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  1. Buddy. Please keep updating at least once a month. Please don't let us down.🙂
  2. What we all want to know..... Which clinic? Technicians or doctor? Price? Close-up of hairline by lifting it with a comb? Thank you, and good luck. Looks good, so far.
  3. Forget about a hair transplant. Get temporary SMP instead. 15 times cheaper than a hair transplant. No drugs. No surgery. No post-op recovery. No pain. No risk of..... Infection, transection, nerve damage, shock loss, poor angulation, buried grafts, multiple sessions chasing lost hair, etc.
  4. Hello, A few questions about Dr. Lorenzo if you don't mind. Does Dr. Lorenzo do all the work himself? FUE and or FUT? If FUE, motorized or manual? This information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
  5. Why would anyone want a permanent tattoo? What if you don't like the design? Lasering it off may destroy your follicles. Permanent is...... permanent, but it will still partly fade and require touch-ups. Why risk it? No thanks.
  6. My feeling is that if you're not willing to pay big money, don't get a hair transplant. At this point, I would only trust Dr.Wong, Dr.Cooley, Dr.Diep and a few others.
  7. I think microneedling may help. Definitely speak to multiple dermatologists. Also, instead of microneedling roller, use microneedling stamp instead. Start with the smallest needle possible (microneedling stamp .02 ml). Also make sure that the needles are titanium. And of course make sure that the needles are cleaned with alcohol of at least 64%. Make sure you put alcohol along your hairline as well. Feel free to ask me any questions. By the way, do you mind possibly telling us who performed your transplant?🙄 You can help those of us considering the work of this particular clinic.
  8. Don't do "permanent" SMP. Do "temporary" SMP.
  9. Has anyone had temporary scalp micropigmentation? Were there any scabs? If yes, for how many days?
  10. Is it common to have some permanent "uneven terrain" in the recipient area? I'm talking slightly uneven.
  11. This is the problem...... YOU'RE ABOUT TO GET YOUR HEAD SPLIT OPEN!!!!!!!! YOU SHOULD BE PAYING EXTREME ATTENTION TO EVERY SECOND OF THE OPERATION ASKING 101 QUESTIONS TO EVERYONE INVOLVED. EXAMPLES: 1) "BEFORE YOU TOUCH MY SCALP, WHAT IS YOUR EXPERIENCE LEVEL AND HOW MANY TIMES HAVE YOU DONE THIS"? 2)"I DON'T WANT TO LISTEN TO MUSIC OR WATCH TELEVISION, BUT MORE IMPORTANTLY............I DON'T WANT ANYONE WORKING ON ME TO BE LISTENING TO MUSIC OR WATCHING TELEVISION." 3)ASK THEM TO EXPLAIN EVERY STEP, OTHERWISE THE DOCTOR AND HIS TEAM MAY GET LAZY OR TRY TO CUT CORNERS. 4)REFUSE TO INGEST ANYTHING THAT PUTS YOU TO SLEEP.
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