First Week After Surgery
Normally average patients observe a sort of swelling over the forehead and eyes area after a couple of days. This is entirely normal. There is no mater of getting worried. It appears on the third day of surgery and lasts for three to four days. The target area will remain reddish during several upcoming days.
2 Weeks After Surgery
You start feeling the shedding of new hairs roughly after two to three weeks.
6-8 Weeks After Surgery
An average patient would surely start getting sprouts of new roots on the scalp. This might differ among several patients according to the nature of treatment but on an average, patients take two to three months. The new hair will not be too much thick according to your expectations. You will need to take great care of them. Over the passage of time, along with proper care and cosmetic treatment, they will be thickening promisingly.
5 to 6 Months After the Surgery
This is the actual time when an average patient starts feeling comfortable with the surgery and gets satisfied with the outcomes. The previous time remains an uncertain duration for the people who are not too much optimistic. Now you can stay happy because you can see considerable improvement in newer growth on your scalp.
1 Year After Surgery
This is an expected time to see final upshots. However many patients may take even a little more time to show exact results. This is not a matter of stress or tension. Getting final results in 15-18 months is considered as normal. But if you do not see the proper improvement, do contact your consultant and discuss the problem you might have. Proper care, cosmetic treatment, and acting upon the prescribed look after can lead you to a successful hair transplant process.