scars before and after photos

scars before and after photosOne of the down sides of Facial surgery is scaring hair loss and one of the most rewarding procedures in hair restoration is “restoring those sacred areas with hair”. To successfully remove the scar area and frame the face requires experience, an understanding of aesthetic design and the ability to growth hair in an area of poor circulation.

The patient, in the photo above, presented with a large scar that extended from her forehead to behind her right ear. Since females have three different layers of hair on their lateral hairline it is important to restore all three layers to produce a natural symmetry. If one were to only transplant the scar the result would not be as natural.

The other challenge is “graft survival” in a scar. Since we began using cellular therapy in hair transplantation (2007) our yield of grafts into scars has improved significantly because the growth factors promote new blood vessel formation to the graft in a poor area of circulation.

This type of specialty work is extremely successful if done right and allows both male and female patients various styling options.

Call 727-791-3930 if you have questions regarding any of our Self-Regenerative procedures!

The best way to evaluate a patient is to arrange a personal, in-depth consultation. However, this is impossible for many patients who fly in from other parts of the country or world. For this reason we have developed the remote consultation package, which is an acceptable alternative to the in-person personal consult.

Once your photos and questionnaire are reviewed, we will telephone you to discuss your questions or concerns regarding the procedure. You will also be given a suggested treatment plan and the costs involved. Click here for more complete information on our free on-line hair restoration consultation process.

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