Hair Transplantation Graft Calculation

Choose a region immediately and find out the most suitable graft number for you.

Graft Calculator

1. Step Select region
Zone Number of Grafts Hair Count
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Estimated Total
* The actual number of grafts you need may vary depending on your head type and hair type.
2. Step Move the graft density to the point you want with the slider
0 = Rare | 50 = Favorite View
* 35 per cm2 is optimal for graft density.

A value of 0 is equivalent to complete baldness of the area. With the increase in value, you can determine the density in the region. Calculated as 50 maximum intensity.

Infrequent : 0 | Recommended Value : 35 | Favorites: 50

Note: This tool should be used for predictive calculation. Request a free inspection now to find out the actual values.

Hair transplantation is a highly popular procedure among individuals experiencing hair loss. Hair transplantation involves transferring hair follicles from healthy areas to areas affected by baldness. To achieve successful results in this procedure, accurate graft calculation is essential. Graft calculation plays a crucial role in determining the number of hair follicles to be harvested and the areas where they will be transplanted.

What is a Graft?
In the context of hair transplantation, a graft refers to the tissue that contains the hair follicles and is transplanted. A graft typically contains one or more hair follicles. Hair follicles are usually taken from the back of the head, as the hair in that area is usually more permanent. The number and distribution of grafts directly impact the outcome of a hair transplantation procedure.

How is Graft Calculation Done?
Graft calculation is typically done by a specialized hair transplantation doctor or surgeon. The calculation is based on a set of factors and is personalized for each individual. Here are some factors considered during the graft calculation process:
Degree of Baldness: The degree of hair loss in the individual undergoing hair transplantation is a fundamental factor in the graft calculation process. The degree of baldness helps determine the areas from which grafts will be harvested and where they will be transplanted.
Hair Follicle Density: Hair follicle density varies among individuals. A hair transplantation surgeon can harvest more grafts from areas with higher hair follicle density. This can result in better coverage and a more natural appearance.
Donor Area: Hair follicles are typically taken from the back of the head in a hair transplantation procedure. The number of grafts that can be harvested depends on the size of the donor area and the quality of the hair follicles. A hair transplantation doctor evaluates the donor area to determine the quantity of grafts that can be harvested.
Transplantation Areas: The areas where hair transplantation will be performed are also considered during the graft calculation process. These areas can include the hairline, the crown region, and other areas where the individual desires hair transplantation.

Accurate graft calculation plays a crucial role in achieving successful outcomes in hair transplantation. Graft calculation should be based on individual factors for each person. Collaborate with a specialized hair transplantation doctor or surgeon to obtain an accurate assessment of grafts and achieve the desired results in the hair transplantation process.