Jerry Cooley, MD
02-24-2014, 04:24 PM
This patient presented with very irregular hairline recession, with much more loss on the left. Usually some asymmetric recession is seen, but when that is the case, it is usually the right side that is higher. On top of that, he has a rather large skull, so he wore his hair longer, and pulled it down. His goals were to rebalance the hairline so he he could wear his hair shorter, but without being too aggressive. We did FUT 1696 grafts (1-352, 2-812, 3-468, 4-64; 3636 hairs). He is shown 15 months later.