I’m not happy with the result of my Hair Transplant after 6 months

Question: ” I am 23 years old and I  had a 2000 graft hair transplant 6 months ago. I’m getting pretty impatient and worried that I wasted my money. I’ve asked my doctor about it, he said that it’s early and everyone is different,  to just wait and be patient. What do you think? I “feel” some hairs growing in different spots but not everywhere, and i have some slight cobblestoning, does that go away?

Answer: “My advice, as it is to every patient of mine, is to wait 8 months before judging and making conclusions about what the result of the transplant will be. 80-90% of the grafts should have grown at the 8 month mark, and they should have grown to two inches by then as well. I would agree with your doctor and tel you to be patient, significant changes may very well be about to occur. Good Luck, Dr. Jones”

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Dr. Jonathan Huber

Dr. Huber completed his training in medical and surgical hair restoration under the direct guidance of Dr. Robert Jones, one of the world’s most influential, experienced, and trusted hair restoration surgeons.

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