With the advent of the Scalp Micro-pigmentation procedure, I’m wondering if it actually allows for more FUE harvesting from the donor area. What I mean to say is that one could only have a certain level of FUE grafting before you depleted the donor and left noticable empty spot in the back of the head.
I’m now wondering (if one so chose to)if you can in theory remove more grafts of real hair and simply fill-in the depleted donor area? This of course is assuming the patient wanted a low-cropped/shaved hair style. However, I’m not crazy about the shiny razor-shaved look. I prefer some natural looking stubble on top.
I understand you may think grafting hair on top of your head and shaving it might defeat the purpose, but that’s the look I like. Thanks for your time.
We have had one patient get follicular unit extraction (FUE) on top of the pigmented balding scalp to produce the feeling and appearance of stubble. It works.
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