This picture was taken on September 15th before I hopped out of my car to take care of some errands. In this shot, you can definitively see the improvement from the day of the surgery up until now.
Now when I look in the mirror, the area almost looks like myself back in the day when my head was shaved down, only up front. The area is shaded in nicely and if you look at me from the front the illusion of density is starting to form.
For not being at the full mark of month 4 just yet.
These photos are a little tricky. One of them you can't really tell much difference from the past month. The other however, you can see that there has definitely been some positive growth. At this point I was able to look in the mirror and definitely see some definitive improvement. Slow, but steady improvement. Which is a good thing.
Now, I'm not sure if this is just implanted hairs that have not shed and thus fallen out, or what. I'm going to err on the side of caution and say that these were implanted hairs from the donor area that basically did not shed. But I personally felt that starting month two, especially at the end of the month, I was already seeing improvement.
These pictures were the best I could get with the lighting, and you can see that the area on my head is still quite pink. The numbness lasted for qu
Work has had me insanely busy since the Surgery. Today is the first real day I've had a chance to actually sit down and relax enough to update this. Which is, long, long overdue. After taking multiple pictures every day I decided it was simply best to take a few pictures each month and then select the best one representing the Progress thus far.
Stuart fired me off an email asking to see an update on the scars and if I could send photos. I had enough time to send them off to him and
Sutures were removed on Tuesday of June 12th.
Was very glad to have them out. Marked a milestone for me in the process of the hair transplant. Surprisingly, I still had 40% of the grafts remaining and they have been growing. I do however, expect them to shed as time goes on.
The recipient area looks good, and Stuart and Dr. Panine said that the Donor area healed great, and that in 2 months the scar will be feint and difficult to notice.
I'l update on Tuesday the 19th again for