During Your Consultation: Make Sure To Express Your Concerns And Ask All Of Your Questions
Every member of our staff at Nova Medical Hair Transplant in Miami is approachable, well-informed, and seasoned enough to deal with your worries and assist by walking you through case studies so you may get an understanding of the capabilities of our world-class surgeons.
Rest assured that results are the primary criterion by which we evaluate our performance, and if we do not believe we are capable of providing you with the best possible outcomes, we will communicate this to you. We will never take on a patient unless we are confident that we can exceed their objectives.
This is also the best time to speak with our experts about your concerns and any questions you may have.
During Your Consultation: Your Medical History Will Be Reviewed As Part Of The Eligibility Evaluation Process
At the very beginning of the appointment for the hair transplant, you will be asked to fill out a medical questionnaire. This will be the very first step.
This is an essential component in determining if a hair transplant or restoration treatment would be risk-free and successful for you, taking into account both your current and previous medical conditions.
Almost all patients who suffer from pattern baldness will be eligible for the procedure; however, there may be certain factors, such as medications, skin conditions, and previous or scheduled future surgical procedures, that might render the procedure impossible or mean that it has to be postponed for the time being.
Check out our website page on the balding process in men for additional information on what factors contribute to male pattern baldness and which medications have the potential to slow or stop the process.
The Next Steps: Analysis Of The Scalp To Determine The Cause Of Hair Loss
The next step in the process will include an inspection of your scalp. This step is essential for determining the entire extent of your hair loss, and it may also provide us with clues about the kind of operation that will be most effective for you. It also helps us determine how many hair transplants will be required in order to get the finest possible and most natural-looking outcome possible.
Some patients may be seeking for a fuller, denser appearance that seems thicker and more healthier than their hair ever did naturally, while others will just want a result that is more understated and natural appearing.
The extent to which the patient’s donor area is healthy will also have some bearing on the density, as will the question of whether or not hair loss has been concentrated in a single region, or has been more widespread.