I am 47 and would like to get a hair transplant to fill in my crown. I am assuming that I am still loosing my hair there because it is not yet completely bald. I was wondering if there were any risks or concerns about filling in the crown before the hair loss was stopped.
I am debating between FUT and FUE techniques for hair transplant. I am fairly young and hair loss is not too extensive at this point. With what I can gather, this means I am more likely to need an additional procedure in the future. When you have a second procedure does this mean you also have an additional scar? This might help make the decision between the two techniques.
I had a hair transplant years ago and had folliculitis soon after. I am planning on having my second hair transplant soon and wondering if I am more likely to have folliculitis again since I had it the first time. Also, is there anything that I can do to prevent it from happening this time around?
I have been smoking for going on 20 years now. I have tried dozens of times to quit with no real success. I desperately want a hair transplant so I think that might be just the motivation to get me to quit. How soon before my transplant do I need to quit smoking and how does smoking affect the hair transplant?
I am 52 and about a IV verging on a V of the Norwood Scale. I am most interested in filling in my crown and was wondering about how many grafts this would take.
I am a 56-year-old male and had a hair transplant years ago. The scar from the previous procedure never healed well and I was wondering if it would be possible to do anything to repair it. How would this be done and what sort of result can I expect?
How do you know if you are a good candidate for hair transplant or not? Are there some people who do not make good candidates?
Is it really necessary to consult several surgeons for hair transplantation before picking one?
I have been thinking more and more of getting a hair transplant. I think I would like to make the next step and schedule a consultation but I am still hesitant, I suppose because I have no idea what to expect. Can you tell me what happens during the consultation?
My hair transplant was nearly a year ago. Unfortunately I suffered shock loss. The surgeon said the hair would grow. It still hasn’t. At this point is my hair lost or is there any chance that it will grow?