Can I use a hair thickener spray after 2 weeks after FUE Hair Transplant? The grafts should be fixed after 10 days I suggest.

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Use a hair thickener spray after 2 weeks after FUE Hair Transplant

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Yes, use a hair thickener spray after 2 weeks after FUE Hair Transplant and you can put anything you need for styling on it as well


Los Angeles Hair Restoration Surgeon
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Post op care after FUE Hairtransplant

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usually the healing process is about ten days. After two weeks you can return to your normal routine including using hair fiber. 

Michael Meshkin, MD
Newport Beach Hair Restoration Surgeon
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Thickener after FUE?

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By 9 days the grafts are completely incorporated into the scalp,so yes you can safely use a thickening product now.

David Deutsch, MD
Beverly Hills Hair Restoration Surgeon
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Hair Thickener After 2 Weeks

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After two weeks using hair fibers/thickeners is generally considered fine to do. I'd check with your doctor first though, in case there are issues specific to your case that may alter that waiting period.

Sean Behnam, MD
Santa Monica Hair Restoration Surgeon
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It is best to ask your surgeon about post operative care as each doctor has their unique regimen.

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It is best to ask your surgeon about post operative care as each doctor has their unique regimen.  In general, there should be no significant issue with using products after 2 weeks.

Jae Pak, MD
Los Angeles Hair Restoration Surgeon
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