The most frequent query is whether FUE hair transplants and other hair restoration procedures like FUT are permanent.
And the answer is a big yes FUE hair transplant is the permanent solution for your hair.
The donor hair follicles retain their characteristics after hair transplants, whether FUE or FUT, allowing for healthy development. The treatment must be carried out by a qualified, reputable, and experienced hair surgeon because anything less can impact your ability to grow new hair, how long the transplant will survive, and various other potential problems. With the right doctor, you can experience natural hair growth that will last a lifetime.
You must care for and be more precise with an experienced surgeon in FUE hair transplants. Although Hair transplantation is designed to last forever, it also depends on the individual, so the result varies. Your body’s capacity for adaptation determines how effectively any medical and surgical operation goes. But at Tas Hair Clinic, we have excellent and guaranteed client results.
When can I expect to get the results?
Another often-asked question from our patients is when they may expect to start seeing results, typically eight to twelve months after the treatment.
As we described before, it varies from person to person and post-operation care. The follicles require time to settle in and connect to the cells around them because they are natural hairs before they can begin the restoration. Once accomplished, a difference will start to become apparent. Ten months is little compared to a lifetime of hair, and the months will pass quickly.
Hair transplantation using FUE
Using a microneedle, the surgeon will remove individual follicles from the donor area in this type of hair transplant. Since no skin transplant is involved in this procedure, no stitches are needed. The follicular units are retrieved through very small incisions made by the surgeon.
These cuts will recover and get hidden by hair in a short time. The bald regions’ incisions are subsequently filled with individual follicular units. Compared to FUT, FUE is more widespread and results in fewer scars.
Your hair will start to grow normally after FUE because it utilizes your natural hair, and the ultimate results will speak for themselves. So, to address the question once more, yes, an FUE hair transplant lasts a lifetime.
Contact TAS Hospital right away to schedule a consultation session with a qualified medical consultant for more information about FUE hair transplants.