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AltonMeyer last won the day on June 15

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About AltonMeyer

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  • Describe Your Hair Loss Pattern
    Receding Hairline (Genetic Baldness)
  • How long have you been losing your hair?
    In the last year
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    Norwood II
  • What Best Describes Your Goals?
    Maintain and Regrow Hair
    Considering Surgical Hair Restoration

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  • Have you ever had a hair transplant?
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  1. 2500 grafts was never going to be enough for that area anyway. I do not know why Dr. Bhatti decided to go with that number, maybe you have a thin donor? In that case the hairline should've been even more receded. I have to say, looking at this picture the procedure does look like a failure. If the problem was with you all along then Dr. Bhatti should've simply told you that you aren't a good candidate. Mate I'd just shave my head if I were you and move on. I think you'll be just fine
  2. Just want to thank everyone from my side too. I almost went ahead with Dr. Bhatti a few months ago only to pause for a bit after reading a few negative reviews. From then on, I've only seen terrible results from Darling Buds. The scarier part is how the reps have blamed the patient for the failure in every case. My only hopes of getting a decent transplant seems to be from Dr. Bansal now. Will have to research Eugenix a bit.
  3. 6 months of growth should give you enough idea of where you are headed. Just look at successful transplants, they look great by the 6 month mark and the donor is completely healed. We can talk about improvements if we've got a good base around the 6 month mark. Reps usually ask you wait for 12 months only to damage control.
  4. Jesus Christ. Why would anyone reply this way? What you're asserting here is that if the procedure is a success, the doctor takes credit but if it fails, the patient is to blame. There could very well be plenty of reasons why a transplant could fail but blaming the patient at every step is just ridiculous.
  5. How's the growth coming along in the recipient area?
  6. I don't understand. Why is the graft count so low for such a large area? Do you have a weak donor area?
  7. I'm really surprised with your answer here. I sincerely hope that this forum doesn't ONLY protect the clinic's interests and reputation at hand here. This forum has backed patients and should do in this case too. I agree that its too early to comment on the final result, but the donor definitely has been treated to some poor work and it doesn't need months of waiting for that to be apparent. Honestly, I am just shocked at the response @Nebulosity has received from you. One would be more understanding provided that he's already been through so much. Regards
  8. I have to agree with this, yes. It is the doctor's responsibility to judge the best-suited hairline for the number of grafts that are available for harvest. In this case, I can't help but wonder why it wasn't designed to give a more receded look.
  9. Thanks for posting. This is a very good result. You might also want to note that many of us who do follow your clinic have seen all these cases on your website. You might want to post newer ones. Regards