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Pitting and Cobblestoning hazards


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Pitting- This phenomenon creates a plagiarized appearance and small circles in the canal around the hair,
this too is a phenomenon of aesthetic complication and it appears due to entering too deep with the needle or blade in opening the canals and inserting the follicle too deep or canals are too large in relation to the size of the follicle.


Cobblestoning- Stone flooring, bumpers.
Appears when the follicle is not properly cleaned under the microscope of its adipose tissue or when we have not entered deep enough in the opening of the canal and the follicle has not been inserted deep enough.
After the scalp recovers from the transplant we will have bumps on the scalp that look like a slight swelling.

 

#1 picture pitting

#2 picture Cobblestoning 

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Doron Harati - offical consultation center of HDC clinic (Cyprus), HT procedures are done by MD Doctors with Microscope FUE.

Feel free to contact me: WhatsApp +972526542654\ Mail: doronhairadvisor@gmail.com 

My own HT story: https://youtu.be/7M9HxBxtlm4

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This was an issue with punch grafts and micro grafts. Overtime (I'm talking many years) it is possible for them to improve. However obviously best avoided by doing your research (you can never do enough) and from Doran's post. Thanks for sharing.

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On 1/4/2021 at 2:46 PM, shami26 said:

Is it possible to cure them or are they permanent?

It varies from paitent to another. 

Doron Harati - offical consultation center of HDC clinic (Cyprus), HT procedures are done by MD Doctors with Microscope FUE.

Feel free to contact me: WhatsApp +972526542654\ Mail: doronhairadvisor@gmail.com 

My own HT story: https://youtu.be/7M9HxBxtlm4

HDC Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/326632715435825/?ref=share

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