Top 5 Frequently Asked Questions

We Grow Hair Indy clients answer your top 5 hair transplant questions below.

Top Five Questions
Question #1
Does it hurt?
People tend to notice little to no discomfort during the actual procedure. This is in direct contrast to the old methods of yesteryear when modern pain-management techniques were more archaic and less efficient.
Most Recent Response
No, there is no pain during the procedure, and only minor discomfort for the first couple of days after the procedure.
Question #2
How soon can I go back to work?
This question is one we get often and, fortunately, the answer is sooner than you may think. Some variable factors do need to be taken into account.
Most Recent Response
You can typically go back to work within a week of your procedure.
Question #3
How natural are the results?
Today’s modern hair transplantation techniques are totally natural. The older “plug” or “corn row” type procedures are no longer commonplace. The key to a natural result is tailoring the procedure to the hair type and needs of the individual.
Most Recent Response
The results are very natural, and you can structure your hairline as it suits you best, working together with PAI professionals.
Question #4
Are the results permanent?
This is another common question and concern for people seeking hair transplantation as a solution to thinning hair and loss of hair. Providing that an individual is a candidate, the results are most typically permanent for the remainder of one’s life.
Most Recent Response
Yes - the technology used ensures that the results are permanent.
Question #5
The Benefits of PAI’s Multi-Unit Hair Grafting™ Procedure?
MUHG, or Multi-Unit Hair Grafting™, is so sought after because it delivers a natural result, giving more hair volume or coverage than more traditional methods such as Follicular Unit Grafting alone.
Most Recent Response
PAI's Multi-Unit Hair Grafting procedure ensures safe and natural transplant of the donor hair to the targeted area. The procedure is very straight forward with a short recovery time.