Threats of Hair Transplant-
Hair transplant is safe method and no single serious case has occurred till date at our center. Some of Hair transplant Post op may include following-
Thinning of Hairs-
This is a normal post-operative condition and the thickness comes back within a few months after surgery. Not Threatening.
Some hair transplant surgery may include some bleeding. Putting pressure on the area will usually stop the bleeding. In rare situations, the bleeding does not stop so it might be necessary for the surgeon to do some extra stitching to close the wounds. Not Threatening.
Very little pain involved with the actual hair transplant surgery. Most others take a mild pain reliever for a few days, and that seems to be enough for them. Not Threatening.
Itching to occur on areas affected by hair transplant surgery is common and does not last more than a few days. Using shampoo to wash your hair every day will helps with this problem to diminish. Not Threatning.
Hair transplant surgery experience swelling in the forehead and around the eyes. This lasts for only a few days with the worst being of it appearing on the fourth day. Special Hair Bands provided by Medispa subsides it. Not Threatening.
Patients typically report feeling numbness for several weeks after the surgery. This is only temporary. Not Threatening.
Only about 5 percent of the patients have this problem, but it can be troublesome if it lasts more than a few days as it can keep you from eating or sleeping properly. If this does occur, doctors have medications they can prescribe to help aide with this. Not Threatening.
Very rare, infections can also occur with hair transplant surgery. One reason they do not happen more often is that antibiotics are given before and after the procedure to prevent infections from even starting -. Not Threatening.
It appear in the areas where hair is being transplanted, also called the recipient areas, but they do not usually last more than a few weeks and are rarely more than the size of small pimples. Not Threatening.
If you have keloid scarring after hair transplant surgery, it is probably because you are genetically inclined to have it. Very infrequently, patients have scarring that takes the form of ridges. Trychophytic closures makes it invisible -Not Threatening.