Senior Member Take a chance Posted June 5, 2009 Senior Member Share Posted June 5, 2009 In my next HT i would like to address my crown. I have heard that the crown can use up a lot of grafts and I know that i don't have many to spare being a NW6. On a previous post someone mentioned that a partial restoration to the anterior part of the crown can be done. This would mean growing your hair a little longer and stying your hair back and using that to cover the crown. Can anyone provide me with some further information on this procedure. Is it an effective method if you have a large crown to cover? I know that you might not be able to get full coverage but as long as most of it is covered up. I think this might be a good method in saving some of your donor supply. I did ask the question on the other thread but didn't get any responses. Any help or suggestions would be much appreciated. Thanks. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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