Here we have a Strip case from Dr. Bisanga, 4280 grafts to redesign his new hair line and temples then move back through the frontal area to increase the density within the areas miniaturised and then a smaller coverage over his crown.
The split was about 3500 in the frontal area and around 800 in the crown.
Hairs to Grafts: 1's 631 2's 1736 3's 1475 4's 438 10,280 hairs average of 2.40 hairs per unit and helped with this result.
Patient has coarse hair.
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Norwood class 3A
The Norwood Class A patterns are characterized by a predominantly front to back progression of hair loss. These patterns lack the connecting bridge across the top of the scalp and generally have more limited hair loss in the crown, even when advanced.