Five top hair restoration myths debunked
Five top hair restoration myths debunked

Posted By : Rootzhair Admin Posted Date : 03-Sep-2018 Blog Category : Blog Posts

Five top hair restoration myths debunked

Five top hair restoration myths debunked
Five top hair restoration myths debunked

Hair restoration methods have been quite popular for some time now and there are many people who benefit from the confidence that they get from this procedure. But people who opt for hair restoration methods find many myths surrounding hair transplants that they tend to avoid going for this method.

In this blog we help in debunking the myths, and help people benefit from the opportunities that the Hair Restoration provides

Myth 1: Hair transplants are only suitable for the Young and not for Old

Fact: If you are a good candidate for a hair transplant or not, that needs to be decided by a surgeon. And his decision is not only based on age alone. There are many surgeons who will decline to carry out surgery on young men who are under the age of 30. The ideal candidate for a hair transplant is one whose hair loss pattern has been established which they find difficult in younger patients.

Myth 2. Hair transplantation is very painful and it hurts

Fact: During the procedure, anesthesia is generally used to numb the area. Patients who are going through the procedure are made comfortably seated and asked to watch television or DVDs while undergoing the treatment.

Myth 3: Hair restoration will give you visible scars

Fact: During the procedure, anesthesia is generally used to numb the area. Patients who are going through the procedure are made comfortably seated and asked to watch television or DVDs while undergoing the treatment.

Myth 4: Hair washing may affect hair growth

Fact: Fact: After 10 -12 days, your hair follicles will be well established. Hence, you can wash your hair regularly and also comb and go for hair cut too. And if you want to keep the area risk free of infection to a minimum.

Myth 5: Hair transplant provides quick results

Fact: Fact:Fact: The hair that is transplanted tends to fall off within two to three weeks but the roots of hair won’t stop growing. And once the blood supply to the root of hair is established, the supply lasts permanently. And then the roots also start growing in about 50 to 60 days. The best hair growth is often seen between 10 to 12 months.