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  • Procedure Type: Scar Repair (Grafting)
  • Number of Grafts: 80

Below are photos that depict the progress of a patient whose goal was to conceal a strip scar. This type of scar repair is frequently performed at our clinic. At our clinic, this common procedure is done via CIT, a minimally invasive surgery. It is very effective for adding density into strip (FUT) scars. This patient received 80 grafts into the strip scar and the follow-up results shown are at 8 months and 2 years post-op. Scars usually require more than one session, and oftentimes, growth in scars is unpredictable due to a decreased blood supply.

This is just another example of how patients can heal after a strip procedure. Some patients heal well and some heal poorly regardless of the surgeon. Now, this patient has more confidence in having a shorter hairstyle.

comparison 2 years post-op scar repair
comparison 2 years post-op scar repair side view
comparison 8 months post-op scar repair
comparison with less angle

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