Figure 14

(a) Female patient before HT-1 to frontal recessions. (b) 8 months after HT-1 (1573 FU at 30 FU/cm2).

Figure 15

(a) Female patient before HT-1 to very severe frontal recessions. (b & c) 13 months after HT-1 (1981 FU at 30 FU/cm2).

Figure 19

(a) A 52-year-old female patient before hair transplanting to a frontal midline area. (b) 7 years after a hair transplant consisting of 843 FU and 113 double FU (a total of 1069 FU). The patient was being seen for possible transplanting further back from the first recipient area. (c) A photo taken at the same time as (b), with the hair combed back for critical evaluation. A little hair placed properly and with good hair survival can go a long way cosmetically—especially because hair is nearly always being added to some persisting original hair in women. The fear of relatively soon loss of transplanted hair is also misplaced if the donor area has been appropriately chosen.

Figure 30

Before and after hair transplanting at 30 FU/cm2 in a female with moderately severe frontal and recession hair loss.