in your earlier blog you said that best time to do a hair transplant is when the hair loss becomes unbearable and you(doctor) has something to work upon.however in your recent blog you said that it is better to have hair transplant in early stage. what exactly in your view is the better option?
For starters, you need a Master Plan to understand what is going to happen to you.
Hair transplants work well early in some men if there is obvious balding, but just having miniaturized hair and some thinning may be better treated with medications like Propecia (finasteride) before considering a surgical approach. Frontal areas, as they bald, work well with hair transplants, while crown areas may take huge amounts of hair that will not meet your needs in the supply/demand ratios of your hair density and scalp laxity.