For the last three years, your hair has been thinning, falling out, and simply looking worse and worse. You tried several treatments, all with little lasting success; now you’re moving on to transplant surgery. The procedure is easy, but that’s not the part you’re worried about. What you’re concerned with is what will happen the next day, when you go back to work. How soon will people notice? Will there be swelling, redness, or scabbing? How can I hide the healing effects of my hair transplant?
Returning to Your Life
Hopefully, you’ve been able to take a little time off from work to recover from your surgery. When you’re ready to return to your normal activities, there are a few strategies you can take to feel more confident as you face the world:
- Wear it long. Talk with Dr. Stong about the donor area and if you’ll be able to keep the hair longer there. This will depend on your individual case, but longer hair will help hide any scabbing or redness.
- Cover It Up. A loose hat is ideal, but if that won’t work at your job, try using a hair loss concealer for a couple weeks.
- Wash It Well. Wash your hair daily, gently massaging your scalp. This will help remove the scabs and improve circulation to reduce any inflammation.
When you’re ready to get your hair back, contact Kalos Hair Transplant. With the expert hands of Dr. Stong, you can be sure of successful surgery and pleasing results!
Posted on behalf of Kalos Hair Transplant
5670 Peachtree Dunwoody Rd NE, #910
Atlanta, GA 30342