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Old 02-28-2018, 07:41 AM
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Default FUE Beard Transplantation 3000 Grafts by Dr. SEYMAN

Dr Seyman clinic – Beard Transplantation Result Photos

These are pictures one of our patients. The pictures are "before & after" surgery, result of a beard transplantation surgery. FUE beard transplantation surgery was perfmormed by Dr Seyman Clinic.

With advanced FUE technique, beard transplant procedure was performed using 3000 grafts. Requested result was achieved with 1 session.

Extraction performed with a 0.7mm punch.

Incisions are executed by dr Ertugrul Seyman with lateral slit technique.

Grafts Implanted in 1 session: 3000 grafts

Patient age: 34

This patient doesn’t take any hair loss medications.

The patient returned in our clinic at 10th days for aftercare control. We waiting incredible result!

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Wow, great pictures Dr. Seyman, and apparently great results for your patient. Also, nice job with that tiny diameter punch you used (.7mm). Well done Sir.
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Wow, great pictures Dr. Seyman, and apparently great results for your patient. Also, nice job with that tiny diameter punch you used (.7mm). Well done Sir.
Thanks I use the diameter according to the structure of the patient's hair and grafts. I love to work with precision. It's pleasure for me when patients are satisfied with the result.
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It Looks great but 3000 grafts into the beard? Wow...
Hopefully he will not get hairloss. One thing is for sure: In a couple of years the hippster beard will be out-fashioned.

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One thing is for sure: I a couple of years the hippster beard will be out-fashioned. T
I agree - fashions come and go fleetingly. The Hipster Beard will be replaced by some other thing.

My beard has nothing to do with the current movement - I'm just anticipating that my time machine will work properly so I can visit ancient Rome.
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It Looks great but 3000 grafts into the beard? Wow...
Hopefully he will not get hairloss. One thing is for sure: In a couple of years the hippster beard will be out-fashioned.
In fact, I transplanting beard to over 25 years old men, because beard growth is related to the hormonal balance of a patien and genetic codes dominate after 25 years of age... not every man is endowed with a thick beard....every patient have own point of view just matter of satisfaction
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I agree - fashions come and go fleetingly. The Hipster Beard will be replaced by some other thing.

My beard has nothing to do with the current movement - I'm just anticipating that my time machine will work properly so I can visit ancient Rome.
usually young people waching TV series and they take artist's for idol. This was also the case in Turkey, when a historical series related of the Ottoman Empire was broadcast. Then everyone was mad about beard transplantation. I refused to do beard transplantation 17-18-19 year old boys.
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usually young people waching TV series and they take artist's for idol. This was also the case in Turkey, when a historical series related of the Ottoman Empire was broadcast. Then everyone was mad about beard transplantation. I refused to do beard transplantation 17-18-19 year old boys.
Dr Seyman,

What is your take on trichopigmentation/scarring among South Asian/Dark skinned individuals when using donor from beard area?
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What is your take on trichopigmentation/scarring among South Asian/Dark skinned individuals when using donor from beard area?
Dear sadhairlossman,

At each consultation, I look carefully at the donor area... beard also must be appropriate and healthy.The beard donor area where I use is usually the area 2 fingers under chin (between chin and neck. Otherwise, if it is taken from other region (face side), there is a chance of leaving a scars.
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