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WHAT IS THE ERYTHEMA AFTER HAIR TRANSPLANTATION ABOUT ?

 WHAT IS THE ERYTHEMA AFTER HAIR TRANSPLANTATION ABOUT ?

The hair follicles obtained from the donor (giver-contributor) area during hair transplantation
treatments, are being transferred to the area where hair loss is experienced. Before starting
with the transfer process on this area, the process of opening canals by micro punch is
applied first. The amount of the hair follicles to be transferred from the donor (giver-
contributor) area during this process, is equivalent to the amount of the canals opened by
micro punch.
During the process of opening canals, it is possible that there’ll be some bleeding in the form
of a leak at the bottom of the opened holes. Erythema After Hair Transplantation in hair
transplantation treatments, occurs just for this reason. The low amount of blood leakages
showing up during the opening of canals, causes erythema after the hair transplantation
treatment. This is not an indication of a negative situation which goes wrong, or an indication
of a particular problem. On the contrary, it’s a part of the natural treatment process.
Due to the fact that there’s not any problem which goes wrong, we cannot speak of a
situation to feel uneasy about. Of course, facing such a side effect after the treatment, is not
a pleasure-giving situation for patients. However, if you think about the result of the
operation, this detail should not be evaluated as a situation which is too important.
Moreover, a generalization that you surely will experience the situation of Erythema After
Hair Transplantation, does not come into question. During the hair transplantation treatment,
not every patient shows the same reaction. Generally, it is highly probable that white-skinned
people will have erythema. Therefore, dark-skinned people are luckier at this point.
However, reducing this erythema process to minimum by taking little precautions, is up to
our dear patients.
Well, is hair transplantation erythema experienced by everyone in the same way? Of course
not. This erythema which is more apparent in white-skinned people, draws less attention in
dark-skinned people. However, little but effective precautions which you will take, ensures
that this erythema gets over in a shorter time.