“Nero” received 1000 Donor Grafts to his frontal hairline and temples
Hair transplants do not necessarily have to be geared towards covering the patient’s entire scalp. Instead they can be targeted to increase coverage in specific areas. A hair transplant 1000 grafts, for example, can be used to help cover up scars from surgery or to thicken the temple and hairline areas as seen in the video.
Dr. Ray Woods pioneered the Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) technique for hair transplants. This technique is much more beneficial for patients looking for such targeted hair transplants.
One of the traditional techniques is what’s known as “strip mining” – the cutting of a strip of scalp, removing it from the head, and then “mining” it for growing hair roots. This is a fairly major surgery to the head requiring stitches or staples to close the wound and it results in substantial scarring.
Even worse was the “plug” technique of cutting circles or “plugs” from the donor area and grafting them onto the recipient zones. Aside from their own scarring the plugs were distinctly noticeable, especially along the hairline where they weren’t hidden by the naturally-occurring hair, and left the patient with the unmistakable “doll’s hair” look.
Dr. Woods’ hair transplant 1000 grafts using his FUE technique is exponentially safer for the patient – it does not require invasive surgery and does not leave wounds that will scar. In addition the hair transplant 1000 grafts leaves a completely natural-looking hairline as seen in the video.
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