Q1 : How long will I need to be admitted?
A1 : You may be discharged right after surgery. You need to come back the following day for hair and scalp hygiene, three days after for check up, and a week after for stitch removal.
Q2 : Will I be asleep during the procedure?
A2 : Hair transplant is done using local anesthesia with sedation so you will be awake and relaxed.
Q3 : Will the results be permanent?
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Take the first step and contact us through our no-cost virtual consultation. During this process, we will recommend options that will work best for you. Every client is different, so our virtual consultants and surgeons tailor the procedure to match each person’s needs.
Now, hair transplant physicians can work with different techniques to uproot and transplant large numbers of hair follicles called follicular units.
There are two main techniques currently in use for hair transplantation. The FUE, Follicular Unit Extraction; and the FUT, Follicular Unit Transplantation techniques.
They vary mainly in the manner hair follicles are uprooted from the donor area.
How do I prepare for the procedure?
Your surgeon, through our virtual consultation, will provide you with a list of instructions on what to do before your procedure.
These will cover such areas as smoking, medications, what to bring with you to the hospital and when to have your last meal before surgery.
Causes of Hair Loss
Male pattern baldness, also known as androgenetic alopecia, is the most common cause of hair loss and thinning.
Before and After Photos
Q1 : Will the procedure hurt?
A1 : Topical anesthesia is applied on the skin and allowed to take effect for about an hour before starting hair removal. This effectively keeps you from feeling pain.
Q2 : What do I need to do after treatment?
A2 : Apply cold compress during the first 24 hours. Avoid sun exposure. Do not use deodorant, or medicinal creams or anything except water to clean the area for two days. Gently pat dry after washing. Avoid rubbing the area for a week.
Q1 : Will I be asleep during surgery?
A1 : The anesthesiologist will administer general anesthesia to keep you asleep and pain-free during surgery.
Q2 : What could go wrong?
A2 : Some risks of surgery include bleeding, adverse response to anesthesia, infection, delayed healing, asymmetry, nerve injury, unfavorable scarring, sub-optimal aesthetic result, difficulty in passage of urine after phalloplasty, and need for revision surgery.
Q3 : How should I prepare myself for surgery?