You can restore confidence, personal style and the freedom of a maintenance-free head of hair. The benefits of transplant procedures are numerous. However, there are a few restrictions.
Not all people are good candidates for hair restoration surgery
It’s essential to understand the success of hair surgery depends on the following factors:
1. Condition of the scalp, circulation and overall health
2. The severity of hair loss
3. The number and density of available hairs in the donor zone
4. The goals and expectations of the client
5. The progression of hair thinning
6. Genetics and hereditary tendency for baldness
7. Other medical conditions, illness or medications
8. The skill and experience of the chosen surgeon
When meeting with an experienced hair transplant surgeon for consultation, some of the questions they’ll ask are about your family’s hair loss history, how long you’ve experienced increased fallout, and your age. They ask because they want to get a sense of where your hair loss is going. Not everyone suffers hereditary hair loss the same way. Your rate, progression and severity may closely resemble that of other family members, so understanding your genetics is essential.
Looking to the future is critical for young clients because if hair shedding is progressing steadily at the time of transplant, your results will be unpredictable. Toronto hair transplant surgeons want you to achieve excellent results that last. For that reason, they’ll recommend you wait until shedding slows down or stops before intervening.
That‘s why young patients in their 20s are usually discouraged from choosing surgery too soon. Ideal ages are between 35 and 55 in most cases, yet because everyone is unique, your personal best plan depends on your decisions and your surgeon’s advice. We recommend you schedule a private consultation to learn more and begin planning the right approach for you.