When I went to see Dr. Wong for my nine month follow up he noted that not only did I have excellent growth but I also had an improvement in my crown on the bottom half of the whorl. Dr. Wong said that this was a good sign and would indicate that I’d have a great result from more surgery. Long story short, we agreed to do a second procedure. During the follow up visit he only talked about slightly lowering my hairline, adding density to the top and addressing the top half of the whorl pattern of my crown. The theory was that as the hair in the top half of my crown whorl grew out gravity would take over and help the hair to “drape” over the bottom half of my whorl therefore giving a continuity to my coverage. This eventually proved to be a brilliant strategy as you’ll see after these initial hair transplant surgery pictures.