This patient is a 36 year old hair restoration patient who experienced slow loss of his frontal hairline, showing bilateral recession associated with thinning in the frontal forelock and central midscalp. His family history and physical exam were negative for significant crown loss. We were able to rebuild these areas over two procedures, advancing the hairline from procedure one through procedure two. Graft Counts: 1228 ones; 2744 twos; 583 threes.
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.