Hair loss can have a potent negative effect in overall assessment of age and age-related values. Hair loss in a younger person can contribute to an appearance of premature aging. Hair loss at any age can detract from overall appearance.
In some circumstances, hair loss may be the dominant factor in how a person is assessed. Overall appearance figures prominently in the way potential clients, customers, and employers view persons to whom they must give their trust. An initial interview can be skewed if the attention of the client, customer or employer is focused on an apparent defect in the person’s appearance. The perception of hair loss as a cosmetic “defect” influences the way in which both men and women may be assessed, but it is often a detriment to women more than to men. The bald man may benefit from the “Mr. Big” image of the powerful bald-headed man. However, there is no such image from which women may benefit; thinning hair is an age-related cosmetic detriment for women, no matter at what age it occurs.
With the advent of follicular unit hair transplantation, most individuals can receive results that are undetectable from the patient’s original hair. At Prasad Hair Restoration we believe that utilizing the best technology helps a patient look and feel their best. In our practice we use a combination of individual follicular units to build progressive density, from fine single hair follicular units to 2, 3 and 4 hair bundles. These scale progressively toward the center of the scalp to achieve the maximum cosmetic effect as efficiently and naturally as possible. This philosophy allows us to focus on a patients goals and work together to develop a customized treatment plan.
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