Minor To Major Hair Loss

Hair loss is generally progressive and although the ultimate hair loss pattern can be guided by an individual´s genetics this is only a guide and hair restoration should not solely be planned with genetic factors in mind

Assuming treatment does work they can control hair loss for many years; they need to be used correctly and the positive results will only continue while the treatment is being used; stop and the hair loss will commence

As emotive as hair loss is at a younger age be careful not to lose common sense over emotion as we are all older for many more years than we are younger; at the time it may appear the best solution but many have made this mistake and regretted their actions

Surgical hair restoration is not always the best first option, especially on a younger age; there is no way to determine how fast or the pattern of hair loss and fixing a low hair line can create complications in the coming years, a balanced coverage and donor management issues

The hair line can take a relatively high number of follicular units for the surface area to cover; using so many and fixing the hair line low will increase the potential surface area to treat in the future as hair loss progresses

As we age the hair loss pattern matures, even a man in their mid to late 30´s and early 40´s may have only receded over the frontal area, around a Norwood 3 hair loss stage; this allows designing a new hair line much easier

It is always important to research and get the opinion of multiple hair transplantation doctors; do not always take the word you are a good hair transplant candidate just because it suits you to hear this

Advanced hair loss sufferers generally have lower expectations in terms of restoration; a natural result is priority but expectations of a low adolescent hair line is not the top significance for many

With planning it is possible to rebuild the surface area of hair loss, and on the right candidate achieve total coverage in a single procedure, even if this means a slightly lower hair density over the crown

Achieving total coverage with a natural hair density in one procedure is time efficient for the individual, only means entering the donor and recipient areas once, causing as little change to the skin and better healing

If total coverage can be achieved it is common the hair density over the crown will be reduced compared to the placement over the frontal and mid-section; few candidates can achieve total coverage and even density from hair line to crown in one procedure

Planning with any hair transplant is important as the first session the scalp is always in the best condition to maximise graft numbers; a mutually agreed plan between doctor and patient will ensure that both parties understand what can be achieved and the long term happiness of the individual

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