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  1. Can see your concerns, especially in the 3 month post procedure pictures. Fingers crossed there is just some shock loss involved and there is some improvement in the coming months. Personally, if someone has had a fairly large 4000-5000 grafts FUE as their first procedure, think one needs to tread fairly carefully in any subsequent procedures and smaller procedures are better imo. Regardless, looking at your pre-op pictures, totally understandable why you only wanted the crown worked on and that's it. Certainly do not like the sound of the clinic almost cajoling you into an extra 2000 gr
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  2. 7 procedures, 20 years after.....Great. But this is a difficult question when you consider medical therapy which should be incorporated in the answer. Regardless of how natural the results are, if you look worse now because you did nothing, (meds wise), it is unlikely you'll get a positive response. If worse, most feel the procedure didn't work or they lost the transplants all together.
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  3. I can say that hair transplantation is not for life, I did a hair transplant in 2016, for the first two years the result was satisfactory, but after the second year I had a sudden thinning and I can say that many have been transplanted to abandon me. In my humble opinion I can also say that the hair transplanted with the Fut has more duration than those inputted with Fue, and in any case it changes from person to person, so much depends on our vascularization in the receiving area, but nobody gives him the due importance ... and it is a genetic thing unfortunately ... we cannot know if wher
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  4. @Sean there are doctors who do the whole procedure or most of them personally, for example doctor Pekiner or Dr. Bicęr, have only one patient a day.
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  5. The step that is most important in terms of doctor input is the incisions. Technicians extracting and implanting is fine. Though results will tend to be better the more work the doc does him-/herself, the marginal difference is small. Do make sure to get in writing the resume and experience of the technicians that will be working on you, especially the one doing the extractions (the lead hand) You really need to trust me on this: do not go to any doctor that uses any form of micromotor FUE! Motorized extraction tools subject the grafts to a lot more damage than manual ones and will drasti
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  6. Thank you Sean, much appreciated, luckily i got a last minute appointment and flew out within 2 weeks of a cancellation and them calling me. I put myself on the cancellation list when i put my deposit down. I wasn't meant to have the surgery until September next year. 18 months his waiting list is now.
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  7. Thank you Phil, when i first joined the forum and looked at potential hairline surgeons, i couldn't find one thread who had a transplant with him on the forum. Just lots of comments about him in general or potentially being a surgeon. I am sure we will see more threads with him in the future although his waiting list is a long one.
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  8. Look amazing and natural— no wonder your doc is extremely booked. The doc is certainly doing it right. You picked the right doc! Congrats. This is about to be a killer result.
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  9. This is why it is critical that every individual considering a HT procedure needs to have a thorough microscopic examination of the entire donor region(s) before having any procedure done. The doctor can then ascertain if the donor has DHT receptive areas or if the area is fine for harvesting.
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  10. more than your hair, I am looking at that ripped body !! Holy Smoke !! That’s really a ripped body !!
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  11. Great shape of both hair and body. Great to see a report from you.
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  12. I agree with everyone else — your hairline is perfect.
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  13. Best results in a quick time...how quick? Board certification....in hair restoration? Expertise....Where did you learn? Do your doctors have fellowships? What types of procedures do you offer?
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  14. Subtle change looks good. Congrats.
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  15. this is how i was before the second surgery, wasn't enough 2000/2500? and today we would be all happy? Well now you are going to laugh, they want to sue me because i made a blog where i just testify exactly what i put in this report, with pictures and an exact descripcion of what has happened. Can you imagine? Not only they there is a possibility that my donor is damaged but i can't even express myself and tell the truth!! unebelievable!
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