- Surgeons who have a lack of experience in hair transplant treatment can lead to failed hair transplantation. Hair transplantation methods, like FUE or DHI, are meticulous procedures that require attention. If your inexperienced surgeon performed the hair transplant, extracted grafts may not take place properly, and it will lead to the procedure to fail.
- The failure of the hair transplant procedure not only depends on your surgeon but also depends on you. If you will insufficient post-operative care to your hair transplanted area it will lead to a rejected hair transplant. You need to follow instructions carefully that will be given by your surgeon.
- Yes, a hair transplant can change your life, and it has a minimum failure risk. But, you should always remember that hair transplant surgery is not for everyone. Not everyone can be a good candidate for hair transplant treatments.
All in all, there is always a possibility that you can fail in a hair transplant treatment. Before you decide the undergo hair transplant treatment, first you should find an experienced surgeon, and then you should decide whether you are a good candidate for a hair transplant. And the last thing you need to take care of yourselves after the procedure that meant you should do your post-operative care carefully.