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DHI hair transplant
For whom is this procedure suitable?
- Men whose hair loss is caused by male pattern baldness
- Men classified as Norwood Class 3 or higher
- Men who want to make their hair thicker
- Men who want a beard transplant
After hair transplant
Hair transplant surgery does not typically require strong sedation, but if you’ve been given a sedative, it’s best not to drive under its influence.
DO have someone drive you home after your procedure.
Your newly implanted hair grafts. They are still fragile and need a bit of nurturing to fully take root. When you’ve just come home after a hair transplant, you want to make sure you know how to take care of the most precious of goods:
Duration of treatment
6 to 8 hours _
Possible risks and side effects
- Swelling and bruising
- Numbness or loss of sensation in the operated areas
- Inflammation or infection of hair follicles (folliculitis)
Patients can expect new hair growth within a month, but then their growth may stop. New growth starts again 3-4 months after the procedure, an obvious difference is observed after 6 months, and full results become visible from 9 months to a year.
Success rate: 97%
Alternative Hair Transplant Methods
- Follicular Unit Transplant (PFU)
- Follicular Unit Extraction (EFF)
- Stem Cell Transplant
What should be avoided before surgery?
- You must stop taking aspirin and other anticoagulants 1 week before surgery.
- If you have an allergy to any drug, you must tell your surgeon.
- Smoking is prohibited at least 24 hours before surgery.
- Drinking alcoholic beverages is not allowed at least 24 hours before the operation. This may affect anesthesia.
- If you are using medicines for chronic (diabetes, heart disease, etc.) or acute illnesses, you must tell your surgeon.
- You may feel pain or soreness after the procedure is completed. However, your surgeon will prescribe pain medication to relieve this pain and discomfort.