Yeah they check if they see sowmthing weird when they scan your bag but when they open the bag and see the medicines they don’t say anything...I don’t know what’s the regulations but have 4 boxes of proscar is nothing serious also when they know u had a hair transplant they try to not bother u a lot
When I first did this, more than 10 years ago, my head was bandaged immediately after the procedure. The next day the gauze was removed. 2nd procedure, the wrap was no longer used. I guess they figured out that it was not needed after all. 3-4-5-6-7 procedure - no wrap. You can now wear a cap, leaving a space between the head and the inside-top of the cap, (nothing touching the grafted area to avoid dislodging a graft).
The way to avoid embarrassment is just tell them you had it done!
Whether the extraction tool is motorized or not isn't really the question. What determines the nature and extent of FUE scarring and donor damage are the punch sizes used, the extraction pattern and spacing within the donor, and the extractor's skill.
Which method do you guys think results in less damage to the donor area like less scaring and lower transection rates? I think this is the most import aspect of this for me and remember someone saying manual fue was better in this regard. What's the consensus on this?