Poor guy, he really has been through it bad looking at his pictures;ss; It's truly heartwarming to see posts where people who have been through the mill finally get some resolve and get work done by people who actually know what they are doing.
That tramline scar reminded me of my old scar that caused me so much misery in the past but i can't begin to imagine how this poor guy must have felt with all his problems going on.
Obviously we all understand with his situation being so severe in all honesty he's never going to get an 100% disguise of his burns and scars etc, but what he has got is a very big improvement in the overall way his head looks which will give him more confidence and should help eliminate people from staring as they no longer stand out a mile and have been disguised well imo.
bullitnut: this guy got a very important burnt when he was very young, part of the burnt tissue was surgically removed and a hair transplant was performed on him when he was that young. The problem is that then, in this case, an androgenetic alopecia occurred and brought to the miniaturization of the indigenous hair, uncovering the previous hair surgeries. For sure, the hair transplants were not well performed and the scarring tissue in the donor area was very evident. Fortunately, we have been able to partially solve the problem. The guy used to wear a lace wig that he was not standing anymore. The use of this prosthesis has for sure been a limit for tricopigmentation since it is preferable to treat a "virgin" skin that has not been mechanically stressed for years.