With the start of hair loss, first worries and thus the first search for solutions begin to stop hair loss. Many patients try to stop or avoid the hair loss by various means, be it medical practice or chemical preparations. However, most chemical ingredients that promise to support hair growth or even promote new hair growth, are rather counterproductive. Many of these common chemicals seem to be effective at the beginning of treatment, but with long-term use they damage one’s own hair as the body develops resistance to these chemicals. With the constant advancement of technologies, a final solution through hair transplantation is possible.
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The biggest benefit of having a hair transplant is a lifetime guarantee because hair roots from the donor area (back of the head) are scientifically resistant to steroid hormone, which is responsible for hair loss. Accordingly, these hair roots cannot fail after hair transplantation due to their genetic coding.
If the patient ultimately chooses a hair transplant, various questions arise. A very often asked question is, in which season a hair transplant would be most sensible. On this point clinics have different opinions. While some recommend the winter season, others recommend the summer season. According to our experiences and researches, both seasons have their own advantages and disadvantages, but they actually do not effect the healing process or the result of hair transplantations. The decision is up to the patient´s preferences.
After the hair transplant, patients need to wear a hat regardless of the season.
This hat should be worn in open air for the next ten days after surgery. It is designed to protect against all weather conditions and UVA / UVB rays. It should also be noted that the first eight weeks after surgery, certain activities can be limited. After the first ten days, which is considered the most critical phase of hair transplantation, patients can largely return to their usual routine. However, the first eight weeks activities such as sunbathing, sauna visits, solarium visits, extreme sports or even ball and martial arts, hair shaving and hair dyeing should be avoided. At the beginning of the third month there are no further restrictions for the patient.
Hair Transplant in Summer
The pros and cons of seasons are different after a hair transplant. It is often said that summer seasons would be less suitable. This statement is not correct, as in the winter season, the circumstances and preferences according to season choices should be chosen individually according to individual needs. It should be noted that after a hair transplant, beach gears and sunbathing are not allowed for eight weeks. For this reason, the patient would need to take preventive measures by protecting the transplanted areas by various means, such as hat and umbrella. The advantage of the summer season is that skin renewal and hair growth are faster in summer than in winter. Because of this, the healing process is faster.
Hair Transplant in Winter
The numbers of surgeries in winter are usually higher than in summer. This is often due to the fact that many patients have holiday plans for the summer and therefore want to complete the surgery in advance. Another point are cool temperatures in winter, which are perceived as more pleasant. Since many patients spend the winter at home, they use this time to get through such procedures.
Generally, it should be mentioned that seasons have no influence on final results. Important are the quality of the hair transplantation as well as the proper aftercare. As long as the follow-up cares are followed, a hair transplant can be done at any time.