What Are the Chances of a Hair Transplant Failing?
Hair transplant surgery is an effective way to restore hair loss, but there are risks involved. Learn about what can go wrong with a hair transplant and how to ensure successful results.Ernie Summitt23/03/231 minute 45, seconds read
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For most patients who have had a hair transplant, their hair will appear thinner for the first 3 months after the procedure and then it will start to grow slowly again, thicker and fuller. Some of the transplanted hair will fall out in the weeks after treatment, but will then grow back properly.
Hair graft loss after a hair transplant can be seen between 1 and 5 weeks after the procedure. Learn more about why this happens and how to address it.
Find out if your transplanted follicles will regrow after a FUE Hair Transplantation procedure and what factors come into play.
How many grafts will you need for your FUE hair transplant? It's not an easy question to answer, as it depends on your individual requirements. As a simple guide, you can expect hairline hair transplant surgery to require between 500 and 1800 grafts.