I have a large forehead, my goal is to minimize my forehead by at least 2 cm... I have researched both these methods and this is what i have come up with so far... Forehead reduction can wield more hair density than hair transplants, as well as acquire results much quicker... However hair transplants involve fewer risk, but are more expensive... If i plan to grow my hair long, then hair density wouldnt even matter right? Everything wuld cover? Are hair transplant grafts strong? my hair wouldnt fall out if i pulled it?
Hair transplant or forehead reduction for smaller forehead? (Photo)
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Hair transplant or forehead reduction for smaller forehead?
Thank you for your question. Thank you for your question. Loss of hair is a natural process when it is between the limits that the body can restore them. When the capacity of the body to restore the hair loss is beaten by the excessive hair loss then we can name this situation something that should be treated, To obtain alive hair follicles implanted in higher rates, the latest technique being used is not the only manner, it is also affected by compliance of implantation area that we found a better way to improve as a result of our researches, The Organic Hair Transplantation. By this new and unique Organic Hair Transplantation Technique, before the extraction and implantation processes; we regenerate the implantation area with injection of stem cell enriched fat tissue. Regeneration of cells in target area before FUE transplantation with the support of stromal stem cells results in higher rate of alive thicker hair follicles
It is best to see a doctor in person for an examination before considering a specific type of surgery.
It is best to see a doctor in person for an examination before considering a specific type of surgery. Your examination will determine if you are a candidate.
There is no way I would recommend a hairline lowering in a young man. The reason is progressive hair loss and the inevitable exposure of the hair line scar and need to have transplants to cover it. A conservative HT is the only way to go in my opinion. Also don’t forget to address the issue of ongoing hair loss with non surgical options with your hair restoration surgeon
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You have a receded hairline
This is genetic and you can expect more recession over time. Only hair transplants are the way to go to put back your hairline where it belongs
You need to treat the problem which is hair loss!
Your hairline is receding. Therefore, hair transplants are the more appropriate answer. If you reduce your forehead, your hairline will continue to recede and now you're left with a scar that's not covered by hair! Don't jump right in to it though. There are medical therapies that are inexpensive and may help as well (finesteride). See a hair transplant surgeon in your area for an evaluation.
FUE and FUT Hair Transplant
Hair transplantation is a great way to help achieve your goal. It has much less downtime than a forehead reduction. The cost, while it may seem higher, will actually result in a longer lasting effect. In other words, you have a receding hairline which is genetic. It will likely increase as time goes on and thus the effects of a forehead reduction would be short-lived. But in terms of hair grafting, we can do it such a way that you may never need a touchup, but that is dependent on the amount of genetic hair loss you experience.
To answer your other questions, hair grafts are as strong as your other hair. Hair density is not dependent on how long you grow you hair. Once the follicle has healed, it would behave just as another hair on your head.
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