Unnatural looking hairline? I had FUE 2 weeks ago (Photo)
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If you have an unnatural looking hair line, it is best to follow up with your doctor.
If you have an unnatural looking hair line, it is best to follow up with your doctor. If your doctor cannot help you then it is best to see another doctor for a second opinion and options. You do have options.
Unhappy with the frontal hairline
Hairline created in hair transplantation shows how experienced is your doctor. Every hairline should be planned proportional to the patient's face.Some might be lower some might be higher but in any case it should be looking natural at the end. The line should be dense enough to make a smooth passage to both temporals. If you dislike your new hairline the best option is to get in touch with your surgeon for revision options. All the best
You should discuss your concerns with the surgeon who performed your transplant, especially if you are not happy with the look.
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You don't like your hairline at 2 weeks after the transplant
If You don't like your hairline at 2 weeks after the transplant, then you should go back to see your doctor and ask your doctor about your concerns
There are many issues with your hairline. It is low, broad, and intersects the temple area inferior to the mid-frontal point. The latter is seen in some ethnic groups like men of African ancestry. The low, broad hairline looks like a bowl was placed on the scalp and the hairline was traced out along it's margin. These hairlines needlessly waste hair follicles and they are often unrealistic to build.
The question will be how much hair loss you have in the future? If you have marked hair loss, this hairline will be too low for you. If your hair loss is more limited, you may be able to make this work. However, I would not recommend anyone build a hairline like you have. The fact that you have hair loss in the crown suggests that this was overly aggressive. My expectation is that you will wind up taking out many of these grafts one day.
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