10 common myths about hair transplants

If you are looking for a hair transplant, you can hear information about the procedure from many sources, and some of them are myths. To avoid getting sucked into these myths and not getting the full story, here are 10 Myths You Might Hear About Hair Transplants.

  1. Hair transplants are expensive.

Hair transplants are not expensive considering the long term benefits. Once you have received a hair transplant it is permanent and you will benefit from hair regrowth for the rest of your life. It turns out that a hair transplant can be cheaper than taking drugs for years to try to hold back and grow back hair.

  1. It is easy to tell if someone has had a transplant.

Maybe it was true that it was easy to tell if anyone had put in pens in recent years. With the new techniques, it is very difficult to tell if someone had one or not.

  1. A hair transplant is not permanent.

A transplant is a permanent surgical procedure that will last the rest of your life. It is as permanent as the hair on the sides and back of the head that is transplanted.

  1. It is best to do this when your baldness begins.

Research has shown that it is best to wait for a pattern to develop so that doctors can better identify which hairs are most likely to be transplanted.

  1. A transplant is painful.

All operations are painful. Fortunately, recent advances in surgical technology have significantly reduced the pain associated with hair transplantation.

  1. Anyone Can.

Not everyone is a good candidate for a hair transplant. First of all, you need an acceptable hair donor area where enough hair can be transplanted. Second, you must have a healthy scalp.

  1. A transplant is reversible.

A hair transplant is not reversible without a lot of surgery and why should you want to cancel it? Take off your beautiful hair? You don’t have to worry about your hair disappearing. He’s here to stay.

  1. The hair of another can be used during the transplant.

No, a hair transplant only transplants healthy hair from part of your scalp to the bald area. The hair continues to grow in his new home and you have healthy hair. Don’t worry about someone else’s scales.

  1. Hair transplants can fail.

The grafts do not fall out. Since it is a surgical procedure, hair transplants are surgically placed in such a way that they are permanent.

  1. Hair transplants require intensive care

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