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Hair Transplant Scars

Hair transplantation procedures of today are quite perfect when they are compared to other procedures of the aesthetic and cosmetic world. The hair transplantation procedure did have a bad reputation because of cutthroat procedure cases in the past. However, competitions and technology made the market very reliable in the eyes of the candidates. However, some complications and scars can be inevitable, even with the highest-end equipment. Hair transplant scars are very rare but they may occur depending on the cases.

If you bleed, you will have scars on your wounded area. Standard hair transplantation involves the extraction of your hair follicles from a donor area to be planted in the recipient area. Both, the extraction and plantation procedures may cause bleeding over your scalp. Especially hair follicles plantation procedure causes the most bleeding on your scalp.

The reason why your recipient area bleeds is about the microchannels that are opened for your hair follicles. Surgeons need to open these microchannels to put your extracted hair follicles. Every microchannel probably causes individual bleeding on your scalp and most of them will have scabs.

Scars on the hair transplantation area are a rare thing, however, it may happen. Depending on the size of your scabs and the severeness of your microchannel wounds, you may have scars on your scalp. However, since your newly transplanted hair follicles will cover these scars when they grow up, it is actually pointless to talk about your scars on the scalp.

Most scars generally disappear after a long time of recovery. Most hair transplantation jobs themselves require quite a long time to recover from the procedure wounds. During this time, most scars generally become more invisible. However, this may depend on people’s skin type and color. People’s immune systems also affect the duration of hair transplant recovery and the visibility of the scars as well.

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