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The Importance of Hairline Design in Hair Transplant

In hair transplantation Hairline design is a key for a natural appearance.

The hairline is the part of the hair and it looks clear when we see any persons forehead. As it is also the part of our face thats why we look several times at mirror each day.

If the hairline does not look natural, then a sign of hair transplant will be noticed.

A few years ago, hair transplantation techniques were given unsatisfactory results, mainly due to the poor hairline. For this reason, the result of older hair transplantation techniques was characterized as dolls look, now the problem has overcome with the modern FUE technique.

To design hairline, the doctor must be experienced. Nature does not provide straight lines, so any hairline that looks like it was drawn with a ruler will not look natural.

Furthermore, hairlines provided by nature do not spring abruptly from the top of the forehead like a wall of hair. Nature provides a transition zone of fine hairs -sometimes called a feathering to ease the eye from the barren expanse of the forehead to the hair coverage at the top of the head.

Therefore, when designing the hairline, it should consist of follicular units containing just one or two hairs, providing a less thick hair, and large-sized follicular units (containing three, four or five hairs) should be placed as we move towards the top of the head for thicker hair.

Importance of Hairline Design in Hair Transplant

Careful design and planning are one of the essential parts of the hair transplant process.

To get the best results it required planning and consultation with each and every patient. The surgeon has to ensure that a hair must look natural not only today but also into the future.

The natural hairline is neither too close to the eyebrows nor too far away.

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