Jump to content

Pete-from-Farjo

Members
  • Content Count

    967
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

24 Excellent

1 Follower

About Pete-from-Farjo

  • Rank
    Senior Member

Basic Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Country
    United Kingdom
  • State
    AL

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Other than cost, I can't see why anyone would gamble on a procedure with them when you've got Dr. Lorenzo in the same city.
  2. Pete-from-Farjo

    Recommendation for Repair Surgery

    I'd say 2500-3000 grafts would give you nice coverage. I've always been impressed by Dr. Wong's crown results and you won't go far wrong with either him or Konoir.
  3. Pete-from-Farjo

    Post Op 4 months, is it successful

    Just looked at your pre op pic again. What a transformation and you're barely five months out. Hopefully you'll continue to update as it will be interesting to see how much more improvement you get.
  4. Pete-from-Farjo

    Dr. B Farjo - 3296 grafts (FUT)

    Cheers Spanker
  5. I had my first transplant over twenty years ago, and that hair is still going strong. There are no guarantees of course, but providing you choose a reputable surgeon who takes the hair only from within the safe zone, there's every chance you'll maintain that hair long term.
  6. Pete-from-Farjo

    MPB Cure...

    Sadly true!
  7. It still looks slightly red, but to me it looks a lot better than your pic from a week or so ago, and I don't think many people are going to notice it.
  8. Pete-from-Farjo

    Dr. B Farjo - 3296 grafts (FUT)

    Thanks guys, appreciate the comments.
  9. Around eight hours including a half hour break for lunch I'd say. It's a long day but it passes fairly quickly, you may even doze off for an hour or two.
  10. Pete-from-Farjo

    Second surgery growth time

    I had a couple of thousand grafts to my front section a few years ago having previously had a transplant to the same area. At five, six and seven months post op I was convinced it had failed, but months eight and nine saw it burst into life and I ended up with a successful result. I'd say it's common to see slower growth sometimes in cases like yours and mine so hang in there, it should turn out ok.
  11. There is of course a certain level of pain for a few days, but it's nothing like as bad as you'd expect given that your head is full of holes! I just took a few co-codomols for a day or two post op and that was enough.
  12. This patient is in his mid 50’s, and has been losing his hair for over 25 years. His aim was to boost the front and top. The pics taken are at 8 months. He received 3296 follicular units with an average of 2.2 hairs per graft.
  13. Not a lot you can do really other than wait it out. The redness should reduce day by day. If you're able to, just throw a hat on for the next week or so. The immediate weeks post op are always difficult but hopefully it'll be worth it.
  14. I don't know too much about hair systems but I believe they can be attached to your existing hair with clips rather than having to shave your head and using glue/tape. If you're only planning to wear one short term this could be the way to go.
×