When it comes to hair loss there is a lot of misinformation floating around. Yes, there are very real, scientific causes of hair loss, but there are also things that people claim can cause hair loss that typically do not on their own.
The whole point of undergoing a hair transplant procedure is so that you can style your hair in all the ways you used to love. But should you avoid certain hairstyles after having surgery?
There’s good news and bad news for those that can’t wait to grow out longer, fuller hair and style it in any way you choose.
Long hair or curly hair comes with its share of problems, but none of them are as annoying as matting. That feeling when your hair gets clumped and tangled together in a way that makes it painful to try and brush out is just one of the worst feelings in the world.
Have you ever gotten out of the shower, dried your hair and still found that your hair feels almost waxy to the touch? You’re not alone.
Typically, when we’re talking about hair we’re talking about unwanted hair loss and what you can do to help prevent it or restore it. In this case, however, we wanted to take a look at the other end of the spectrum, removing unwanted hair.
Even though hair transplant surgeries may not be as invasive as other cosmetic surgeries, you always run the risks of side effects. Any time you cut into the skin to perform an operation there’s a chance that the wound could become infected, no matter how small. So, while the areas where hair follicles were excised from and placed into the scalp are small, there is still a chance of infection after a hair transplant.
Hair transplant surgery is a great way to restore hair that you have lost over the years due to genetics or aging, but sometimes surgery isn’t always the answer.
There are plenty of positives about getting a hair transplant, in most cases it’s very successful, it can boost your self-esteem, it’s relatively painless, and the recovery process is much easier to deal with than other types of cosmetic surgery.