ANNEXURE FOR THE CAMOUFLAGE AND FULL DENSITY METHODS Normal Density: http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/partner_MM/hair_5apt1.html The normal density of a non‐bald hair is about 90 grafts /sq.cm The baldness becomes visible only if the density falls below 45 grafts( follicular units) / sq.cm What this also means is , to achieve a full density look, one needs only 45 follicullar units/ sq.cm Camouflage Density: In a camouflage density, 20‐25 grafts (follicullar units) are implanted per sq.cm. So, there won’t be a fuller look, though once the hair length goes above 8cms, the hair can cover/camouflage the existing bald area. This method is done for those who either don’t have a sufficient area or have budget constraints. Fuller Density Method: In fuller density method about 45 grafts are placed per sq.cm. This density is actually half the density of normal density, but still gives a fuller look, as discussed previously.
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