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Anytime surgery is performed or skin is wounded a scar results. Scars are the body’s attempt at healing. Scars result from any surgical procedure, whether it is an FUE or Strip Harvest. Certain individual characteristics, such as increased scalp laxity, predispose to wider scar formation. However, scars can be minimized by the practice of maintaining the tension on the skin surface to a minimum. Traditional Strip Harvest should produce a linear scar, however, it should only be faintly visible if the principle of minimizing surface tension is adhered to.

 

The photos below showcase the results of patients that have had surgery at Arocha Hair Restoration.

 

 

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Employed by Dr. Bernard Arocha. Dr. Arocha is a member of the Coalition of Independent Hair Restoration Physicians.

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every doctor who performs FUT has patients with good healing FUT scars. lets see the poorly healed scars and how bad they actually are compared to these well healing scars.

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