FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Where do you get hair that is implanted?
The most common is that it is removed from the side and back of the head, but can be extracted from other parts of the body where there is hair (back, chest, etc.).
How many follicular units do I need?
The number of follicular units is done individually in each person, since it depends on the extent of baldness, the thickness of the hair, the density of the donor area and the appropriate hair design.
Is the procedure painful?
Once the local anesthesia is applied, the patient will not have pain.
Do I have to stay hospitalized after surgery?
No, since it is an outpatient surgery and the patient does not require hospitalization.
Does surgery leave scars?
It depends on the technique used. In the case of the FUE technique, the extractions are individually so the scar is imperceptible, but in the case of the FUSS technique or strip, if there is a visible scar if the hair is too short, since a scar is removed scalp band from the back of the head.
In how many days can I return to my job?
A rest of 2 or 3 days after the intervention is recommended.
Can I wear a cap to cover myself after surgery?
It can be used from day 8 or 9 after transplantation.
When can I do sports?
It is recommended 15 days to a month depending on the case of the patient and the type of sport that is practiced.
How long does the hair that is implanted last?
The hair that is implanted lasts for a lifetime.
Does transplanted hair grow?
The transplanted hair will have the same growth as any other healthy hair.
How long do you see the results?
The definitive results are observed from 10 to 12 months.
Will I have pain after surgery?
In general there is no pain after surgery. But if you had, your doctor will tell you some common pain reliever to go away.
Can anyone have a transplant?
No, there are cases in which it is contraindicated, so every patient should always be evaluated individually by a professional expert in the field.