» » A big difference for him, Dr. Umar roughly how many grafts (scalp donor)
» » you think he has available if one day he needs a touch up?
» Good question.
» In the instance of HFH, there is abscence of non head hair (genetic).
» Based on this limitation, the present hairline is the most aggressive
» recommended for him. ALl future hairloss would be catered to using head and
» donor hair. He has at least 3500-4000 of these grafts in reserve. Given his
» age, I estimate this to be enough for future needs if any.
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What if this guy goes to a NW7. the most recent transplant you gave him
in retrospect, looking back if he were to go to that severe level of thinning, would be viewed as way too aggressive, and used way too many of his available grafts for far too small an area.
If someone were a NW7 would you transplant over 4000 grafts into the area you just transplanted on this guy? I think it would be considered foolish, since the rest of the scalp would be severely thin, in comparison,
\what if the sides from the part line down, and from the crown back, were as severe as most NW7, the frontal hairline you just planted would look ridiculous at that point
dont you think if guys were for whatever reason, to recede to this point, of severe hair loss, after having received such a thick frontal top , that they would be basically out of luck at that point> and not be able to fix their hair with the remaining grafts"?
\ hen what?