» » Appreciated this approach some may not find appealing, open temples
» » thick wall of hair in the immediate front line
» Does this mean the temples were not closed at all or just with less
» density? The comb through pictures look like hair has been transplanted all
» the way.
» This may be a good approach as many tranplants seem fine from the front
» but are ‘off’ at the temples.
» I think this result looks very natural for the amount of grafts.
» What is the minimum density so that the transplanted area is solid and not
Closing temples is a little different to the design Dr. Bisanga made here, it is always important to round off the temples to bite into the lateral hair otherwise you get an unnatural “bowl” type effect, just a flat round line; the hair line to the laterals is one line and each area has to marry with another to create a natural look, like we have achieved here. Closing temples is a little different, and can be very aggressive, for example this repair case we treated:
This involved creating the angle with the lateral to extend the hair line and “close the temple”.
“what looks unatural about it? The pictures are not so clear , but I dont think it looks fake.”
Also what you have to appreciate is some guys are really not looking for this approach and may see it as unnatural, when ascetically there is obviously nothing unnatural about it but the result is just not what they are looking for. Possibly they look like him now and want to “close temples”, lower the hair line by a few cms and have a thicker heavier wall of hair in the immediate front line. Horses for courses in my opinion, as long as an educated view to harvesting is taken; possibly they confused their words, using “unnatural” but meaning, “not what I would like”.