Well, with over 5000 customers already serviced by our clinic and counting, we’ve counted up our Most Frequently Asked Questions section as well. This basic list will give you  a glimpse into few top questions that almost all applicants tend to ask.

Q: How does hair transplantation work?

A: Hair transplantation is a not-so-complicated process revolving around relocating (transplanting) the bald resistant hair follicles from the back of the head to the balding areas on the top of the head.

Once performed, the after effects of this process apply for a lifetime. That’s all because the hair follicles taken from the back of the head are genetically resistant to baldness.

And that’s regardless of where they are relocated to, which eventually gives you “balding immortality” after one of our treatments!

Q: Will my hair transplant results look nice and natural?

A: When such a tricky procedure as hair transplantation is done right, the result may amaze. It can be so natural that even your hair stylist will not know that you’ve had it done!

But the craftsmanship and experience of that multitude of hair transplant surgeons do vary widely, as do their results.

It’s important to pick a right procedure and clinic. That kind of right choice will ensure that you will get completely natural looks afterward.

The state of art hair transplantation procedure that we recommend is called “Follicular Unit Hair Transplantation”.

To learn more about the leading hair transplantation physicians who perform this procedure, visit our recommended physicians page.

Q: How long does a hair transplant procedure take?

A: A typical hair transplantation session, involving an average of between 1,500 to 3,000 grafts normally takes a full day of surgery. It means on an out patient basis schedule.

However, most patients will arrive in the morning and will have their procedure completed by late afternoon!

Q: Does the hair transplant procedure hurt?

A: To prevent any kind of pain by the needles and other tools, all patients are given local anesthesia in both their donor and their recipient areas.

A majority of patients are sure that once the anesthesia is given that they feel no pain or discomfort during the surgery.

Following surgery patients will typically feel some extent of soreness and numbness, with some slight discomfort.

Most patients are really surprised by how minimal the discomfort from the surgical procedure is.

Q: What can I do in the first few days following a treatment?

A: Take it easy, the restrictions are not that crazy and not even close to a real, harsh surgeries post-recoveries…

In the first three days after your hair transplantation treatment occurs, there should be no sweating, no water on the head, no shampoo, no washing of the scalp, no running, cardio activities, weight lifting or other gym trips.

However, strolling by and by around the house is fine and doing daily office tasks is fine too…

Q: When can I first shave my head following a treatment?

A: By day four with a foil shaver.

Q: When can I first have a light shower?

A: This can be done at day 4 or later.

Q: When can I go swimming in a normal pool with chlorine?

A: The chlorine encounter should never happen earlier, than after 30 days have passed since the day of your hair transplantation operation.