The hairline. Easily one of my favourite aspects of hair transplant surgery. It can easily define the quality of a hair transplant (although a great hair transplant is far from being just an excellent hairline) and it changes everything from the moment you decide on where to place it.
Your hair frames your face in such a profound way that a person can dramatically change his or her appearance just by getting a haircut. We’ve all had that “Wow! You got a haircut! I almost didn’t recognize you!” moment from someone we know, or even caused one ourselves with our bold new, avantgarde haircut.
The hairline is in a way, a surgeon’s signature and one of the things that distinguishes a good surgeon from a great one. It is also one of the most important parts of the surgery. Like I’ve mentioned, hairline placement can make or break a hair transplant and has the most potential to dramatically change the patient’s look…for better or worse.