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About Aftermath

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Hair Loss Overview

  • Describe Your Hair Loss Pattern
    Thinning Hair Loss All over the Scalp
  • How long have you been losing your hair?
    10 years +
  • What Best Describes Your Goals?
    Considering Surgical Hair Restoration

Hair Loss Treatments

  • Have you ever had a hair transplant?
  • Hair Transplant Surgeon
    Dr. Victor Hasson
  • Other hair restoration physicians
    Dr. B Farjo
  • Current Non-Surgical Treatment Regime
    Propecia (Finasteride)
    Rogaine Foam

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  1. Dr Hasson told me recently it’s about a 50/50 split these days
  2. Had the majority of my work done in 2008 so 11 years ago now, have changed things up a bit with procedures between to refine the hairline etc between the and now. 1) extremely happy, life changing! 2) yes, I had FUT, I’d prefer to not have it, but the choice between that and a bald head is a no brainer, and it doesn’t really affect how I have my hair 3) I’d have still done FUT 4) no hair loss since meds’ (propecia and regaine) in 2007 5) yes here is my thread in case you’re interested
  3. Thanks mate, much appreciated. You’ve got awesome hair too, and possibly even more of a dramatic before and after than mine!
  4. Tried my best to film a comb through video under a bathroom spotlight so people can get a vid in harsh light. I don’t have a YouTube account so I’ve emailed doug and asked him to post it, so hopefully a vid will follow...
  5. Send me the link to that thread mate, I’d like to take a look
  6. You’d have to double check, but I’m pretty sure it’s not a prerequisite. As long as you’re aware that without it your hair loss may well progress then it’s your informed choice
  7. Spoke to dr hasson about 3 weeks ago and he told me that it’s a pretty even split now, 50% FUE 50% FUT. also have a look at this thread, frontal grafts were extracted and this was a repair with FUE
  8. This is quite a change. Really really nice result! Looking very dense and such a massive improvement from the pre ops! Congrats
  9. I second that the result looks fantastic, but I can see your donor concerns. Looking at it I think it’s highly unlikely that it’s to do with extraction pattern as a few hairs would’ve have to have been taken adjacent to each other on those areas which is highly unlikely, so for me it’s possibly one of two things, either some kind of shock loss or some physiological factor with healing and scarring. How do you tend to heal in general? I’d say reach out to the clinic, maybe they can shed some light and discuss the issue going forward.
  10. Have you seen any of the FUE coming out of H&W since they started doing it? I haven’t seen a single bad result and the results we are seeing seem to equal their FUT work which is second to none, just saying they’re worth considering
  11. It looks pretty good tbf and you’ve got more time for improvement, but it was a big risk considering how badly he’s regarded on here! Dr. Hasson did mine, take a look at page 5 I think for 12 month pics
  12. Wait... you went back to the same surgeon? Why would you do that? Just financial?
  13. I’m not so sure mate, it’d be a bit of a coincidence since shock loss usually happens around this time. I agree it’s unlikely extractions we’re done there but as mentioned above it could be the site of the local anaesthetic.
  14. Yep I second this. I didn’t go with hasson for my first surgery and I regretted it. I went with someone who was supposedly the best in the UK... turns out the UK isn’t too good with HT’s😂
  15. Thank you, that’s quite a compliment, Dr Hasson is ridiculously good! Gonna sort that soon