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How Long Does a Hair Transplant Last?

If you’re starting to research hair restoration as a solution to your hair loss, it’s normal to wonder “How long does a hair transplant last? Am I going to have to go back for surgery every few years just to maintain my transplanted hair?”

The good news is that when performed by a trained, experienced hair restoration specialist, a hair transplant procedure can last a lifetime.

That’s because the genetic predisposition for hair loss resides in the follicle, rather than in the scalp. Hair transplant surgery takes healthy hair follicles and transplants them to your thinning or balding areas. With hereditary baldness, your hair maintains the characteristics of where it was taken from, regardless of where it’s placed in the scalp. That’s why hair transplant surgery is the only permanent solution to hair loss.

Since hair loss is progressive and there’s a physical limit to what can be done in a single procedure, some patients choose to have multiple procedures in order to increase their hair density. But that doesn’t affect the hair that was originally transplanted—it just augments it.

Watch real-life patients reflect on their permanent hair restoration procedure and natural hair growth results:

If you’re looking for a permanent, natural-looking solution to your hair loss, download Bosley’s FREE guidebook, The Complete Book On Hair Restoration, to see how great your hair can look. Or schedule a free consultation with a Bosley specialist today.


What to do next?

To learn more about your hair restoration options, download Bosley’s FREE info-kit, The Complete Book on Hair Restoration, to see how great your hair can look. If you’re ready to do something about that bald spot or thinning hair now, schedule a FREE in-person or video consultation with a trained Bosley hair restoration specialist. Together with a Bosley Physician, we can help you find out what’s causing your balding and what treatment solution is right for you.

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