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. This is because the hair in the back area of the head is resistant to the DHT hormone that most commonly causes hairs in other areas to be lost. This DHT-resistant hair maintains that resistance for the rest of your life no matter where it is located on the head. This means that it is also permanent when it is transplanted to the new areas.

 
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This entry has 133 replies

  1. Anonymous says:

    After the procedure the transplanted hairs did go through a phase where you lose them but that is expected to happen. After that phase, the transplanted hair begins growing stronger and thicker hair. It looks and feels amazing!

  2. Ray Anderson says:

    Yes – the transplanted hair grew in fast for me and is still very strong. I have not experienced any daily excess hair falls out.

  3. Allen C. says:

    Yes, and I’m very satisfied at 1 year.

  4. J.K. says:

    The results are permanent. With the use of the recommended modalities for my existing hair, I have not lost anymore hair since I had the procedure.

  5. Kevin Link says:

    At 15 months post transplant, Yes the results are permanent.

  6. Tony M. says:

    The grafted hair is my own hair. Every day when i brush it, I have no visible hair loss from the grafted area.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Yes, I am at 14 months now and it looks great. The transplanted hair should stay with me for life.

  8. Anonymous says:

    After the full year I now look and feel like a college student!

  9. Anonymous says:

    Yes! – 100%

  10. Anonymous says:

    They have been so far for me.

  11. G.P. says:

    Yes.

  12. Jay P. says:

    After 13 months, I haven’t noticed any signs of losing the new hair. I would say it’s permanent!

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