October 27, 2016
Among people who develop baldness, most experience it on crown area of the head. Actually, different people have different levels of crown area baldness.
Therefore, each individual requires a different number of hair grafts. Here are the details. How many grafts do I need for my crown hair transplant?
This blog post explains how many grafts a person needs for a full crown hair transplant. If you have lost hair on the crown area of the head, this topic is for you.
Most people lose hair from the hairline and crown areas and these are the areas where baldness mostly takes place.
Hair density can be different for two different individuals which mean hair grafts required to fill an area varies from person to person.
In general, 800 to 3600 hair grafts can be transplanted in a session depending on the donor supply and the recipient area.
About 5000 hair grafts can be transplanted in two or more sessions. Please note: one hair graft can grow 2 to 5 hairs.
The number of hair grafts required to cover the crown area of the head depends on the level of hair thinning or baldness that a person has.
An individual who needs to know an estimated number of hair grafts required should visit a hair restoration surgeon.
To ascertain the number of hair grafts a person should have, Norwood Scale or Hamilton–Norwood Scale for male pattern baldness is used.
Most people can have a complete crown hair transplant in a single session but some people (with more baldness) may have to undergo two sessions.
This blog post explained that different people require a different number of hair grafts to get complete crown hair growth. A person can have up to 3600 hair grafts in this area.
If you have lost hair on the crown area of the head, you can try our latest crown hair transplant. Please feel free to contact us anytime if you want to know its cost.
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