Hair Transplant Before and After 3000 Grafts Repair

May 30, 2022

3000 grafts of hair sound like a lot of hair. There is no shortage of hair transplant before and after 3000 grafts images you can look at on the internet today, and 3000 grafts should be just about enough for most hair transplants.  What a lot of people don’t understand is what a hair graft is. Understanding what makes up a hair graft, and how each hair graft is as individual as the person’s hair it is coming from will help you understand how your 3000 grafts hair transplant will look. When you undergo a hair transplant at an FUE clinic, the difference between your hair transplant before and after 3000 grafts, will be night and day. However, just getting a hair transplant doesn’t mean it’s going to be successful.

There are a lot of different factors that come into play when you undergo a hair transplant. A Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) procedure involves a great deal of skill and experience to perform successfully. If you go to just any dermatologist wanting a 3000 FUE surgery, your hair transplant before and after 3000 grafts may not be as great as some of the images you will see online. Also, there is such a thing as a complete hair transplant failure, and they happen all of the time for a variety of different reasons.

How & Why a Hair Transplant Can Fail

Undergoing any kind of cosmetic surgery procedure is always a nerve-wracking event. Even in the hands of an experienced and professional surgeon, there are many different complications that can occur that could end up making you look worse than before the surgery. Hair transplants are no different. Nobody wants to undergo an invasive hair transplant surgery just to end up having it fail. The best way that you can make sure your 3000 grafts hair transplant is going to be successful is to understand the most common reasons a hair transplant will fail and then try to avoid them. 

The most common reason a hair transplant Los Angeles surgical procedure will end up failing is the inexperience of the surgeon that is performing the surgery. The term “practice makes perfect” is very applicable in the case of hair transplants. FUE surgery is a very meticulous procedure that requires considerable perseverance. It takes a great deal of time and effort to master the FUE technique, and there are some surgeons who just do not have the time or mental fortitude to pull it off. The proper extraction method of each individual hair follicle takes a great amount of concentration, in order to not damage the “bulb” of the follicle. The bulb is essentially the root of the hair follicle, and if it is damaged the hair will not grow after the follicle is implanted.

Improper Graft Placement

Another issue that is common with inexperienced surgeons performing hair transplants is improper graft placement. You cannot just implant the hair grafts any which way on the scalp and expect a natural looking appearance. The hair grafts must be implanted in such a way that they will grow in the direction of the rest of the un-implanted hair. Also, all of the implanted hair follicles must be implanted so that they grow in the same or similar direction. If this isn’t done properly then all of the implanted hair will grow in opposite directions making the hair transplant before and after 3000 grafts look unnatural and ridiculous.

Overharvesting of Grafts 

Yet another common issue that occurs when an inexperienced surgeon attempts to perform an FUE procedure is “overharvesting.” This happens when the surgeon extracts too much hair from the donor area for the hair transplant. The result of overharvesting leads to an appearance that tends to look like vast areas of missing or thinned-out hair on and around the donor area of the scalp.

This doesn’t mean that these surgeons are not still offering hair transplants as a service. There are many dermatologists out there that are not very experienced in hair transplants that offer them.

Lack of Post-operative Care

The second most common reason your trip to an FUE clinic is going to be a complete and painful waste of time when there is insufficient post-operative care. In this situation, the results are entirely on you, the patient. 

Taking care of yourself after a hair transplant is just as important as the hair transplant itself. After your procedure, your doctor will provide you with a list of things you need to do, and not do in order for the implanted hair follicles to have a chance to heal and begin to grow. These instructions need to be meticulously followed for weeks after the surgery. Some of the post-operative things include avoiding direct sunlight, no excessive exercise, and above all, no scratching your scalp as it heals. The list will include explicit instructions on how to wash the newly transplanted hair and how to deal with the scabbing that is a result of the procedure.

Not taking care of your new hair transplant can cause the scalp to become infected. A bacterial infection that sets into your scalp is a sure-fire way to ensure that the entire hair transplant will be a complete failure.

Not A Good Candidate for Hair Transplants

The third most common reason that a hair transplant can fail, is that you were just not a good candidate for a hair transplant to begin with. All competent FUE clinic doctors will give you an extensive examination prior to your surgery as well as go through your medical history to verify you are a good candidate.

If you are a young man who has experienced extensive hair loss early on, you may not be a good candidate for an FUE procedure because your un-transplanted hair will continue to fall out post-procedure. Then, only the transplanted hair will remain long term giving your scalp a “hair-plug” appearance.

How to Recover from a Failed Transplant 

Regardless of what the reason is your hair transplant has failed, it’s a heart-breaking experience. After paying all of that money just to sit through an invasive and painful procedure is bad enough., Then you get to go home and experience all of the post-op pain and discomfort just to end up having your hair and hairline looking worse than before the transplant. Luckily, here at Best Hair Transplant Los Angeles, we have fixed a great many botched and failed hair transplants. It doesn’t matter if the surgeon messed up the extraction or implantation process, or you decided to go play in a waterfall right after leaving the FUE clinic. Our hair transplant specialists are experts in corrective transplant procedures. 

Our surgeons can perform a technique called a “graft incision” where they carefully remove the implanted hair grafts and re-implant them in the correct facing direction so that when it grows, it will grow in a natural facing direction. Body hair can also be extracted and processed in order to fill the donor areas in case of an overharvesting error.

If the reason the hair transplant has failed is just due to improper placement of the grafts, or you are just not happy with the results, our surgeons can just extract and implant additional hair follicles to create a better-looking hairline.

Hair Transplant Before and After 3000 Grafts Repairs

If you have your 3000 grafts hair transplant repaired by a competent hair specialist, then chances are nobody would be able to tell that you suffered from a failed hair transplant. Depending on the quality of your donor hair, 3000 grafts should be enough for most medium to moderate forms of hair loss even if it is a repair job. 

A hair transplant before and after 3000 grafts if done right, should do the trick for just about anyone, but if not done right you may end up with 3000 missing hair follicles from your donor area and still no hair on your head. Here at Best Hair Transplant Los Angeles, our hair specialists are here for you if you are looking for a hair transplant or a hair transplant repair job.

Our doctors have repaired many hair transplants for a multitude of different reasons. We are experts at all of the modern-day hair transplant repair techniques and can finally give you that full head of healthy, natural-looking hair you want.

SUFFERING FROM HAIR LOSS?

Best Hair Transplant is the best place to schedule your hair transplant in Los Angeles. We’ve helped both men and women regrow their lost hair. But don’t take our word for it. We suggest learning as much as possible about hair restoration. Do so prior to making a decision on how to address your hair loss. Not every procedure is right for everyone.

At Best Hair Transplant, we’re proud of our results and happy to provide hair restoration services. Additionally, we’re proud to make hair transplants affordable and help you save money on a variety of hair transplants.

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