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  1. Hi Lasercap, I totally understand that we all have to be wary of photos with misleading lighting. I took 3 of those 4 deliberately by the window with the sun shining on me so you guys could get a close look. The other one has lighting right above me. But you’re right, they aren’t the same as studio quality. At the 6 month mark I’m going to go back in the office and I believe they will take pics and maybe even a video. Those will surely be better quality than the ones from my iPhone. I’ll post those on here too at that point. But the purpose of my post was to point out that after 3 procedures
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  2. Thanks. The self-confidence that this process has restored is amazing.
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  3. @SprayPaint your hair looks amazing man, subtle changes make all the difference in the world. Without seeing your face I can tell that you look younger.
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  4. @Vickykuril when I was at the barber earlier this week, the women in the chair next to me said she would never have guessed. My barber also has a lot of clients who’ve had HTs. He said Hasson’s work is the best he’s seen. (Albeit you get what you pay for.) to put it in perspective, I had a get together with some college friends I hadn’t seen in a long time, and the only thing I got was “You look younger now that you cut your hair shorter.” And trust me, if these guys suspected a thing, they would’ve ripped into me. So guessing it is undetectable at this point. Hope this helps.
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  5. Just want to add another thought or two... While I completely empathize with you, OP, and the other unhappy patients on here and I truly hope you concerns are resolved and things are made right....I find it detrimental to this community when those members that have not had a procedure done or have had a procedure with another surgeon/clinic pile-on with such negativity, not for the clinics sake but for that of all the new and future patients and forum members posting their journey and updates on this forum. I can definitely understand OP and other patients unhappy with their results venti
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  6. I see u commented on another post about Dr Diaz, saying about how outstanding hes work is..So why are so many complaining??? And why is hisbwork so rough??? No clue to why I bled so much i hadnt drank for over 2 weeks...
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  7. We'd need to conduct a poll in order to do this...no other way to derive that info. Let me be clear...it's not my goal here to blindly defend the clinic. I'm simply trying to give viewers (those who are looking for information in order to make a decision) an accurate understanding of their options in terms of costs, risks, and likely outcomes, using real numbers and not my feelings. I don't necessarily agree with the clinic's decision to operate on 6 patients a day, with limited surgeon supervision during extraction and implantation. That being said, the way in which surgeries ar
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  8. Here’s 2 more photos outside with hair freshly washed from the morning.
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  9. Hey @ItHasToLookNatural The short answer is no, it doesn’t look thin. The hair is dense. Dr Hasson packed it very densely. Unless I’m 2 inches away from a mirror with harsh light directly overhead it’s hard to see through it. Granted there are times when I’m blow drying it and depending on where the gust is hitting the hair it can look odd, but once combed looks completely natural. There are a couple of spots where it’s not as densely packed as others, but I think I’m the only one who notices those bc I’ve been watching it so closely for months. Hope this answers your question.
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  10. @Steeeve Even when wet, your scar is barely visible and it is far from being fully healed. You are doing great, man. My procedure is next week and I am getting so nervous, I can barely eat. Lol.
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  11. Thanks for your advise harin. I will get my sides trimmed very soon
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  12. I'm in the same boat. Getting close to 7 month mark and not really seeing any results. Hoping some changes happen soon. 12 months+ is so long to hope for results. Especially frustrating seeing people get results in 4-5 months.
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  13. Does dr hasson ever not knock it out the park?!
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  14. @Etika and @haircrown123, Well for starters both of you have the same profile picture or variation of it anyway which I’m assuming therefore it is a hair transplant clinic that you must represent. Both of you seem to be promoting the benefits of FUE without actually discussing it like educated individuals. FUE certainly has its advantages but both of you sound like talking billboards for the procedure and likely your clinic. Since you clearly are not aware of the policies, if you do represent a hair transplant clinic, you are required to disclose your affiliation in your forum s
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