Frequently Asked Questions

Orange Tree faq’s

21 years to 75 years, provided the medical condition is fit.
Hair transplant surgery redistributes existing, healthy hair, which is usually genetically encoded to virtually last a lifetime. hairs extracted from the back of scalp is not affected by and rogenetic pattern baldness. Conventional hair transplant growth rates are at about 90-95%.
No, we have to take your hair roots only. other person cannot give you the hair because its highly immunologic.
The number of grafts you will need ultimately depends on your area of hair loss, and on how much fullness you desire.
Hair follicles are transplanted with high magnification without damaging the surrounding hair. Hair roots are very tough and can tolerate surgery or any irritation. In some cases, hair fall do happen but they regrow.
Hair transplantation, when done right, can be so natural that even your hair stylist will not know that you have had it done. But the skill and techniques of hair transplant surgeons and staff does vary widely, as do their results. It’s important to choose the right procedure and clinic to assure that you will get completely natural results.
It is minor surface surgery, literally only skin deep, and one of the safest surgical procedures ever performed. You are under the care of qualified doctor and medical staff at all times. Your transplant takes place (using equipment kept to hospital standards) in a state of the art clinic with all the facility equivalent to hospital.
The procedure is done under local anesthesia and operated area is numbed with local anesthesia. so you will feel few injections pricks for the administration of local anesthesia. rest of the procedure is pain free. Most patients watch a movie, listen to music or take a nap while we work. Afterwards, they tell us that during the procedure they felt no pain. Any discomfort they feel afterwards is usually very temporary and nearly always minimal. Approximately 25% of patients elect to take pain relieving pills during the following 1-2 days.
In 3-6 weeks months time, some of the transplanted hair will fall off, DO NOT PANIC. The root is intact in spite of the hair fall. You will start seeing new hair coming from the transplanted area from 2-5 months.
Normally it takes between two to five months following surgery before the transplanted hair follicles begin to grow new hair. The transplanted hair grows in very thin initially and gradually grows thicker and fuller over time. the full result is visible by 9-12 months. after one year a patient’s transplanted hair will be fully mature and will continue to grow for a life time.
Most patients feel fine within a day or two following surgery, although some numbness and mild swelling can be expected for several days following surgery
Small tiny scar on the donor area, which is hardly visible.
No time off from work is required. But if you are sensitive about how you will look during the days immediately following, you can wear a hat, or, if that’s not possible in your work environment, we recommend you to get the transplant just before your holidays. Many patients return to work the next day. swelling sometimes can be bothersome from 3rd -5th day following hair transplant procedure.
Immediately patient’s recipient area is typically pink with scabs forming around the micro incisions, tiny incisions will heal rapidly within a week to ten days.
During the first few days after the surgery a person’s hair transplants will be noticeable.. However, most patients feel comfortable being in public without wearing a hat within 5 to 7 days following surgery.
  • Itching: Some itching commonly occurs but is rarely troublesome and lasts only a few days
  • Swelling: There is some swelling in nearly all cases. It affects the forehead and the area around the eyes and lasts two to five days, being maximal on the fourth day.
  • Infection: As the procedure is performed under strict sterile condition, the infection rarely occurs.
  • Scarring
    Small tiny scar on the donor area, they are usually 0.5-0.6 in diameter and hardly noticeable and scaring around the grafted area is very uncommon.
  • Cysts [folliculitis]: One or more cysts may occur in the recipient area and donor site when graft are buried. They usually disappear by themselves after a few weeks or immediately with various simple treatments.
    f)Abnormal sensation and numbness-it is noticed in the first few weeks following the procedure. It can sometime extend up to 2 months.