I am a 35 year old male (of Korean descent) and I currently have a Norwood 2 hairline (by checking the top of my hair with a mirror).
My question is in regards to hair transplantation for those who are at the early stages on the Norwood scale. I know that most responsible hair transplant doctors will not treat Norwood 2 patients. Thus, my question is what is the minimum stage a person must be at on the Norwood scale for a serious consideration of hair transplant surgery? Thank you.
I’ve been asked this before, but I’d have to advise a one-on-one consultation. Each case is different. It is possible that a non-balding person does not like the shape or the height of the hairline and wants it altered. Such cosmetic surgery is not hair transplant surgery for balding.