When Will Newly Transplanted Hair Start To Grow?January 15th, 2010
Q: It has been over a month after my hair transplant procedure and I am starting to get nervous. When can I expect to see some growth?
A: Transplanted hair begins to grow, on average, about 10 weeks after the procedure, although this number can vary. Hair tends to grow in waves and occasionally some new hair may start to grow as long as a year after your procedure. In general, growth is a bit slower with each hair transplant procedure, although the reason for this is not fully understood.Related Posts:
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Topic: Growth After Transplant
Tags: After Your Hair Restoration, Hair Transplant, Hair Transplant Growth, Newly Transplanted Hair, Transplanted Hair Begins To Grow Posted by Robert M. Bernstein M.D. on January 15th, 2010 at 7:23 am
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