Hair grafting is one of the most frequently performed cosmetic surgery interventions in the world. Based on the fact that it is a medical procedure that temporarily leaves its mark, there are many who question how to conceal hair implant interventions. Something that interests many of those who undergo a hair follicle graft and that the celebrities try to do every time they opt this solution to recover their hair.
According to what has been reported by some of the best known faces that have decided to undergo a hair follicle graft surgery, there are different ways to disguise the passage through the operating room.
As with all the other surgeries, after undergoing this type of surgery, a recovery time is needed. In spite of what many people think, during this time all kinds of daily tasks can be carried out. The new hair graft technical procedures give you the opportunity to practically live a normal life in a very short time after the intervention.
As for the recovery time, it starts a week after the first revision made by the surgeons’ team responsible of the intervention. It is when the follicles started to grasp, so that patients can begin to use the shower sprayer to wash their heads. Of course, without pressing the scalp excessively and always with water at a medium temperature.
In this sense, after undergoing a hair graft it is very important to be careful while applying shampoo to encourage the progressive fall and not force scabs. The shampoo should be applied gently, with soft massaging and also to be careful with the pressure we exert on the body scalp, using always the fingertips.
Because if something is inevitable after undergoing a hair implant, in the days that follow the surgery, is the scalp filled with scabs, both in the donor and in the recipient area, being the former larger than the second.
In the first 48 hours after the operation, the scabs begin to fall off. If we don’t want to complicate the recovery process, it will be very important not to touch, scratch or even tear them out.
Since these scabs are located on the head, there are many who, after asking the medical team that has treated them and supervises the recovery, decide to cover their head with a cap or other complement.
In addition to this option, there are other techniques that help to cover up such as makeup or spray to paint the scalp dissimulating the empty areas or scars. Finally, there are also microfibers that can be attached to hair by static electricity. We need to know that these options are not always possible, as each case is a different world. If you have any doubts, you should always seek medical advice.