Pakistan’s prime minister has gotten a hair transplant a few years ago. His results are amazing. However, even with the hair transplant sometimes he looks like he has no hair in the frontal zone and sometimes he looks like he has a lot of hair in the frontal zone.
Here is a picture under the sunlight where his front zone looks empty. Photo
If Nawaz went for another procedure, is there any possibility he can get a result where even if he stood under the sun, his hair transplant results would show a fuller appearance in the frontal zone? Please give your advise.
Nawaz Sharif could fill up the frontal area with another procedure and get some more hair on the top of his head, but as has a Norwood class 7 balding pattern with what appears to be fine hair, I doubt that he will ever look completely full.
In our practice, we have performed hair transplants on people with fine and average weight hair. Those with fine hair, never really look full although I have done upwards of 9000 grafts on these people; however, with an average weight hair we have succeed in getting good coverage with a good styling technique to enhance the distribution of the transplants with about 9,000+ grafts. Many Asian class 7 pattern patients will not have the density to move that high number of grafts, so even with a better hair thickness, the ability to extract and move 9000 grafts may not be possible if the density is typical of most Asians.
Of course, one other way you can give the appearance of fullness would be through the use of Scalp MicroPigmentation (SMP).