People go bald as their age, and in the US, there are about 35 million guys enduring baldness or hair loss.
Of course, when you undergo a hair transplant, a linear scar could occur. The good thing is, linear scars can be concealed; here’s what you need to know.
1. FUT or Stripped Scar
What needs to be done by a hair restoration specialist is to go inside the linear scar tissue and blend a little around the scar. This will conceal it so a person can keep wearing their hair short without exposing the scar.
2. Replicated Follicles
The hair follicles should be added inside, and outside. Look for dead spots where there are gaps in the hair. This is to ensure a proper blend and good concealment.
3. Filling inside the Linear Scar
Professionals should also hit sporadically outside the scar. It helps in taking the eye away from the linear scar. The filling creates an amicable and even tone throughout the back of the head.
4. Blending Outside the Scar
When you fill the inside, you should also blend the outside of the linear scar. This is very important, as some scars need more blend, and other linear scars won’t need anymore.
Well, this is just the first session. After a few weeks, the person needs to follow up to nitpick on it and find areas to cover.