Can You Dye the Hair You Receive from a Hair Transplant?
One question we often receive at New England Center for Hair Restoration is if our patients can dye, cut, and style the new hair they receive from the transplant. A common worry men and women who are undergoing hair restoration surgery share is that their new hair will be delicate and weak — so much so that they’ll have to worry about it day in and day out.
Fortunately, these fears are completely unfounded. The hair restoration procedures performed at NE Hair give patients back their own, natural hair. That means the hair will have the same features of a patient’s hair when he or she was younger. How is this possible?
The innovative methods used at NE Hair take a patient’s hair from another area of their body — usually the back of the head — to fill in balding or thinning areas. Our Micro-FUE method uses a tiny instrument, one millimeter in diameter (or less), to make miniature circular incisions about the size of 1 millimeter or less on the skin around the follicular unit where we implant your hair. The incisions rapidly heal, usually within the next few days. And you are left with new growing hair.
So if you have balding or thinning hair and are looking to regain your youthful look, contact us now at 855-5-NEHAIR to schedule your free consultation. And be on your way to styling your hair the way you used to.
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