As a result of operational procedures that are very short and easy, the application is aimed to meet the expectations by giving the maximum response to hair follicle transplant by accelerating blood circulation in the skin tissue of the patient. The FUE method, which is mostly preferred in hair transplants, is often preferred to cover burn and wound scars with hair transplants.
What Is the Post-Operative Process?
The question of how are wound transplants performed is followed by the question of what happens in the process after the procedure. After the operation that takes place in quite a short time is completed without any pain or ache, the skin with the scar resulting from the operation begins to fall out in about 10 days. Hair loss is often encountered at first as a result of the operation and there is no need to worry. During this period, it is seen that all of the transplanted hair sheds in about 3 weeks. However, within the next 3 months when the hair begins to grow again in the same area, the real results of the operation begin to appear. Regardless of wound or burn transplant, the process of treatment varies from person to person as well as from the affected area and severity, but the results are always satisfactory.
- The treatment of the absence of hair on the scars is through wound and burn transplants.
- Burn transplants are done to camouflage, not heal the scars.
- The operation is performed using local anesthesia in 2-3 hours.
- The patient can continue their routine daily life immediately.
- The results of the operation are observed within a period of 3 months.
How Is Wound and Burn Transplant Performed?
In the wound and burn transplant technique, 0.5 mm – 0.8 mm sized canals are opened in the area of hair loss and the hair follicles taken from the back of the hair are planted to these canals. During this operation, which lasts approximately 6 hours, the person can easily read books, watch television and use tablets. A break can be provided if needed.