yes totally agree there is a big change having shaved head but having no worries about scars and scalp showing will be amazin :) hopfully chat again when i find whats right for me n get it done many thanks:)
my hair transplant and scalp reduction nightmare :(
Posted 19 July 2012 - 11:36 AM
@ Phil87 - I've got some really interesting news for you.
####, a practitioner at our Birmingham clinic, went through a very similar set of experiences to yourself prior to becoming a HIS client, and later a HIS practitioner. Multiple transplants and a scalp reduction is something he's been through too.
#### has offered to speak with you personally, either on the phone, face to face or over Skype, to give you a really clear idea of what to expect. He can show you his own scalp and tell you about his experience so you can see where your treatment would be headed.
No pressure whatsoever, the decision is entirely yours. #### just thought by volunteering it might help you put things into perspective.
If you want to take him up on his offer, just call 0845 604 4618 and ask for ####.
Posted 26 July 2012 - 11:30 PM
Posted 27 July 2012 - 10:35 AM
yes mate have scar along the middle of my head on top n a few scars were they gave me a new crown then scars from transplants there coverd by my hair but very bad if cut short when
Posted 31 July 2012 - 09:19 PM
Just guessing here
I would say you would need the whole head and you will need the scars done also, I don't think you can have the whole head done without the scars being done.
The scars take extra time and treatment, you may be looking at extra treaments because of this.
Damien is the man to ask, the man with all the info... he doesn't bite
Posted 01 August 2012 - 07:48 AM
Most of the guys here would agree that having your whole head done would be the best idea. It does allow for slightly better blending with the scar area, and if your scars are flat and smooth, your results are likely to be good.
It is up to you though. Quite a few of our clients have just the scar treated without having their full head done, but this approach still requires you to shave your head anyway, so it makes sense for most people to have a full head treatment while they're in the chair. This also allows for further recession of your real hair, so you're effectively future-proofed
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