Hi. I have a few questions for you that I hope you can help with.
First off, I have had multiple transplants so I would ask you not to insult me by sending me advertisement-type answers. I found you by Google searching so I don’t know much about you.
As I stated I have had multiple transplants. Dr. X and then Dr. Y were the two physicians I met with. Dr. Y’s scars from the donor area are rather large, Dr. X’s less so. But I did have a problem with one large graft falling out that essentially left a small ‘holish’ scar on my bald spot in the back of my head. Something I am not happy about but it is not that bad.
My hair is thin. It always has been. I am 39 years old now. I do not think I have much hair left to give from my donor areas without the back of my head starting to look bald too. I am right at the brink of what is acceptable re-distribution of the hair from the back of my head to the front of it.
It seems like you are strictly a hair transplant outfit but I thought I would ask for your opinion anyway. I do not think of myself with a full head of hair, I just want enough up front and even on the bald spot to have a stronger looking hairline overall. What would you recommend? Thank you for your time.
To address your question, you need to be evaluated directly. As you are local to Los Angeles, I ask you to please visit our open house on January 12 to meet some of the repair patients we have done. We have an open house event every month in our office if you can’t make this one. Read our repair articles published in respected medical journals, and get a private consultation to walk away educated with your options clearly defined. I will not insult you with propaganda and if you look at our website you will see that we are quite professional in the way we manage the medical hair restoration practice.
For more information about repairs, please read these articles:
- The Art of Repair in Surgical Hair Restoration Part I – General Aspects of Repair and Basic Repair Strategies
- The Art of Repair in Surgical Hair Restoration Part II – The Tactics of Repair