Hair transplant: before and after
After a hair transplant, a patient must usually wait between three and six months to be able to observe a first regrowth, and six other months are necessary (that is to say a whole postoperative year) to judge the final result. These periods of course depend on each patient.
As explained in the previous paragraph, the grafted hair will first regrow (first half of the postoperative period) and will then see their texture change or get thicker to raise the notion of density (second half of the postoperative period).
To see examples of transplants and their results, go to the "Photos" section in the site menu.