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  1. David aka - TakingthePlunge
    July 30, 2014 @ 1:50 am

    Alix,

    For most men with hair loss, achieving full, natural density is not possible. We have a finite number of hair follicles on our heads. To treat balding with hair transplantation, we have to move follicles from the rear and sides of the head to the bald areas of the scalp. In other words, we now have to cover more area with less hair. Thus, there has to be a balance between coverage and density.

    A skilled hair transplant surgeon will take a number of factors into consideration when planning a case. Factors that affect the number of grafts required are the area to be covered, hair color, skin color, hair caliber and density of hair in the donor area.

    The best way to find out just how many grafts you’ll require to meet your hair restoration goals is to consult with one or more hair transplant surgeons. I suggest viewing our interactive map to locate the surgeon nearest you. You can also schedule free online consultations with the physicians of your choice.

    David

  2. Alix
    July 3, 2014 @ 9:17 am

    I want to know, how much hair follicle is required to have your hair dense like it was before? is it possible to achieve good result in one hair transplant session?

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