Senior Member TC17 Posted April 19, 2009 Senior Member Share Posted April 19, 2009 This is probably a question more for the physicians, but does anyone have an idea at what stage a doctor will feel comfortable filling in a crown? For example, say someone is a NW 4 at 30 years old and has a family history of progressing to a high Norwood 6. Is it possible to reserve enough grafts to ensure that if the patient reaches that level of baldness that he has enough to fill in the entire area with maybe 40cm/sq? Can a doctor work around existing crown hair so that it buys you X amount of years with a fuller looking crown, and then an eventual thinning to maybe 30cm/sq of purely transplanted hair? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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