Hair transplantation is undoubtedly the most popular hair restoration procedure, but unfortunately it is suitable for very few women. On top of that, there are very few satisfactory alternatives. Acutely aware of this, we invested heavily in research and development to find a solution that would suit almost everyone and especially women who are in real despair. The result is Hairstetics.
Safe and minimally invasive, Hairstetics immediately provides a natural and pleasing aesthetics outcome without any social withdrawal. If you would like to learn more about the Hairstetics hair implantation procedure, visit our Hairstetics products page.
Following the hair transplantation procedure, small crusts form over the implantation sites and these take approximately 7-10 days to fall off. You will start to see hair growth at 3-4 months after surgery and this hair will initially be very fine.
As will all surgical procedures, there is a risk of complication and usually the more invasive the surgery, the greater the risk. Some of the risks associated with hair transplantation are listed below.
- Swelling: This is rare and usually occurs within 48 hours of surgery. It can include swelling to the forehead, however usually resolves itself in a few days or less.
- Bleeding: This may occur in the donor area straight after surgery.
- Pain: Discomfort in either the donor or recipient regions
- Numbness or tingling: This can last from weeks to months.
- Infection: This is usually – but not always – indicated by localised redness and pain.