A large portion of hair transplant repair cases are performed to replace the "corn row" or "doll hair" look left behind by primitive techniques used prior to today's modern transplant procedures. Unnatural looking hairlines, hairs placed in the wrong direction, unsightly scars left from the removal of the donor strip are a few other reasons why one may consider repairing past work.
Understandably, it may be extremely difficult for an individual whom has encountered such an experience to trust another surgeon to provide the patient with the results once desired. Repair work requires more experience and creativity on the part of the surgeon than when performing the original hair transplant on a virgin scalp. Remain confident that options are available to correct your current situation. HTM can direct you to surgeons that have continuously proven their ability to restore the lives and faith of individuals who have been exposed to poor workmanship and dated hair transplant methods.
This section will eventually allow you to locate a surgeon who can assist you in your area of concern.