High Norwood Scale Treated In A Single Session

Surface Area = Supply & Demand

So called Mega and Giga Hair Transplants when performed to the highest standard allows the individual to achieve the maximum aesthetic result in the shortest time frame, less down-time away from work and excuses to friends, family and colleagues

The large movement of grafts in a single session; much is dependent on the quality of the donor zone characteristics on how many grafts can be removed safely and maintain the quality of the donor area as best as possible

Technical ability and planning is required to ensure the grafts can be harvested, divided into the natural follicular units, the recipient sites made and the placement of the grafts administered efficiently

The patient must also be prepared when undergoing a large hair transplant procedure; the day will be relatively long and the individual will need the virtue of patience to allow the medical team to perform the operation with efficiency but care

Prior to any surgery the donor and recipient area will have their best properties; the donor having the best density, laxity, no scarring and the recipient has also never been touched or impaired.

For individuals with a high Norwood pattern, Nw4 and above a normal goal is to cover as much of the balding surface area as possible and ideally in a single session to achieve a result in one pass

Individuals suffering from advanced Male Pattern Baldness (MPB) will require anything from 4000 to maybe as much as 8000 grafts or follicular units to achieve total restoration; some candidates will not be able to achieve these numbers due to deficiencies in the donor hair safe zone

There are often compromises that need to be made to achieve a balanced coverage and natural looking density; most common is the hair line position and design

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