Each patient requires a design in hair transplant. One of the basic principles that defines the way of working of Dr. Panno, one of the hair surgeons of reference of the international scene, is the personalized and particular treatment of each patient. Each hair transplant requires previous work on the part of the doctor in which, among other things, a design is made that will guide the intervention and that will be approved by the patient before beginning the capillary surgery. Design in a hair transplant The front line, both for men and women, is one of the most common areas where hair grafts are performed, and thanks to Dr. Panno’s experience, the use of state-of-the-art instruments and the use of techniques of advanced hair surgery, make the results a success.
To carry out the design of a hair transplant on the first frontal line, the following aspects must be taken into account:
1. The rule of thirds: to start the dialing, Dr. Panno is guided by the so-called rule of thirds. This consists of dividing the face into four proportional parts to have a reference of where the front should begin.
2. The phenotype of the face: in addition to the previous step, and the importance of looking for the natural aspect in the final result, Dr. Panno takes into account the patient’s features. For example: if the patient has round features, a rounder forehead should be made. The musculature of the forehead will also be taken into account for the design.
3. The density: should be as similar as possible to the actual density of the patient, especially in the first centimeter. You can also reach the first one and a half centimeters or two centimeters, depending on the curvature of the patient’s head. From here, the density may be lower, as it was before the hair transplant to always seek the greatest naturalness.
After the intervention, the follow-up of postoperative medical treatment will be essential to guarantee the excellence of the results, as well as the care of the treated area.
Hair graft with a professional
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