Is Hair from the Donor Area or Zone Permanent or Will It Thin with Age?December 4th, 2019
Q: Does donor area hair thin with age? – T.W.
A: Hair taken from the donor zone is considered to be permanent and should resist changes related to androgenetic alopecia also known as genetic patterned baldness. In other words, it will not be lost. Through the natural aging process, hair diameters may decrease over time making the donor area appear thinner.
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Topic: Age for Hair Transplant, Growth After Transplant
Tags: After FUT Hair Transplant, Age for Hair Transplant, Age-Induced Hair Loss, Hair Thinning
2019-12-04 Updated 2019-12-05
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