View Full Version : A couple questions on Hair Restoration for when Hair Follicle Cloning is available

02-10-2010, 07:22 PM
Here is a summary of the questions I have for when hair follicle cloning is available;


1.) Will there be any complications for someone under the age of 21 to receive hair restoration with hair follicle cloning/multiplication?

2.) Will someone be able to get their FULL head of hair (or very close to) back with hair follicle cloning/multiplication?

3.) Is hair follicle cloning the "cure" to baldness?

4.) Within the matter of years/months, how long is the estimated time that hair follicle cloning/multiplication will be approved and available to the public?

5.) As most hair restoration companies base their rates on number of graphs, will there be a price difference if you were to get an x amount of graphs multiplied, than getting the same x amount of graphs traditionally transferred?

6.) How close are doctors to perfecting this wonderful cure to hair loss?

7.) Will it be released in America?

These questions have been racing through my mind and I need someone to answer them. Preferably a surgeon, but if you know the answers to those questions then please answer them for me. I'm sorry that there are so many, and if you can't answer them all, but you can answer some that I have posted, please answer the one's that you can anyway.

Thank you in advance.

03-04-2010, 02:50 AM
bump, can someone please answer my questions? :/

03-04-2010, 02:58 AM
bump, can someone please answer my questions? :/

Dude, it's impossible to answer your questions. It's like asking when the cure to AIDS is coming out.
There are several companies that are working on HM, but none seem to be any closer than 5 years before a viable product. Depending on the company, the prices will vary. But, as of now, 5 years is the BEST possible scenario. If you ask me, I'd say 10 years is realistic.