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Old 05-07-2012, 06:53 PM
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To be fair, one could argue that no single result is considered "typical". If we all had coarse light colored hair and a small area of loss in the front with 5000 plus grafts placed then yes, this would be a typical result. Most of us are not that blessed unfortunately so no, this is not typical.

Make no mistake though, this is true high density placement and the blonde highlights have far less to do with the appearance of density than does the math behind the result. The length, the color, etc. are minor conditions that aid in the final result but it is the sheer numbers along with the placement, angle and direction that makes this result so good.
I couldn't agree more...I think sometimes hair color compliments results...i.e..salt n pepper look, however in this case, this is sheer genius on part of the surgeon!!!
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Old 08-23-2012, 07:20 PM
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Do you guys think the same result could have been achieved via FUE (same amount of grafts) instead of strip? Could FUE ever come close to this? I've never seen a FUE case with long hair like that...
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Old 08-23-2012, 10:20 PM
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Do you guys think the same result could have been achieved via FUE (same amount of grafts) instead of strip? Could FUE ever come close to this? I've never seen a FUE case with long hair like that...
I think there are many factors as to why Johnny b had such a killer result. 5000 grafts to the frontal third is a big part of it. To fue 5000 is a lot of time and money. Most likely you would have to have multiple sessions. Truth is, I haven't seen many fut surgeries that have had this killer of a result let alone fue, but anything is possible I guess...
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Old 08-23-2012, 10:42 PM
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I agree with icecreamman, I'm not sure that this result could be duplicated at all. Its way above average to say the least
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