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What do you mean he's not a candidate? Thick hair, an intact hairline? I would say he's a great candidate? Well actually I'd say he doesn't need a hair transplant with that hairline. The density is a little low, but not visibly balding thin. The only issue I would say is that there's nowhere for the grafts to go, and putting them between existing hairs may compromise the blood supply...
Oh you mean he's not a candidate because he doesn't need a hair transplant?
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Hair actually looks thicker short, when long the front looks noticably thin, but when short you can't tell. Some thinning at the vertex though, no sure ig a hair transplant would be advisable there at this stage. I would almost certainly say that further down the road, if this progresses, a hair transplant could be quite successful.
He's not on finasteride. Plus paying such a big amount of money for virtually no difference.
No one will be able to tell there is any improvement, maybe not even himself if he experiences shockloss.
When I said it was wrong to reject patients, I was talking about people who were already NW5 and not on finasteride.
It's already a problem for me to plan this second hair transplant because I kept going bald in the NW6 area.
So I can't imagine what kind of messy journey he's embarking on. He would need other hair transplants as he continues to thin.
The question is: "When is the right time?" Should I wait until it's thinner? Or do I do it now?
But then, if it wasn't thin enough, I'll need another hair transplant for the hairs that will have thinned in the meantime.
You see where I'm going with this. This is not a safe and realistic long-term plan.
It would cost a load of money, without mentioning the constant worrying about every possible outcome.