How much time does it take for the hair to grow totally? Should I cut my hair or is it not necessary? (Photos)
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It can take 6 to 12 months after surgery to see results. If you are concerned it is best to contact your doctor
It can take 6 to 12 months after surgery to see results. If you are concerned it is best to contact your doctor. Cutting your hair will not make a difference in how fast your hair grows.
How much time for growth?
Full results of a transplant typically take up to a year.You cannot replace all the hair that has been lost in one or even 2 procedures but you will get a very nice change in appearance and increase in density.I don't know how many grafts you had but perhaps the areas you mentioned received less grafts.You also want to do something to protect your untransplanted hair from thinning,such as Minoxidil,Propecia,Low Level Laser light,PRP(Platelet Rich Plasma).Wearing hats will not have an effect on the growth and you don't need to cut your hair(unless you want to) to improve growth of the grafts-that will happen through normal hair cycling.
9 months post up
We generally judge a hair transplant about 12 months afterwards for full growth. At nine months 80% is expected. Cellular therapy such as PRP can be a good idea if you are not getting the growth you expect.
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9 months post op
Due to the random cycle of hair growth, not all grafts will start growing at the same time. Initially, the hair my be thinner and finer. It will gain length and density as it matures. Full growth from the transplants is usually achieved at 12 months. In some cases, this can take up to 18 months. This is especially common in female patients. The transplanted hairs will continue to gain length over time.
Hair growth at 9 months
At 9 months you still have some growth to be expected, maybe 10-15% more. It is important to understand that when transplanting hair it is impossible to create native density. Therefore many patient seek a second treatment.
At 9 months I would expect well more than 80% of the hair to have grown. Only you can make that assessment
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