I am very, very bald and 60 years old. I am having a hard time believing that you can really help me. Please let me know why I should believe that this enormous bald area on my head can really be covered with hair.
Some people with advanced balding, low hair densities and high contrast (black hair and white skin), can not get great coverage with a hair transplant. On the other hand, if you have lower contrast between your hair and skin color, higher densities, good character hair, and a loose scalp, you might be surprised at what you could achieve by the artful distribution of hair in the hands of a good hair transplant surgeon (see below for an example). There is real art in making less hair look like more hair and that is just one of the reasons why you need to shop around. Come to one of our open house events and you will be able to examine these patients yourself and make your own judgments. If you have a wife, female relative or friend whose judgment you trust, bring them too, as women have more discriminating views on what they see than men.
This patient is in his mid 60’s and had multiple procedures, totalling 6,036 follicular unit grafts transplanted. “Before” is on the left, “after” is on the right.
More photos of the above patient on the NHI site: Patient ZU