So i read that you CAN'T achieve full density after hair transplants. But let's assume following:
Let's assume that i know for a fact I'm gonna be a Norwood 3 my entire life (after I'm 21 years old). I have average donor hair/hair thickness with NO diffuse thinning. Is it possible to restore it back to Norwood 1 or 2, so it looks full even after it's wet and with bad/good lightning so I don't have to "style it a certain way so its appears full"?
I understand the logic that u cant do that with a high Norwood scale. But with a lower scale around 3? I Can't see why THAT is not possible?
I hope your guys understand what I'm asking. Let's get a debate going. Cheers!