Hair Transplant Repair
Hair transplant repair
Hair transplant repair is one subject no one likes to discuss. Of course, if you already did a procedure why would you like to go again for corrections. The truth is that this repair procedure is very common and people can do this after a year of a previous unsuccessful hair transplant surgery.
The process consists in transplanting new hair to balding areas or removing and re-implanting grafts. To give you the hairline you have always wanted and cover any scars with hair, new grafts need to be transplanted.
Sometimes this procedure needs to be performed in two separate surgeries to achieve a pleasing outcome since a failed hair transplant can be very hard to correct.
Advantages and disadvantages
The principal disadvantage is the donor area. Since you already had a procedure, you have a window of time to do this treatment. When it comes to the recipient area, it has fewer chances to recover than virgin scalp areas which can affect the final result of the transplant.
Also, if the direction of the hair is not like it should be, and no suitable donor is given, a Repair Hair Transplant would be not possible.
One of the benefits is that we can fix a hairline and implement new hair but the best one is since we can extract many grafts, we can focus on high density and your hair would look very natural without leaving empty spaces.
Does it Work, though?
We understand the reservations and skepticism you may have about the procedure. However, there’s a lot of scientific proof LLLT is an effective treatment for improving your hair’s fullness and thickness. Specialists can use it as a stand-alone or as part of combination therapy with hair transplants, finasteride, and PRP.
Are you a Suitable Candidate for LLLT?
The only way we can determine whether you are a suitable candidate for LLLT is by having a consultation appointment. During this appointment, our specialist will ask about your expectations and discuss whether they are realistic or not.
Are There Any Risks Associated With LLLT?
As it’s not a new form of treatment, there have been many studies conducted into the procedure. It conforms to both FDA and European standards for safety. It carries no known side effects and is very safe and pain-free.