Hair transplantation is indeed a surgical procedure that offers a permanent solution to hair loss issues. The key stages involve the extraction of hair follicles from the donor area (usually the back of the scalp), preparation of the recipient area (bald or thinning sections), and implantation of the hair follicles into the recipient area.
Post-operation care is crucial to ensure the success of a hair transplant. For the first few days after the procedure, it's important to avoid any contact with the transplanted area. This area should be protected carefully for up to two weeks to allow the transplanted follicles to settle in.
After a rest period of 2-3 days, you can generally return to your regular activities. By the end of the first 10 days, including a control wash, your hair will likely appear as if you've had a short haircut, and any redness should have reduced by about 80%.
Remember, patience is key when it comes to hair transplants. While you may see some initial growth within a few months, the full results generally take about a year to manifest. This is because the transplanted hair follicles need time to adjust to their new location and start producing hair normally. Regular follow-ups with your surgeon are also important to monitor the progress and address any concerns you may have.
For personalized information regarding medical checkup or treatment in Turkey, individuals are advised to contact the MEDICAL HEALTH TURKİYE network office director in their country or submit a Request Form on the MEDICAL HEALTH TURKİYE website.