One of the worst parts about losing your hair is having other people point it out. Sometimes it is the first time you even realized that you were losing your hair –especially if the bulk of your hair loss is in the back of your head. When a friend or someone close to you tells you that your hair is thinning, it is a heart-shattering thing to hear.
Now, you have reached the point where you are considering a hair transplant in NYC. You do not want to be the center of other people’s hair loss jokes, but you also don’t want them to make comments on the fact that you have had hair transplant surgery. Which may make you wonder: do people need to know that you had a hair transplant?
A lot of that has to do with what you do in the weeks following your procedure. For the first 10 – 14 days after your transplant, you may want to “hide out” a bit because the area may still look a little “surgical” and there is likely post-operative regimens you need to observe. You may want to wear a hat as your head heals from the surgery – which is okay even immediately after the procedure. Once you hit the 10-14 day mark, the transplant looks good and most patients can “get away with it” without anyone noticing.
Following a hair transplant in NYC, people may ask you if you have lost weight, got a tan, or whitened your teeth. They may notice that something is different, but they can’t quite “put their finger on it.” This is because a hair transplant can be very discrete, the growth phase is gradual, and the results are extremely natural. So, does anyone have to know about your hair transplant? Not if you don’t want them to!
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