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Everything posted by Guy73

  1. Looks great! It’s a personal preference. Only you know in your daily life how your hair looks in general. My hair was a little denser in front and I still had more implanted with no issues. But leaving it alone is also fine. Everyone is their own critic in the end. 👍
  2. I always new how my results would turn out by looking at the space between grafts after about the 10 mark before the shedding starts. Also you know you are at good density when it’s hard to tell where the the transplanted hair is. Anyone who shaves their head down can probably see a vague pattern of original loss. Achieving a buzzed look that blends perfectly is hard to do. https://imgur.com/a/MWsJkE1
  3. Absolutely! I am not even sure I have 10k in my hair? Actually I know I don’t!😂I probably broke all the rules if I listen to many YouTube videos. I am very happy!
  4. Total 3, but I had some bad crown issues that got me back in the chair the 3rd time and we cleaned up the front while I was there. So happy I went for the 3rd. Now I am totally fue which I know bloxham would absolutely not recommend but hey, I turned out fine! ....and trust me I was pretty much bald in front. My hairline began past my ears before! 😂
  5. I totally get it. I was is a similar boat about wearing the hair straight back. Especially with product in your hair. When you hair clumps together like almost not washing your hair for a few days, it can look thinner. Now that’s all I do wear my hair pushed back even with the sun shining in my hairline I feel comfortable. So go for it! https://imgur.com/a/ZNnYvc0
  6. Wow! Your hairline looks great! You have any bad pictures your not showing? Lol , can’t imagine that being much lower unless your going for the John f Kennedy’s 👀 look. And density should be fine pushing that straight back in current form?
  7. We cleared this up yesterday on DHI And implanter pens and MR. Wong. See below
  8. Did you not agree to the hairline design when they ✍️ it out? Most everyone gives you a mirror before putting you in the chair before surgery. I know in my first procedure I wanted it slightly lower and some adjustments on the temples corners before we both agreed on the balanced hairline. To avoid more hair placed in one spot vs another a grid of placement and even numbers of grafts in each grid would definitely reduce that oversight.
  9. You are exactly right! Dr Nader started doing that technique back in 2004 or so I believe and said he had better or just as good results than his FUT and made the switch. That’s why I said dr Nader still makes slits but still uses the pen tool. Dr Wong recently started the same technique or at least has used it. Not sure how often he does.
  10. Shedding sucks! I experienced it all 3 times. Although your right some implanted hair never shed. Even on my second where I did not touch my crown, my crown shed big time! I even did the minoxidil and laser helmet 2 weeks after surgery.
  11. Good interview. Yeah something must have convinced DR. Wong in the last 2 or so years that changed his mind. You have to remember many of the seasoned experience doctors go to these conventions and other events and pick up bits and pieces and might change direction. I know Dr. Nader did fut for many years before switching to DHI fue. Regardless it’s not some black market thing. If you think about it, it’s possibly easier to place direction of hair and the ability to get closer together with DHI.
  12. Yeah I’m glad you mentioned it also because I said this almost a year ago because Dr. Nader mentioned it to me. But nobody seem to believe me. Then I seeing Joe Tillman on his last procedure explaining Dr. Wong using a new technique DHI. That just confirms it.
  13. Melvin you are totally wrong. First of all Hasson and Wong recently have implemented DHI in their practice. In fact Dr. Nader talk to Dr. Wong at a convention where Dr. Wong was impressed with his technique and was using the same. You could also confirm that from Joe Tillman whose last procedure was done DHI by Dr. Wong.Second the slit thing is common but in conjunction with a implanter pen it is not. Many clinics that do DHI do not make slits but I am sure some do. But I think the whole design of the implanter pen is to be direct implant hence the term DHI.
  14. @jimcraig152 you are definitely knowledgeable on the subject and right on target! The only thing I am not sure if other DHI doctors do, Dr Nader makes incisions prior to using the implant punch tool. I forget the reason behind it but also the blunt tip has something to do with his technique. Either way his skill is definitely elite and sometimes over looked. No comb forward or parted to the side results here, just a reality of my true results. I see other amazing results here also so plenty of other good doctors. I will check out your post for sure!!
  15. Yeah donor feels normal. Does not feel like anything was done. I am sure if I take it down to a 1 or 2 guard it might seem thin. But not sure because I am looking to cut my hair anytime soon. The only thing about long hair I notice, is you lose more of it when washing and brushing. Definitely noticeable than short hair. It seems to grow back because I don’t have any areas of concern. I will say the longer you grow your hair out the more your density or lack of will show. I am at the point where density is not a issue is any light. how many grafts did you get? Love to see your final results
  16. Thanks for the compliment. I watch your YouTube videos. You will get there to. The video you did on DHI fue is spot on. It’s not a marketing tool as some say and gives you the most natural look. https://imgur.com/a/dOlJPA7
  17. 12 month update. Haven’t had a haircut either. wet and dry pictures under bright lights. All and all it’s been a journey. I would like to thank Doctor Nader for the results. https://imgur.com/a/coeuRzr ✌️✌️✌️
  18. Thanks man I really been sweating it! Never really had long hair. I tried to grow it after the first transplant the longer it got there more obvious the density wasn’t there. After the second it looked much better but once it got to the point of laying down because of the weight of the hair there was some spots that looks weak so I ended up cutting it short again. After the third my density is almost if not 100%. I probably have more density on the top of my head that I do in the back or the sides but I’m OK with it.👍
  19. I know this is pretty nasty but I have no idea what’s normal for a guys brush. Obviously this is not one day and my hair is pretty long. But always makes me nervous looking at it. I can’t tell what is breakage From actual hair shed. I almost want to cut my hair short so I Don’t notice it.
  20. You can get a used one on eBay cheap. If your on a budget that’s what I would get. If money is no object than much more comfortable ones out there.
  21. The igrow is a little uncomfortable but it must work. It took about 1 year for me to think so but I am convinced after 4 years and I am very consistent. Irestore looks comfortable. Lasercap might be better but don’t I would see any more improvement beyond what I already have.
  22. I have been using the igrow for 4 years. I use it almost everyday. For what it’s worth I think it keeps my existing hair. I wanted to buy a better unit but my wife insists what I am using works! She said why change to something else.
  23. Extreme dense packing can be a hit or a miss. I would caution anyone putting more than 40 grafts per sq cm at a time. It’s safer to do at least two passes 1 year apart. And even 40 grafts per sq cm will not be dense enough to walk in department stores under harsh lighting and not have “see through”. Just my opinion * unless you have thick hair and even then it’s not 💯.
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