Wonderful results. You have possibly used up half of your donor supply or more depending upon your original donor density. From the photos, it looks like you have a Norwood Class 4A pattern and the A patterns are great because it is likely that even if you lost all of the hair in that pattern (a Norwood Class 5A pattern), you would still have enough hair to cover the new balding areas; however, for others who are not so lucky and don’t have a Norwood A pattern of balding, so many grafts placed in the frontal triangle would leave them devastated with not enough donor hair to fill up a Class 5, 6 or 7 pattern. Keep in mind that a Personalized Master Plan is needed to not only treat the present balding pattern with a hair transplant as you have done, but the worst pattern that you might develop so that you will always look normal and hairy.
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