» Okay, I hate to be an ass again but this is the same as the one posted by
» Feller. This guy has very little hair loss. Most doctors can fill in the
» hairline and temples for him no problem. I am sure he has tons of donor to
» spare too, granted he looks fantastic but this is hardly challenging at
» all. You have to be really incompetent to mess this up.
You are not wrong in some points, and thanks for the positive comments. Hair line design, like a transplant in general is subjective, be it a small op or large restoration, obviously the larger it shows more of a wow change though.
Temple point work though is an art, as his hair line design and graft placement; many docs have their own style and the same amount of grafts in the same area can give varients in the look. To rebuild the temple points and slightly move down the lateral as Dr Bisanga did in this case is not particularly the norm, although it is becoming more common. The slit angle and placement has to be judged correctly also the acuteness of the angle, not start too early or at the wrong angle, leaving the hair facing the wrong way or wrong direction.