I was wondering if it’s possible to get a hair transplant to increase density on top even if I’m not balding (but have naturally thin, fine hair). If I had no hairloss say by age 26-30, would it be possible to transplant hairs into the top in order for my fine hair to look more full? Again, my hair looks generally normal but since my hair is very fine, an extra 5000 grafts implanted into the top and crown would really help a lot, as the finer the hair, the higher density needed to achieve a “thicker” look. So if my hairline was a NW1, and I wasn’t balding, but had fine hair all over, would it be possible to get a HT to increase my hair density on the top in order for a better look overall?
Today, most surgeons would frown on doing surgery on a young man without hair loss. Surgery has consequences. Depleting your donor area is not a good idea because men with fine hair may not be able to move 5000 grafts in their life-time without getting donor site depletion. It would be likely that with 5000 grafts moved to the top of your head, you would have a see-through donor area.