Dear forum readers,
The crown swirl area is often of an equal concern for the patient.
Such is a case we are going to discuss and document today.
This patient had frontal as well as crown area hairloss. However, in his first stage HT, he wanted to focus on the crown-swirl area.
In such situations, my advise is to go for a low to moderate density. It would not look very natural to have a very dense hair regrowth in the crown area with sparse hair growth in frontal and hairline zones.
In his first stage, the patient (nickname crown) chose to go for a 2000 FUHT graft procedure.
He visited us 9 months after his procedure. He is very happy with the outcome. According to him, when he grows his hair out, there does not seem to be any hairloss in the crown area. Moreover, the hair regrowth merges very naturally with his existing hair in the surrounding scalp zones.
Following is a self explanatory picture sequence
After graft placement
After 9 months (and a buzzcut)