40 Days After Hair Transplant

40 Days After Hair Transplant

Although hair transplantation is not a new procedure, it has become much more popular and accessible in recent years.

Are you one of the many people who have recently undergone a hair transplant and are eagerly waiting to see the results? Well, congratulations! You’ve taken the first step towards regaining your confidence and feeling great about yourself again. While it may seem like a long wait, 40 days is typically when patients start noticing significant changes in their hair growth after a hair transplant. In this blog post, we will discuss what you can expect during this critical time frame, some tips for post-operative care and when you should start seeing meaningful results. So sit back and get ready to learn all about the exciting journey that awaits you – 40 days after your hair transplant surgery!


Although hair transplantation is not a new procedure, it has become much more popular and accessible in recent years. This increase in popularity is likely due to a combination of factors, including improved surgical techniques, an uptick in public awareness, and a growing acceptance of hair transplants as a viable option for hair loss.

Despite the fact that hair transplants are now more popular than ever, there is still a lot of misinformation out there about the procedure. In this blog post, we’ll dispel some of the most common myths about hair transplants and hopefully give you a better understanding of what to expect if you’re considering this treatment option.

Day 1: Getting Ready for the Procedure

On the day of your hair transplant procedure, you will need to do some final preparations to ensure everything goes smoothly. First, wash your hair with a mild shampoo and let it air dry. Do not use any conditioners, styling products, or other treatments. Second, make sure to wear loose-fitting clothes that won’t irritate your scalp after the surgery. Third, eat a light meal before the procedure so you’re not too hungry during surgery. Arrive at the surgical center early so you can relax and get mentally prepared for the procedure.

Day 7: Beginning of the Healing Process

It is common to see some scabbing on the scalp 7 days after a hair transplant. This is part of the healing process and nothing to worry about. The scabs will fall off within a few days and new hair will start to grow in its place.

Day 14: Scabs Start to Fall Off

The scabs that form after a hair transplant are critical to the healing process. Without them, the newly transplanted follicles would be susceptible to infection. However, once the scabs start to fall off, it’s an indication that the healing process is well underway.

During the first two weeks after a hair transplant, it’s normal for the scabs to become loose and start falling off. This usually happens around day 14. While it may be tempting to pick at them, it’s important to resist the urge. Picking at the scabs can damage the new follicles and disrupt the healing process.

If you’re concerned about how your scalp will look as the scabs start to fall off, don’t worry. The shedding of the scabs is a natural part of the healing process and your scalp will eventually return to its normal appearance.

Day 21: Progress From Hair Transplant Surgery Becomes Visible

21 days after your hair transplant, you will finally start to see some visible progress in the form of new hair growth. This is an exciting time for patients, as they finally get to see some tangible results from their surgery. While the new hair growth is still very thin at this point, it is a clear sign that the transplant was successful and that new hair growth is on its way. Patients should continue to care for their transplanted area according to their surgeon’s instructions in order to ensure optimal results.

Day 28: Swelling and Redness Subsides

It’s been 28 days since my hair transplant, and the swelling and redness around my donor and recipient sites has finally begun to subside. I’m still healing well and following all of my post-operative instructions, but it’s nice to see the external signs of surgery disappearing. My friends and family have also commented on the difference in my appearance, which is always reassuring.

I know that there are still a few more weeks to go in the recovery process, but each day brings me closer to having a full head of hair again. I’m feeling grateful for the successful surgery and optimistic about the future.

Day 35: Begin Laying New Hair

Today is day 35 after my hair transplant, and I am finally beginning to see new hairs growing in! It’s been a long process, but well worth it. My surgeon said that it typically takes 3-4 months for new hair to begin growing, so I am right on schedule.

I am so excited to see the results of my surgery, and can’t wait until my new hair is fully grown in!
I have been instructed to use a special aftercare shampoo that is specifically designed for post-surgical hair care. I have also been told to keep my scalp moisturized, and avoid too much direct sun exposure. Following these instructions is key in order to ensure that my new hair grows in healthy and strong!

Day 40: Results From Hair Transplant are Finalized

It’s been 40 days since your hair transplant, and you’re finally seeing the results. Your new hair is growing in thick and full, and you couldn’t be happier. You’ve waited a long time for this moment, and it’s everything you hoped it would be.

Now that the transplanted hair has settled in, you can start to style it however you like. If you’re not used to having so much hair, it might take some time to get used to styling it. But once you find a style that works for you, you’ll feel more confident than ever before.

Your hair transplant was a success – Congratulations! Now enjoy your new head of hair and all the compliments that come with it.


40 days is a relatively short period of time in comparison to the overall hair transplant process, yet it is such an important one. The results after 40 days can be dramatic and your hair should start to look thicker than before – making this day-marker vital for gauging how successful your procedure has been. It’s normal to experience some shedding at the end of those 40 days, but if managed properly you will still see great improvements. This change in appearance may seem small now, but over time the effect of your surgery really kicks in and you can begin enjoying that gorgeous head of hair sooner rather than later!