How about doing a small hair transplant? Is this reasonable?

I don’t need a hair transplant now but maybe in the future I will. If that happens, do I start off with a small hair transplant and then get more as the balding progresses?  I’m curious if in the future I ever do need a small one. Whats the minimum amount of grafts you can have for a hair transplant or the minimum they would be willing to do (provided of course you only needed a very small amount obviously and had very minimal hair loss)

I always tell patients that a hair transplant should be part of a Master Plan for genetic balding that is a progressive state in all men. There is no such thing as being a ‘little bit pregnant’ so if you are going to do a hair transplant, plan it and take your time. A good decision today is a good decision tomorrow.

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