is it possible for a transplant to look natural at all?

JAKE12321

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all the transplants i saw look very unnatural, also is it possible to go from nw2 to nw1 all the ones i saw are bald guys who get to nw3 after the surgery, and can you give me any advice?
 

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I think a lot has to do with hair texture of donor area as well. I saw a guy with a FUT scar and the hair on top looked absolutely awful. It looked like he was going to be suffering from permanent bed head.
 

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yes, of course, you just need to find 2 things:

1.Right clinic with latest equipment and tech
2. Latest technique for hair transplant

There are mainly 3 techniques FUE, FUT & DHI - Based upon my knowledge and research, I would prefer you to go for the safest and fastest method DHI- Direct Hair Transplant
 

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Not like this - do you all feel this it too tight? I assume this is a transplant.

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Good clinics can make transplant LOOK natural. If you want it to FEEL natural you will have to get at least 2 surgeries.
 

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Because doctors usually aim to achieve 50 FUs per sq cm in a single surgery. Natural density is usually 70-110 FUs per sq cm. So to achieve something that feels like nature you will have to get 2 surgeries.

thank you I didn't know that, you sound like you know a lot can you give any other advice ( if you have anything that you think is useful for hair transplants )
 

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thank you I didn't know that, you sound like you know a lot can you give any other advice ( if you have anything that you think is useful for hair transplants )
Idk just ask me what you want to know, or go to hair restoration forum, people there are more knowledgeable
 

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You assume it's a transplant because you're on a hair forum lol. Most people associate hair transplants with super pluggy and thin, so if you've avoided that look 99% of people won't be able to tell.
Just looks too consistent hairs with no amount of finer hairs up front. The skilled surgeons place finer hairs up front as more natural look.
 

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Just looks too consistent hairs with no amount of finer hairs up front. The skilled surgeons place finer hairs up front as more natural look.
100% agreed but no one looks at that unless you know what you are looking for.
 

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It is suppose to be natural....
 

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Thinning Sucks

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Considering it's a hair piece, yeah it probably should be.
 

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I remember being in college when Rambo II came out and he had that long hair down to his shoulders. Maybe it was a weave. Of course that was over 30 years ago so maybe it's just the normal progression of time....
 

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There's no telling what Stallone's real hair situation is. He is a veteran of steroids & HGH & cosmetic surgery.


As for transplants, they can look natural with a good Doctor + good results + minimal hair loss.

You don't see a lot of dense Norwood#1 transplants because most guys are not good candidates for it (no matter how much money they have or who the doctor is). Hair loss continues for life.

The showoff results on these forums & clinic websites tend to give you unrealistic ideas about what's achievable. Not many guys have enough (lifetime) donor hair supply to get more than 2-3 Norwood levels restored. If you have Norwood#6 genes than you shouldn't even shoot for Norwood#2 in front, never mind Norwood#1.

The important thing is not how much hair loss you have now. It's how much hair loss you will have decades from now.
 
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