Is it possible for a guy to grow long hair after a hair transplant, long enough to wear a ponytail? Before and after pictures never show guys with long hair.

Yes, it is possible for a patient who had a hair transplant to allow the hair to grow to a length where a ponytail could be worn.

The only thing that really determines how long the hair will grow after hair transplantation is how long the patient decides to wait before he or she has a hair cut.

Follicles that are moved from the donor area to the recipient area grow to full length and have no limitations on length of growth just because of the fact that they were moved from the donor area to the recipient area.

Searching the internet you can find before and after photographs of both men and women who have let their hair growth to a length after the procedure to where they are able to wear a ponytail.

Posted by: Dr. Charles