Are you worried about excessive hair loss which eventually leads to baldness? Thinking of undergoing hair transplant but due to common myths,you are not able to make the right choice.
Myth: The end result of the surgery is not satisfying
This is the foremost myth which is very common among people. They think the end result of the hair restoration will not be satisfying which is false. The surgeon will transplant the hair grafts in such a way which will end up looking natural. In fact, it will not be identified by the hairdresser or barber that you are having natural or transplanted hair.
Myth: FUT is a better method then FUE
The experienced surgeon will first check the condition of the patient and then suggest the best possible procedure i.e follicular unit extraction or follicular unit transplant. Sometimes the surgeon will end up suggesting both the methods to the patient to get the desired result.
Myth: The surgery is painful
The hair transplantation surgery is not painful because the patient is given anesthesia. The patient might feel some irritation rather than pain. In fact, the patient is allowed to go home back on the day of surgery and can resume his daily chores.
Myth: The surgery will give you an instant result
No, it is false because it will take time to show the results. The patient will start seeing the result after 6 to 8 post-surgery months and by the end of 12 months, he will see the desired results.
Myth: Lager grafts are having more density
Always remember the density of the hair grafts will be depending upon the number of hair grafts transplanted into the problematic area. The density is not measured on the basis of the size of the hair grafts. In fact, the qualified surgeon knows if he will transplant the larger hair grafts then it will end up showing unnatural hair.
Myth: Hair transplant is not meant for women
Hair transplantation is meant for both men and women depending upon the condition of their health and reason of hair loss. The surgeon will examine the patient and then he will decide whether the men or women should undergo the treatment or not.
Myth: The person should avoid washing hair after the surgery
The surgeon advised not to wash your hair for a few weeks post-surgery. But after the consent of your surgeon, you should start washing your hair. In fact, you should keep your scalp clean which will keep you from staying away from the infection.
Myth: The surgery might affect your brain
Hair transplantation surgery is done on the skin of the scalp. The surgery will not come in contact with any part of the brain.