Can I Have a Hair Transplant If I Have Fine Hair?May 31st, 2005
Q: I have fine hair. Is that a problem for a hair transplant? — N.R., Boston, MA
A: Fine hair will give a thinner look than thicker hair, but will look completely natural. Thin hair doesn’t prevent one from having surgical hair restoration, providing your donor density and scalp laxity are adequate. These would need to be measured.
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Tags: Donor Hair, Donor Hair Density, Fine Hair, Hair Transplant with Fine Hair, Hair Weight, Scalp Laxity Posted by Robert M. Bernstein M.D. on May 31st, 2005 at 10:07 am