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absolutely birdness....generally around 3 - 6 months the hair emerge and can be a bit fine and wispy at first...then around 6 - 9 months will sometimes take on a wiry almost coarse nature in texture....from about 10 - 14 months there should be an evolution into a more normalized texture and trajectory to the hair ...this sequence varies but there is definitely a progression that happens. If the hairs are transplanted properly, have been angulated and designed to lay together and the follicles are healthy with minimal trauma.. you should expect a very normal lay and appearance by around the 14 - 18 month mark. hope this helps. OH

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Yes, the above statement mirrors my experience. The full maturity into naturalness starts after 12 month post op. My hair started looking more natural at the 14 month mark.

 

Are you referring to the hairline or overall ?

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In general, I think you lose a bit of perceived density with maturation since the hairs are not as coarse and wavy any longer. This was my experience and Jotronic confirmed this is typically the case.

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But does the hairline appear more natural as the maturation occurs?

 

Absolutely. It appears softer.

My Hairloss Web Site -

 

Procedure #1: 5229 Grafts with Dr. Rahal Oct, 2010

Procedure #2: 2642 Grafts with Dr. Rahal Aug, 2013

 

7871 Grafts

 

http://www.hairtransplantnetwork.com/blog/home-page.asp?WebID=2452

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