This patient had 1867 grafts to fill in the frontal zone.
We did not change his hair line location but refined its shape. To make it more natural, we build back the temples pointes (crucial factor in hair line design, especially when you are building low hair line in some patients).
The point I want to highlight in this patient is the flexibility he got for combing his hair from left to right because of gain in volume.
In hair transplant surgery, we want to achieve a good illusion of coverage. Even though we don't maximize our focus in high density, gaining volume in the center part is a key element that could allow patient a better coverage. Patients will have the flexibility of playing with hair to achieve a comb over effect. The new hair may also serve as a support or base for products such as toppik to increase the illusion of coverage.
All of this with a goal of achieving naturalness (respect hair angles and direction) and undetectability.