I will assume that such a density will produce less than 100% growth. As the first doctor to perform dense packing (1994), I think that this is a reasonable comment. Also, with such a high density, the area covered will be limited so if this person is very bald, then it is possible that there will never be enough donor hair to cover the bald area as donor hair is limited. Most people (particularly from India) have donor densities that limit the number of total harvestable grafts to under 7000. With the densities shown here, this patient hopefully will never bald or he will run out of donor hair.