Coronal Slit Dense Packing Technique

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Posted on : October 14, 2016 | Author: John Kahen | Category: Hair

Dr. Kahen performs hair transplant surgery using smallest recipient site coronal dense incisions for natural results, highest density and quick recovery. Tiny incisions enable more ultra refined follicular hair grafts transplanted in bald spots. How it works Follicular Evolution- from big grafts to micro grafts. It has reformed from "the plug" to "mini Micro grafts" and smaller blades incision. Micro surgical blades are even smaller today than the size of hair grafts. This enables us to make even smaller (tiny) graft incisions utilizing coronal slits. Dense Pack- 40 to 60 follicular unit grafts per square centimeter. This graft density is as much as twice that of the standard follicular unit hair transplant procedure performed by the majority of hair transplant clinics. Also there are no visible signs of surgical incision due to how tiny the incisions are. The healing experience is rapid. The transplanted hair growth is so natural and dense that it is undetectable even under close scrutiny. Designing a natural hair line- Aesthetic talent is vital in a hair transplant surgeon. It is important to understand the concept of design and how best to make the hairline (the frontal line on the upper forehead) as natural as possible. A truly well designed, aesthetic hairline is created with one follicular graft at a time on the hairline. This area of the head is called the "hairline zone" and it covers about 1.5 cm at the front, it is the most apparent part of the head thus making it the most important to appear natural. The grafts that are being place as the front hair line are staggered in a pattern that will appear completely natural as it grows. The hair is placed with special attention and detail as well; this is done so that when the hair grows it will lay in such a manner that it flows smoothly along this line.


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