Hair Restoration Blog Dallas

Thinking of Visual Walls When Building Up the Frontal Region of the Scalp

Published on November 7, 2013 by

Artistically designed hair transplant to create optimal visual hair density The goal of hair restoration is to build up enough hair density that one does not have much see-through effect.  Put another way, rows upon rows of hair grafts must be placed so that each row adds to the visual effect of blocking one’s view […]

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The Concept of the Extended Central Forelock in Hair Restoration

Published on November 7, 2013 by

Central Forelock and Extended Central Forelock in Hair Restoration The central forelock is one of the most important concepts that exist for hair restoration.  If the central forelock, that lies immediately behind the hairline looks empty, the person will remain looking bald.  Every graft that is situated in the central forelock also blocks light from […]

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Thinking of Visual Walls When Building Up the Frontal Region of the Scalp

Published on May 5, 2012 by

The goal of hair restoration is to build up enough hair density that one does not have much see-through effect. Put another way, rows upon rows of hair grafts must be placed so that each row adds to the visual effect of blocking one’s view of the bald scalp behind it. This brief article will […]

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The Concept of the Extended Central Forelock in Hair Restoration

Published on April 29, 2012 by

The central forelock is one of the most important concepts that exist for hair restoration. If the central forelock, that lies immediately behind the hairline looks empty, the person will remain looking bald. Every graft that is situated in the central forelock also blocks light from the front and the two 45-degree side angles as […]

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Regional Hair Restoration: How to Select Hairs for Optimal Graft Placement

Published on March 29, 2012 by

Many times hairs are just moved from the back of the head to the front of the head based on the number of hairs that are bundled in each follicular unit. For example, 1-hair grafts are placed into the front hairline and 2-hair grafts behind that and so on. However, little is paid to the […]

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Defining The Three Central Scalp Zones and Their Importance

Published on December 12, 2011 by

When I strategize to rebuild the head with transplanted grafts, I think globally and I think specifically. Thinking globally refers to how I distribute my grafts over a wide area of balding scalp based on priority. Thinking specifically means how do I think about smaller regions of the scalp for hair restoration. This blog article […]

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Jude Laws Central Forelock

Published on September 18, 2011 by

Jude Law’s Central Forelock The actor Jude Law has significant hair loss but does not seem that bald in appearance simply because he has a relatively strong retained central forelock. (I believe he has had a hair transplant by the way.) As a reminder, the central forelock is the tuft of hair that sits immediately […]

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The Principle of Convergence: How to Leverage Grafts in Hair Transplantation

Published on July 14, 2011 by

In the past two years I have made a small but significant modification to my hair transplant work that I would like to share with my prospective and established patients. The concept is convergence and how to place grafts especially toward the midline of the head in such a way as to achieve even greater […]

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Regions of the Head for Hair Transplant Part 1 of 4: The Central Forelock

Published on March 17, 2011 by

In this article series, I will investigate some of the vital areas of the scalp that are transplanted and how I go about doing that. The terms that I describe here are ones that I use to communicate with my team and also how I strategize my approach to transplanting the scalp. The only area […]

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