How long does the transplanted hair live?

At Clinic Effect, the transplanted hair is intended to be permanent and live for the duration of its natural hair growth cycle. The transplanted hair follicles are taken from areas of the scalp that are typically genetically resistant to hair loss, such as the back or sides of the head. These donor hair follicles retain their inherent ability to grow hair even when transplanted to areas experiencing hair loss.

Once the transplanted hair follicles have successfully established a blood supply and started growing in the recipient area, they will continue to behave like natural hair. This means they will go through the typical hair growth cycle, which includes a growth phase (anagen), a transitional phase (catagen), and a resting phase (telogen). During the anagen phase, the transplanted hair actively grows, while during the telogen phase, it may shed naturally before new hair regrowth begins.

It’s important to note that the transplanted hair should be permanent, but individual experiences may vary due to factors such as the quality of the donor hair, the hair transplant technique used, and individual hair characteristics. Following the recommended post-transplant care instructions provided by Clinic Effect can help optimize the longevity of the transplanted hair.

For more detailed information and personalized guidance on the longevity of transplanted hair, it’s best to consult directly with Clinic Effect through their official website at