How Are Follicular Unit Grafts Distributed in a Hair Transplant?January 16th, 2011
Q: How are grafts distributed in a hair transplant? Are they distributed evenly? — B.V., Jersey City, NJ
A: Actually, we don’t make the transplanted hair evenly distributed. It is usually front weighted, so that the hair restoration will look most full when looking at the person head on.
For a more detailed discussion of this topic, view our page on recipient sites in a follicular unit hair transplant. Also, read the publication written by Dr. Bernstein in 1997 which became the industry benchmark for aesthetics in hair transplant surgery, “Aesthetics of Follicular Transplantation.”Related Posts:
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Topic: Hair Transplant
Tags: Aesthetics of Follicular Transplantation, Crown, Follicular Unit, Follicular Unit Grafts, Hair Restoration, Hair Transplant Aesthetics, Recipient Sites Posted by Robert M. Bernstein M.D. on January 16th, 2011 at 10:14 am
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