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What is it called when you get scars filled in on your head with color of your skin or surrounding hair?

Has anyone done this to fill in “spots” left on yout scalp by old technology of punch grafts?

Thanks

You can put FUE grafts into the scars. If your scalp donor density is severely depleted, you can use body hair as donor.

If you want, email me at hairsite@aol.com and I will get different doctors review your case and let you know if you are a good candidate, what to expect, and the cost etc.

Here are some before and after results from different doctors who had done this type of repair work:

Dr. Arvind’s patient:

before

after

after

after

Dr. Jones’ patient:

before

before

after 250 grafts, 1 year

Dr. Jones’ patient:

before

before

immediately post op

after 4 months

after 4 months

after 4 months

Thank you.

You can put FUE grafts into the scars. If your scalp donor density is
» severely depleted, you can use body hair as donor.
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» If you want, email me at hairsite@aol.com and I will get different doctors
» review your case and let you know if you are a good candidate, what to
» expect, and the cost etc.
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» Here are some before and after results from different doctors who had done
» this type of repair work:
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» Dr. Arvind’s patient:
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» after
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» Dr. Jones’ patient:
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» after 250 grafts, 1 year
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» Dr. Jones’ patient:
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» before
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» immediately post op
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» after 4 months
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» after 4 months
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» What is it called when you get scars filled in on your head with color of
» your skin or surrounding hair?
»
» Has anyone done this to fill in “spots” left on yout scalp by old
» technology of punch grafts?
»
» Thanks

If you’re referring to tattooing, don’t even think about it. I’ve seen a lot of this, and the dyes can oxidize, leading to some really odd colors on the scalp. A desperation move that backfires.
It’s the same idea as so-called “permanent makeup”; people have had little black or brown “dots” put all over their scars or thinned places in hopes that it will appear as hair.

Thanks. You also confirmed what evidently a very honest Dr/Technician who has been doing that type of work for 15 years told me—Don’t do it. He said basically the same thing; it would not look right, would not blend in with the hair.

What is it called when you get scars filled in on your head with color
» of
» » your skin or surrounding hair?
» »
» » Has anyone done this to fill in “spots” left on yout scalp by old
» » technology of punch grafts?
» »
» » Thanks
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» If you’re referring to tattooing, don’t even think about it. I’ve seen a
» lot of this, and the dyes can oxidize, leading to some really odd colors
» on the scalp. A desperation move that backfires.
» It’s the same idea as so-called “permanent makeup”; people have had little
» black or brown “dots” put all over their scars or thinned places in hopes
» that it will appear as hair.

» Thanks. You also confirmed what evidently a very honest Dr/Technician who
» has been doing that type of work for 15 years told me—Don’t do it. He
» said basically the same thing; it would not look right, would not blend in
» with the hair.
»
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» What is it called when you get scars filled in on your head with color
» » of
» » » your skin or surrounding hair?
» » »
» » » Has anyone done this to fill in “spots” left on yout scalp by old
» » » technology of punch grafts?
» » »
» » » Thanks
» »
» »
» » If you’re referring to tattooing, don’t even think about it. I’ve seen
» a
» » lot of this, and the dyes can oxidize, leading to some really odd
» colors
» » on the scalp. A desperation move that backfires.
» » It’s the same idea as so-called “permanent makeup”; people have had
» little
» » black or brown “dots” put all over their scars or thinned places in
» hopes
» » that it will appear as hair.

Ya i dont find that when they implant grafts into scars that it comes out looking that good.

I have to disagree with what has been said here. Just as with hair transplants, only bad permanent makeup announces itself. If you’ve “seen” bad work, that’s exactly the point. Most doctors don’t have the graphic skill to do good work in the first place. It’s just not their training. I’ve been a leading permanent makeup technician for 15 years, as well as a professional theatrical makeup artist for over 20 years. I have very successfully repigmented hair transplant scars to blend better with surrounding skin and hair. It is true that colors fade and may shift somewhat. You do have to return for periodic touch ups to maintain your results. But my clients are all very happy with the improvements I’ve made in their appearance. The key is to go to the right technician.

» » Thanks. You also confirmed what evidently a very honest Dr/Technician
» who
» » has been doing that type of work for 15 years told me—Don’t do it.
» He
» » said basically the same thing; it would not look right, would not blend
» in
» » with the hair.
» »
» »
» »
» »
» »
» » What is it called when you get scars filled in on your head with color
» » » of
» » » » your skin or surrounding hair?
» » » »
» » » » Has anyone done this to fill in “spots” left on yout scalp by old
» » » » technology of punch grafts?
» » » »
» » » » Thanks
» » »
» » »
» » » If you’re referring to tattooing, don’t even think about it. I’ve
» seen
» » a
» » » lot of this, and the dyes can oxidize, leading to some really odd
» » colors
» » » on the scalp. A desperation move that backfires.
» » » It’s the same idea as so-called “permanent makeup”; people have had
» » little
» » » black or brown “dots” put all over their scars or thinned places in
» » hopes
» » » that it will appear as hair.
»
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» Ya i dont find that when they implant grafts into scars that it comes out
» looking that good.

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