First session coming up in Chicago on Sept. 11
Posted 31 December 2016 - 09:54 PM
Yah, gotta get the whole SMP treatment
Only way to flawlessly blend everything together
The last comment is BS. Only doing the scar is the most cautious approach for people who have been burned by getting a HT, especially if you don't care about having hair on top - if you are unhappy with the scar coverage regrow the hair back and other than $$$ your situation is no worse.
Larry32 - with only having the scar done you have the option of playing around with the length you keep your hair. does it look any better using a foil razor or 0 guard clipper cut rather than wet shaving? It may blend better.
Considering scar repair to fix the big smiley face on the back of my head from two HT's.
Posted 05 January 2017 - 01:28 AM
"If you dont care about hair on top"??................then why does anyone get a HT done in the first place?? Ha
That made no sense brother
Obviously it bothered him enough to pay crazy HT money...and go through pain...and scarring, and healing time, etc
Im sure that feeling just didnt go away
Was just saying it can look better with the full SMP treatment
Easier to blend when the whole head is done
Wont be as noticeable as now
Pretty sure I seen a video on here of someone with HT scars...and he got the full treatment...and barely notice it
Found it...his name is John...first page of the videos
At the 3:04 mark...side view...you can barely see it...cause having the top and sides done make the whole head look better
Posted 05 January 2017 - 11:19 AM
Cutlass.. you would be surprised at how many former HT clients arrive to us no longer bothered about the hair on top... they have given up on it. But the absence of that hair on top, often with some additiional recession of the rest of their hair since the transplant, means their scars have become highly visible. So they come to HIS wanting only to camouflage the scar. So while you may be right that a complete treatment is a more effective camouflage than just treating the scar it is not for everyone.
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