Value of zero is equivalent to complete baldness of area. Increase of value indicates shift towards appearance of hairs to full restoration at maximum value.
Baldness: 0 | Recommended Value: 30 | Full Restore: 50
While researching hair transplant surgery, there are a number of tools out there that can assist with narrowing down a search for a doctor you like and are comfortable with as well as finding a location close by and a price range you would feel comfortable with.
While nothing can replace a one on one consultation with a doctor to understand the issues in your specific hair loss situation and what steps are recommended to correct it, using these tools will save you lots of time and help you to better understand what is needed to finally correct your hair loss.
One of these tools that can assist with understanding what costs you might be looking at when it comes to hair transplant surgery is a hair transplant graft calculator.
There are plentiful amount of these tools available from various outlets online for you to plug in numbers and get information based on your specific needs.
What the calculator does essentially is estimate how many grafts you might need on your head. Of course if you know the price per graft for the center you have your eye on, you can then figure more or less, how much you’re looking at price – wise.
The hair graft calculators typically ask users to choose the area of the scalp they are looking to have issues resolved on and exactly how much hair they will need transplanted to that area to give ballpark on how many grafts are needed to do the job.
The final amount, of course, will vary not only by doctors and their fees, but also from person to person depending on even the size of their head. Even if these might not be the final number you need to make your hair transplant decision, the calculators are a good tipping off point in beginning to understand what will be involved for the next steps in your hair restoration journey.