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 Posted: Wed Apr 5th, 2017 08:19 am
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What is the most effective treatment for FUE scarring?

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It depends on how bad your scarring is. best options seem to be SMP or have grafts placed back in the area.
Is your donor depleted or moth-eaten? How do you wear your hair, short or long?
Really need more info and pictures if possible.



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The best, and only option as far as I know, is to get SMP done in the donor area. Nicole offers temporary SMP that is effective for my donor region (as well as on my FUT scars) at Shapiro Medical in Minneapolis.



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I was thinking Smp would be the best approach. Wylie, have you any pictures showing your Smp?

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 Posted: Fri Apr 14th, 2017 05:06 pm
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Depending on how bad your scarring is or how depleted will determine what can be done. SMP is a good viable option. Get in touch with SMG and Vinci clinic to see if they can help.



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