I have these bumps on my recipient area. I had the surgery 6 weeks ago and these bumps seem to stick around. I asked my doctor about it and he said not to worry, they would go away. What do you think?
This is classic cobblestonning, something we used to see a great deal when the grafts were larger. These grafts were not placed flush with the skin so they healed elevated with this cobbling just like a cobble stoned street of the old days. This may or many not go away. There is nothing you can do about this. I never allow my grafts to be placed above the surface of the skin so I never get cobbling. The arrow on the picture on the left, shows elevation of the grafts from the flat forehead, a classic cobbling effect.