Hmm if they have machines do the implanting, that would make it cheaper right? Since you can scale it up more than a surgeon doing the implanting. Though I imagine a surgeon would still have to oversee everything.Good question. I know they are both planning on having machines do the implantation. Stemson will start out manually, but Kyocera has already developed a device for Tsuji. I think you would have to shave. That's a good incentive to stay on finasteride, or to use one of the upcoming advanced AR antagoninsts.
Ah ok I wasn't aware of that. So they can basically give you double density, and then when you lose your natural hairs it goes back to regular density? I wonder what it means if they don't know your final pattern of hair loss though. How would they know which areas to reinforce?You know they can just over compensate for loss, right? Unless necrosis is stopping them from intersecting into where you still have hair, they'll just overlap. Once donor maintenance and preservation is no longer a factor, there is nothing stopping them from being aggressive and shoring up areas that still have hair.