People seeking FUE, Toronto’s leading hair transplant procedure, want to restore their locks and their confidence. We perform 5 to 7 hair transplants weekly, so our reputation for high-quality follicular unit extraction (FUE) sets us apart.
Dr. Cory Torgerson has developed an impressive, full-service hair restoration clinic that caters to men and women experiencing hair loss and eliminates the daily damage to self-esteem that comes with it.
Almost 85% of men and up to ½ of women report significant hair thinning or balding in their lifetime, yet so many feel despair about their options.
Do these sound familiar?
- Prescription medications
- Topical fibres
- Hair growth sprays
- Wigs and hairpieces
- Supplements claiming regrowth powers
- Hair transplant scars that are long and visible on the scalp?
Nothing but the skillful, surgical re-implantation of thriving hair follicles will restore your hairline and crown once the hair is gone. If you want to avoid significant scars, FUE hair transplantation in Toronto could be your solution. Read on to learn why this is not a standard hair transplant, but it is today’s top choice.
What Is It, and Why Is It Good News for You?
How does FUE transplant work? This type of hair transplant surgery is gaining traction for men and women suffering hair loss. It’s a step ahead of previous, standard techniques, because it doesn’t require a strip of the scalp to be excised and then dissected into grafts. Though the FUT (strip harvesting) method is still used today, the long scar it creates can be a deterrent.
Instead, FUE utilizes a punch device with a small rotary extractor that removes follicles along with supportive tissue in the form of little grafts, or “units”. They’re removed from dense growth areas at the back and sides of the scalp. Strands are carefully selected with plenty left behind, so the donor area won’t show missing follicles.
Too Small They Can Go Unnoticed!
Hair follicle units usually measure less than 1 mm, so they leave only tiny holes that close quickly and don’t require stitches.
All of our hair transplants are done with either SmartGraft or NeoGraft FUE hair transplant systems. These are the industry’s leading digital technology solutions for efficient, safe, and fast hair transplant procedures. Each of these methods has a high “take rate”, which means that you can expect significant, transformative results from your procedure.
Even better, thousands of small follicle extractions leave only pale dots on the scalp, which blend effortlessly with the surrounding hairs. Worry about noticeable scarring is gone when skilled Toronto FUE surgeons carry out this meticulous procedure.
The fast recovery is another bonus. Without a deep incision to recover from, patients undergoing FUE in Toronto typically get back to work and regular life in just days, instead of weeks.
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How Long Does It Take to Recover from FUE in Toronto?
Your hair transplant procedure may be the most rewarding investment in yourself that you ever make. The long-term results can improve not only your appearance, but also help you regain confidence when you look in the mirror. Imagine knowing that your presentation matches your vitality at work and romantically. The process from start to finish requires patience, even though the procedure itself and the initial healing period are quick.
If you prepare for a realistic timeline of several months’ growth, you’ll have a more satisfying experience.
Minor swelling is expected for the first 24 to 48 hours after your FUE hair transplant procedure. You’ll be advised how to safely wash and handle your scalp in the early days and be comfortable keeping your head and shoulders elevated to reduce swelling.
You can rest at home right after your procedure. And there are no limitations on travelling, because you won’t need general anaesthetic during hair transplant surgery. You may take an over-the-counter pain reliever as directed if needed.
Days 2 to 7
Sometimes patients experience ingrown hairs or minor folliculitis. Loprox can help reduce redness, itching, and irritation to get you comfortably through that period.
After 1 week, you can wash your hair regularly with shampoo and gently towel it dry. You’ll be able to bath, swim, and return to most tasks once the incisions are completely healed around 7 to 10 days after your hair transplant.
After 2 Weeks
FUE Hair Transplant FAQ
What Should You Not Do After Hair Transplant?
You’ll likely be asked to hold off on exercise that increases blood pressure for about 10 days. Likewise, avoid tight hats or contact and rubbing of your scalp.
How Can I Speed Up Healing After a Hair Transplant?
We believe that you look your best when you feel your best. Maintaining a healthy, balanced diet can assist with healing. Your balanced, hair-healthy diet should include antioxidants from foods like blueberries, peppers, fresh herbs, cherries, and tomatoes. Staying hydrated with plenty of water each day will also help you feel great and heal quickly.
Using finasteride/Propecia often helps your hold on to your native hairs, the ones that haven’t fallen out yet. We’ll be pleased to share options for keeping the hair you have and establishing healthy new strands after FUE.
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Your first visit with Dr. Torgerson and patient care manager, Brian, will be an assessment of your scalp, hair loss type and level, and concerns. The most common reason why people seek FUE in Toronto is androgenic alopecia, also known as pattern baldness. We’ll create a hair restoration plan to suit your needs and your budget.
We know that men and women spend time daily worrying about thinning hair, and they spend considerable money attempting to stop hair loss. For some people, the effects of losing control over their changing appearance feel devastating and limit their social or intimate confidence. FUE hair transplant is changing the possibilities for people with hair loss. It might restore your self-esteem too.
Dr. Cory Torgerson
Choose Experienced FUE in Toronto
Dr.Torgerson, head and neck surgeon/specialist, is certified by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. His expertise is almost unparalleled in Canada, with over 18 years of post-secondary education and training in head and neck procedures. His artistry and expert eye for detail meet extensive qualifications as an elite otolaryngologist and facial plastic surgeon, MD, Ph.D., and FRCSC.
When considering the many benefits of permanent, natural-looking FUE, the Toronto Hair Transplant Clinic welcomes you to let us walk you through the exciting hair transplant journey. Call or write us through our contact form, and our compassionate team will reach out to you quickly. We look forward to seeing you for an obligation-free discussion about the possibilities for regaining your hair.
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