Do You Really Need A Hair Transplant?

A Simple Guide For Hair Transplant Surgery 

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Hair loss affects men and women of various ages. According to the Canadian Hair Transplant Centre, you may be a candidate for a hair transplant. Here’s how to tell.

Start By Looking At Yourself In The Mirror

A few things to consider here are your age and current hair texture. You also need to look at the contrast between your hair color and your skin. Also, what are your expectations? Do you want to look like you did when you were younger? Or do want to have more hair in general? Before you go for your first consultation, you need to realize that your high expectations may not be met. If you go into this with a more realistic outlook, things will be better off.

Will You Need A Wig Instead?

The extent of your hair loss matters. If you are almost entirely bald, then you may not have enough hair to harvest to cover the empty sections. Without enough hair to transplant, your head will look patchy in sections. The results won’t look good. You might be better off covering the top of your head with a wig instead.

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People With Thick, Curly Hair Have Better Results

The texture of your hair determines the effectiveness of the results. If you have naturally thick hair that curls, then the balding sections will fill in better. People with very thin hair need more sessions to reach their desired results.

Male Pattern Baldness May Strike Again

Hair transplants won’t fool Mother Nature. Over time, you may lose hair from the areas that have been transplanted. Before your surgery is scheduled, an expert will examine your patterns of hair loss to see if a hair transplant will help.

Several Thousand Follicular Units Will Be Transplanted At Once

A hair transplant tends to move between 2,000 and 3,000 follicular units from one section of your body to the balding area. These are handled in strips, not in individual follicles. Once the grafts take root, new hairs will sprout from them, making it look like you have hair in that area.

The Color Of The Transplanted Hairs Matters

For your transplanted hairs to look like they belong on your head, they need to match your existing hairs in both color and texture. They also need to look nice with your skin tone. If they don’t, then this is a dead giveaway that you’ve had a hair transplant. Even the people at Canadian Hair Transplant Centre aren’t miracle workers.

What About Your Hairline?

People with a low hairline, also known as one that sits closer to their eyebrows, will need more additional transplanted hairs than someone with a high hairline. For the results to look natural, you may have to go for more than one transplant surgery.

What it all comes down to is how natural the hair transplant results will look and whether or not your expectations are realistic. After that, you can choose to go ahead with the surgery.


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