I am a black (African American) woman in my mid thirties, and in the top of my head and on the right side, in the front around my ears, my hair is continuously thinning and no new hair is growing so the area is getting bald. I chemically relax my hair, and when the straightened hair grows out and the new curly hair grows from my scalp, I notice that in the area with thin hair there is no new growth.
How possible would it be for me to get a hair transplant to that area of my hairline, that extends to my right ear, and about two inches back from my forehead?
I suppose it might be possible, but this isn’t something I could agree to doing without a consultation. You might not be a candidate for surgery. I don’t know how long you’ve been waiting for the hair to regrow, but it could take a year or two.
There’s just too many variables to be able to give you a yes or no about having a hair transplant without seeing you in person. I’d meet with your doctor to find out if this is chemically related loss or if there is something else at play like a series of autoimmune diseases which can cause localized hair loss. You should try to figure out why you’re losing hair before you try to surgically correct it.