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Gabreille Nelson Mukhia

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About Gabreille Nelson Mukhia

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  • Birthday 05/27/1989

Basic Information

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Hair Loss Overview

  • Describe Your Hair Loss Pattern
    Receding Hairline (Genetic Baldness)
  • Norwood Level if Known
    Norwood III
  • What Best Describes Your Goals?
    Maintain Existing Hair
    I'm here for support

Hair Loss Treatments

  • Have you ever had a hair transplant?
  • Other hair restoration physicians
    Dr. Arika Bansal and Dr. Pradeep Sethi
  • Current Non-Surgical Treatment Regime
    Propecia (Finasteride)

Representative Information

  • Name
    Gabreille Nelson Mukhia
  • Location
  • Years in Hair Transplant Profession
    1 to 3 Years
  • Email Address

About the Representative

  • Have you Ever Had a Hair Transplant?

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  1. Almost 22 months completed after the procedure. Started using minoxidil again. Regularly on finasteride. Evry please with the density. Even when under sunlight, it is good.
  2. You are not ready for the procedure. You have not researched enough and do not have adequate information to go ahead. I think you should have more research for now. You are only ready when you know exactly what you want and how you want it.
  3. I think the pricing on the website is pretty self explanatory. Each individual must be given a treatment customized according to his/her case. I think if somebody is okay with the price then they can go for the procedure. If they are not happy with the price then there are always other wonderful Doctors who can be chosen from. There is a certain point till which a clinic should entertain commercial discussion. At the end of the day, hair transplantation is a medical procedure and should be treated as one, Doctors should be respected for their craft, the journey for the patient and the doctors should be completed with dignity and mutual respect. I have always found it absurd that many times it turns into an awkward situation when we humiliate the Doctors and their staff in order to save some money.
  4. I think that using your available scalp donor for the frontal zone and beard hair for the midscalp as fillers would be more than sufficient. With an FUE only maybe. And also maybe use medications to stop further progression if there is any? Why are you planning to go for another FUT prior to an FUE? Is it because you don't want to use your beard hair for the transplantation?
  5. Body hair transplantation is not 100% result yielding. The beard hair can have 100% results and would grow back faster after shedding off also. Hair from the other parts of the body (scalp and beard apart) have a reputation of surviving only upto 70%. Plus they take a longer time to grow back after the follicles have shed off. Overall, not a very good idea.
  6. The questions that you would want to ask are completely subjective of what concerns you the most. There are generic questions regarding the techniques, cost, instrumentation, past results and the doctors that everyone has in mind. What you should most of all focus on is what you expect, what you can get and what can the doctor deliver in your case. You should be crystal clear of your expectations first. You should sit down and make a list of all the questions that you might have and the issues that concern you as an individual. Research will help add onto those. Also, forums like these would provide you valuable insight into the different factors of hair transplantation. Remember that the most important part of this whole process is you. And everything should be customized according to your particular case.
  7. Hello, I think that you should get your biopsy done asap irrespective of the cost or other factors. Is it progressive; is it stable; what are the doctor's opinions to stabilize it... You should be very focused on getting it treated asap. Health is wealth. You can think about hair growth etc later. You should start your treatments asap. Wish you a speedy recovery.
  8. The complete density takes at least 12 months to show up. I, personally experienced a deeply satisfying density within 14 months. I think that you should take a high protein diet, use hair specific multivitamins and also keep some more patience for the coming months. The phase from the transplant till the final density does make it difficult for all the patients to be satisfied. There is also the cyclic shedding that contributes to the visuals and the "ugly duckling' phase does have it's frustrations. However, you should judge the final results only after 12 months of completion after the procedure. Wishing you the best in the coming months. Don't be distressed.
  9. Halso regarding the pimples, they will not affect your growth. However, you should use normal pressure while washing and shampoo regularly. Also you shouldn't be too frightened while handling your hair. I think that you must be very cautious while handling your transplanted hair which leaves the dust and grime not properly removed from your scalp. The pimples should go away.
  10. No patient should have to worry about having to take special care of the transplanted hair. You can shampoo everyday or as per your comfort. You can use conditioners, serums and hair creams. You can opt for a mild shampoo which does not have harmful chemicals (but that is true for any individual - with or without transplantation). You can comb your hair according to what are the normal standards. Using a wide toothed comb, not over brushing your hair, lesser blow drying etc as per the normal standards that are considered good combing habits. You can use any product on your hair until and unless it is toxic or loaded with chemicals.
  11. Hello, According to my understanding, the hairline has to be at a distance of at least 7 to 10 cm from the mid point of your eyebrows. However, it is also true that it is differs for individuals depending on the face contour. Your picture depicts a rectangular hairline. However, the number of grafts required and the shape of the hairline you choose should be strictly discussed with the surgeon at length; where the surgeon draws each hairline and shows you the options that you have. The hairline should augment your looks and should compliment your facial features. However, I think you are already very knowledgeable about hair transplantation but I couldn't help but share my thoughts.
  12. It is an individual choice to take leaves after a hair transplant procedure since it does not leave your physical or cognitive functions incapable of work. However, it is your liberty to take a rest period for yourself. It is uncomfortable as you are required to follow certain instructions post OP. It is better to ask your hair transplant surgeon for a letter stating the required number of days for the transplant and the post operative care. It should be signed and stamped by the clinic. It is a verified document. You should also take a medical letter stating your transplantation procedure from the clinic prior to leaving after transplantation. I think the above would work for you to approve your leaves from office. P.s. the above would be according to your comfort to either reveal or not reveal your hair transplantation surgery to your office people.
  13. It is a very unethical practice though, if the marketing technique promotes false information. Even I am so skeptical of the hype that is created with no scientific literature or results to back it up with. Thank you for sharing this important point. Marketing tactic really is something we tend to overlook nowadays because there is so much of it and it is considered a norm.