When Do The Scabs Fall Off After Hair Transplantation?
After hair transplantation, the shedding process is completed in 9 or 10 days. After this process, one can return to his/her daily life. Redness and pinkness, like the shedding process, heal in one week at the latest. Post-operation process is much more important than the operation process. After the procedure, strong sunrays should not get in contact with your scalp and you should avoid traumatizing events. Hair spray and jelly should not be used for at least fifteen days, especially in affected areas. Acting contrarily, will do nothing but extend the healing process of shedding and redness.
Not consuming alcohol, cigarettes, nicotine or coffee etc. within the first ten days after the operation is among the precautions. Challenging sports and body movements should not be carried out and it is also necessary to stay away from the sea, Turkish bath and sauna for two months. Heavy works, stress, sexual intercourse, sports and alcohol are prohibited in the first days after the procedure. The hygiene of the places your scalp is in contact with such as your pillowcase and regular bandage change, are factors that will benefit you in the healing process of shedding.
Natural look is the most important element in hair transplantation. As well as the technique used in hair transplantation, hair design is also an important factor that needs care and affects the post-operation process. The hair design that suits the person’s face, the direction of the hair growth and the person’s age the best should be analyzed and done accordingly.
It should be noted that the hair is designed as in the natural hair which gradually increases from the front hairline to the peak and that the hair is at the proper density according to the person’s age. Since it is a very difficult procedure to correct afterwards, it is important that the hair transplantation is done in a very correct and cautious way. Because the wrongly transplanted hair can cause a lot more trouble than the bald look and upset the person every time s/he looks at the mirror. Since nobody would like this kind of a problem, the examinations should be followed and the necessary precautions should be taken in post-operation process.
One should be very careful when shedding and redness problems last long so that these problems would not leave marks.
If the person does not have a sensitive skin, the same problem is not repeated after the process is over. When the problem of shedding and redness disappears and when your hair starts to grow, such problems do not reoccur. So, it is not a recurring problem. Therefore, the best decision is to eliminate the problem of shedding and redness by being cautious and avoiding situation that will cause marks in the post-operational process. It is a process of a week or two in total in which you should be patient for. In order to enjoy it longer afterwards, you should be conscious for just ten days. It sounds pretty short, isn’t it? You can now enjoy your hair.
What are scabs after hair transplant?
Scabs contain dry blood, while crusts are transplant tissue that has died. Scabs and crusts are usually easy to eliminate with shampooing. Ask your surgeon if the scabs and crusts don’t really come off on their own. They’ll be able to prescribe the appropriate medication and counseling.
Never use any alternative therapies, as they may induce infection on your head, resulting in the failure of your hair transplantation.
Scabs are a normal part of the healing process after hair transplants. It is an aspect of your recovery period, just like any other surgical condition. So don’t be concerned; just let the scabs come off naturally.
What causes scabs after hair transplant?
If DHI hair transplantation technique was not used in the operation, 1 channel for each graft or 1 hole according to the technique is opened in the transplantation area. Just like in the donor area, some bleeding occurs in these channels in the transplantation area, and this blood dries on the scalp and forms crusting.
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