Extent of the Hair Loss
It is important to evaluate the current state of the hair loss and how it might progress. With ongoing hair loss, we need to determine what your hair might look like in three, five, and ten years. If you have widespread baldness and thinning, then hair transplants might not be the best solution.
Cause of Hair Loss
Sometimes, hair loss occurs as a one-time circumstance because of trauma, stress, or illness. You might not be a good candidate if the hair loss occurred due to medications or chemotherapy.
Hair transplants don’t work well for people who have experienced injuries to the head. Thick scars on the scalp make it difficult to transplant the hair follicles.
Do you have good, healthy hair follicles that can be harvested from the donor zone? We will evaluate the density of the area and the amount of hair that is available to determine how much coverage can be transplanted.
The severity of your hair loss will affect whether your expectations can be met with this treatment. Every hairline is custom-designed. Dr. Sharma will discuss the desired density and appearance with you during your consultation.