The recovery time after a hair transplant varies from one patient to the other. In some patients, there can be visible evidences that a hair transplant has taken place. On the other hand, another person might not show any visible evidence. Basically, the visibility factor also depends on the type or kind of hair transplant that you have.
Take an instance of FUT hair restoration treatment. In such a case, if you are the patient, you can attend the office right after the treatment session, with only a small portion of staples at the donor area. Moreover, it is hardly visible, especially under the hair. But, still the question pops up, when you should return to work following a hair restoration treatment? The answer seems very personal, as to when you decide to join, the type of job you have the post-treatment recovery guidelines as instructed.
If you have been open about your hair transplant with your colleagues and co-workers, it won’t be much of a difficulty to attend work. They will be all very excited to know and learn about the experience you are undergoing. Moreover, it is an excellent opportunity to show those colleagues the results who are interested in the treatment. You will recover really fast with the support and encouragement from others at your workplace.
Similarly, there are people, who would not like to make the hair transplant treatment public like you. In such a case, the recovery time or period will be longer. You have to till the small scabs present on the donor area of the scalp gets healed, or else it will get revealed that you have undergone a hair transplant. The whole recovery process usually takes a week’s time, and in some cases even more.