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Any of you Veterans

 

I am scheduled for a second procedure in April. My first worked the top and the second will probably fill in the top some more and leave the crown alone. I am planning to have the crown dusted during a third and final procedure later this year.

 

I was curious about how the crown is done because of the natural whorl. Do the docs try to replicate the natural pattern and is it successful? Any thoughts?

 

Mike

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Any of you Veterans

 

I am scheduled for a second procedure in April. My first worked the top and the second will probably fill in the top some more and leave the crown alone. I am planning to have the crown dusted during a third and final procedure later this year.

 

I was curious about how the crown is done because of the natural whorl. Do the docs try to replicate the natural pattern and is it successful? Any thoughts?

 

Mike

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