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So 2015 I went to India and had a bad hair transplant and last year I went to Turkey to repair it. Unfortunately all my grafts fell out due to my donor area being overharvested.

I have accepted I cannot fix that and I can get away with it using hair fibres, but initially in 2015 they transplanted hair on the side of my temple which not only was planted in a wrong direction, but also not packed and also not close enough to my natural hair at the side. I have been shaving these everyday when I go out.

 

Anyway, in Turkey they unplugged those hairs, but they have grew back again....

What is the best way to remove the misplanted hairs? I read online the holes need to be sealed up, not sure if this will leave dots or would I need to see a laser hair removal specialist?

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If you go to a good hair transplant surgeon they will use a small punch to remove them. It won’t leave a noticeable scar. Your other option is electrolysis. If all you want to is remove some hairs and that will make you happy this will be very easy for a good surgeon to do.

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It is usually extracted using a fine and sharp punch. Also, 30% of the hair are in the telogen phase. Therefore, you will require several sittings to get them extracted completely. Still some migjt remain and grow later. For those, you can get laser hair removal done. The scarring is minimal (microscopic) but nonetheless scarring will be there. 

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