» When some are told how many grafts someone has had, especialy in the forum
» world, posters start “looking” for things to nit pick at. If this gentleman
» walked into a room and you were not told he had work done, you would never
Thats not the point though Pats, I never said that someone would be able to tell he had work done. Your right, no one would. Why? because there’s no scar, and we are trained to link scars with surgery.
Sure, to the untrained eye there’s nothing strange about that at all, but to someone who’s seen countless donor pics over the years, there IS something wrong with that picture…
My point is that he didnt have this issue until he had the surgery. Therefore it is evident that there has been some sort of transection or damage to the surrounding follicles that resulted in this uneveness/patchiness which is indicated by the photos you provided. This is not uncommon in the FUE world if extreme patience and precision is not excerised. Dr Woods as well as others have cautioned about this “devils halo” phenomenom many many times.
There is nothing patient nor precise about using a power drill punch on someones head, in my opinion. But if this is acceptable to you guys because it’s still considered undetectable, then you’ve missed the point completely and i wish you well. Im just pointing out that it is still an unjustified waste of precious donor hair and that is not the way its supposed to look after 4000 grafts…Thats all im saying on this matter…