I am Asian. I lost all of the hair in the front. I understand that black hair and white skin (my situation) is more difficult to get good results. True or false?
True. Asian hair, which is often straight and black, is contrasted with a light skin color making the hair transplant less forgiving if it is done improperly. So while it is more difficult to get great results, it is not impossible. We have transplanted hair for many Asian patients over the years.
Here’s an example of one Vietnamese patient that has a Norwood class 6 pattern of hair loss. The photo on the left is before hair transplantation, the photo on the right is after 1 procedure of 1,852 grafts. Please click to enlarge.