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  1. Thanks Chris, next time I would make sure you do scalp exercises a good few Months before your next ht, really helped for me.
  2. 7 Month update....... I am very pleased with the results so far. It's all really beginning to thicken up and the closure this time round was amazing. I was worried about the 3rd strip and the possibility of it stretching but this was the best closure out of the 3 ops, truly undetectable. I did however have quite bad shock loss around the sides of scar which i had to use Dermatch in early days but it's all growing back now. Sorry the pictures are not the best, I will take some better ones next time, as you can see these are taken with hair gel and for those who don't know I had very aggressive hair loss, severe nw 6 territory. Mainly just hairline and temple photos, I will try take some above photos and crown in next few days.
  3. Now I remember why I stopped posting on the forums, he he ! Everyone has their own opinions on who is the best but for someone like me who needed a lot of grafts then Dr Hasson is the only one. See a mention before about the possibility of becoming a nw7 and I was hearing that same thing when I had my first ht 8 years ago. Suppose nobody knows how they are going to end up but I've mirrored my hair loss on that of the rest of my family and nobody is a nw7. In fact both of my Grandfathers died with full heads of hair, my farther is nw 6 like myself and still has very thick donor hair in his mid 60's. Back home now and the swelling reduced sufficiently for a comfortable flight home, will update photos as and when. Looking forward to getting the staples out but I must say that the closure looks fantastic, even better than on 2 previous occasions.
  4. Now I remember why I stopped posting on the forums, he he ! Everyone has their own opinions on who is the best but for someone like me who needed a lot of grafts then Dr Hasson is the only one. See a mention before about the possibility of becoming a nw7 and I was hearing that same thing when I had my first ht 8 years ago. Suppose nobody knows how they are going to end up but I've mirrored my hair loss on that of the rest of my family and nobody is a nw7. In fact both of my Grandfathers died with full heads of hair, my farther is nw 6 like myself and still has very thick donor hair in his mid 60's. Back home now and the swelling reduced sufficiently for a comfortable flight home, will update photos as and when. Looking forward to getting the staples out but I must say that the closure looks fantastic, even better than on 2 previous occasions.
  5. Thanks the the comments. Win200 I was told by posting pictures on forums before my first ht that I wouldn't be suitable for any ht's as I had a poor donor density and to much area to cover, by others posters. Luckily I still wen't ahead and Dr Hasson said my density was very high indeed and my scalp laxity was freakish. After this last surgery Dr H said I still had the laxity of an average virgin scalp. Harin, 2006 was first 08 second and now just had third. Thanks David, the swelling has gone down quite a lot now so I actually look half normal again just like I've been eating lots of pies ! Flight is tonight at midnight so should be all good. Will post better pictures when I arrive back in the UK and keep you all updated.
  6. Thanks home1212, looks like you had a good result from a top ht surgeon yourself.
  7. Think it must be record for head hair only procedure, maybe bigger body hair combo's I'm really not sure, not been about the forums for quite a few years now.
  8. Hi all, been a long time since I've been about in the forums but I decided to have a 3rd ht with Dr Hasson and sat here in the Sheraton Hotel with not much else to do ! Face has really swelled up again so won't be venturing out tonight in case I scare folk ! Just recovering in Vancouver from my 3rd ht with H&W which was a total of 3180 grafts which puts me over 14,000 grafts in total from my 3 strip procedures with Dr Hasson. Once again it was a truly professional caring service all round and all the staff really are great. I'm now at that horrible swelling stage and my eyes have almost completely closed up, hoping that it's all cleared up for my flight home on Monday. Some of you may remember me from the forums and I was a regular poster before and after my ht's and it was reading through these that I decided that Dr Hasson was the only man that could do something for a severe nw6 case like myself. This time around we addressed the mid section behind the hairline, the hairline itself and temple points which had receded very noticeably over the years. Also a very small amount of grafts were put into the crown. Think that's me done now and would never believe that this many grafts could be extracted, Dr Hasson said that this is his biggest case ever in total. HT 1 - 7761 Grafts strip HT 2 - 3521 Grafts strip HT 3 - 3180 Grafts strip Total - 14,462 Grafts Will update with better pics when I get home. Hair Loss Help - 's Personal Web Page
  9. Fantastic result, like your hairstyle too. Congrats
  10. Sorry for the delay just got back from my honeymoon in Cyprus. Thanks for all the comments. Peacefull Lion here is a close up shot of the hairline that you requested.
  11. Lol Spex, you do make me laugh Clive thanks for the compliment, perhaps I'll borrow Spex's poster and run a few copies if he don't mind ! Exibel, thank you.
  12. Cheers Spex Bill, thanks for the compliment, hope your keeping well.
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