Crown or Vertex Surgical Hair Restoration

Treating the crown or vertex can be a technically demanding aspect of surgical hair restoration, largely due to the changing angles and orientation of hairs to recreate the natural spiral that occurs. Furthermore, the surface area of the crown can be extensive, equalling the frontal and mid-section combined, dropping on the sides as well as the back of the head, making restoration demanding and sometime not practical.

It is common the crown is the last area to be treated, due to this the highest number of the safe donor has been used on the frontal and mid-sections, reducing the numbers available to maintain the same even density over the crown. With good hair characteristics this may be possible but the average candidate has to be content with coverage but at a slight lower hair density

Before and Grown Out Result. 4954 Grafts. Hattingen Hair, Switzerland 5. 4772 FUT TOP 4. Before & Grown Out Result. 4920 FUT. Hattingen Hair Transplantation, Switzerland

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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