is hair transplant surgery painful

Are Hair Transplants Painful?

A Hair Transplant procedure would be comfortable if it is carried out by a skilled surgeon​

Is hair transplant surgery painful? Hair fall is becoming usual for a lot of people around the world and there are many remedies available to prevent hair fall. In case of untreated hair fall, severe problems may arise and baldness is the ultimate stage of untreated hair loss.


Hair transplant is the modern cosmetic method used in hair loss. There are several skilled surgeons around the world who are successful in hair transplantation. Hair transplant is a surgical process where the hair follicle from part of the scalp is transplanted to the bald areas to allow natural hair growth and Hair restoration.


Hair transplant surgery is much less painful now, than it was in earlier times when larger sections of scalp were excised. Older methods of scalp reduction, flap transfer have been replaced by ultra- refined follicular unit hair transplants. The procedure itself is rendered painless by administration of local anesthetics. The patient can go back home the same day. In the strip FUT method, pain killers are usually required for 5 to 6 days to reduce the pain due to stitches in the scalp.


Hair Transplantation Recovery 

After hair transplant surgery, your scalp may be very tender. You may need to take pain medications for several days. Your surgeon will have you wear a surgical dressing over the scalp for at least a day or two. Your surgeon may also prescribe antibiotic and anti-inflammatory drugs for some days.


Hair Transplantation Benefits 

Procedure conducted by Internationally trained Hair Specialists and Plastic Surgeons.

 Transplant maximum number of hair possible in one sitting. 

Latest techniques Follicular Unit Extraction (FUT & FUE methods)  

Permanent results. 


Hair transplant is the process of permanently restoring hair by transplanting new follicles into balding or thinning areas. Healthy follicles are taken from other areas of the body, most often the back or the sides of the head. This can be done by taking a single strip of hair or removing follicles individually. 


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