As others said, doctors are often reluctant to give patients an overly youthful hair line as hair loss is a progressive condition and donor supply is limited. If you build an artificially low hairline and then continue to lose the hair behind it, you likely run out of donor hair or be left with only a 'wall' of hair in front. That said, some doctors are known for creating more aggressively low or densely-packed hairlines without regard to future repercussions for the patient (mind you, these are likely not IAHRS-certified surgeons).
I think FUE would be your best bet, particularly for a relatively small frontal procedure. With FUE, the doctor will be able to "cherry-pick" the follicular units that will create the most natural-looking hair line and you will not be left with a linear strip scar.