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    Default Has my hair transplant surgeon 'missed a bit'?

    It seems to me that there is a gap between the grafts and the pen in the pictures, should the grafts be right up to the line?


    Any info would be much appreciated.
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    Thanks for the reply. Can anyone share their opinion on whether this looks 'right'?

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    I'm no expert but It looks pretty good to me o.O

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    If your hair loss is genetic, home remedies for hair growth are unlikely to be an effective treatment for baldness (you are more likely to have success with approaches such as medication, laser therapy, or hair transplantation surgery). It is a good idea to ensure you have a healthy lifestyle (for example, by reducing stress, smoking, and alcohol consumption, which can all cause or exacerbate hair loss). Avoid websites offering miracle cures, since they are rarely effective.

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