In the modern era, many patients take it to social media to share their hair transplant experiences. There, you will come across a number of pictures that will either induce panic, fear in you or inspire you to undergo a hair transplant surgery.
Basing on what a patient might have seen, he or she will straightly ask about his or her possible appearance immediately after a hair transplant surgery. This is commonly seen during a consultation or prior to the surgery.
How Should a Patient Look Like After a Hair Transplant Surgery?
By this, we don’t mean that you will take up another patient’s appearance, but this basically concerns your scalp after the surgery. Scalp hair transplant procedures may induce fear or inspiration after the surgery depending on;
- The surgeon’s expertise
- His team’s experience
- The number of grafts extracted and implanted
- The trauma triggered
- The type of the technique used
Ideally, redness and minor bleeding are expected after a hair transplant, but there are cases where these are awfully triggered in patients. In most cases, these result from excessive trauma or the inexperience of the surgeon. One of the catastrophic evidence comes from Brian McFadden, a ‘Westlife’ singer.
Just like many culprits, he openly shared his post-surgery photos out of ignorance that his surgery wasn’t correctly performed. In Brian’s case or some other patients, it may not generally result from the inexperience of the surgeon, but the patient’s scalp anatomy, laxity, and its endurance to trauma.
Some scalps are delicate and can easily depict terrifying facts after the surgery. In this case, the implanted region tends to bulge, become excessively reddish and there is obvious bleeding. The region will obviously appear like a horror and completely unpleasant.
With that, a surgeon must be fully aware of the patient’s scalp to take necessary precautions to reduce discomfort and trauma during and after the surgery. When taken, the scalp of the patient should be minimally reddish and quite appealing.
Important Facts to Note
The amount of trauma triggered after a hair transplant in India should be normal since it is a surgery. In this case, a patient may not even require pain relievers after the surgery and his photos will definitely be appealing to others. Some of the important facts to note include;
A surgeon’s experience
Try to opt for an advanced hair transplant centre and similarly, understand the surgeon’s experience. The surgeon’s experience will help reduce a number of risks such as excessive bleeding, over-harvestation, and trauma after the surgery.
It’s not all about the Technique!
Commonly, trauma is associated with the hair transplant technique selected. But, whether it is the FUT or an FUE hair transplant in India, a patient should come out of the ward with minimal or no trauma.
With this, experience and discernment are necessary to guide the surgeon as he removes grafts from the back of the scalp to the recipient region. The pattern in which the grafts are implanted, the depth among other concerns must be correct.