Hair loss is a problem which people all across the globe suffer. Sometimes the hair fall can be temporary but, in some cases, permanent. Hair Transplant Toronto is one of the most popular ways to combat permanent hair loss and help you restore your hair and your confidence. Hair transplants are a reasonably popular procedure, but popularity comes with its own cost. Some myths surround the procedure, which can deter people from undergoing the procedure and recovering their lost hair. We are here to bust these myths for you to make an informed decision about undergoing the procedure.

Myth 1: Women can’t undergo hair transplant

Men and women experience hair loss differently. In men, hair loss is usually patterned in a horseshoe. Whereas in women, the pattern and progression are different. Hair thinning, receding hairline, or peaks at the temple are some of the characteristics of women undergoing hair loss. Unlike men, women rarely develop the bald spot at their crown. However, one can see the widening of the hair parting and the visible scalp. To combat hair loss, women can opt for a meticulous approach to FUE. The grafts would be evenly distributed throughout the scalp to ensure that the depletion is not apparent. As detailed attention needs to be paid, the procedure might take longer than usual. As a result, the volume of the grafts that are transferred is lesser in number. The hair transplant can help to achieve a natural hair part and make your hair look thicker.

Myth 2: The results of the transplant are not permanent

Hair transplant results are mostly permanent. For most people who undergo the procedure, especially men, the follicles that have been transferred to the top of the head and the hairline will continue to have hair as long as the follicle is alive. In men, the follicles are transplanted to the top of the head, and the hairline is taken from the back or the side of the head. These follicles are resistant to DHT, which is the hormone that is responsible for androgenic alopecia. This makes the follicles highly resilient even when they are moved to another location.

Myth 3: You will instantly see the results after the procedure

Once the follicle has been gently grafted into the donor site, the body will supply the tissue with blood and healing factors to promote growth. As it might come as a shock to the follicles, the hair might fall up, but this shock loss is temporary. In a couple of weeks, you will see the hair growth starting to return. It takes about 3 to 4 months for the new hair to start growing and for  you to start seeing results. What happens in a 1-week recovery is that you recover from the procedure, but hair growth takes its own time. You might have to wait about a year to see the final results. When it comes to hair transplant results patience plays a key role.