Can you give me an analysis of what you see?
Ask yourself: How many hair would have been in this area had you not lost the hair? Normal hair density ranges between 1000-1250 hairs/square inch depending upon your race. To get a reasonable density from a hair transplant when you hair is brown, skin is fair, and hair is of a medium thickness, you need to restore about 20-40% of the original hair density. There are many gaps in your hair transplant and the frontal hairline is a straight line when it should be soft, non-linear and the grafts random and to make matters worse, your doctor put another straight line of hair grafts behind the frontal line. I am worried about the nature of your frontal line grafts, as they must be single hair grafts or your hairline will look pluggy. You will, I am sure, need another transplant but I wouldn’t go back to that doctor again