Hair grafting is a safe technique with very few complications.
The appearance of frontal oedema is not considered a complication, this is an anticipated, temporary clinical response that occurs during most grafts. It slowly moves vertically through the face and disappears within 3 to 4 days. It can be subdued with 30 mg oral prednisone for 3 days.
True complication from hair transplants that may occur, although uncommon, are:
Scant growth of the implants is one of the complications of hair graft
The average expected growth of implanted follicles with current techniques is 90%. When survival of the grafts is low, some of the following factors may have influenced in the risk factors:
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