Between 1 to 10 days you are able to wear a hat in order to cover up the hair transplant. Between 14 days to one month you will see all of the hair transplant begin to fall out.
This is completely normal and part of the hair transplant process. Between one month to four months you will likely not see any hair transplant growing, again this is completely normal. Many patients call me asking why the hair transplant is not growing at this stage once the hair transplant falls out.
It is normal to take on average 3 to 5 months in order to begin to see the hair transplant growing back. In some cases it can take up to six or seven months in order to see the hair transplant growing in. Again this is not a concern. Once the hair transplant begin to grows it will take approximately
6 to 9 months in order to get to your final result, in other words, it will take approximately one full year from the day of surgery in order for the hair to completely grow in. During this time we recommend using certain therapies like Rogaine foam 5% and laser light therapy in order to help keep the hair that you have as well as speed up the growth of the hair transplant.
Remember a hair transplant is a long process and takes one full year in order to see the final results if you’re between 2 to 6 months and are worried please remember that you were only in the very early stages of growth and the magic has not yet happened.