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Hi there, hoping you may be able to assist. I am confirmed to head to turkey to see dr Cinik early January 20 with him doing the canals and overseeing the procedure. 
 

i have been receding for a number of years, am almost 40 and the only reason I haven’t so far is the downtime required as am in a senior head of sales and marketing position with a conservative firm. 

I am quoted to have 2-2500 grafts through FUE method and sedation. 

my question is whether 6 weeks will be enough time for the redness and swelling to go as am client facing?

the clinic has been very helpful however feel like I could lend some advice from people that have had it done rather than an attempted sales pitch. 

any pics of stages would be much appreciated and any tips for a speedy recovery

Thanks I’m advance 

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Swelling only occurs after the initial 2-3 days and usually subsides by end of week 1. As far as redness goes, everyone is different, but after 6 weeks I'm sure it won't be noticable at all.

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3 minutes ago, Lohvisa said:

Swelling only occurs after the initial 2-3 days and usually subsides by end of week 1. As far as redness goes, everyone is different, but after 6 weeks I'm sure it won't be noticable at all.

Thanks Lohvisa. Have noticed some people also get bad dandruff and acne in the donor and recipient area?

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