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Can You Get A Full Hair Transplant When You Still Have A 90% Full Head Of Hair?

Discussion in 'Hair Transplants Information - General Discussions' started by christ111, May 6, 2018.

  1. christ111

    christ111 New Member My Regimen

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    my hair started thinning about 5 years ago but it is only visibly noticeable when my hair is drenched in water where you can see parts of my scalp, but whn dy my hair looks thick with no bald spots

    i read that after a transplant, remaining natural hair will eventually fallout permanently, which is expected
    but i have also read its best to get a transplant before you go fully bald
    but why? if the natural hair will eventually go bald so would require a new transplant

    so which is the best way?
     
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    kj6723 Senior Member My Regimen

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    If you're getting a transplant as a low norwood, ideally you want to be taking finasteride or dutasteride to maintain your existing hair in order to avoid this issue, as most ethical surgeons will tell you
     
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    no.

    it wont replicate natural hair density.

    they are cosmetically not viable unless you loose enough density. anything inbetween and it will look off in comparison to your native hairs.... especially around the hairline, this is a tricky area.

    finasteride and min is all you need
     

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