Before you make an appointment for a hair transplant, you first need to know what your options are. Many people watch the video of the 2000 Graft FUE Hair Transplant and believe that this is the best option. While it is a very valid one, it may not be the best for you. There might be others that will work better. Let’s go through the steps that you need to take when determining the extent of your hair loss and what you want to do about it.
1) Determine Where You Are On the Norwood Scale
The Norwood Scale is used to chart the extent of a person’s hair loss. It includes pictures of hair loss patterns. Each pattern is assigned a number and a letter, with the smaller the letter (and the closer to the beginning of the alphabet) the less severe the hair loss. While you can determine your status on your own, just by comparing your image to the chart, the surgeon that you meet with will do this as well. It’s best to familiarize yourself with it.
2) Do Some Research
The next involves doing plenty of research on the available options. The 2000 Graft FUE Hair Transplant video is one good piece of this puzzle. It shows you just how an FUE hair transplant works. However, there are other hair transplantation methods and non-surgical options like Hair and Skin Science Melbourne’s PRP hair loss procedure offered by companies like. You should familiarize yourself with as many of them as possible. This way, when you meet with an expert, you’ll already know what he or she is talking about. You might even be able to figure out which will work best for you on your own, after reviewing the options.
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3) See a Professional
Now is the time to see a professional in the hair loss field. While you could skip the general “professional” step and just see a surgeon, it’s best to meet with a standard professional first. You don’t want to be swayed to get hair transplant surgery right off the bat when something else may work better. Plus, you need to see if you are even a good candidate for hair transplant surgery. Depending on the extent of your hair loss and your overall health, you may not be. It’s good to find out before you proceed to the next step.
4) Find a Clinic
If you do indeed want to get a hair transplant and the professional that you met with thinks that you’re a good candidate, then this is your next step. You should research hair transplant clinics in your area in order to develop a list of about four of them. From there, contact the clinics and schedule an initial consultation. Take the time to ask the surgeon questions, see before and after pictures, and even check out their testimonials from happy clients. Narrow these clinics down to the one that you like the best, and then make your appointment. You’re ready for your hair transplant!