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Melvin-Moderator

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  1. Thanks for the update, care to share pictures? I agree, everybody heals differently and at different times.
  2. It looks great, how long did it take for the hairs to relax? Took me about 18 months.
  3. You’ve been given great names where do you live?
  4. Thanks for keeping us updated, you have some time for things to improve and thicken. Please keep us updated.
  5. Are you happy with these results? I suspect you’re legit, since you’ve shared these pictures. I will withhold my judgment on the work, if you’re happy that’s all that matters. Community, It’s become apparent that this doctor is trying to use our forum for free promotion. Any new registrations who promote this clinic will be flagged.
  6. Sounds like you’re a schill. Sorry, but we don’t allow these sort of promotional posting. If you want to genuinely share your review with pictures that’s one thing, but registering just for promotion is not allowed.
  7. Wish you the best n00b, you followed my journey from the beginning, hard to believe its been 5 years. Please keep in contact with me, I’m always available.
  8. Thanks for sharing, I have to say the hairline still looked pretty dang good. I hope you'll keep us updated on your progress.
  9. Eugenix is by far the best clinic for restoring high norwoods with FUE. Don’t take my word for it, look at their portfolio and the many members on this forum like @harin Now of we’re arguing what’s better FUT or FUE that’s a different argument.
  10. A lot of top clinics do this, it's been around for decades. Some clinics use the DHI or DHT method, but that doesn't guarantee success, at the end of the day, it's how the doctor and their team achieve good results that matter. Redness occurs post-operatively in fair skinned individuals.
  11. You're young, right now this bothers you, but trust me in 10 years it wont. If you can preserve what you have right now, there will be no reason to get surgery. Stick with the meds, and way down the line, when the meds start to lose ground, then consider a hair transplant.
  12. I think the cost would be relatively low for women, as they would benefit from FUT over FUE. Women would only need a small number of grafts, in comparison to men. The two examples I posted above could probably lower their naturally high hairlines 2 cm with around 2,000 grafts. I agree with Bismarck, if women knew they could benefit from surgery they would do it.
  13. No , not mexican, but I am of latin descent.
  14. I remember your story used to be on your profile, I didn't get to see the most recent pics with True and Dorin, how's it coming along?
  15. I'd be very weary of anything that tries to sound like a proven treatment. These treatments are usually bogus and they're trying to capitalize on the reputation of the proven product. For example, 'naturalpecia' or 'winasteride' lol
  16. That's a good idea, the sooner you treat it, the better and more hair you'll have in the end.
  17. lol I think South Korea has a low level of MPB in the overall population, so maybe he's right haha😁
  18. He has a good amount of results, but perhaps he doesn't share them as much on the forum. I'm sure he will be willing to skype with you and present some more cases to you. I mean this is just one example of the excellent work he does consistently.
  19. Good tips, the most important thing to look at our patient reviews, you will be doing a great service for Dr. Ferreira and future patients, because reviews like yours are what matter the most.
  20. It's always risky going for a second procedure when your hair already looks that good. I can understand the desire to make it ultra-dense, but the ugly duckling phase is the draw back. You're just gonna have to wait it out- honestly that's one of the reasons why I don't wan to get another procedure, just because right now my hair looks good, and the ugly duckling phase is just brutal.
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