After Hair Transplant How Much Time It Takes To Grow Hair Naturally

After Hair Transplant How Much Time It Takes To Grow Hair Naturally

After Hair Transplant How Much Time It Takes To Grow Hair Naturally

After Hair Transplant How Much Time It Takes To Grow Hair Naturally

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So, you are thinking of getting a hair transplant or you have done a hair transplant.

You’re probably anxious to see the results. How long will it take for your hair to grow back naturally?

What Happens After a Hair Transplant?

So, the first thing that happens after a hair transplant is the shedding phase.

This is when the transplanted hairs fall out. This is perfectly normal and is actually a good sign. It means that the grafts have taken and are beginning to grow new hair.

Shedding usually starts 2-3 weeks after surgery and can last for several weeks. Once the shedding phase is over, you will start to see new hair growth. This usually begins around 3-4 months after surgery.

At first, the new hair will be very fine and soft. But over time, it will thicken and darken to match your surrounding hair.

By 9-12 months after surgery, most people have significant new hair growth that is indistinguishable from their old hair.

Hair transplant is a very effective treatment for hair loss, with a success rate of 95-98%.

However, it is important to remember that each person is different and will experience different results.

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Some people may see results as early as 3-4 months after surgery, while others may take up to 12 months or more.

But some people must be wondering,

Also read – When will your hair grow after a Hair Transplant?

Why my Hair Growth is Slow?

The most common reason for slow hair growth is simply because not enough time has passed since your surgery. Remember, it takes at least 3-4 months for new hair growth to start after a hair transplant. Sometimes, it can take up to 12 months or more for your hair to fully grow back.

So if it has only been a few months since your surgery, don’t worry! Just give it some time.

If you are still concerned about your slow hair growth, talk to your doctor or surgeon. They will be able to give you more specific advice based on your individual case.

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    Dr. Neeraj Bhaban

    MBBS, MS, MCh, DNB ( Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery)

    Dr. Neeraj Bhaban, a renowned cosmetic and plastic surgeon in Sangli, Maharashtra, provides patients with beautiful, natural-looking results with safe and high-quality cosmetic and plastic surgery treatments.

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