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    IAHRS Recommended Hair Transplant Surgeon Parsa Mohebi, MD's Avatar
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    Default VIDEO: How to Create a Perfect Hairline

    In this video, I explain in detail the thought process that goes into designing the hairline and the various factors I take into consideration when determining the best approach to each individual's hair restoration. How low/high should the hairline be? How aggressive or conservative should I be? We have 8 different patients in this video and each of them with a different set of circumstances that lead to highly individualized approaches to their respective hair transplants.



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