Best Results of Grade 7 Baldness Patient, 7000 Grafts (Scalp + Beard), Dr Pradeep Sethi - Eugenix Hair Sciences
Mr. Raman was very conscious about his hair loss and he used to keep his hairs on the side of his head longer and used to cover the balding area with it. He had curlier side of hair and the donor density was very good and he wanted to cover the total area in one go.
With our rich experience of BHT, we took up the case and judiciously kept the hairline at the optimum point (not too hight neither too low) keeping in mind the ultimate coverage of his total bald area.
Breakup of the grafts:
Scalp: 4000 (Singles: 530, Rest were Multiples)
Since he had curlier side of scalp hair, his beard hair blended well with the transplanted scalp hair. We provided the graded density from front to crown keeping in mind that the front is the aesthetic importance to the person.
After 9 months most of his hair were grown and the crown was as expected, had a little lower density in comparison to the front. And his scalp donor is still adequate to be harvested again to do the crown.
As you can see in my pictures, the frontal zone was rather empty with a lot of vellus hair. I had already tried Minoxidil and was on Finastride prior to the procedure. The medicines did certainly help me to prevent any further progression of baldness.
I thought I'd update my album and plus, I got a new haircut that I really liked, so win-win.
Keep in mind that these photos are 20 years after I got my first hair transplant (I'm 51 years old now) and you haven't read anything else in my profile, I've had a total of 6 hair transplants.
My medication and supplement regime consists of: Propecia (I've been on it for at least 15 years) and taking daily supplements of biotin, zinc, iron and folic acid.
My hair care routine is: a shampoo for color treated hair, because, yes, my hair is dyed and about once a week, I work in a use of Nizoral shampoo as well.
Occasionally, I will use warm olive oil as a hair treatment (put some in the microwave, apply it through the hair with a comb and keep it in overnight). I also use castor oil sometimes too (put a little bit in your hair, comb it through and leave it in overnight). At one point, I was using the castor oil treatment two or three times a week and while some may disagree, it seemed to help make my hair a slight bit thicker.
I recently dyed my hair and gave myself very subtle highlights, you can only see these highlights if the light is shining down on my hair, but this just goes to show that you can dye, cut, and style your transplanted hair any way you see fit.