Most patients have follicular unit grafts that contain 1, 2 or 3 hairs. These could be placed randomly back into the scalp leading to an unnatural hair transplant result. Dr. Ende understands natural hair patterns and density and is able to use these grafts in higher level arrangement. A microfollicular transition zone is usually used by placing the single hair grafts (interspersed with a few double) towards the front of the hair hairline, followed by using the larger grafts behind these. Most people talk about a microfollicular transition zone as only using single hair grafts along the hairline, but a more natural result can be obtained by using some doubles as well. With this said, the smaller 2 hair grafts are the most appropriate and should be placed in the same size tiny slits as the single hair grafts. It goes without saying at this point that an irregular pattern needs to be used along the hairline of follicular unit hair grafts since a straight line is obviously unnatural (but unfortunately still happens with some hair transplant sessions even in New York) With these techniques in mind, Dr. Ende is able to obtain some the most natural hair transplant results in New York.
Kevin H. Ende, MD113 E. 39th Street
New York, NY 10016
I am now five months into my second hair transplant and it is looking very good. Dr. Ende has turned an initally depressing situation into something that can clearly be delt with. When I first got started with this I wanted to meet a few doctors. Dr. Ende was number two and I knew he was the guy.Testimonial 3
I was very nervous to have so many procedures done at once, but I have to say that I had no pain and only minor discomfort for a few days after the surgery! I didn’t even have to take any pain medication. Within three weeks, no one could tell I had surgery. My hair is growing back nicely, through and in front of the incision in my hairline, just as Dr. Ende said it would.Testimonial 1
Dr. Ende and his team worked with me and I ended up with over 3,100 hair grafts. The hair started growing in August and it looks completely natural. I am going back in 3 months for a follow up and will schedule another transplant so it looks even thicker.Testimonial 2