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Making sites for FUE grafts (Hair Transplant)

posted by hairtech_smg, Minneapolis, Minnesota; USA, 21.08.2012, 23:24

This is a picture of Dr. Paul making a site. This is at the end of this case. He usually saves a few 1's for the end of most all of our cases to "tweak" the hairline. Both he and Ron Shapiro are very particular in hairline design and approach.

This patient had a typical regression (age 39 years) of about a norwood 2/3 and needed to fill this in and build a new hairline.

The blades we use are fine. They range in a 0.65mm to just over a 1.0mm depending on graft size. This blade was a 0.7mm.

One other thing worth noting is how clean the transplant looks like at this point. This is because of site size and experienced technicians. Some clinics will have the "hamburger helper" look (bloody, crusty, etc) from usage of large blades and punches for that matter.

hairtech_smg is located in MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA; USA and he is available to meet: NO

Currently working at Shapiro Medical Group. Past physicians include: Drs. Cole, Mwamba, Cooley, Harris, Bisanga, Devroye, and Rose.

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