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FUE Scars and Scabs

There is nothing more normal than scars and scabs after FUE procedures. This is not actually about hair transplantation procedures only, but about every invasive medical surgery. Once the skin and tissue is surgically processed, blood, scars, scabs are sometimes inevitable. However, scars on the head are not so serious if a hair transplant job manages to achieve good success. A good hair density will be good enough to cover minimal scars on the scalp.

FUE and DHI procedures are the best ones in their field. They look so invasive but they’re not actually. They provide faster healing than any other hair transplant procedure can do. People are generally expected to return to their everyday life within 4 days after their FUE or DHI procedures. DHI even provides faster recovery than FUE because it involves the most accurate hair transplantation calculations on the scalp.

This also affects the natural appearance rate. It is a fact that DHI is the best method for providing the best natural results. However, most people claim that FUE is the best one when the price-performance element is taken into consideration.

Scabs After FUE

It is very common to experience scabs and minimal scars after FUE and DHI procedures. Hair follicles are too, organs of the body and once they’re extracted and planted on the scalp, both areas may experience bleeding and scarring. If these scars go any worse, patients should visit their surgeons immediately because massive bleeding may exhaust scalp tissue and even result in skin necrosis, which is the death of skin.

Scabs mean that scalp is recovering from the surgery wounds. No matter what happens you should not temper with your scalp. You may experience itching, inflammation, and redness over your hair transplantation area. They are all considered complications only when they go any worse than usual. For example, minimal swelling is not even considered a complication by most experts.

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