I’m pretty close if not completely norwood 7+. I realize this severely limits what I can expect from a hair transplant. I am currently 40 years old, and have been balding since 20. So I’ve been on fin and minox on and off throughout the years. I know there’s only so much you can say if you don’t see me personally, but I just wanted your opinion as an expert. At a norwood 7, would it be possible to have graft or FUE done to the “top” of my head so that I have coverage on the top enough to create an “undercut” look. Currently, I shave my head completely. If I had the transplant done, I would still plan on shaving the sides and “under” the top. I realize this would possibly make scarring visible and obvious, which I understand is a very important thing to consider. I would think micropigmentation would help with this, right?
I was just curious if you had ever performed this kind of look, and whether or not you thought it would be viable with such advanced hair loss.
I have performed hair transplants on hundreds of Class 7 pattern patients. Some have had a very high number of transplantable grafts and some have not. See: https://baldingblog.com/question-about-class-6-pattern-of-balding/. If you want to consult with me, write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. To evaluate you correctly, I need to see some photos to show your balding, and one of them should be a frontal view with your hair pulled back and your eyebrows lifted high so that the creases on the forehead show up. This will show me anatomical landmarks to measure where your hairline belongs and more about the shape. Tell me what you don’t like about your hairline and overall hair situation. Please include your phone number and the best times to reach you.