Fethiye Turkey Hair Transplant

Can My Hair Transplant Restore My Complete Look?

Hair transplantation is a surgical procedure performed to provide a denser and fuller hair appearance to people who experience hair loss. Regarding hair transplantation, it may be possible to regain your old appearance completely, but it depends on some factors.
Hair transplantation process involves taking hair follicles lost due to hair loss from other regions and transplanting them to bald areas. This process can help your hair regrow and make your hair look fuller and denser.

However, in some cases it may not be possible to completely regain your old hair look. Hair transplantation requires a sufficient amount of healthy hair follicles in the donor areas. Donor areas are usually the hairy areas on the back of the neck or on the sides. If there are not enough hair follicles in your donor areas or if hair loss is very advanced, it may be difficult to completely return to your old hair appearance.

In addition, the results obtained as a result of hair transplantation may differ from person to person. Everyone’s hair structure, hair color, hair loss degree and hair growth rate are different. For this reason, the results obtained after hair transplantation may vary depending on the genetic characteristics of the person, the surgical method and the healing process.

Before Fethiye Turkey hair transplantation, our specialist will evaluate your hair loss degree and will help you better understand your expectations by recommending the most suitable treatment plan for you.

How Many Grafts Should an Ideal Hair Transplantation Have?

The ideal number of hair transplant grafts may vary depending on the degree of hair loss, hair density, hair structure and personal preferences. Since each individual’s hair transplant needs are different, the ideal number of grafts can vary greatly from person to person.

Graft is a unit of measurement used for transplanting hair follicles. Each graft can usually have 1 to 5 hairs. Generally, people with more advanced hair loss may require a larger number of grafts.
Our specialist advises you on the appropriate number of grafts by evaluating your hair loss degree and determining your hair density goals. This evaluation is usually made by considering the hairline design, the health of the donor area and the size of the area to be transplanted.

An average of 2000 to 5000 grafts can be transplanted during hair transplantation. However, this amount may be higher in people who experience more extensive hair loss, and it may need to be completed in a few sessions.

Since the goal in the hair transplantation process is to achieve a natural and aesthetic appearance, the hairline design, distribution and angles of the grafts are also important factors in addition to the number of grafts.

It is best to contact our specialist for a detailed evaluation of hair transplantation and the number of grafts. The specialist can determine your hair loss and the most suitable number of grafts for your hair density by offering you a personalized treatment plan.

Is There Any Scar After Hair Transplantation?

After hair transplantation, small scars or crusts can often be seen. However, these scars and crusts are usually temporary during the healing process and disappear over time.

During the hair transplantation process, small incisions are made while the hair follicles are taken from the donor area or the hair follicles are transplanted into the recipient area. Small scars may occur as a result of these incisions. These are usually very small and unobtrusive marks. During the healing process, these scars fade over time and usually close with the natural growth process of your hair. It may take several weeks or months for the scars to completely disappear.

In addition, temporary crusting and redness may occur in the area where the transplanted hair follicles are located. This is also a natural part of the healing process and usually resolves within a few weeks.

In order to optimize the healing process of scars and crusts, it is important that you follow the instructions given by our doctor. These instructions may include cleaning cuts, wound care, and allowing crusts to fall off naturally.

However, each individual’s healing process may be different, and scars may be more noticeable in some individuals. This depends on factors such as the person’s skin type, speed of recovery, and surgical techniques.

If you are concerned about scars or crusting, or if you think the scars are permanent, it is best to talk to our specialist and assess the situation. The specialist can give you more information about the healing process and offer treatment options as needed.