David Never Got Used to That Kind of Hair Loss
David’s donor hair was fine and he had extreme hair loss. He required 2 procedures, one to build his hairline and mid scalp and the other to finish the crown. It made a huge difference in his appearance. He opted to start his hair line further back so his hair transplant would look age appropriate and completely soft and natural.
I never thought about my hair much, until one day, while looking at candid photos of a family outing I realized that I was nearly bald on top. I never got used to seeing myself in photos as my hair loss increased. I have three brothers over forty and none have thinning hair like me. I checked out hair replacement on the Internet and even got a video in the mail but was not comfortable with the idea because I had seen a couple of bad hairlines over the years. My hair is very thin and I was concerned that the hairline might look artificial. When I sad down at PAI and learned about their technique for producing a natural hairline I immediately felt confident that they would give me the look I wanted. The micro and multi-unit graphting technique gave me me a completely natural look and I couldn’t be happier. My barber was astonished at the natural appearance I have. I wish I’d found PAI five years ago. David Smith 3-25-09
Sometimes There is Too Much Hair Loss for Just One Procedure
In this video Ken talks about why he had two procedures. Sometimes, depending on the size of your hair loss, even if it’s completely gone, one procedure may be enough. More often than not, it requires two procedures to cover the entire area.