How To Remove Scabs After Hair Transplant (हेयर ट्रांसप्लांट के बाद scabs कैसे हटाएं) | HairMD, Pune

How To Remove Scabs After Hair Transplant (हेयर ट्रांसप्लांट के बाद scabs कैसे हटाएं) | HairMD, Pune


Is scabbing normal after a hair transplant? Can these scabs be removed? Do you want to know how scabs should be removed
after a hair transplant? Hello, I am Dr. Sachin Pawar, Hair Transplant
surgeon, Hair MD, Pune. Hair transplant is a surgical process in which
your hair is transplanted from one part of your scalp to another. The hair is extracted from the donor area
of your scalp and implanted on the bald patches or recipient area. Small incisions are made on your scalp. Graft extraction is done using either FUT
or FUE procedure. FUE or Follicular Unit Extraction has considerably
few and smaller wounds. That is why it takes lesser time to heal after
this process. In FUT or Follicular Unit Transplantation,
a strip is removed from your scalp. This strip is divided into small units and
the grafts are extracted. This
process requires a longer recovery period. When these wounds start getting better, you
start seeing scabbing on your scalp. So why do these scabs form? And how can they be removed? Today we will discuss this topic. So let us see how scabs can be removed after
a hair transplant. First let us
understand what scabs are. As I said before, small incisions are made
on the scalp during the grafting process. This causes the formation of scabs on your
scalp and it takes a few days for the scabs to heal. Usually these scabs begin to form 3 days after
the surgery. A lot of our
patients get really bothered by these scabs. But don’t worry, this is part of
your hair transplant recovery process. These scabs usually fall off in 7-14 days. Sometimes these scabs do not fall off on their
own, in such cases you can remove the scabs by washing your hair. Do not scratch your scalp to get rid of the
scabs. Do not remove them for at
least a week. Do not touch your scalp and transplanted grafts. This may cause your grafts to get dislodged
or damaged. Removing them
with your nails may cause the transplanted grafts to fall off. For the first 5 days after the surgery, just
spray normal saline water on your scalp. Often the first hair wash is done 3 days after
the surgery. Use only mild shampoo while washing your hair. Gently shampoo your
scalp and wash with lukewarm water. After 7-8 days these scabs will begin to fall
on their own. It is better to let
them fall off on their own. If these scabs do not fall off even after
10 days, consult with your dermatologist. You can do a light massage on your scalp after
15 days. By this time the
follicles are firmly attached to your scalp and they get proper blood supply
as well. You don’t need to do anything to remove
the scabs, they fall off naturally after drying. Some doctors tell their patients to soak their
heads in a bathtub. Warm
water and baby oil are used for this. You have to soak your scalp for at
least 45 minutes to help reduce the scabbing. Gently massage your scalp only if the doctor
has suggested a scalp massage. Do not use your nails while massaging your
scalp. Massaging your scalp reduces the healing time
required and reduces the scabbing as well. Keep in mind that you should not pick at your
scabs while massaging. As
these scabs are firmly attached to the transplanted hair, picking at them
may dislodge your grafts. Avoid touching your scalp for at least the
first 4 days after the transplant. A lot of people also confuse scabs and crusts. They feel that both are the
same. See, both scabs and crusts are separate things. Scabs are dried blood and
crusts are dead graft tissue. Usually scabs and crusts can easily be removed
using shampoo. If these scabs and crusts are not falling
off on their own then consult your doctor. They will be able to recommend the right medicine
and treatment. Do not
try any home remedies as these may cause infections on your scalp and
cause your hair transplant to fail. Along with this you have to take some precautions
as well. You should
avoid smoking and alcohol for at least 3 days after the surgery. Avoid any
vitamin supplements, aspirin, antibiotics or painkillers. Rest for at least one
week after the surgery. Avoid sitting down or standing for too long
as this may cause the swelling to spread to your face. Lie down on your back while
sleeping. Avoid using a hair dryer. Follow the instructions your doctor has given
you religiously. I hope that you have found the information
you were looking for from this video. If you have any questions about hair transplant
scabs then you can ask us on our website www.hairmdindia.com. Me and my team will get back to you at the
earliest. This is an educational video, so please consult
a doctor before undergoing any procedure. It is very natural for scabs to form after
a hair transplant. Like any medical
procedure this is a part of your healing process. So don’t worry, let the
scabs fall off on their own.if the scabs don’t fall off then discuss with your
doctor. Eat a healthy and balanced diet, keep your
scalp clean and take all the necessary precautions. Your hair transplant will definitely be successful. All the best! Thank you!

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