There are a number of ways to fix this problem. Since I was the first doctor to perform large sessions of small grafts, I must have fixed hundreds of such patients. The first way to address this is to remove the pluggy grafts provided that there are not too many of them. If they take up the entire frontal area, then it is best to have another hair transplant and overwhelm the pluggy grafts creating a new nature hairline. These pugs can be s source of donor hair as well, as the surgeon can take hair using FUE techniques from the plubs to thin them out. These hairs can be relocated to soften and normalize the look. Longer hair works better than shorter hair once this process is complete. Here is a patient that had terrible plugs and how I fixed fixed it with a series of photos and linkes for you to follow: https://baldingblog.com/2005/10/07/repairing-pluggy-transplant-with-photos/
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