View Full Version : 13 month update on 200+FUE for browlift scar repair by Dr. Lindsey McLean VA

Dr. Lindsey
06-05-2012, 06:10 AM
This nice lady came to see us in the spring with complaints of hairless browlift scars.
We filmed the procedure and itís seen at: http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=rImn0pKwe8Q

Preop, Intraop, and 6 month pictures are shown. Also, last week, she sent me 13 month pictures. She looks fantastic and is pleased.

Dr. Lindsey McLean VA

Stevie R
08-11-2012, 12:28 AM
Dr. Linsey this looks great, I have a scar that is similar to this guys but less wide http://www.*************/hair-loss/board_entry-id-3872.html and want it fixed with FUE into the scar, but with beard hair and be able to cut my hair a tad shorter. What do you think? I think his results were pretty legit by a doc who doesn't seem to do a lot of repair cases...I have only seen like 3 or 4 cases on thin scars being FUE ed into, most cases are the larger scars though all small scars are much much better. I just want my scar to be fixed and invisible at say a 1 guard (it is very hard to make out at the moment at a 1 1/2 guard) and broken up at a zero. I think I have a good chance of getting to that point as this patients scar is twice as wide as mine if not more and he has great results http://www.*********************.com/Share-info/hair_transplant_patient.asp?PatientID=2968&DrID=437 (yet his scar is a lot longer than mine). What do you think doc? Also I have not heard a lot about FRaxel, Co2 fractional laser and the derma roller on here (all of which I will try except the co2 as of yet) why is that? I have heard great news from others. Do you think fraxel is good before an FUE session? Is co2 better on the scar? What do you know about the derma roller? I know there are thousands out there with small scars that regret the surgery and want it fixed so they can move on and forget about it, yet few pics out there and few info out there for guys with thin scars, inform us doc!!

Dr. Lindsey
08-21-2012, 06:52 AM
That is a decent scar. I'd suggest nothing if you will keep your hair its current length. For heaven's sake though, don't laser it with hair all around....

Dr. Lindsey McLean VA