Facts and FAQ’s About Hair Transplants

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Are you considering hair transplants and are unsure of what to do? Let us help you with some facts about hair transplants. Advanced Cosmetic Surgery and Laser Center has all the answers to your burning questions. Let us help you decide what is right for you.

• Are Hair Transplants Dangerous?

Hair transplants are done in our center and you are in and out the same day. You are awake for the whole procedure and can communicate with us as we do the transplants. It is not dangerous and our staff are all highly trained in the area of hair transplants. We promise you that it is safe. The only down side is it could take a few hours to get your hair just right, but it is worth the wait!

• Do Hair Transplants Hurt?

They are a little painful, after all you are having minor surgery. You will have some swelling and a little pain. We will give you medication for this and you will be and going on about your business in a day or two.

• How Long Is The Healing Process?

The healing process for hair transplants is very fast. Within a week you should be back to your old self completely, just with a new head of hair. The swelling and pain will take a few days to subside, but after that you are good to go. We will have you come back in for a checkup to ensure everything is going good and then you are free to live your life with your new hair!

• Will My Life Have To Change In The Week Or Two After Surgery?

You should rest a bit more and the pain will begin to subside. The pain is easily handled and the only other problem is you will need to sleep with your head elevated for about 2 weeks. Other than that, you can carry on with your daily life as you always have!

• How Long Do Hair Transplants Last?

Within 3 to 6 months you will notice new hair growth. This is the exciting part! It is your hair re-growing! So the hair transplants last for a long time. They will eventually grow out and your new hair will grow in. You will have a full head of beautiful hair to run your fingers through!