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  1. At the age of 25, I STUPIDLY got a 400 graft HT. I was not even receding really. 13 years later, I am starting to thin up front to the point where I am starting to have it become a bit obvious that I have thick wisps with gaps of nothing forming behind it. My HT scar is between 2 and 2 1/2 inches in the back and is relatively thin but as with any scar, feels like it is ridged (not flat). I don't have pictures because I never go lower than about a 2 1/2 or 3 on the buzzer in back. I have requested a consult with Zang in LA just this week. I ahve read of pre-SMP treatments to flatten out the scar. I would be very interested in hearing more about that. I have seen quite a few people posting lately about being dis-satisfied with the over-fading of the first 2 or 3 treatments and then upset with the non-fading of the 4th so I am thinking I would just go with the light treatments as many times as it takes. My current goal would be to work on the scar until I am happy with that over the next 6 months and then expand to the rest of the head when that feels right.... Any advice for a newbie? I have been reading about this the past 4 to 6 months and it feels like something I will have to do. Not just want, but have to because I will now have a thick frontal hairline with nothing behind it.... Thanks for any advice gents! Happy Easter to ya all.