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Who wouldn’t want a one-time, complete and permanent transformation for their problem of balding? New Jersey hair transplants are often advertised as “one and done” miracle hair restoration surgery and the prospect of never having to pay for another procedure or maintenance is enticing. However, there’s situational context and factors important to know for anyone seriously researching a hair transplant. Yes – today’s advanced hair transplant methods mean more natural-looking, dramatic and permanent results than ever before. Is the solution for hair loss one size fits all though? No, and each person should base their expectation on their personal hair loss situation and individual procedure.

One reason for variable results and expectations is because androgenic alopecia- the progressive, genetic type of hair loss known as male pattern baldness- is progressive. Affecting up to 70% of men and 50% of all women in their lifetime, this pattern of hair loss can be somewhat unpredictable in the rate and pattern of hair loss. Some men will begin to see a bald spot at their crown and within a few years, hair is almost completely gone. Others will see a recession of their hairline, some thinning on top, but then hold that amount of hair with very slow progression of thinning over decades. Because each person advances through stages of balding differently, the New Jersey hair transplant approach and results will also vary.

Limitations For Hair Transplant

Given the total of hairs a man or woman are likely to have on their head, there are only about 4,000 – 10,000 that could possibly be transplanted to redistribute fullness and cover baldness on the head. If a person loses the majority of their hair, there are limitations for hair transplant success. The donor supply at the back and sides of the head can usually restore fullness at the front of the scalp/hairline and partially at the crown.

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Androgenic Alopecia

The hair which is transplanted often is permanent, however it can’t prevent other, non-transplanted hairs from falling out.

Because of the progressive nature of androgenic alopecia, it is not reasonable to believe that hair replaced at the front and top of scalp will continue to achieve a look of fullness when hair all over the head continues to fall out over the years. For this reason, hair loss medications such as Rogaine (minoxidil) and Propecia (finasteride) are often prescribed in conjunction with procedures like hair transplants, to help slow down the progression of male pattern baldness. These medications are believed to inhibit conversion of Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) which is the hormone responsible for hereditary hair loss.

New Jersey hair transplant surgery can offer people a new lease on life with dramatic and natural looking hair restoration. Nonetheless, it’s important to approach any cosmetic procedure with realistic expectations and recognise that additional procedures for maintenance or correction may be advised in the future. We welcome you to contact the Nova Medical Hair Transplant clinic and speak with a hair loss expert who can help you plan for your personal best hair loss treatment.

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Hair Transplant Process

The FUE process is an advanced next-generation hair transplant micro-surgery. Click on the steps to get a simplified overview. For more details particular to your case, please consult with our doctor.

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