If I am prone to forming keloids is it still possible to safely undergo hair transplant surgery w/out forming additional keloids? And have you ever done a hair transplant on someone who has a history of keloids?
Many patients undergo hair transplantation despite a history of keloids, and most of them do well. Keloids can appear on the frontal hairline, but that is relatively rare. Keloid scarring is more likely to form on the donor scar, but the surrounding hairs will cover it so that it’s generally not a problem.