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Seven month mark and all going well, I feel that little has changed over the last four weeks but the clinic are happy so far and I’m looking forward to around the nine month mark as I hear a lot that things start to fill out more.
During this month I’ve had a haircut, I tend to go for a two on the sides and back and a tiny bit of the ends (if any)
A 48 years old established Bollywood star started losing his hair with time. Unlike most, it was detrimental to his work. For quite some time he tried to manage with a hairpiece but the maintenance and unnatural look was way overboard. He badly needed a good hair fix and hair transplant was the only resort to his problems. The doctors and he after a detailed discussion on the hair transplant procedure decided what is the best for him. He even allowed us to trim it through and through so that all those places where he was lacking can be taken care of and most importantly fix the hairline! Hence close to 2500 grafts were planted. After 6 months this is what he looks like. He is not only happy that he got to fix all the required areas and there is no way anyone could make out a hair transplant procedure is done. Now he is back into full swing and he is not worrying about hair anymore. This is the 6-month results post HT though next 4-5 months it will just better.
How is this a class 3 vertex loss if we haven't seen his crown? Is the follow definition of 3 vertex correct:
Type III vertex: Represents early hair loss at the crown (Vertex) area, with or without the temples.