What Happens After A Hair Transplant And I Lose More Hair?

For the vast majority of men hair loss is progressive, only a small % of men will only recede to have a mature hair line; male pattern baldness follows stages of progressiveness, frontal third hair loss to total loss of hair over the top of the scalp

Deciding when to commence surgical hair restoration can impact of how successful over time the result achieved will be and the individual’s long term happiness; starting too early when hair loss is minimal can result in long term consequences

With Correct Planning & Graft Distribution Total Restoration Achieved In A Single Hair Transplant

With Correct Planning & Graft Distribution Total Restoration Achieved In A Single Hair Transplant

To create a natural result requires understanding what can be achieved with the hair resources available and then distributing the hair over the surface area to maximum effect from the hair line to the crown if required

As not all individuals will suffer from advanced hair loss some will require less restoration than others, but it is important that the donor supply, which is finite is not totally depleted to ensure restoration in the future can be carried out

When initially planning to restore an area of hair loss the surrounding areas also need to be assessed, weak, miniaturised hair that may still be giving coverage will recede in the future; placing into miniaturised areas will help to ensure the first hair transplant achieves a solid result

If total restoration cannot be achieved in a single procedure then it is important there is no demarcation line between the native hair and the transplanted area; as this will leave an unnatural pattern of hair growth

Restoring relatively small area of hair loss can result in chasing hair loss on a constant basis, requiring small touch-up sessions to camouflage small thinning areas; this can deplete the door area and long term reduce the total number of grafts available

Planning to cover the largest area possible gives the advantage of restoration in a single procedure and maintains the donor safe zone in the best quality if future procedures are required

Only a very small % of men can ever achieve total restoration of a high NW scale hair loss pattern in a single operation; and normally the crown even if covered will have a lower density of hair placed

For many this approach is considered the best, even with a lower crown density as they achieve full coverage from hair line to crown and a natural looking pattern of hair growth. If further density is desired it is still possible to achieve this with a another hair transplant in the future

Planning is vital from the first procedure, understanding hair loss for the majority of men is progressive; a genetic hair loss pattern can be a guide but not the rule and it is a gamble to just rely on this information

The age of an individual and hair loss pattern will play a large part when a hair transplant doctor assesses how to approach surgical hair restoration; an ethical clinic will have the individual´s long term well-being in mind and make known any concerns they may have if they feel the goals are ill-advised

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