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» Is there any particular reason the grafts are placed in zone 2 first and
» then in zone 1? Is there any benefit of doing this?
» Does all the extractions done first and then all the incisions followed by
» graft placement?
Dr. Cole usually prefers to fill-in the frontal hair line at the later part of the session. After the filling work, the hair line can be created in a shingling pattern starting from the top. This protocol could benefit patients because it provides consistency in the procedure performed. Continuity is also an important consideration when patients want a particular level of artistry. Like a well oiled machine, our staff performs state-of-the-art hair transplant procedures. Each member of our surgical staff has been onboard for at least three years.
Our clinic has performed quite a few 3000+ sessions on class 4 patients. Attached are a couple examples of successfully treated cases. We generally prefer to transplant fewer grafts for excellent coverage.
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