Hair loss due to hair cut?
You seem to have classic genetic male patten hair loss. You may have had miniaturization of the hair follicles before the hair cut and the hair cut accelerated the hair loss that would have happened eventually over time. Your donor hair which is in the back of your head looks nice and Dense and you are a good candidate for hair transplant. See a hair transplant specialist in your area for an evaluation.
No treatment for bad hair cut other than time.
Sorry for the bad hair cut. It sounds rather traumatic. Only time can tell if your hair will grow back.
You may want to see a doctor for an examination to make sure you don't have genetic male pattern balding.
There are some treatment options for male pattern balding.
Solutions following bad haircut
Sorry to here about your bad haircut experience. Thankfully a one time bad hair cut experience, even if the hair was pulled out, shouldn't result in permanent hair loss. I would definitely encourage you to try topical rogaine and or propecia to address the overall hair loss and thinning issue. Once your scalp has recovered from the shock of the shears, you should notice normal hair growth returning. If you still feel the crown is too thin, you may be a good candidate for hair restoration depending on the overall density of hair growth on the back of your scalp. Good luck
Hair Transplant Will Help
Earleast Thank you for the pictures but a consultation is necessary for an accurate assessment. I , myself , had a very similar hair line. Three months ago I had a hair transplant performed by my expert team (google You tube Dr Berkowitz Hair Transplant).
I can offer you a transplant:
- Without Linear Scars
- No Staple
- No Sutures
- Faster Healing
- Comfortable environment
I have patients travel from Ohio all the time. As a realself patron you would receive 2 nights hotel stay included.
During your consultation we can also talk about other things that you can do to maintain your current hair.
Hair loss by shears
This type of hair loss is essentially a type of traction alopecia. It is temporary and you should return close to the density as before the shears were used.
It might not be 100 % matching because traction can sometimes accelerate genetic hair loss a bit.
Long standing traction hair loss can be permanent but not a one time event like described
If concerned be sure to see a hair specialist for consideration of minoxidil (can speed regrowth of traction) and possibly topical steroids (can also help early or "acute" traction hair loss