I had a hair transplant about 6 months ago and I’m not satisfied with my results. My hair grew in very thin, it’s weak and full of dandruff I’m taking some vitamins and use Nizoral twice a week. what else should I do to improve the hair structure? Do you recommended any kind of serum or cream that might help the scalp be healthy and clean?
A lot of hair transplant patients have concerns 6 months after surgery because for some reason they are under the impression that they should be seeing the final result. The truth is, 6 months is still very early on and patients will continue experiencing hair growth and thickness for another 6 to 12 months. Thus, it’s not accurate to use the word “result” at only 6 months after surgery. Instead, the word we suggest is “progress”. In most cases, patients are safe to evaluate their hair transplant and call it a “result” 1 year after surgery. That said, ongoing growth and thickness can and will likely continue up to 18 months post-op. Sometimes, there may even be a cosmetically significant improvement between 1 year and 18 months although most patients see the most cosmetically significant result around 12 months after surgery.
While there’s nothing wrong with taking vitamins or minerals that are good for your hair, time and patience are the ingredients you need to see the cosmetic improvements in your hair transplant over the next 6 months.
Hang in there.
Bill – Managing Publisher