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Melvin-Moderator

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  1. People think that shaving your head is less hassle as you don't have to see the barber, but it's actually the opposite. I agree it all boils down to how you feel. Some guys don't care about shaving, and to those guys I say don't bother getting an HT, the cost, maintenance, etc probably isn't worth it. Head shape is important too. When I shaved my head I looked like a shrunken head from Beetlejuice. I'll be completely honest after making your video I have to say you look 100x better now with hair; hair brings out your eyes, highlights your features, and even make your clothes look better. I wou
  2. This is a great video I wanted to comment on YouTube. This is exactly the "illusion of density" I bet if I shaved my head like that it would look a lot balder. Hair length matters. That's why I don't understand guys who wanna get a hair transplant to buzz their heads. Not only will it take double the amount of hair to look good, but you might as well do nothing.
  3. I think Bradley takes dutasteride. Pretty common among celebs. Ashton Kutcher took dutasteride. If you’re a good responder it would definitely reverse that mild hair loss.
  4. Definitely trust in the process. I don’t see anything to be alarmed about. I do see that scab. Hopefully, it wasn’t some dislodged grafts. Time will tell. But the area is small, so even when it all grows you wouldn’t see a difference.
  5. Yea, I cannot wait tbh. I think Eugenix are gonna do a good job. I mean even if I get 1,500 grafts. That’ll be a huge difference. We have to remember beard hair is twice as thick as scalp hair, so 1,000 grafts would cover the area of 2,000 fine hair grafts.
  6. How would you compare having hair vs being bald? Have you experienced people treating you differently?
  7. I saw someone recently boast that they would shave their head without feeling any negative way. Got me thinking, how many of you guys have shaved your head? I did it, tried it for a while. Definitely not my option, but I respect anyone who has. I know @Zoomster shaved his head for a long time. I’d love to hear the difference in having hair vs not having hair. What has your experiences been?
  8. Looks great, how does it look short? It would be good to show, as hair length definitely matters.
  9. Especially if the clinic isn’t that good. The sites look at least 1mm in size. Refined slits are 0.7mm the difference in scarring is pretty substantial.
  10. It could end up with real bad scarring. You don’t want pits on your forehead.
  11. There’s no such thing as undoing a hair transplant. You will be left with scars, depending on how deep they inserted the grafts. You may get pitting. Best to stay calm and see how the results pan out. You may be satisfied. Making an impulsive decision got you in this position. Making another impulsive decision can get you worse. Read this article by @Bernstein Medical https://www.bernsteinmedical.com/answers/hair-transplant-reversal-vs-repair/
  12. You know I have jet black hair, but my beard has a lot of ginger hair. It used to bother me, but the more I think about it, the more I think it’s unique. Why would a different color blended in look bad? I mean salt and pepper looks good. My beard is mixed dark and red. I don’t think that removed you from candidacy. I believe the scalp would look just like my beard. You’d go from sandy blonde to strawberry blonde. The texture is a lot more important. Mine is pretty coarse, but relatively straight. I could comb it with a regular comb. Are you able to use a comb or do you have to use a
  13. First time I hear of this doctor, excellent results with fine blonde hair. I’d be interested to hear more about him, as Germany is severely lacking in quality clinics.
  14. Hi Jasmine, we’re a forum of patients, yes some doctors do participate. But if you have off-topic questions please post it in the off-topic section.
  15. That sounds like nonsense. There was another surgeon who was claiming hair regeneration in the donor. He used a tiny punch and essentially what he was doing was splitting hairs. I'm not saying that is what Zarev is doing, but he has already said himself that large numbers are dependent on the patient, which is true. He has a handful of large cases. The average person should not expect to reach those numbers, unless they use BHT.
  16. I got a dm earlier, from a guy who wanted to have one hair transplant and that was it. He didn't want to take medication, didn't want to get more hair transplants, he wanted only one. What do you guys think the best advice would be for someone like that? I would love to hear the communities thoughts. Maybe i'll send the thread to him if there are good responses. Is One Hair Transplant Enough Over A Lifetime?
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