Though men and women are excited by the prospect of restoring their own naturally growing hair via surgical hair restoration, many are concerned about people finding out that they’ve had a hair transplant. Keeping your hair transplant a secret from strangers is a piece of cake, especially since results are usually undetectable even by professional hair stylists. But what about keeping it hidden from significant others, family members, friends, and co-workers who you see on a daily basis?
The reality is people will notice something. But isn’t that the point? Hair transplant patients have indicated that they’ve received compliments from a number of people who could tell there was something different about them, but couldn’t quite put their finger on what’s new. The more observant folks may even notice you have a thicker and fuller head of hair.
The primary apprehension of patients however, isn’t the compliments they’ll receive once their hair transplant grows full and long. It’s during the awkward healing and hair growth process many are concerned with.