Take care of hair after a successful hair transplant

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Take care of hair after a successful hair transplant

Both men and women can benefit from a successful hair transplant even though their patterns of baldness differ. However, getting the most of your hair transplant surgery will depend not only on choosing a qualified surgeon but also on taking proper care of your hair after surgery. There will most likely be a post-surgery regimen that you are instructed to follow and you should take this seriously no matter how happy you are with your hair transplant results. Additionally, you should adopt a hair care regimen that you can follow for the rest of your life so your newly grafted hair appears its best and stays healthy-looking. Choosing hair styling products that are designed for your specific hair type is one way of doing this.

Hair types are determined by the texture, quantity (natural) and shape of your hair. Is your hair fine, thick, thin or coarse? When clean does it still tend to be oily? Or dry? If it's dry, choose shampoos with conditioning ingredients - not alcohol. If in doubt about what works best for you, ask a trusted stylist. Keep in mind, for some people inexpensive, generic products work just as well as expensive ones. This may or may not be true for you. You'll likely need to experiment with some products to find the right shampoo and conditioner that works for your hair type. Perhaps before your hair transplant surgery you didn't think much about choosing hair care products, but now it's time to find styling products that work for your hair type and natural volume.

   

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