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Bernstein Medical - Center for Hair Restoration Patient ODQ has brown hair and a donor density of 2.3 hairs/mm2. He had an advanced Norwood Class 3 pattern of hair loss. The patient wanted to lower his hairline and thicken the forelock area. Results after one hair transplant session of 1,950 follicular unit grafts.

 

 

 

Overview:

 

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Before / After:

 

 

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Before Hair Transplant

 

 

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After One Hair Transplant

 

 

 

 

Detail of Hairline:

 

 

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Before Transplant

 

 

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Results After 1 Hair Transplant

 

 

Top View:

 

Steps in hairline design and recipient site creation.

 

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Before Hair Transplant

 

 

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Position of Hairline

 

 

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After Recipient Site Creation

 

 

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Results After 1 Year

 

 

 

See patients with similar characteristics in the Bernstein Medical photo galleries:

 

 

 

 

Additional Resources:

 

 


Bernstein Medical - Center for Hair Restoration

110 East 55th Street, 11th Floor

New York, NY 10022

212-826-2400 • contact@bernsteinmedical.com

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Dr. Bernstein is a member of the Coalition of Independent Hair Restoration Physicians

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Is this a modified 'hockey puck' frontal restoration? With patient using this hairline part (from his left to right) going forward?

 

I like the idea even though it is subtle (which is the point, right)?

 

He gets the assymetrical 'weight' on the right side that then lays down with the way he styles his hair

 

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Did you symmetrically recreate his frontal hairline?

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Is this a modified 'hockey puck' frontal restoration? With patient using this hairline part (from his left to right) going forward?

 

I like the idea even though it is subtle (which is the point, right)?

 

He gets the assymetrical 'weight' on the right side that then lays down with the way he styles his hair

 

OR

 

Did you symmetrically recreate his frontal hairline?

 

 

There were slightly larger FUE grafts placed on the patient's left side (the part side) i.e., left-weighted, but the hairline was lowered more on the patient's right. Yes, the restoration was intentionally kept slightly asymmetric to keep it looking natural.


Bernstein Medical - Center for Hair Restoration

110 East 55th Street, 11th Floor

New York, NY 10022

212-826-2400 • contact@bernsteinmedical.com

_____________________________________________

 

Dr. Bernstein is a member of the Coalition of Independent Hair Restoration Physicians

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