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  1. Looks like you've managed to get some pretty good fullness in your hair style there. Perfect example of why non-surgical options should be seriously pursued prior to going under the knife.
    3 points
  2. Hair transplants are already quite expensive without adding all of this stuff. We give patients (do not charge extra) that includes a saline spray, head and shoulders shampoo, and a surgical sponge for sponge washing the first week post-op. As mentioned generic finasteride is dirt cheap, and minoxidil is relatively inexpensive as well. Clinics that charge extra for additional products are taking advantage of patients in a vulnerable position to add to the bottom line without any evidence that it improves the results of the procedure.
    2 points
  3. Wow! The before picture makes me want to guess a little older, and looking at the after images I'd say I would have guessed mid thirties tops. I think that says it all.
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  4. Young Joe Mr. Steal yo girl, balding Joe Mr. Steal yo kids. Shaved head with stubble and I think he’d be back in the game.
    1 point
  5. Actually I have some white hairs - the secret is to cut it real short so that it does not stand out too much
    1 point
  6. Actually we like the zinc in head and shoulders to help with healing.
    1 point
  7. Why would you ever want to do 2 procedures on one person the same day? To get more grafts? Not worth it......And, is the request coming from the patient or the doctor? 1st, elasticity. Depending on how wide the segment is, this could potentially affect how the scar(s) heals. 2nd, and let's call it a ladder, blood supply to the entire area could be compromised. During a post op visit, I did observe a donor area from a patient that did FUT, returned 12 mo later to do another, and then he was considering a third procedure. The area in between the two scars was fairly empty and there wa
    1 point
  8. Looks younger than what he was 8 years ago.🤔
    1 point
  9. I have had a procedure performed by Dr Arocha so some of you may see this opinion as biased. It’s not biased, however, (well, maybe a little🙂) as I have made this argument at least twice with posters about two other doctors with whom I have no association. Not that it may matter to anyone but I see some very astute observations by some posters on the thread and others that leave me scratching my head wondering what you’re talking about... I agree that the photos from the very first post should match up from the befores to the afters. They should 100% be more comparable from the get
    1 point
  10. I've heard good things about Dr. De Freitas, I'll be monitoring your thread closely.
    1 point
  11. Hello! I was on vacation in the Iberian peninsula and didn't have a chance to update at the 7 month mark. I had fun on the vacation and didn't think of my hair at all outside of 1. Morning pill routine 2. post shower minox and 3. gentle brushing for some pics. My phone camera is literal ass, so I didn't take any. I need to ask my SO or mom for some to see how an objective picture looks like. I did wear a hat most of the time to not get my neck or face (or balding head haha) sunburnt. But my point is, I am back to being unconcerned about my hair ( I was basically fully aware after my "discovery
    1 point
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