Hair transplant repair\Plugs redistribution results\Dr. Cole

A general discussion about bad hair transplant repair,Plug removal, Plug redistribution, scar repair, scar revision and the options available to correct bad hair transplants, including photos.
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Hair transplant repair\Plugs redistribution results\Dr. Cole

by forhair » Fri Sep 15, 2006 12:16 pm

This patient wanted to see how well his scalp healed following plug redistribution. To begin, we reduced two plugs and redistributed the grafts. This is not uncommon for patients to want to see how well they heal since the last thing they want is more scarring. Therefore, we often offer a small test session so the patient can evaluate the healing. We have never had a patient complain about the healing, though this is always possible. Following this test session and excellent healing, the patient schedule a large session of plug redistribution 3 months later. This large session was carried out in November 2004. The plugs were broken down and distributed in such a way as to create a natural illusion of thinning. He is quite happy with the results to date.
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by bos333 » Thu Nov 30, 2006 5:19 pm

The results look good. Did this patient have any left over pitting from his previous procedure...? Was there any scarring from where Dr. Cole extracted the bad grafts...?

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