Here is a potential class 5 patient who received 1600 CIT grafts. The patient has straight, medium-fine hair with average donor density (180 hairs per square centimeter). The patient's goal was to add density to the appearance of the frontal scalp. Dr. Cole's treatment plan for this patient was to conservatively transplant the CIT grafts to the top and frontal third. Medical therapy was also in the plan to treat the patient. The photos shown below depict this patient's progress at 24 months post-op. A dramatic change in the appearance of the frontal scalp has been achieved by adding such a small amount CIT grafts. With CIT, there is no linear scarring associated with the procedure versus the strip hair transplant method (FUT). No clinic can guarantee that a surgery is 100% scar free, but less invasive methods to harvest a donor area are available. The patient is very excited about the new natural looking growth and the boost of confidence.