Before/After the transplant

A few days after the transplant, the hair that has been displaced falls with the small scabs, because they undergo a trauma, it is a normal phenomenon and the scalp quickly returns to its original appearance. Implanted follicles will give rise to new hair cycles about 3 months later.
After this time, the new hair begins to grow gradually, and the regrowth will continue for several months. The result can be considered as definitive between 8 and 10 months.
The result of a hair transplant is acquired for life, because the life cycles of the grafts taken in the Hippocratic Crown are longer than the others, and the capital cycle in the donor area is very important.
Even redistributed on a bald area, the grafts retain their genetic heritage of departure.