Remove the transplant hair journey.

Hi When i m searching, i found some videos to some trust worthy drs who they remove some plugs and hairs from hairline and the results really were amazing without any scars, there are nothing at all, can that be an indicator the if i want to remove the whole hairline gradually? and also changing the hair directions ( all the grafts are 1 and 2 hairs) is it worth to do a test spot first

Doctor Answers 3

It is best to consult with a doctor for your repair work. Each case is different and you would need an examination first.

It is best to consult with a doctor for your repair work.  Each case is different and you would need an examination first.


Los Angeles Hair Restoration Surgeon
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Yes you are correct

Removing the hairline grafts one at a time works well, but requires many sessions to get there. There are faster ways to do this when combining all three (selective removal of the grafts, good camouflage with small one hair grafts in front of the larger grafts and scalp micropigmentation hides most of the plugs.

William Rassman, MD
Los Angeles Hair Restoration Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 27 reviews

Remove the transplant hair journey.

This is a great question and yes this is possible. We gradually removed a hairline that was performed by a marketeer scam clinic. They promised to give low hairlines and/hairlines to when you were 18 years of age. This turned out to be disasterous and it took about 5 years and many complaints to get this out into the open. We have dealt with this problem via FUE. One in particular took us about 5 sessions as his hair line was dense from the transplant. He never scarred and we reused his follicles and placed back in correctly.

William Woessner, MD
New Orleans Hair Restoration Surgeon
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