Before you decide to have it done, learn what makes
a good quality hair restoration result.
Details, details, details...
Before you decide to have your hair transplanted, find out how much attention the surgeon pays to subtle details like frontal hairline recreation, hair restoration at balding temples, hair angles used by implantation as well as overall blend between the transplanted and residual (native) hair.
DENSITY IS NOT EVERYTHING
Great hair density will not satisfy you long-term if the result will look unnatural. The older you get, the less density will be acceptable for you to have.
THERE MAY NOT BE A 2ND CHANCE
If you put yourself into inexperienced hands and let your hair transplant surgeon harvest more grafts than needed, your donor area might not be able to provide enough graft supply for the next possible hair transplant if this one will not end up as you wish.
IT´S A RISK IF YOU ARE NOT PREPARED ENOUGH
Getting a cosmetic procedure can be a big win or a big loss. There are great clinics and bad clinics to be aware of. Do you know how to spot the best and avoid the worst?
PREVENT YOUR FURTHER HAIR LOSS
Start already preventing your hair loss before your surgery, to make your hair stronger and thicker for the procedure, in order to minimize shock loss and get a fuller result after 12 months.