Color powders designed to blur thin areas of hair, hair extensions and bonding, synthetic and natural wigs, tattoos and other solutions - all of these failed to meet the needs of men suffering from baldness: natural and permanent hair. The pictures speak for themselves, as do the warm recommendations of the satisfied men who went through the process and are proud of it - method Hair transplant, which doesn't really need to be introduced to you, has succeeded where other methods have failed.
So one option available to you is to say goodbye to your hair and adapt to a look that is unfamiliar to you, and certainly not loved by you. A second option is to dare to make a dream come true - to transplant hair, and thus restore your abundant appearance and the confidence that was shaken. Until we meet, we are happy to share with you 5 things you must know about Hair transplants.
1. Pain - during and after the transplant
First, let's talk about the huge pink elephant in the room: pain andHair transplants. There are those who completely deny the issue of pain, those who are determined to perform hair transplant Stronger than their fears, and those for whom the pain simply does not concern or deter them. So does the hair transplant hurt? We will answer the question in 2 parts:
- During the hair transplant, you are not expected to feel pain - not dull and certainly not intense. The reason for this is quite simple: the process is performed under local anesthesia, so you can expect a pleasant and painless process.
- After the hair transplant, you are expected to feel "natural" pains that are part of the recovery process. The pain will accompany you for the first 4 days after the transplant, when there is the likelihood of a feeling of discomfort that will last for two more days.
2. The appearance of the new hair - synthetic or natural?
The final result is perhaps the thing that concerns the candidates for the hair transplant process more than anything else (and rightly so). So they the end result will look natural? The answer is yes of course, which is not really surprising, because the hair transplant is based on your natural hair. The natural look is undoubtedly one of the prominent advantages of the method, and not only because of the look. The feeling that Hair grows on your head Natural and permanent, enhances the feeling of security and comfort.
3. In a hurry to wear a hat? Wait a minute with that
There are people who like to wear hats, and those who have become accustomed to covering their scalp in order to disguise their thinning hair. About a week after the hair transplant, it is highly recommended not to cover your head with a hat or any other covering. The contact of a certain accessory with the follicles may lead to infections and the aim is of course to prevent them. And why do we mention this? Because it is important to understand that the success of the transplant depends not only on an efficient method and an experienced team, but also on the adoption of the relevant recommendations for the recovery period.
4. Hair transplantation and fitness training
If there is one thing on which there is a consensus, it is the recommendation to perform physical activity. Are you used to lifting weights three times a week and running four times a week? Physical activity is welcome, but please note: in the first days after the hair transplant, you should avoid any physical-sports activity, and any other activity that requires effort (even if it is part of your work). The motivation is to prevent sweating on the scalp as much as possible (especially increased sweating that comes from intense activity), as it may encourage the development of infections. So when will it be possible to train again? In most cases, 14 days later and only after an explicit recommendation has been given by the treating staff.
5. Drink to life in honor of the transplant, but with a glass of water
You can't give up a glass of wine with a good meal? Before and after hair transplantation, you should avoid consuming alcoholic beverages - of any type and with any alcohol percentage, as they may cause blood thinning. The recommendation of the experienced medical teams is to avoid drinking alcohol about seven days before the transplant day, and throughout the expected recovery period.