The distribution of your hair in hair grafts in a Class 7 pattern is dependent upon (1) your donor density (available supply of graft without depleting the donor area, (2) your styling preferences, (3) the thickness of your donor hair (Hair mass of each shaft which is a measurable criteria) and (4) your pocketbook. A good doctor should be able to set up realistic expectations for you here. You must recognize that the bald area is three times the area of your entire donor area and that only a little over half of your donor area can contribute grafts to the bald area which means that a little over 1/5th of the hair is movable to cover an area 5 times the size. Anybody can figure out that the math doesn’t work, so how do you get good results when there is such a limitation? That is the ART that the doctor does the surgery with a good design and an understanding of what he has to work with and what he can and can not accomplish. The key is to communicate this information to you, the patient.
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