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While browsing different hair transplant websites. I came across hair of Istanbul. Something I saw that was different was that they make little slit incisions to implant hair versus using, for example, an insertion pen. They have pretty good results from the pics. Is there any benefits of doing it either way?

ill attach a pic of the slits.

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It all gets back to having a proven track record of results...most docs do not use pens or implanters and still produce immaculate results.


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@MizterKewl

I would suggest that most Drs make the incision sites previously as opposed to using an implanter pen. Some FUE clinics will then still use a dull implanter pen to implant grafts into the pre made incision sites.

I hope that this photo is a female hairline!


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