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  1. I understand. But once you have that scar on the back of your head there is never going back. It looks like you keep your hair on the back and sides. This won't be an option after an FUT to the same extent as an fue. Everyone loses hair density to various degrees over time. Even people who "never go bald". What do people do when they have to at some point shave their head but have the fut scar?
  2. Just my honest opinion I understand both FUE and FUT have their place but from my perspective all of us are going to go bald to various degrees at some point in our lives. The idea of having a scar on the back of your head even at 60 or 70 years old doesn't sound very appealing. At least with FUE you can mask the dot scars with smp when your older If you have to. Id honestly rather go bald than have an FUT scar. I mean if you wanted to play it safe and yeild is an issue why not just do the FUE over more than one procedure?
  3. What results are those? I'm going between rahal and h&w and just starting the consultation process now and not sure who to go with.
  4. I am in essentially the identical position as yours. I am considering rahal for my transplant and ideally would want from 1000-1500 grafts. The work looks great. Do you by chance have a photo where you can comb your hair forward to see if you can hide the transplant? Is your unshaven hair long enough to cover the entire recipient site ? My only fear is going back to work and having my coworkers know I've had something done to my hair. Also, any before photos ?
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