REALISTIC EXPECTATIONS FAQ’S
The Griffin Center of Hair Restoration and Research in Atlanta, GA provides answers to some of the more frequently asked questions about realistic expectations of your hair transplant surgery below. Contact us today for more information.
Unrealistic expectations include achieving the density of original adolescent thickness, an unusually low or inappropriate hairline for your age, or the notion that hair loss will stop once transplantation has begun. A realistic expectation of each surgery is that an improvement will occur. Effective preventative measures are absolutely necessary
Yes, it is possible to restore a fuller head of hair. However, realistically the patient needs to be aware that he or she may never restore the thickness of their teenage youth. It is possible to achieve sufficient coverage to all balding areas, as long as the patient has adequate donor hair. Also, the patient must realize that it may require multiple surgical sessions to achieve the fullest possible coverage and use of a preventative program is absolutely mandatory.