Why doesn't everyone????

zdm632

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all they have is a thin coverage with incorrectly aimed hairs.

MAybe, but thin coverage is always better than no coverage. Amnd don't forget that you can transform that "thin coverage" in a completely ok coverage with just some sprinkles of concealer, if you really want. Which is not available if you have no coverage at all.
Incorrectly aimed hairs is not an issue, if the hair transplant is done by a good surgeon.

And in a lot of cases, the reamaining hair of balding people looks horrible/sketchy.
 

Masakage

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Well I think people sometimes are too hopeless to try to solve their problems. There are many guys who accept their balding and just shave it off. Then there's guys like us who try to fight it back. For me, the only downside to get a hair transplant is money (currently). I just turned 22, and my income isn't going to be enough for a transplant right now. However, I already did the mathematics, and if I am to plan this well I could travel to Europe and have one in a 6-7 months. I'm currently Norwood 2.5 approaching Norwood 3 (although it seems to have stabilized). If I'd have one, it'd be a triangle shaped TP that would be placed on my head, basically on the temples and frontal to the middle of my scalp. Then I'd maybe do anther TP years later on the mid-back section. I don't want to be too late for a TP. I am a newbie when it comes down to this so I should probably research more on transplants when the time is right, and more importantly to find the right surgeon for me.

To the guy who was complaining about why people get transplants... lol, seriously? If we were at peace with our balding.. well we probably wouldn't be here, but the better question is why are you even here then? I've seen various TP results, they were very decent. A friend of mine had a FUE, he planted 4k, results are decent and he doesn't even appear to be balding, from NW4 down to NW2, great results. You don't have to get HUT anymore and in the unlikely event where it gets screwed up, you can just buzz it off, real simple. Better than living with the fact that you haven't tried and regretting it later in life.
 

zdm632

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Yeah honestly there should be a cure. It doesn't make sense to me there is no "fake" option that is legitaately almost as good as the real thing. So we are short 7k grafts for a full hair transplant, why can't we transplant off someone else's head, like some girl and pay her 10k for her donor hair? Or pay someone else for donor hair that doesn't care? That should be advanced to where we can take donor hair off someone else.

Transplanting other people's hair is not possible, because the immune system rejects skin grafts. That would lead to necrosis and nasty scars in the place the grafts are put.
 

WhitePolarBear

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To the guy who was complaining about why people get transplants... lol, seriously? If we were at peace with our balding.. well we probably wouldn't be here, but the better question is why are you even here then? I've seen various TP results, they were very decent. A friend of mine had a FUE, he planted 4k, results are decent and he doesn't even appear to be balding, from NW4 down to NW2, great results.

People who bash hair transplant usually aren't bald (yet). They don't understand it's our only option when we are bald.

Some NW2-3 still fantasize about how they will wear a wig when they too far gone. "I'm not stupid, I won't have a hair transplant!"

They just don't know that a hair piece is not a viable solution for hair loss. For someone who is bald and hates it, there's nothing left beside a hair transplant.
 

Masakage

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People who bash hair transplant usually aren't bald (yet). They don't understand it's our only option when we are bald.

Some NW2-3 still fantasize about how they will wear a wig when they too far gone. "I'm not stupid, I won't have a hair transplant!"

They just don't know that a hair piece is not a viable solution for hair loss. For someone who is bald and hates it, there's nothing left beside a hair transplant.

Well, I don't want to throw hate at people who wear wigs or anything, as I understand that balding itself is extremely frustrating and people have the right to do what is comfortable for them, but a hair transplant is definitely the best option as a permanent solution. I mean a wig is very costy (decent ones that is), they aren't stable, you have to spend tons of time to wear them, your activities are limited, very limited, and the worst part about it is that you have to live with a secret your entire life, that you're trying to hide your baldness.

A transplant on the other hand is permanent, although sure it is expensive a bit, nonetheless it's worth it, if you really value your hair. Advantages would include: Permanent hair line, not held in constriction to any sort of activity, you don't have anything to hide, you'd have hair... something that we all here want.. Yeah it's logical that a transplant > wig.
 

saturnsc2

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when you consider the cost of constantly getting treatments or wearing a rug, the initial cost of a hair transplant seems high, but it's a one time cost & last a lifetime. which is the better bargain? been there done that....

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Well, I don't want to throw hate at people who wear wigs or anything, as I understand that balding itself is extremely frustrating and people have the right to do what is comfortable for them, but a hair transplant is definitely the best option as a permanent solution. I mean a wig is very costy (decent ones that is), they aren't stable, you have to spend tons of time to wear them, your activities are limited, very limited, and the worst part about it is that you have to live with a secret your entire life, that you're trying to hide your baldness.

A transplant on the other hand is permanent, although sure it is expensive a bit, nonetheless it's worth it, if you really value your hair. Advantages would include: Permanent hair line, not held in constriction to any sort of activity, you don't have anything to hide, you'd have hair... something that we all here want.. Yeah it's logical that a transplant > wig.
agreed. I had 3 procedures in the mid 90's after being a class 5+ & it looks pretty good. i' thinking about another small session to bolster my hair line when I get the income tax check. we'll see...
 

drharkiran771

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Because hair transplant costs more (sometimes less) that totally depend upon the number of grafts you are taking and the normal price is 30000Inr that too is starting price and it can Fluctuate or change based on the clinic, Skills of doctor and Reputation and as well as number of grafts that you need to be transplanted.
 
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