hair-transplant-grafts.jpg After hair transplant surgery, people are facing a typical problem of no-hair growth. The grafts planted are dying before they are placed. The reason is, during the hair restoration process the grafts that are left out of the holding solution for a long period, or kept under the microscope for a prolonged period of time, dry out. Grafts can be injured in the dissection process or can be traumatized during the placing – if they are grasped too tightly or manipulated too much. Properly hydrated, grafts will survive outside the body for many hours.