TIMTIM Staff asked 4 weeks ago

I’ve lived with my hair that’s been bald for years. I want a hair transplant. What should I expect from good hair transplantation?

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TIMTIM Staff answered 4 weeks ago

Good hair transplantation is hair transplantation with a certain frequency and natural appearance. In successful hair transplantation, when you look from the outside, there is no trace of planting.
 In the case of successful hair transplantation, the position of the front hairline should be well planned, and the image should be indented.
In good hair transplantation, the skill of the specialist doctor, manual dexterity, design and artistic ability is very important. The angles of the channels opened for the hair follicles to be transplanted and the directions of these angles must be compatible with the angles and directions of the natural hair before the hair loss. If the angles and directions of the planted hair are the same as the angles and directions of the natural hair, after the planting, natural-looking, the patient can be combed and styled as desired.
If the angles and directions of the grooves opened for the hair follicles to be transplanted cannot be adjusted well, undesirable images may appear, including the “grass man” appearance.