If you’re one of the 56 million people affected by hair loss, you may be interested in ways to maintain a fuller head of hair.
Men experience some degree of baldness, or alopecia, at a higher rate than women, but both sexes experience a form of hair loss as they age.
About 40 percent of men aged 35 or older see noticeable hair loss.
That number jumps to 80 percent by the time a man turns 85.
For women, 80 percent will see noticeable hair loss by the time they turn 60.
“How long will hair transplant last” is a frequently asked question during the initial consultation.
It is a reasonable question since the patient wants to know how long they would be able to enjoy their wonderful new hair.
You cannot ask how long hair transplant will last without taking the hair restoration team into consideration.
The best clinics typically have a 98% success rate. Unfortunately, these days, you really do get what you pay for.
Substandard procedures are being offered. These would not last forever and you would have to go back for more hair transplants in no time.
As a patient, you have every right to wonder how long will hair transplant last?
However, the truth is, that results will vary based on your choice of surgeon, number of follicles, type of procedure and existing condition of your hair.
With over 2,000 procedures performed, you can be assured that you will have the most natural look with the most advanced techniques in the cosmetic industry with Dr. Mendelsohn and his team at Advanced Cosmetic Surgery & Laser Center.
Smartgraft Hair Transplants with Jeff Thomas from Q102 Cincinnati