A hair transplant is the most effective solution for the problem of balding. Everyone who has a hair transplant wants their hair to be not only strong and dense but also natural. But achieving strong, dense and natural hair depends on your personalized hair design plan.

Factors to Consider While Planning a Personalized Hair Design

Doctors take some factors into consideration before planning your hair design. Not taking these factors into account will result in disappointing results.

The structure of your hair strands plays an important part in planning. Some people have thick and some people have thin hair strands. Thick hair strands do a better job of covering up your scalp. So, if you have thin hair strands then the doctors would have to harvest more grafts from your scalp.

One of the most important factors determining the success of the operation is the density in your donor area. Having denser hair in the donor area is important because it enables surgeons to harvest more grafts from your scalp. More graft means better results.

The largeness of your balding area is almost as equally important as the density in your donor area. Because the number of grafts needed for the operation depends on the largeness of your balding area. So, they are both very important.

Another important factor is the stage of your hair loss. If you are already losing your hair, then it will continue even after having a hair transplant. That’s why it plays an important part in planning your hair design. Doctors conduct analyzes to predict how your loss will continue and plan their steps accordingly. You may need to have another transplant operation if your hair design is not planned correctly.

The last factor is the shape of your face. Doctors do some calculations to figure out the best hair design for your face. If not calculated correctly, your hair will look very unnatural.

Planning Hair Design

First, the surgeon conducts an analysis of your hair. This analysis identifies your hair structure, the pattern of your hair loss, balding ratio and the hair located on the donor area. After this analysis, the surgeon decides on the number of the needed grafts and how to plant these grafts on the balding area. Once these calculations are complete, the surgeon draws a plan for your hairline. The surgeon does all of these calculations scientifically and aesthetically as well.

Planning is crucial in hair transplantation. If it is not done correctly, it will lead to bad results. You may even have to have another hair transplant. So, do your research and choose your surgeons carefully. Make sure that the surgeon is informing you about every topic we mention in this article.