hi, i want to ask, hypothetically could a NW7 get an FUE but instead of getting a natural hairline get his grafts redistributed to a Mohawk so he would have no hair growing out of the sides but instead have all his hair concentrated to a 1 inch thick line going from the front to back and if that could be done, how many grafts would that be?
I’ve never had that request before, but yes, it is distinctly possible. What I tell all my patients is that the good and bad news about hair transplants is that they are absolutely permanent. As a young man, a mohawk may be a great idea for your particular look, but at 60 years old, will it still be great? Depending upon how thick you want it, it might take between 2500-6000 grafts.
Note: The image to the right is of the iconic Mr. T — and as far as I know, he didn’t transplant the mohawk to his scalp. I’m just using the photo as an example of the hair style.