Correction of Failed Hair Transplant

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correction of failed hair transplant

You have been suffering from hair loss or baldness for a long time and you decided to have a hair transplant. But something went wrong. Your hair transplant failed. As a result of failed hair transplant, your hair scalp may be damaged or you didn’t get the natural look you wanted. Nobody wants to deal with these problems. But fortunately, there is a process for correcting failed hair transplants. If you also had a failed hair transplant by an inexperienced specialist, you can contact us for clinical examination, free of charge.

What Should You Do to Avoid the Failed Hair Transplant?

Hair transplant is an operation for aesthetic purposes, not health purposes. Wrong practices may cause irreparable results. That is why, you must always trust experts in the field to have these kinds of aesthetic applications.

Maybe Your Hair Transplant was Successful?

Hair fall out after a hair transplant, even if it was successful. It does not mean that you had a failed transplant. Hair follicles maybe couldn’t adjust to the hair scalp the first time. In this case, the hair transplant can be done again so that to correct the hair follicles.

Who Needs Correction for the Failed Hair Transplant?

If you had a hair transplant and it failed because of wrongly applied techniques, you can have the hair transplant correction. Pitted hair roots, disproportionately growing hair follicles, receding hairline or that looks like drawn with a ruler, unnatural look and grass man image can be examples for the reasons to have the hair transplant correction.

What Solutions Does the Hair Transplant Correction Give?

Firstly, the hairline can be brought forward if the hair scalp is suitable, or the hair transplant can be reapplied. That way, the hairline does not look like it was drawn with a ruler. Secondly, you can have the transplant amongst your sparse hair. Thirdly, your hair can be reinforced with transplanting new hair follicles to the fallout area, removing the unnatural look. These corrections must be done by a specialist. You can contact our clinic to consult our specialists to get actual information about what you should do next.