Before undergoing a hair transplant, your surgeon will make several considerations before declaring you proper fit and proceeding with the procedure. These considerations are to identify whether you are suitable. Here are some reasons and situations where hair transplant is not possible:
If you face extensive hair fall, the transplant will not be possible.
Extensive Hair Fall
For a hair transplant procedure to be successful, excellent and healthy follicles are required to cover your head’s bald area. However, if the hair fall is excessively level, the donor area will start looking bald after donating some hairs.
Hairs are Still Dense
If the thinning area is still dense enough to have enough space for the grafting process, a hair transplant won’t be possible. After the procedure, natural hair around the surgery sites falls off temporarily. However, in the case of dense hair, a good amount of natural air can fall. Hence, it might do more harm than good.
Medical conditions like Diffuse Hair Loss and Alopecia Areata can stop you from getting a hair transplant.