Surgeons believe in a one pass result when they adrress a hairloss area (crown or hairline and vertex)…that is for the formation of scar tissue on the recipient which might jeopardise the growth of future surgeries over the same area.It has a lot to do with blood circulation etc.
to quote Pats on a thread about scar tissue and Hair transpants (i hope he doesnt mind)
Scar tissue can be an issue when having a 2nd procedure in the same area. Dr. Armani believes in going into the zone 1 time and finishing that are with the first pass for that very reason.
I am afraid that if and when a from HM will be available, scar tissue formed from past surgeries might have an impact on its outcome. ICx is working on proto-hairs for example…given the nature of transplants and the scar tissue created on the recipient area dont you think that IF the near future brings more donor having a transplant now can jeopardize a future outcome?
Could we get an interview or this question asked to these researchers, i know that being affiliated with Bosley is hard to get a straight answer but its a big question and i personally i am very interested to know the answer.