Will Hair Transplant Grow Slower in Crown than Front of Scalp and Will Hair Grow More Slowly After Second Transplant?May 4th, 2007
Q: I had my second hair restoration procedure nearly 5 months back. New hair in the front part of the head is growing well, but the crown is growing slow. Is this common? Also does the new hair grow more slowly after second hair transplant procedure?
A: Yes, it is typical for hair in the crown to grow more slowly than the front and top of the scalp and the second procedure generally grows more slowly than the first.Related Posts:
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Topic: Crown (Vertex)
Tags: Appearance After Hair Transplant, Crown, Front of Scalp, Hair Transplant Growth, Second Hair Transplant Posted by Robert M. Bernstein M.D. on May 4th, 2007 at 6:00 am