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African American Hair Transplants – Day Of Surgery Case Study

African american hair types are often considered harder to perform hair transplants on. We’ll be following this case over the next 12 months to show just how nice of an outcome you can expect from extremely curly hair types.

We’re really proud of the density of the transplants. The pattern really looks like normal hair coverage and will not be pluggy at all as the case resolves.

With any hair transplant the case will scab over and heal in the first week. After that the transplanted hair will fall out and new hair will start to grow from the implanted follicle. In about 45 days the patient will start to see the stubble from the new growth showing through.

Most transplant cases start to really show at 6 months! We’ll be following this patient from JULY 2015 through the whole process. Next summer he’s going to look amazing.

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