I at 22 years old and had one hair transplant procedure with 3300 grafts in the first 2/3ds inch for my Class 2 balding pattern. Now my hairline is clearly not normal looking and runs like a straight line across my brow. What can I do to fix the problem.
A 22 year old with a Norwood Class 2 pattern (see image at right) should never have been transplanted. I am assuming that you understand that in many young men, the Class 2 pattern is a movement from a juvenile to a mature hairline. I am also assuming that the surgeon put your hairline against the upper crease in your furrowed brow and if I am right, you may have limited your options to fix it.
What you need is a thinner hairline, one that is irregular. I would want to know if you are balding behind the area that was transplanted and if so, what did the miniaturization study show (get one if you did not have one done). If you have had a successful transplant of that number of grafts in that narrow a space, you will appear more dense in the front if you are thinning behind it. You need to know all of the options and build a good Master Plan with a good doctor. Ask your doctor what he had on his mind when he built that hairline for you. More surgery may or may not be one of your choices.