Are you put to sleep for hair transplant?

Yes, during a hair transplant procedure at Clinic Effect, patients are typically not put to sleep using general anesthesia. Hair transplant surgeries are commonly performed under local anesthesia, which means that only the specific area being treated is numbed to eliminate any potential discomfort or pain.

Local anesthesia allows the patient to remain awake and aware throughout the procedure while ensuring a pain-free experience. It also helps minimize the risks associated with general anesthesia and allows for a faster recovery.

During the hair transplant procedure, you may feel some pressure or mild sensations as the surgeon extracts and transplants the hair follicles, but you should not experience any significant pain. Clinic Effect’s experienced team will ensure your comfort during the surgery and provide any necessary guidance or support throughout the process.

If you have any concerns about anesthesia or the procedure itself, it’s best to consult directly with Clinic Effect, as they can provide detailed information and address any specific questions you may have.

For more information on hair transplant procedures and the approach taken by Clinic Effect, you can visit their official website at