Yes! Hair transplant surgery redistributes existing, healthy hair from areas of the scalp with dense, lasting hair, to areas of the scalp where the hair has gone bald, or is thinning. This donor hair is usually genetically encoded to virtually last a lifetime. Conventional hair transplant re-growth rates are at about 90-95%. With "The Gold Standard"- Microfollicular Unit transplantation method, there is 99-100% growth.
No. Remember, the technique redistributes existing, healthy hair. It does not create any new hair. So, it is not possible to provide a “full” head of hair. However, a comparatively small amount of hair transplanted expertly can produce the illusion of substantially more hair than there actually is. It is amazing how often the end result looks as if it really is a “full” head of hair. The results will improve how you look to others and to yourself.
A hair transplant is usually almost fully grown approximately 9 months after an “All Follicular Unit Mega session.”