When Toronto FUE patients ask about risks, Dr. Torgerson is pleased. That’s because it means that they understand that all cosmetic procedures, even the minimally invasive ones, can carry a risk of complication. It means that they’re more likely to have realistic expectations too, which translates into greater satisfaction. How is that so?
People who choose follicular unit extraction (FUE) at our Toronto clinic and expect a little discomfort, swelling, or delayed results are often the happiest with their entire process. The reality is that today’s FUE technology systems, like the advanced SmartGraft of NeoGraft devices, make hair transplantation and recovery far easier and more comfortable than ever before.
Gone are the long, painful incisions and a high risk of infection. Gone are the apparent scars that came with old hair transplant techniques too.
But if you plan FUE in Toronto, you should expect at least a week of inconvenience and some discomfort, which is well worth it. Your doctor will set you up for success with essential instructions for FUE recovery.
We’re also going to outline a few of the things to watch for as you heal to ensure that the process goes smoothly.