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Hi guys just wondering what your thoughts are on my current norwood class? I'm not really sure to be honest, I've just recently started to notice my hairloss, specifically the hairline obviously I will attach photos below. I just had my consultation with Dr. Diep and estimated me for 1500 grafts FUE but I asked him if I could do 2000 to get a really nicely dense hairline if need be so I guess i will ask him to go max up to 2000 then. Let me know your thoughts/advice thanks so much this community is the best.
Just to clarify, it was NOT the previously transplanted hair which was subject to the mentioned hair loss. My surgeon even advised me that I would likely face a second transplant with the years to come. This was outlined to me prior to commencement. As known, a transplant does not prevent from further receding, which in my case was mainly linked to medication. There was a slight problem with the first HT where the left front turned out to have a better density than the right side. But this was very minor. I have opted for the second transplant based on the problem that my existing hair behind the new hairline receded. But again this was something which I knew would soon or later occur. In my case there was still plenty of donor hair available and I am pretty satisfied with the given result so far. Keep in mind that that I have had only 2430 grafts taken when I have had my first HT. That was enough to reinstate the hairline and to fill a bit of the crown area.