I recently made a snap decision to get a hair transplant, and my results are not what I expected at all. My hairline is lower than I would have actually wanted, much lower. And the density is not there. I want to somehow undo it. If possible I would like to laser off the new grafts below a certain point. Or immediately use a FUE punch to simply remove them. Please advize what I can do. Thanks. I am filled with regret. If I could go back in time, I would just never get a transplant, or I would wait until I know eXactly what I want.
Now, actually the more sensible side of me wants to save up, and go to a doctor who can extract the grafts that are too low and implant them in the areas that are not dense enough. I suppose I could shave off the hairs that I don’t like. It’s not going to be that dense anyway.
58 singles, 1213 doubles, 862 triples, 236 quadruples
I asked, and the doctor told me that they divided some grafts to obtain two hundred something singles (no exact numbers given for those actually implanted or divided singles, and on visual inspection it doesn’t really look like there were quite 2369 grafts implanted in my scalp) for the boundaries.
ONE request: Please don’t tell me it is going to turn out fine. It might not be the end of the world, but I can see that the density is low, and I can see that my hairline would have been better at least a half cm higher and with a different dhape. I expected something better, OR I wouldn’t have wanted the transplant in the first place.
I am looking for advice or ideas on how to form my plan of action to deal with my mistake and fix it as much as I can, both short and long term.
A 39 year male presented with the complaint of baldness for the past ten years. He was diagnosed to be a case of Androgenetic alopecia (NH grade VI). He underwent 2325 grafts by Bio FUE technique to get the frontal half covered. Now he has come one year post surgery for getting the other half filled as he is happy with the first procedure...
I went with national hair centers in Phoenix. I went with the FUE surgery they got 2385 grafts. I went get and so far I am very happy with it. Can’t wait to see how it looks in a year. Here are some before and after surgery pics