Human hairs grow in follicular units of one hair to four hairs. With the use of the microtechnology technique the result is a completely natural-looking transplant without the clumpy or “dolls head” look of the old, large slit or round grafts. The tiny grafts can be placed very close together now 50 to 70 per square centimeter), producing uniformity of hair distribution and an accurate reproduction of normal hair architecture. Donor sites can be precisely oriented to reproduce the natural flow and contour of hair across scalp zones. Single hairs are strategically placed along the hairline and center of the whorl; 1-2 hair grafts are used in the adjacent zones and part lines; and 2-4 hair grafts elsewhere. Strategic placement produces both soft margins, transition zones and interior density. Shown below is a patient who had received a hair transplant utilizing older technology. On the right is the same patient who revised and enhanced his appearance with the current method of ultra-refined hair transplantation at True and Dorin.