Top 7 Mistakes Hair Transplant Patients Do
Every day we see advertisements regarding protecting from hair loss. We see various lotions, shampoos and cures, but most of the advertised treatments do nothing. Many hair loss patients turn to hair restoration, and it seems “too good to be true”, which causes some hair loss sufferers to give up on the idea. In this article, we will look at the first seven mistakes hair transplant patients make.
At Cyber Hairsure Clinics in Hyderabad City, we are proud to offer hair transplants because we believe that people of all ages should be proud of their hair. However, it is essential to know what to avoid while going for hair transplant treatment. Read on to find out everything you need to know about proper post-treatment care.
Mistake # 1 Rushing into hair transplant
Undoubtedly, the most significant mistake patients make is having hair transplant surgery without proper research. This is a common problem and occurs when the patient is young and impressionable. Many clinics unethically persecute patients trying to solve their hair loss problem and want to believe in what they are told and sold. Unfortunately, as the saying goes, “If it’s too good to be true, it probably is,” patient donors are a limited resource that requires a long-term strategy and, in some cases, a conservative approach. Unfortunately, this is not what many young patients want to hear, but what is best for them in the long term. Also, patients should be disgusted by the surgeon or clinic wishing to operate on the same day as their consultation. This is a bad sign, and patients should consult their doctor/clinic thoroughly before agreeing to undergo hair restoration surgery.
First, don’t spoil the rest of your hair.
Androgenetic alopecia, also known as baldness, is the main reason men come to see us in Hyderabad for hair transplants. However, there are several other causes of hair loss that can be ignored. In women, in particular, traction alopecia caused by tight braids and the additional constant pressure on the hair can lead to follicle damage and permanent baldness. If you notice the hairline is thinning or plucking, the first thing to do is reduce the scalp pressure and avoid pulling any more hairs. Contact the clinic immediately before losing all hair for treatment.
Don’t miss the research.
Hair transplants are a significant financial investment. It is advisable to ask questions about doctors specific training, certifications, and experiences. The surgical facility where the proposed treatment is performed must be fully accredited, complete and safe. You should be able to see excellent results records with your surgeon. You can have all the information you need to make sure you are well informed before proceeding. Take your time – it’s a great solution, and you’ll want to get it right, so you’ll love the results.
Don’t wait too long for evaluation.
Some of the more effective hair restoration options require active follicles to function.
Even though your hair and follicles are shrinking, it is better to consult a professional for a physical exam and planning earlier than later. This does not mean that your first step is a transplant procedure, but early intervention can ultimately make your transplant successful.
Many of the nighttime commercials we see on TV only feature men and women with thick curls who never seem to have had androgenic alopecia (genetic hair loss). The truth is that most of these so-called “patients” are paid actors who have never had a hair transplant or even suffered from hair loss. These commercial hair restoration clinics are outnumbered and rely primarily on marketing and advertising to attract customers rather than rely on reputation and results. These types of clinics are very technology-driven, and in some cases, do not even have a doctor who specializes in hair restoration in place. This is why it is essential for hair loss sufferers interested in hair transplants to be part of a legitimate hair loss forum with actual patients and recommendations.
Improper management of the history of hair growth
Many hair transplant patients fail to understand that hair restoration is a process that requires a little trust and patience. Usually, most patients don’t see growth until 3-4 months after surgery, and even the growth is small, and there is almost no cosmetic difference. In some cases, the patient may not see noticeable growth until the 5th or 6th month, and even that growth may not make much of a difference. It is essential to understand that not every patient grows at the same rate. After 12 months, most patients had grown all of the transplanted hair, but some patients could develop new hair for up to 18 months. Also, hair follicles usually mature to their total diameter in hair bundles about 18 months after surgery.
Don’t ignore the credentials to save money.
Travelling abroad for plastic surgery and hair transplant purposes have become a common thing these days. Everyone prefers to save money when they can, and the low prices for new hair can be tempting, but this is one area where corner trimming can be disastrous. Finding a qualified and experienced professional means paying more to start your transformation, but the natural, planned results you expect are well worth the investment in the long run. The wrong transplant procedure can cause false scars or even waste the number of grafts you have. Think of your hair as a valuable asset and look only for your recovery is best in the business.
It doesn’t matter if your drastic hair loss is due to unfavourable genes, medications, age, stress, or other factors. Hair transplants can increase your self-esteem, happiness and self-esteem. However, there are some things you should avoid ensuring that your recovery is fast and comfortable and that the results of treatment are successful and satisfactory. To learn more about what to avoid before and after a hair transplant, hair transplant costs, and what to do, contact a professional doctor at Cyber Hairsure Clinics in Hyderabad City at 040 49540202 / 8331020202 today for your first consultation arrangement.