A good hair transplant candidate is anyone who is concerned about his or her appearance and wants to improve it. Patients come to Bosley for help with thinning areas on the scalp; treating a bald spot on the crown; and restoring a receding hairline — as well as for help with thinning eyebrows, beards, or mustaches.
What makes you a good candidate for hair transplant?
Who is a good candidate for hair transplant surgery? You may be a candidate for hair transplant surgery if you have healthy hair growth at the back and sides of the head to serve as donor areas. Donor areas are the places on the head from which grafts and flaps are taken.
Is everyone suitable for hair transplant?
Typically, men whose hair loss has progressed beyond class 3 or above on the Norwood Scale are good candidates for hair transplant surgery, as long as their pattern has stabilised. If your hair loss has been progressing for five years, you are probably also a good candidate.
Who is a bad candidate for hair transplant?
Individuals with serious health complications.
Although hair transplant surgery is a relatively simple procedure that can yield amazing results, those who have chronic health issues like heart disease, kidney or liver failure, diabetes, and more, may not be suitable for such a surgery.
Who is a good candidate for FUE hair transplant?
The best candidates for FUE hair transplants are those experiencing hair loss on the top of the head or near the front of the hair line or in the crown and have good thick hair in the back of the head. More donor hair inthe back means greater hair density can be restored.
What is the best age for hair transplant?
Although hair transplants can be carried out on anyone above the age of 18, it is advisable not to have a transplant until the age of 25+. Younger men may not be the best candidates since their hair loss pattern may not yet fully be determined.
Do hair transplants look natural?
With the skill and experience of our hair transplant surgeon, combined with some of the latest technologies, the results of hair restoration surgery can look so natural that it may appear as though you never lost your hair at all. …
How long does transplanted hair last?
Must know facts about hair transplant:
1) The transplanted hair behaves like natural hair and sheds between two to four weeks of transplant. The roots thereafter start sprouting hair naturally and continue to do so for a lifetime.