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Are the results permanent?2019-09-28T13:13:02+00:00

Since the hair follicles that are transplanted to the balding areas are genetically resistant to going bald, they will continue to grow for a life time – just as if they had been left in the bald resistant donor area.

Does the hair transplant procedure hurt?2018-05-01T06:47:02+00:00

Most patients are pleasantly surprised by how minimal the discomfort from the surgical procedure is. At Plasmamedica we offer to all our patients our triple effect system to help make this procedure comfortable and virtually pain free which includes needle free anaesthesia with Comfort-In technology, local anaesthesia and Intravenous serum.

Will my transplanted hair look like my normal hair?2018-05-01T06:46:48+00:00

Yes, at plasmamedica we use the most advanced surgical techniques to ensure your hair transplant looks as natural as possible. When we transplant your donor hair into the recipient area we place each graft at an angle that mimics natural hair growth. As the hair we transplant is from your head once it starts to grow it will blend in naturally with the rest of your hair and will be almost undetectable.

Will my new hair fall out?2018-05-01T06:49:55+00:00

Once you’ve had your hair transplant it is normal for your hair to shed. You might notice some hair loss from the transplanted areas a few weeks after your treatment. This is a normal part of the hair transplant process and is nothing to worry about. After your hair has had an initial shedding it will grow back strong and healthy and remain in place.

Is it possible to do hair transplant on top of scars or burns?2019-09-09T07:26:02+00:00

Definitely, our expert hair restoration surgeons are specialised in helping such cases.

How long to wait in between hair transplants?2019-09-09T07:28:41+00:00

In severe cases a patient might require another hair transplant session. We believe waiting 8 -12 months after hair transplant surgery is optimal between procedures. The first and foremost reason is to give the scalp and its elasticity time to return. The second reason is if hair is being transplanted in the same area to add density to it, it’s good to let the first hair restoration procedure come to maturity.

Who will be performing each step of my hair transplantation?2019-09-09T07:28:02+00:00

All steps of the hair transplant surgery are performed under direct supervision of our qualified hair restoration surgeons.
While the hairline drawing step and the channel opening step are exclusively operated by the surgeon himself (as these are the most crucial steps), the other steps are done by the hair transplant experts under the surgeon’s direct supervision.

When can I have a bath and what are the things with which I should be careful?2018-04-16T10:41:04+00:00

This information will be told during the post-operative instructions session so that you will have not even a tiny little question mark in your head.

What is the recovery/healing time?2018-04-16T11:11:52+00:00

With today’s very refined micro hair transplantation procedure (FUE), the incisions are very small and less invasive than past procedures. This results in more rapid healing. Most patients feel fine within a day or two following surgery, although some numbness and mild soreness can be expected for several days following surgery.

Are hair transplants just for men?2018-05-01T06:53:05+00:00

No. Women can opt for a hair transplant too. If you’re a woman and suffering with significant hair loss the chances are we can help. A simple consultation with one of our hair loss specialists and we will be able to look into the cause of your hair loss, and help get you the coverage you always wanted.