These factors include:
- The state of your hair loss
- The suitability of your donor area
- Your age
Let’s take a look at what all these factors actually mean.
The State of Your Hair Loss
In order to measure and identify the state of your hair loss, you must first contact an expert on this field. There are various stages and also different patterns of hair loss which must be addressed accordingly.
Your family history is an important indicator that might give you a clue about how your hair loss will progress. If you have members in your family who have advanced hair loss, there is a high probability that you end up the same. But if your hair loss is slowed down or came to a stop, then you are a good candidate for a hair transplant operation.
We, here at esteGrande, study our patients’ individual cases attentively. Contact us if you want to know more about the state of your hair loss.
The Suitability of Your Donor Area
This factor is associated with the first factor we have mentioned. You may consider it as a continuation of the first factor.
Each patient has a different amount of donor follicles which can be transplanted into the balding areas. This depends on the state of the patient’s hair loss. Having advanced hair loss makes the operations harder. In these cases, transplant surgery should be planned very carefully, or it may lead to very unnatural-looking results.
Consider consulting an expert without losing too much time so that you can get the most out of a hair transplant operation.
The age factor is a bit tricky. It is hard to say precise or absolute things about the age factor because it varies depending on the patient. But there are some average numbers regarding the age factor that might provide you with a general understanding of this subject.
Experts generally don’t recommend patients under 25 to have hair transplant surgeries. Because hair loss mostly does not come to a full stop in younger patients. Also, it is harder to predict how the patient’s hair loss will proceed. It can be done, but it may not be permanent, meaning that the patient’s hair will continue to fall out while his or her transplants stay intact. With careful planning, unnatural appearances can be avoided, but the patient will probably need to get a second transplant in the future.
Averagely speaking, the condition of hair loss settles around the age of 35. This means that most patients in their mid-30s can get permanent results with a single hair transplant surgery.
Contact us if you are considering getting a hair transplant. We, as the esteGrande family, can come up with an individual plan, unique to your condition, with promising results.