Everybody desires for natural looking hair that is free from problems of hair loss. Permanent hair transplant provides you an opportunity to get the hair you always wanted to. Permanent hair transplant may require many hours of work by a team of professionals. Some of the longest procedures may take hours of surgery and during that time, many highly trained technicians and nurses will play a part in the process of permanent hair transplant. The permanent hair transplant work must be planned competently so that the total length of the permanent hair transplant procedure for the patient will be minimized. On average, a permanent hair transplant procedure of one thousand five hundred grafts would last about six hours. The permanent hair transplant procedure is safe and simple in the hands of the experienced staff. The staff recommends that a friend or loved one drive you home after the permanent hair transplant. In most cases, after permanent hair transplant patients will leave the office without even a bandage. A baseball cap works well to hide the graft implanted area for the first few days.
Whether you need more than one permanent hair transplant will depend on the degree of your hair loss and the number of implants per surgery. It takes about four months to see the new growth after permanent hair transplant. That is a good time to return for further assessment to see if more sittings are indicated. Although there may be some redness and swelling for a few days following your permanent hair transplant procedure, it is generally not very obvious. Existing hair, if feasible, may be combed over the grafted area to conceal them while they are healing. Permanent hair transplant technicians today use a variety of techniques that shift one to two to three hairs maximum from the donor area to the recipient area. By implementing these techniques, your new hair will look and feel natural and no one will know the difference unless you tell them. Medical conditions that could cause problems during or after permanent hair transplant surgery, such as uncontrolled high blood pressure, blood-clotting problems or the predisposition to form excessive scars, should also be checked by your doctor. Be sure to tell your permanent hair transplant surgeon if you smoke or are taking any drugs or medications, especially aspirin or other drugs that affect clotting.