Age brings about many changes in the human body, one of which is thinning hair and balding. Often, people also experience balding due to genetic or health conditions. Severe hair fall is extremely common nowadays, and no amount of hair care products can help once the real damage is done. Therefore, to combat the problem, we suggest that you look into getting a hair transplant in Bangkok, before it’s too late.
Since the hair restoration industry has only just started peaking, there remains a lot of doubt over the procedures employed to fix the problem of hair loss. Some people are also skeptical over its effectiveness.
The following are the most frequently asked questions about hair transplant.
Is the procedure painful?
A majority of patients report that the procedure causes slight irritation but, not pain. Additionally, surgeons numb the scalp before the surgery begins, and also offer anesthesia to patients who are uncomfortable with being conscious during the procedure. Post-surgery, patients are also provided medication to help with the pain and soreness.
Is the surgery expensive?
Getting a hair transplant in Bangkok is cheaper than getting it in any other medically successful country such as the US, Australia, or even European states. Hair transplant in Bangkok can be as cheap as $900, with doctors, equipment, and quality of care renowned as one of the best in the world.
How long will you have to stay in Bangkok?
The patient will be required to stay in Bangkok for a minimum of 3-4 days.
The first day will be dedicated to consultation, the second to the surgery, third and fourth for follow-up sessions. If you wish to be back to your home state immediately, you can leave on the fourth day.
Is it safe to fly back home immediately?
Since the surgery is a comparatively minor one, the only side effects that you might experience are soreness, swelling, redness, or folliculitis. It is completely safe to return back home after the surgery, as the doctors can provide consultation via the internet, as well.
How soon can you return to daily life after the procedure?
Typically, patients take about 2 to 7 days before returning to their normal routine. However, if you have important work to do, you can get back by the next day. A cap or headscarf can be used to hide the grafts in such as case.
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