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Head Shape As A Factor For hair transplant Surgery

Discussion in 'Hair Transplants Information - General Discussions' started by Pablo234, Jun 8, 2018.

  1. Pablo234

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    As part of my research I've been assessing so many different areas, perhaps a little too in depth at times . . however this is something I can't find much info about online, and strikes me as potentially being quite a fundamental factor in terms of how aggressive surgeons can be with hairline placement and graft usage etc.

    So the head shape question - we all come in different shapes and sizes. Are there obvious pro's for candidates with perhaps a thin forehead/front half of head, and wider at the back - resulting in a larger surface area of donor grafts, and a smaller surface area for the recipient? And of course, would this mean vice versa in this scenario - it'd be a negative?

    Head shape definitely affects the hair styles you can pull off, and whether or not you would suit being shaved down/bald - therefore I'd be interested in hearing from the more informed users on their opinions on this?

    Thanks
     

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