The human body has a magnificent healing, regeneration, and immune system. You can notice that your body pushes you to vomit when you eat something that your immune system targets as a threat. Or you will see scabbing on your wounds formed by your clotted blood after an injury or surgical operation. All invasive medical procedures are performed based on your body’s healing, regeneration, and immune system. Surgeons make the cuts and adds based on your body’s regeneration principles. Similarly, hair transplant procedures are also invasive medical operations. Hair transplant healing is an important subject because your hair’s destiny depends on every type of body mechanism, from the immune system to the healing system.
Most people think that hair transplant procedures are very risky because they claim they’ve seen so many examples of failure cases in which people lost their hair after hair transplantation. There are of course failure cases in not hair transplantation industry but in the whole aesthetic world as well. However, it’s a bit different in the hair transplantation situation. Your immune system may attack your hair follicles after your hair transplantation procedure. Your strong hair follicles can not stand this kind of attack and your hair strands eventually fall out. However, you will not lose your hair forever, they will regrow for sure. Your hair density will keep increasing in time.
When Will My Hair Transplant Completely Heal?
Your wounds require a month to physically heal themselves. You may experience inflammation, itching, and scabbing over your scalp, your hair transplantation area. If you do not experience these in severe levels, they can be concluded as part of your healing process.
Itching generally is a result of your scabbing, they’re both associated with each other. Since your scalp is healing itself, and unbearable itching can sometimes be inevitable. As for your hair density, experts say that it may take up to 9 months for your hair to reach its maximum density.