Does Transplanted Hair Grow Like “Real” Hair?
Hi, I was wondering if the hair you add on is real hair, does it grow normally just like normal hair does? How long will the surgery take? How expensive is it? Accroding to your pictures, I’m at stage two of baldness, I’m currently using procerin, but the hair still falls, not as much though, I know the problem will continue and eventually I’ll go bald. I want to add on about an inch of hair down to my forehead all the way to the corners. I want to know what’s the cost of the surgery, your response will be greatly appreciated.
A hair transplant takes hair from the back of your head and moves it to where you need it (hairline, top, or crown). So yes, it grows just like normal hair, because it is normal hair. Pricing varies per doctor, and procedure length is measured in hours (depends on how many grafts you need transplanted). Our pricing can be found here — NHI – Fees and Financing.
Your brief description of hair loss is alarming because you state you have a Norwood class 2 hair pattern. What you may perceive as a hair loss problem may be that you are transitioning to a mature hairline, which is not a sign of balding.
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