Dr. Armani’s hairlines look so good because of temple angle closure, hairline design and high density.
Temple angle closure does not mean that you have to have your hairline “lowered” and/or that you “can’t have some recession”.
There lies the confusion: temple angle closure refers to the artistic approach to hairline design that so many clinics lack.
Without temple angle closure, you ignore this male angle, the slight curve and without the male angle, the patient is left with dreaded “u” or “v” shape.
Please don’t be fooled into thinking that to recreate one’s temple is an easy task. The technique has taken years to perfect and is very technical. If done wrong the patient’s hairline will look out of balance. However – when done right, it produces a completely natural look that is truly undetectable. A hairline design that is truly customized to the patient’s ethnic background and facial features.
You really need to get it right the first time. Patient’s that fall into the repair category have not only depleted their donor areas but also limit what a doctor can do in the recipient area for future procedures. Patients should not choose a clinic because it is cheaper or more convenient in location.
Don’t be fooled into thinking that this type of result is easy to achieve. Alvi Armani transplants at high to maximum density, using fine selection of single hairs, combined with years of experience in temple angles closure and perfect angling of each hair.