» The hairline is very weak. I would expect more coverage for the amount of
» grafts transplanted (considering that this guy had loads of resident hair
» Hate to say this but I don’t like this particular result one bit. Sorry
» just being honest here.
Different physicians have their own approach towards hair restoration.
My philosophy of hair transplants includes -
Impressing the need for future transplants on the patient, and planning the hair transplants accordingly.
Designing hair transplants keeping the informed choice of the patient (the available donor hair #, the economics, the individual preference etc. ) in mind.
Planning a hair transplant with the Resident hair can be a huge liability in the long run.
If there is a strong forelock, for example, a youthfully ambitious hairline can be designed incorporating that forelock.
However, I have to point out to the patient that he may lose that forelock due to further hairloss and may need to go for further sessions in case that happens.
At this point, the patient decides whether he is comfortable going for future sessions or he wishes to go for a conservative hairline that can hold its own even after the demise of the resident strong forelock.
Troy’s choices have been included in his hairline design.
His second session has focussed on filling the crown area and closing the temple angles without any further lowering/alteration of the hairline.
If you wish to see patients of our clinic who have opted for a different approach, then there is Jiggy, Sunil, Ericgomes, Viking etc.
I value your honest opinions.
But, I can not tailor make aggressive hairlines for all patients, regardless.
Hair restorations have to factor in the informed choice of the patient (within limits of logic).