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During the planning stage these variables must be taken into account :


bulletThe receiver area (bald area) is analyzed as well as the capacity of the donor area (normal growing hair) to service this area. In pronounced bald areas, normally three steps (treatments) are necessary to provide a thickness equal to a non-balding area.
bulletAn analysis will be made to determine what the projected need for replacement surgeries could be in the future.

Example : If a thirty-five year old man may need a simple small amount of hair replacement today, great care is taken to ensure that if he will require an additional surgery when he if Fifty that this reserve is maintained.
The truth is that you can only replace hair that is already lost so hair that is genetically programmed to fall out at age Forty must be corrected after age Forty when the hair follicle is gone.

bulletThe donor’s area density in terms of number of hairs per square centimeter.
bulletType of donor hair (straight, curly) and how it matches the receiver area’s hair.
bulletDiameter of hair : thick or thin.
bulletThickness of scalp.
bulletColor of hair : black, brown, blond, gray or white.
bulletElasticity of the scalp.
bulletAnalysis of the normal hair growing cycle.

After studying the elements above, the team designs a plan that best fits the client. The transplanted hair starts to grow naturally after about ninety days. It will continue to grow about one centimeter a month for the rest of your life. After eight months from the initial surgery, a second surgery may then be scheduled in order to thicken up a once completely bald area if necessary.

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