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Hello, if you are considering hair transplantation, by all means, if you have plenty of donor area, go for it. The technology today yields great natural results, however NEVER EVER NEVER do strip harvest method! You will be scarred for life and it's unnecessary.

Only use the FUE transplant method. There is no scarring and very natural.

I'm 59 yo and had my first of 4 "strip" harvest transplants done over 20 years ago. Fortunately the hair placement was good and never had the "corn row or doll plug look". However, each of these procedures took more than needed transplant area and left terrible scarring. If I cut my hair a little short, the scars are visible.

I finally had enough and started researching "scar camouflage". I found a local physician who performed S&P skin pigmentation. I tried it....my scarring was so extensive, it did not work.

I was determined and THANK GOD I found an amazing beauty technician in Seminole, Fl who has over 30 years experience in skin care and to my gratification SCAR CAMOUFLAGE!

Karen was a delight to work with and she knows her stuff. She is an artist and could run circles around anyone doing scar camouflage.

I will post before and after pics. I'm very very happy and so appreciative of Karen.

For $1400 Karen will bury that scar or scars!!

If your living with scars and want to cover them up, you owe it to yourself to see Karen


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That's very cool that there's a place which specializes in covering up scars.


I agree FUE is the only way to go. I got lucky and found Dr. Mohebi in Los Angeles, who practically wrote the book on FUE.


If anyone has any questions about it feel free to ask. :-)


Will certainly refer others on the East to Karen.


Richter101 is a former patient of Dr. Parsa Mohebi


Born Oct ’89

Began Seeing Gradual Hair Loss Oct ’09

Began Seeing Gradual Hair Gain June ’15


My regimen includes:

HT #1 2200 (ARTAS- FUE) grafts at Parsa Mohebi Hair Restoration in Los Angeles in 2016

Finasteride daily, since 2014

Rogaine experimenter from 2012- ’13 RIP


Planning HT #2 By End of This Year :)



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