How hair transplant methods work?
When you schedule your first consultation for FUE in Miami, the most important question before you begin planning will be, am I a good candidate? We see amazing hair transplant results in the media and our social circles more than ever today, but the impression that it’s a one-size-fits-all solution isn’t entirely accurate.
Follicular unit extraction has made it possible for more people with androgenic alopecia to restore their hair through a virtually scarless procedure. The recovery is faster than ever and the results more natural looking. However, there are a few criteria that must be met for you to get the most out of FUE.
Miami FUE- these considerations can affect your hair transplant
1.Your general health and age:
Technically, you can have a hair transplant at any age, but it’s not recommended for younger people in their 20’s or otherwise at the beginning of their hair loss. The reason is that patterns of shedding can be unpredictable, and their rate of progression isn’t known yet. A hair transplant procedure may have to be repeated if it’s done early, then the remaining native hair falls out.
Physical and mental health should be stable. Your doctor will discuss any medications you’re taking or potential illnesses that could impair healing. Likewise, skin conditions of the scalp could preclude you from FUE.
2. Is your hair loss genetic?
If you have a predictable form of hair loss and your relatives do too, you’re likely a good candidate for FUE in Miami. We assess each client to determine if they have a different, temporary cause for balding which would require medical attention.
Some traumatic reasons for baldness like burns, scars, or traction alopecia will qualify for the treatment.
3. What’s your donor hair density like?
Hair transplant surgery involves redistributing the hair you already have. We only work with the growing hair on your own head, so we’re limited by the available supply. Male pattern hair loss typically leaves dense hair growth at the back and sides of the scalp where follicles are resistant to DHT. That makes a person with balding limited to the crown, an excellent candidate.