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About Lollollol

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Basic Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Country
    Canada
  • State
    AL

Hair Loss Overview

  • Describe Your Hair Loss Pattern
    Thinning or Bald Spot in the Crown/Vertex
  • How long have you been losing your hair?
    In the last 5 years
  • Norwood Level if Known
    Norwood V A
  • What Best Describes Your Goals?
    Maintain Existing Hair

Hair Loss Treatments

  • Have you ever had a hair transplant?
    No
  • Current Non-Surgical Treatment Regime
    Propecia (Finasteride)

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  1. Anyone who’s had a hair transplant fue or fut and decided to buzz it all off years down the line does it look natural in the recipient area? Or does it look like fake hair? I know that smp can work wonders on scars or to hide density.
  2. Check out this result and tell me the game hasn’t changed for anyone who’s High Norwood and and suits the shaved look. I intend to get 3000 grafts throughout half my head then get smp added after if I don’t think the density looks ok. https://www.realself.com/review/hair-transplant-36yrs-male-fue-turkey-dr-cinik?offset=21&sle=0
  3. I’m more after what the transplanted hair looks like grown out but at a .5 to 1 buzz cut as I will be doing 2-4K grafts and be getting smp in the scars and lightly on my head for a buzz.
  4. Just wondering if anyone here with a hair transplant has closely buzzed there head, say a 0 guard or number one how the recipient area looked is it possible to look Natural ?
  5. Hey everyone I’ve bin lurking this form for about 5 years so I thought I’d share my story and hair loss. 25 year old male started losing my hair around 17. I went on propecia at about 18 probably a Norwood 2-3 at the time. Was in a relationship from 18-23 during that time I got lazy and stopped medication from about 20-22 and got catch up hairloss. I’ve bin back on meds for about 3 years now witch has halted my hairloss once again. My goals- I’ve bin examined 3 times over the last 4 years by a reputable clinic in Canada and I’ve bin told what I can achieve and nothing has bin sugar coated. I can get about 5000 fue total and maybe a small strip if I had to. First surgery would be 3000 grafts fue to achieve a higher mature hairline about half inch higher then my current, and that would give me a somewhat dense but soft hairline and we would do about 500 into the mid scalp to blend. I was the one who opted for the softer hairline because I feel with my hairloss an aggressive approach would be useless. The next surgery would be about 2000 fue and that would give me a soft mid to crown coverage as I am alright with that because I sport my sides short 1 guard and the top about medium length. I’d be fine with having a very thin crown keep that in mind. Below is my current hair and some longer hair photos from before a consultation keep in mind I don’t where my hair long like that at the sides. And the hair I have at the back right now is the coverage I would be happy with in the future if the meds let go a bit. Also i understand there is scaring the surgeon uses .8mm punch so it’s minimal and in very well intend to get smp into them if it is very bad or if I decide to buzz my hair later in life. But my skin seems to be ok with scars. - Id like to hear your opinions and share your results if you have had similar hairloss as to mine. I have fine brown hair which apparently can give a nice natural result
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