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How Should I Take Care of My Hair Transplant?

hair transplant care Following your hair transplant procedure, you will notice tenderness on your scalp and may need pain medication for a few days. It’s normal to have your scalp bandaged for at least one or two days. An antibiotic may be prescribed or a drug to combat inflammation. Getting back to work usually takes no more than... Continue Reading

After Your Hair Transplant, Use Sunscreen

Sunscreen is important for protecting newly transplanted hair follicles. Following your hair transplant, the surface of your scalp will be very sensitive. So it will also be more vulnerable to the effects of sunlight. UV rays from the sun can have a detrimental impact on your skin. It’s possible for not only the surface of your scalp to be affected, but also the hair... Continue Reading

Hair Restoration: New Hair DOs and DON’Ts

After hair transplant, follow these new hair dos and don'ts for best results. Newly transplanted hair usually falls out within the first few weeks after surgery. New, permanent hairs will begin to grow after three to six months and should give your head a fuller look over the following several months. Typically, the new hair will grow at a rate of half-an-inch per month. It’s important to remember... Continue Reading