November 28 2012, 10:49 am PT | Posted in: Hair Transplantation
Hi and thanks for your website. My question is pretty straight forward. When transplanting hair, I can see how you can control the direction, but can you control the rotation? If your hair has a slight curve, it is possible the hair will curve in the opposite direction to the existing hair.
Yes, hair rotation can be controlled and it should be controlled in most experienced hands. It is particularly important for the eyebrow, for example, where you want the hair to lie down against the forehead, not stick up all pointy. All of my staff have been trained to place the rotation in a consistent manner that strategically fits with the plan.