Hair transplant is a simple and safe surgery that always gives desirable, pleasant results, but only if performed by a board-certified, experienced surgeon. It is the only technique to date that gives permanent results. But beware of fake and inexperienced surgeons as getting a hair transplant from someone who lacks the required experience could to undesirable results.
Unsatisfactory results or a bad hair transplant prompt people to go for a second and sometimes third surgery as well. It is pertinent to mention here that fixing a bad hair transplant needs a lot more skills and expertise than getting a hair transplant done in the first place. However, a revision surgery is still very much possible and you can alter the results of your initial surgery anytime.
Reasons for Revision Surgery After A Hair Transplant
Various reasons why an individual will seek a revision surgery after a hair transplant include:
- An unappealing, unnatural looking hairline
- Pluggy or clumpy grafts
- A too high or too low hairline
- Hair growth in wrong direction
- Too thin or too thick hair density
- Unnatural coverage attempts
- Scarring in the donor
- Scarring on the recipient area
Whatever is the reason behind your discontent with the results of your initial hair transplant, the good news is that fixing a bad hair transplant is very much possible now. But as stated above, fixing a poorly performed hair transplant needs more time and surgical skills. Therefore, the first thing that you need to do is find a highly qualified and skilled surgeon for the job. Make sure your prospective surgeon has experience of fixing poorly executed hair transplant surgeries.
For all those living in the Middle East, hair transplant Saudi Arabia Clinic offer repair surgeries at competitive cost. We have a team of highly skilled surgeons who are not experts of performing hair transplant surgeries but also hold a wide experience of fixing bad hair transplants.
The most commonly used technique for repairing bad hair transplants is camouflaging. It is primary restorative technique used to fix a bad hair transplant, especially the pluggy grafts issues. In this technique no new grafts are extracted from the donor area. Rather, the surgeon removes the existing grafts and cuts them to obtain grafts of desired size. These grafts are then transplanted to the recipient area to give more natural looking results. Sometimes micro-grafts are also used to create a more natural looking hair line but this is very rare.
Excision and re-implantation is also used to fix a bad hair transplant. If you are interested in a repair surgery or want to know more about the procedure, contact The Hair Transplant Center now by filling the free online consultation form below.