Wondering what it’s really like following a hair transplant? When researching, you may have noticed a clear lack of information of what to expect in the first three months following a hair transplant procedure. “Don’t show people what they don’t want to see” has been the reason why traditional hair transplant post-procedure images haven’t been readily available. Now with Gro microsurgery – the most delicate and least invasive technique – there’s no reason to hide what it’s really like post-procedure.
To show you what you can expect during the first three months following Gro microsurgery, we have followed Jonathan’s recovery from the day of his procedure to 3 months post-procedure (and will continue to follow his progress).
The First 3 Months
Jonathan, a Gro patient, who is 39 years old, has done a Facebook Live video Gro. This was his 3 month follow up consultation and he talks about how the first 3 months have gone after his microsurgery. Around 30% of the final result can be expected at this stage, with the full result at 12 months.
Typically, patients can expect to be back at work in a week. Jonathan had over 5,000 hairs implanted and was back at work in several days. Two weeks following his procedure, there are no visible signs of a procedure having been done.
Permanent Solution For Hair Loss
Hair Implantation microsurgery is the proven, permanent solution for hair loss, with natural results guaranteed. The angle and direction of the implanted hair (which is your own hair) blends seamlessly with the surrounding hair, or in the natural manner that your hair would normally grow. Life changing results can be achieved in a single day, with no detectable scarring and minimal downtime.
Book Your Consultation
For personalised information, the first step is to book a consultation with a Gro hair growth specialist in Brisbane, Sydney or Melbourne. During your private consultation, you will receive a correct diagnosis for your hair loss and the opportunity to discuss the various treatment options, customised to your particular condition.
Simply click on one of the buttons below to book a consultation or ask a question. Alternatively, you can call us on 1300 787 563.