Undetectable Hairline Transplant, a Myth or not? Many people considering getting a hair restoration wonder if an undetectable hairline transplant is even possible or simply a myth. One of Dr. U’s patients had undergone a previous surgery that seemed to suggest it was a myth. After seeing Dr. U, however, the patient saw just how possible an undetectable hairline transplant could be.
Undetectable Hairline Transplant, a Myth or not? Patient Background
The patient had received a hairline transplant surgery back in the 1990s that left him with a pluggy, harsh and unnatural looking hairline. In addition to an unsuccessful hairline transformation and thin hair, the patient also had an undesirable surgery scar.
Undetectable Hairline Transplant
Dr. U ‘s article about the use of nape hair to restore the temples and hairline to a more natural looking state was published by the Aesthetic Surgery Journal (ASJ), a premier academic journal in the field of aesthetic surgeries. It profiles how Dr. U used his personal research of over 120 patients to find a more accurate way to determine if someone is eligible for UGraft FUE surgery.
Using his many findings and years of expertise, Dr. U was able to determine that this patient qualified for a hairline transplant. Dr. U was able to accomplish something that many thought was just a myth: The Undetectable Hairline Transplant.
Dr. U has had many success stories in reconstructing new hairlines and giving patients new leases on life in the past, and this case was no different. Dr. U was able to provide the patient with soft and natural looking hair for a fuller hairline and temples. Here is the patient’s progress over the year:
After only a year, the patient is extremely pleased with his results. In the video above, you will see a more detailed account of the patient’s past surgery and how Dr. U was able to reverse the damage it had done.
Read more about how Dr. U is able to repair past failed hairline surgeries here: