Are you planning on undergoing hair transplant surgery because of your seemingly irredeemable hair loss and baldness? But hold it! You can’t walk into the operation theater without knowing what to expect or what the outcome of the surgery should be.
Undergoing hair transplant surgery is a right step in the right direction, no doubt. But there are questions you need to ask and get answers to before embarking on the journey. You don’t want to come out regretting your decision, do you?
What if it’s possible you could solve your hair loss problem without needing surgery?
You don’t want to go into the theater like a robot. Do you? You need to ask questions and then go in as an informed man.
Well, here are the top 10 questions you must ask before undergoing hair transplant surgery.
1. What Are The Procedure Team Credentials?
Funny Enough, some procedure teams do not have a medical doctor. So, be sure you are going to be in safe hands before going ahead with the hair transplant surgery.
2. Will You Get a Full Medical/Laboratory Evaluation?
This question is necessary because an extensive medical/laboratory evaluation will help to determine the actual cause of the hair loss and what would best take care of the problem.
3. Do I Need A Referral, Or Any Special Papers?
Your health insurance may require you to follow the procedure. Make sure this is clarified with your provider.
In the course of your referral, every important thing that has been done for you in the past six months, including blood-work/lab-work would need to be included in the papers.
4. How Many Grafts Would I Need?
It is important you ask about the number of hairs per centimeter. Note that hair density and numbers vary by race and they reduce as one age.
In a situation where a man has complete male pattern hair loss, an extensive restoration may be needed.
This may take up to eight thousand grafts in order to be able to get a density of forty-five grafts per square centimeters.
5. Can My Hair Loss Be Reversed Or Stopped?
Hair loss can be completely stopped in some cases. However, this depends on what is causing the hair loss and whether the evaluation is done early enough.
The earlier the intervention the better the result.
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