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  1. There are no other thoughts, there is no correlation. End of story.
  2. To the right at the top of the screen there is a box titled "Find a Great Surgeon in Your Area" with two drop down menus, the first one will show you all of the recommended doctors. It is notable to know that not all doctors are willing to go through the screening process or pay the fees, and some don't make the grade even though people here talk about them regularly.
  3. I forgot about Dr. Reddy, I like his work and you're right he gets unusually good results for the amount of grafts he uses. Good luck with your procedure!
  4. Do you know what "credible scientific evidence" means?
  5. There is absolutely no correlation between head shape and hairloss, this is the same thing as people claiming there is a correlation between scalp tightness or masturbation. To the people saying there is, please provide credible scientific evidence to support your claims or stop spreading misinformation.
  6. 3.8 euro ($5.24) per hair is insanely expensive. With an average of 2.3 hairs/graft you're looking at 8.74 euro ($12.05) per graft, that is significantly higher than any of the best doctors in the world. I'm curious who this doctor is if you don't mind sharing.
  7. I'd say if you are destined to be a high norwood and need to maximize your available donor I would stick with strip. If you turn to fue now you will most likely have less grafts available over your lifetime than if you stick with strip until you have maxed out the amount of grafts available from strip and then turn to fue if needed.
  8. If I was going to Turkey I would be looking into either Dr. Hakan Doganay, Dr. Koray Erogan, Dr Erkan Demirsoy, or Dr Maral. The first two are recommended here.
  9. There is a reason Armani fell from grace, because planting extremely agressive, dense hairlines on really young guys is unethical and stupid. Search around, there are Armani patients around the forums who are in their late 20's now and regret their decision. You obviously didn't come here for advice but instead approval. Not a single person in this thread has told you what you want to do is wise, there's a reason for that. However, that obviously doesn't matter at all to you, your mind is made up and there is nothing anyone can say to change it. I remember when I was a young immature fool
  10. I 100% agree with what everyone is saying, especially Mickey. This reminds me of a case on here right now in this thread: http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/172143-19-years-age-norwood-2-3-there-anybody-out-there.html The young guy on this thread sounded similar to you right now, he got some great advice that he ignored and went ahead with a procedure anyway with a sub-par doctor and is now in a bad situation.
  11. As long as you are careful taking it off and on and it doesn't touch the grafts for the first 10-14 days you will be fine. I wore a hat starting the day after my procedure when I went out and then wore one all day for the first 4-5 months I had no issues whatsoever.
  12. Who is the doctor? I've never heard of using general anesthesia for a HT procedure.
  13. I was going to mention this as well. If you're really that anxious about flying you could just take the train.
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