Patient is a male with fairly classic thinning in the hairline/frontal band and "fronto-temporal corners" regions.
Based upon his hair type, pattern and likely progression, I agreed with his request for a strong, defined hairline, a thick rebuild of the frontal band region, and some "corner closure" -- not something I do on everyone.
Presented are the 7 month results of his surgery. While I shared a few key images here, I highly recommend watching the video. The video contains more pre-op, immediate post-op, and "after" images, and it also includes dry hair video and wet comb-through video. The wet comb-through is my favorite because if a hair transplant looks good wet and slicked back, it will look dense and full with pretty much any style.
Norwood class 2A.
The class A variation of the Norwood scale is a slightly different and less common progression of hair loss. The main differences are that the hairline recedes back uniformly, without leaving an island of hair in the middle, and there is no bald area at the vertex. Instead, the hairline progresses directly from front to back.