Dear forum readers,
Unfortunately, there is a large number of people who have had hair transplants performed by outdated methods over the past 5 decades. Probably, hundreds of thousands. Even today, at a very conservative estimate, I would say that a hundred wrong/bad hair transplants are performed, worldover, each day, for every correct one.
It is important to devote a special thread to particular types of outdated HTs to explain the repair options available to them.
In this respect, I am devoting this thread to a particular type of bad/outdated hair transplant and how it can be corrected/treated.
Please note that there are numerous options available to correct the predicament.
I would welcome treatment suggestions and inputs from fellow HT doctors as well as forum readers.
Let us document the different options available to this patient (nickname - Bejan)