Monday, July 07, 2008

Get a Full Head of Hair within 30 Seconds

Hair transplantation does not produce new hair, the procedure basically is the relocation of hair from the back of the scalp to the frontal area of the head. Since an adult head never decreases in size, we must take into consideration that the more hair loss one encounters, the larger the area of baldness there is to cover. Based on this fact, understanding and obtaining the best distribution of hair to cover weak areas of the scalp is of extreme importance when wanting to achieve the look of a full head of hair.

In 95% of men, the areas of greatest thinning are at the vertex and the center of the top of the head. Because of this, one who may start to experience balding should take into consideration hairstyles that will diminish the look of thinning hair. A center part is one style that can show weaknesses of thinning hair, as seen in the following pictures. Let's also take a look at pictures taken at the same time, but with a change in part location only. The difference is very clear:

The one and only exception that we have seen is Northwood class 2, as seen in this photo: