Hair transplant surgery could harm somebody if we do it without proper training.
The patient came to see us for hairline work.
He did a surgery 4 months ago to another clinic and he was concerned by the post op evolution.
After close up examination during our in person consultation, we came up to the following conclusions:
-Low frontal hair line (chooses by the patient)
-Wrong hair angle in FHL and temples points (hairs pointing upward)
- Pluggy look
-Pitting and ridging combined
Our goal was to refine the hair line and camouflage all the bad work .We were obliged to follow the designed hair line and lower it a little bit to build up something in front of the existing one.
Otherwise we had to remove some grafts in the front (very expensive surgery and very challenging protocol) and then rebuild a new hairline on second intention.
We didn’t choose the latter option because:
1.the patient is under medical treatment for hair loss (it will stabilize hair loss progress),
2. He didn’t present a pattern of advanced hair loss or signs of miniaturization that could point toward an extensive hair loss in the future and
3. The patient wanted a low hairline in first place.
Here are the results after two days of intensive work.
Now, I will present some close up pictures to illustrate the entire process from design to results:
Finally, we will summarize the patient story as followed:
And the preferred patient’s hair styling.