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Dr. Baubac Hayatdavoudi (Alvi Armani) - Full restoration zones 1-4 (Hair Transplant)

posted by johnp E-mail, New Jersey, 11.09.2012, 21:06

» » The hairline design is like a perfect triangle, a little too straight if
» » you ask me but I don't think anyone would pay attention with the hair
» all
» » grown out, but anyway how do you decide whether to give the patient a
» » triangular shaped hairline instead of a more "rounded" hairline?
» Hey guys, this is a great question.
» The design of the hairline is tailored to each patient specifically.
» Rather it be a hairline that is straight across, rounded, temple closure, a
» feathered and softer look, a high density hairline.
» The hairline is created to fit the patient's facial characteristics. Donor
» availability, the density the patient is looking to achieve and hairline
» placement are all taken in to consideration during the design proccess.

You gave a very generic response, can you use the guy in this thread as an example and explain why Dr. Armani gave him a V shape hairline instead of something that is more rounded or simply closing off the temples entirely? Not that I am suggesting a lower hairline for this guy but just curious about the logic behind the design.

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