Am I a decent candidate for a FUE Hair Transplant? (photos)
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FUE hair transplant candidate
I recommend you begin a medical therapy such as Romaine, Propecia, Laser therapy or PRP to slow the progression of your hair loss. However, based on your photos and age, it does appear you are a good candidate for an FUE procedure. The risks a complications of the procedure are very minimal. Good luck!
The most reliable way to determine if you're eligible for a hair transplant would be to see a doctor in person. But, based on the images and the information you've provided you seem like a candidate for FUE. When looking for doctors make sure you find one that has experience working with your type of hair and doing similar corrections to what you'd like to achieve.
Curly hair transplant
You likely would be a good candidate for a hair transplant. Harvesting extremely curly hair could be a bit more challenging. However, in answer to your question regarding risk factors, it is considered a low risk procedure.
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Photos cannot assess if you would be a candidate for surgery. Usually this involves seeing a doctor in person.
Photos cannot assess if you would be a candidate for surgery. Usually this involves seeing a doctor in person. FUE is just a harvesting method of harvesting the hair follicles.
Your hair loss pattern is typically amenable to hair transplant. You have short hair in the pictures that you supplied, so FUE is typically the better option if you plan to keep your hair short. Your hair is too short to tell if its curly, but FUE can become challenging if their is too much hair curl. You will likely continue to lose hair and should consider medical therapy such as Propecia, Rogaine, and PRP if you are medically able.
Based on the photos and your history you appear to be a good candidate for FUE restoration of the hairline and front of your scalp.Minoxidil and/or Finasteride(Propecia) may help prevent further loss towards the crown.
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