Redness in the course of healing
op redness may occur in the natural course of healing.You don’t need any cream for the recipient
area.Patients usually heal completely
within a few days from their hair transplant.Only a few patients who have prolonged redness or itchiness after hair
transplant may need topical steroids. If redness persists be sure to follow up
with your hair transplant physician.
Thank you for your question. Your redness and healing is natural. I suggest that you consult with your board certified facial plastic surgeon as your surgeon should have provided you with topical cream/ointment recommendations.
There is no specific "healing cream" It is best to follow up with your doctor for an in person exam and possible treatment opti
There is no specific "healing cream" It is best to follow up with your doctor for an in person exam and possible treatment options.
Redness in the recipient area after hair surgery
First of all you should visit your doctor as soon as possible.In my practice I advice Topical Steroids to slow down such redness.
Redness in recipient area
At 6 weeks, redness shows that you have what I call 'Histamine positive skin'. Many doctors treat this with topical steroids.