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Repair of a wrongly performed hair transplant involves decision making in equal parts on the side of the doctor as well as the patient.
Sometimes, the patient may be wary/unwilling to follow certain approaches that the HT doctor may feel will do good.
In such a situation the patient may have a plan of action in his own mind.
Some such approaches may be beneficial, others maybe not.
Following are pics of a patient who had plug grafting done 3 years back from some other clinic.
He visited us in April 04 for his first repair procedure.
There are some decisions the patient made at that time.
The patient was against excising any of the plugs.
Moreover, he did not want a low hairline that may camoflage all the grafts.
He wanted that we work above the second row of plugs on the left side of his hairline.
He has some plugs in his temples too but was very firmly against total excision of the plugs in those rows/temple as he felt excision and closing with the stitch may still leave some residual scar.