This is a follow-up to a post from last week:
last week a question was posted about Prince William which you opened your doors to William if ever he decided to go down the hair transplant route…
my question would be – What would you do for William? we can all see where his future lies with his hairline, obviously we do not harvest an adequate amount of donor hair to cover the whole of the balding area, what would be the way forward for william in your opinion?
and also off the subject, i picked up on the comment made by the blogger, something to the tone of “feeling sorry for william on his wedding day, his looks seem to have diminished due to his balding process……” have you seen his wife? hes not doing to badly!
I’m sure you’ve heard the saying, “Bald is beautiful“. With respect to Prince William, I am sure if he is bothered by his hair he would have done something for it. He looks like an excellent candidate to take finasteride and see what happens with the medication alone. One reader commented that they didn’t like Prince William’s thinning hair and wondered if he would be a candidate for hair transplant surgery. Yes, he’d likely be good candidate if that is what he wanted to do about it.
So hypothetically, assuming he has an average hair density and scalp laxity (the ideal scenario) he could cover the entire scalp with two surgeries. The first procedure would be the most dramatic, giving him a non-balding hairline with a frame to his face and some fill for the thinning top and crown. I couldn’t get too into specifics, as I’ve not met Prince William.
When and if he came to transplant, we would do almost exactly what we did for reality star Jon Gosselin. He had only one surgery and we did not address the continuing hair loss to the top crown area, which appeared to worsen. Jon has a similar hair loss pattern, but his hair is black as opposed to the royal’s blondish-brown hair. Since Jon’s hair loss gives less contrast to his skin, Prince William should attain better results.