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  1. 25 is a general rule of thumb, but honestly, if you can hold off until late 20's even better. I have seen far too many cases of guys who had minor hair loss in their early 20s turn fully bald by 30, myself included. It's easier to build a master plan when you know what you're working with, think of it this way- imagine you had to build a house, but everyday you're losing material. You would want to wait until you know how much material you're gonna have approximately, so you can accurately have four walls and a roof. You don't want to find yourself in a situation where you started building a b
  2. @Corbinite I remember you had a successful BHT, what happened? Why are you shaving now.
  3. DHI in my opinion is one big hype job, almost all of the black market clinics do DHI. One of the best clinics in the world Hasson and Wong don't do DHI. The lateral slit technique has been the gold standard for over a decade, and this technique which stipulates the surgeon create the slits and the technicians place the grafts has been the gold standard for ever.
  4. The irony is real. In your case, I do think it's difficult to notice unless you're staring at a side by side picture, then it's like WOW.
  5. No ethical surgeon would agree to do this, the donor would look like scarring alopecia
  6. What do you guys think, do you think there's a perfect age? What age would you guys say is too young to get a hair transplant and why? Let's put our heads together and give some real facts. What Is The Best Age To Get A Hair Transplant?
  7. Can you share the price per graft? I believe it's somewhere around 2.50-3 per graft right?
  8. Okay real talk, is that you Tyron Woodley haha jk. Awesome man, thank you for creating this thread and sharing your journey with us. @Norman Osborne Waves has inspired many, his results are amazing, it's really crazy how your hairline can make such a huge difference in your appearance. Also, I can relate on the not shaving your head. This was my head during my last surgery. Happy growing man and welcome πŸ™‚ haha,
  9. Nice, thanks for keeping us updated, i'm excited for you. Wish you the best and happy growing πŸ™
  10. It’s rare but it has happened, check out life of steve, he went to Dr. Reddy, his grafts never shed. He documented every day of his hair transplant.
  11. Never heard of this doctor at all. Doesn’t mean he isn’t good, but I generally refer patients to go to surgeons who have a lot of patient reviews. check our our list of recommendations, we have attached every patient review to each of our surgeons profile https://www.hairtransplantnetwork.com/Consult-a-Physician/hair-transplant-surgeons.asp?sr=HRN-MOB
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  13. Here is our list of recommendations, but always remember, no one is gonna do the research for you. Feel free to research any of these surgeons using our advanced search page. https://www.hairtransplantnetwork.com/Consult-a-Physician/hair-transplant-surgeons.asp?sr=HRN-MOB
  14. @Giuseppe-HDC Its better to upload pictures directly to the forum. Photobucket, tinypic and other image hosting sites only host images for a period of time. After a while they will disappear. That said, amazing results 10/10 πŸ‘πŸΌ
  15. No, that is crazy. No ethical surgeon would do it, cosmetically it would be a disaster.
  16. There are two types, permanent SMP which does not fade, and the ink that faded within a year or so.
  17. You can send a consultation through our link, and if you still don’t receive a reply, please let me know. https://www.hairtransplantnetwork.com/Consult-a-Physician/surgeon-list/UK/United-Kingdom
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