If you have had or are considering a hair transplant, you might be interested to know the best ways to measure the success of your results. A patient may receive 2000, 3000, or even 4000 follicular unit grafts, but how do they really know whether or not all the hair really grew? There may be a few patients who have friends or relatives with amazing eyes and patience who can count each hair graft one by one; however, this solution isn’t very realistic.
Hair loss forum member “Time to do Something” suggests that a hair restoration physician may have a mathematical formula to calculate the approximate hair growth yield which can determine the success of a hair transplant. View this hair loss forum thread to engage in this discussion and offer your input.