Hi guys, Seeking advice on my current situation. Around 10 months ago I had a hair transplant which left me with an emotionally devastating result. The doctor lowered my hairline far more than requested, I had 1700 grafts (with very little growth) & many planted in the wrong direction. I have recently had a repair by a far more experienced doctor who planted 700 ( mostly multi) extra grafts in a way that she is convinced will camouflage the previous transplant (wrong angled grafts are mostly ones & 2s). I’m skeptical to the result I will receive And am considering booking another surgery with the ASMED clinic to remove and replant the poorly angled hairs. My hair is really thick, I have a very strong donor area & my hair loss is beyond slow. I am on avodart, minox, fin & niz as preventions. This has destroyed my life. I am not looking for criticism, just advice on what you can see from the photos and help moving forward (1st 2 photos pre op - second two 10 days post op) Thanks
Hi guys, long time reader first time poster. I am now 4 months post fue with a doctor I wish not to name until I have the final result. I am a nw2 with one temple that receeded and another which had fairly minimal loss. I had 1700 grafts completed 4 months ago (3700 hairs/ mostly compiled of doubles and triples) with my hairline slightly lowered. I've had minimal growth 4 months out, but keep my hair shaved low so it's not as noticeable. Is my current growtb standard and do you think I have had enough grafts to create a relatively dense hairline? Thanks for the feed back
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