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New Insicion Closure Procedure from H&W??


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Sorry if I'm asking for outdated info, I've not really participated in the forums before, but has anyone heard of Hasson & Wong using a "new" closure technique that's supposed to really "Hide" your strip scar? I had a HT with Dr Wong 3 years ago. I love my results, but as I'm considering going back to have my crown done, I'm wondering if any headway has been made in terms of hiding strip scarring. I had heard a few months ago that H&W was doing something new....anyone had experience with this? My scar isn't unacceptable by any means, but I keep my hair buzzed and you can make out a fine line when I'm out in the sunlight. I have light hair which doesn't help. I've been asked about my scar, but no one has Ever detected the grafts, they're completely natural looking. Perhaps if I get the crown filled in, I'll grow my hair longer and it simply won't be an issue anymore. Anyone with info would be appreciated.

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Sorry if I'm asking for outdated info, I've not really participated in the forums before, but has anyone heard of Hasson & Wong using a "new" closure technique that's supposed to really "Hide" your strip scar? I had a HT with Dr Wong 3 years ago. I love my results, but as I'm considering going back to have my crown done, I'm wondering if any headway has been made in terms of hiding strip scarring. I had heard a few months ago that H&W was doing something new....anyone had experience with this? My scar isn't unacceptable by any means, but I keep my hair buzzed and you can make out a fine line when I'm out in the sunlight. I have light hair which doesn't help. I've been asked about my scar, but no one has Ever detected the grafts, they're completely natural looking. Perhaps if I get the crown filled in, I'll grow my hair longer and it simply won't be an issue anymore. Anyone with info would be appreciated.

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