This 33 year old patient featured below was a class 3A, potentially class 5, who originally considered the strip (FUT) hair transplant method before coming to our clinic in June of 2006. The patient’s goal was to restore the frontal hair line, strengthen the forelock, and advance the fronto-temporal recessions to a more youthful appearance. Our surgical staff successfully transplanted 980 grafts via CIT (Cole isolation technique).
CIT is a minimally invasive hair transplant method. Unlike traditional strip surgery, it does not leave patients with linear scars in the donor area (back and sides of head). The CIT grafts were strategically placed into the scalp with careful consideration for potential future hair loss. Our focus was to place finer one-hair grafts at the leading edge of the hairline, together with progressively larger follicular groups used behind the “front line” for increased volume. The end result is the most natural cosmetic effect possible. This patient now can wear his hair longer or shorter and without the fear of revealing a linear donor scar from a scalpel incision. We deliver superlative, natural results with fewer transplanted grafts. The patient’s results are excellent; his goals have been more than surpassed at 19 months post-op. Below you will see follow-up photos taken days ago.
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