Can shedding occur after hair transplantation?

The only shedding after the operation is the shock shedding process. During the shock shedding period between 2-8 weeks after the operation, the transplanted roots shed the hair strands on them to produce new roots. After this process is over, your permanent hair begins to grow. At this point, it should not be forgotten that every hair follicle is a life cycle. Even if your new hair strands shed after they complete their life cycle, they will be replaced by new hairs. Shedding after the operation does not result in hair loss.

What is the donor site for eyebrow transplantation?

The donor area to be harvested can generally be the nape of the neck due to the suitability of the hair structure, or it can be selected from the scattered hair follicles around the eyebrows. Hair from the donor area grows differently after transfer to the eyebrow area. The hair on the scalp grows with 1-4 follicular units contained in the hair. However, the eyebrow hair grows as a single unit of hair. Therefore, the collected follicular units should be separated from the donor area before transfering to the eyebrow area.

Should I avoid the sun after hair transplantation?

It is very important not to be exposed to sun rays after hair transplantation, in other words, not to be exposed to harmful sun rays. After hair transplantation, the time that patients can go out in the sun is determined by hair transplant specialists. This process, which can be affected by many factors such as the applied method, the area of application, and the graft density, usually between 1 month and 3 months . This should be taken into consideration because the scalp is sensitive.