After doing some research on hair restoration surgery, it seems like almost all hair transplant surgeons recommend that only single hair follicular unit grafts are used in the newly constructed hairline. However, I’m curious, is it ever appropriate to utilize multiple hair follicular unit grafts (2-3 hairs) in the hairline during a hair transplant procedure?
Although multiple hair grafts in patients with white, light grey, or blonde hair might not be as noticeable compared to patients with darker hair, it’s still not recommended for any hair restoration patient.
In fact, I have successfully removed multi-haired grafts in the hairline many times over the years.
Dr. Glenn Charles
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