Does a Hair Graft Look Natural?

If you have done a little research on hair transplant, you have surely had the question of whether Is a Natural Result Achieved with Hair Grafting?. Well, in this article we will help you to know more about this.

Video Is a Natural Result Achieved with Hair Grafting?

We leave you the video in case you want a quick summary to know if a natural result is achieved with the Hair Implant.

Does grafted hair look natural?

When the procedure is performed by a surgeon skilled in the art, the results are very natural, making hair implantable indistinguishable from native hair for ordinary people.

A good hair transplant it is completely undetectable and looks perfectly natural if the correct technique is used correctly by a trained team.

The number of people who undergo a hair transplant is much higher than you might think, which is why you actually see many people who have undergone a hair transplant in their daily lives. But you can't tell if they have undergone the procedure.

In fact, this example is the best answer to the question:

Does the hair transplant look natural?

Within 2 months after the hair transplant, you will start to see the first results when your hair starts to grow back. This hair is not a wig or hair prosthesis nor anyone else's hair. It is your natural hair transplanted from your donor area, so there is no reason for it to look unnatural - as long as the procedure is performed by a trained hair transplant team using the latest technology.

The color, texture and growth rate of the transplanted hair will have the same characteristics as your natural hair.

When you cut your nail, the nail that grows back is your own nail and it looks natural.

When scabs disappear after a cut or burn, the skin that regenerates under the scabs is still your own skin and looks natural.

Likewise, the hair that is transplanted is your own hair, and it grows longer, becomes thicker, and has a natural look.

La FUE technique Used in hair restoration in recent years it has proven to be very successful.

It achieves the most natural appearance and does not leave any visible scar unlike the FUT technique.

In this sense, the FUE technique is considered a revolution in the field of hair restoration.

So why do some hair transplants look unnatural?

Suppose you travel to a city that you do not know well and plan to eat at a restaurant (in Mexico, a taqueria). You find two restaurants, one full of customers and the other without customers.

Which one would you choose?

The answer is obvious to most of us: We choose the one that is full of people.

By doing so, we believe that we will be minimizing possible risks. The fact that the place is full of people acts as a recommendation for us. If the place is crowded, we naturally assume that a lot of people are satisfied with the service and the staff are probably great.

In the same way, when we choose a doctor, we follow the advice of the people around us. This applies to almost all the important decisions in our lives, from the choice of furniture to the mobile phone or the car; We value any advice from people we trust.

Trusting an expert for hair transplantation is vital to minimize risks. Hair transplants performed by inexperienced people with no experience in such procedures can cause various problems that are even more serious than unnatural-looking hair.

For that reason, we recommend that you stay away from illegal and unlicensed centers ("Black Market") where hair transplants are performed by technicians or inexperienced people.

There are four main reasons why a hair transplant might look unnatural:

The hair follicles are transplanted in such a way that they do not match the exit angle or direction of the native hair.

There is no single hair pattern, exit angle, or hair direction applicable to all patients, and what is natural for one patient may be totally the opposite for another. The front hairline should be designed to fit the shape of the face. The doctor must first analyze the exit angles and the direction of the hair and then transplant the follicles to match those patterns for the most natural appearance.

Use a donor hair other than the one at the back of the head.

Using regions (such as the chest, leg, etc.) outside the donor area at the back of the head to collect grafts can impair the natural appearance of the hair.

Implant more or fewer grafts than necessary.

The physician must first determine the number of hairs per cm2 at the donor site and then transplant approximately an equal number of hairs per cm2 to the recipient site. Each follicular unit contains a different number of hairs. These are scattered randomly. Some follicles have a single strand of hair and others two, while others may contain 3 or in rare cases 4 strands of hair.

Therefore, we follow the same pattern when transplanting hair to the recipient area, randomly distributing the hair follicles with single and multiple hair strands in the same way. While designing the frontal hairline it is important to transplant the grafts that contain a single strand of hair, as the native frontal hairline generally consists of single stranded follicles.

Ahhhh but not everything is the fault of the doctors or the technical team that did it….

Not following the doctor's advice after the procedure

Strict adherence to medical advice after each surgical procedure is vital to ensure faster recovery and desired results. If you do not follow your doctor's advice after the procedure, you may risk your chances of success.

Apart from this, factors such as an incorrect hair density in the recipient area, an inexperienced hair transplant team, the transplantation of a high number of grafts (4000-5000) in a single session, for no real reason or without a trained team, it will make your hair look unnatural.


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