Why would you decline going for further testing? I think it should be noted that every surgeon has cases of poor growth. Some patients do not yield optimal results for certain dermatological reasons. I think it is important to understand that no surgery can ever be guaranteed. Before you even think about a third surgery. You should make sure that there is no underlying medical condition that could be causing poor growth.
31 years old German patient with a familiar history of just frontal baldness without cases over Norwood 3/4 scale. Dr. Pekiner examined his hair and found no signs of miniaturization on mid, crown and sides; for this reason he was allowed not to take any medication except some supplements.
Surgery target was to restore a juvenile and dense hairline.
Treated area: 31 cm2 + connection zones
Single grafts: 234
doubles: 932 (1864)
triples: 916 (2748)
multiples: 223 (892)
Total of grafts: 2305
Total of hair : 5738
Hair/graft ratio: 2.5
Implantation density: around 65 grafts per cm2 on the first line, decreasing going back.
Hair caliber: medium/thin