Such as intraoperative oozing, infection, endogenous hair and foreign body reaction, hairy sag or protrusion, low hair density, scar formation in the area, etc.; Treatment: mild oozing after surgery is a normal phenomenon. The oozing place can be gently pressed with sterilized gauze and hydrogen peroxide. Avoid irritating food before and after surgery, and temporarily ban alcohol. Infection, as long as the surgery is strictly followed by disinfection, infection does not generally occur. Treatment of molting: A small blood stasis will be formed in the surgical area within a few hours after surgery. These small blood stasis will be touched within 10 days after surgery, and blood stasis will fall off within 2 weeks. Swelling treatment: The head can be raised and applied to the transplant site with an ice pack 48 hours after surgery. Shampoo time: Start washing your hair 3-4 days after surgery. But be careful not to scratch your fingers. Postoperative follow-up: new hair began to fall off 2-6 weeks after surgery, and new hair began to grow in 10-20 weeks.
The initial effect was seen after half a year, and the effect was better in 9 months. Epidermoid cyst formation, a small incidence, is generally caused by graft epithelial adhesion under the epithelium. It is usually treated by local heat application, removal of surface suede, etc., and if necessary, incision and drainage can be performed. Careful handling during surgery can avoid the formation of epidermoid cysts after transplantation. Hair loss caused by transient surgery, also known as end-stage hair loss. Some patients will have hair loss around the transplant site 2 to 4 weeks after surgery, but it is only temporary. It will re-grow after about 2 to 3 months. Patients should be aware of this to avoid psychological burden. The transplant failed and rarely occurred. May be caused by unreasonable preoperative design, irregular operation during operation, excessive or too small incision in the area, resulting in graft loss or excessive compression. Proper sedation after surgery is necessary to relieve postoperative discomfort. The success of surgery is not only due to the efforts of doctors, but scholars have shown that patients with good mentality and physical fitness will also increase the satisfaction of the results. Hair transplantation is a team work that requires not only a solid theoretical foundation and rich clinical experience, but also requires at least several clinical technicians who are systematically trained and skilled in embryo preparation and embryo transfer.