After hair follicles are transplanted into areas where your hair is thinning, it takes time for your scalp to recuperate. It's normal for some of your hair to fall out within the first three months after the treatment. It might take anything from six to twelve months to rebuild. After the transplanted follicles have recovered, they will start to grow hair and fill in the bald spots on your head. Your hair will continue to grow properly as you become older.
Hair transplants necessitate a cut or incision in the skin. With any cut, there's a risk of infection or a lot of blood. Some individuals may have soreness while their skin heals after the procedure. They may feel mild irritation in the face and head while the skin heals.