I read with great interest, your answer to the person who wore a hair system that stunk. Systems stink and it’s not only the smell that I am talking about. This is only one of the problems I am faced with. I don’t have a lot of money. If I did, the place where my system is serviced would take care of me as often as I want. They suggest once a week, but they want $60 for a full service. Frankly that is alot of money when you consider that I have to take off from work to have it done. In the past 10 years, I have spent over $10,000 in hair systems and the costs of replacing the one I have now will be another few thousand dollars. It really does need to be replaced. I want to know how much will a hair transplant cost me and how many transplant procedures will I have to suffer through? I am 35 years old.
Most people who are 35 have already established a mature pattern of hair loss, so first you need to find out what Class of hair loss you have. Read Assessing Hair Loss and then get back to me with photos of yourself with wet hair and dry hair, showing the full extent of the hair loss. A phone consultation with me will be specifically focused on your individual needs. Generally, the less the balding, the less expensive will be the process. A Class 3 reconstruction might run between $3000-$6000 and if your hair loss is stable, then more surgeries may not be necessary. For the very bald person, the cost can climb to range between $10,000-$15,000 (these prices are based upon our least expensive Standby program). Please see Fees and Financing for more information.