The excitement of new hair continuously draws hair loss sufferers to consider hair transplant surgery. Those who embark on this journey often restore their hair and confidence in their appearance. During the first few weeks after surgery however, a patient’s scalp contains scabs, new transplanted hair, and postoperative redness. How then during this healing phase, do hair restoration patients go back to work and conceal their hair transplant? Is there a way to hide and make it so it’s not noticeable to co-workers? What if you can’t wear a hat or head covering?
View this hair restoration topic to discuss tips and tricks you and other hair restoration patients used to hide the evidence they’ve had surgery. You are encouraged to offer your input.