In your experience do patients typically require more transplants down the line, if so how many typically? I can stay on fin to help with this, but I’d like to avoid having to do multiple down the line. Maybe one more in my 30s/40s to keep the hair looking natural if recession drastically continues, but I’m a little hesitant as I don’t want to get roped into having to do continuous surgeries every 5-10 years for the rest of my life.
I have had patients stop at one hair transplant, more common in the older male population when their Norwood Balding pattern is stable. In younger men who jump the gun, following the hair loss with additional hair transplants is not uncommon. That is why careful planning is critical in using up a limited donor supply. A good Personalized Master Plan for every man is needed.