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  1. i too am interested in this. i was told by dr nadimi, who was trained by dr konior, that anything more than 50 per square centimeter risks shock loss to native hair in the recipient area due to the lack of blood supply. i was surprised when i saw on dr keser's site that he's doing (or can do) 75 per square centimeter.
  2. yea, i think thats what she said too. she also doesn't think i really need any work at all. but i explained to her my profession and the need to "buy 5-10 years", so she capped it at 1500. i even asked her if it was possible for 2k and she shot that down immediately, because there's no such thing as preventative hair surgery, which i guess i agree with. i was pushing hard for FUT too but she said FUE is the better option for wearing my hair shorter (which i already knew) but my concerns were with destroying the donor area with FUE out of the gate. she assured me that the technology has been far advanced since the early days of FUE surgeries.
  3. hmm okay. i just had my consult with her a few mins ago. that didn't come up, but i was quoted 1500 at the same price just to fill in my hairline. you were right, she's very straightforward. she's not going to tell you what you want to hear. i asked alot of questions and she was no bs about any of them. she's got my vote
  4. have to question why you've stopped propecia...isn't staying on it recommended after a hair transplant?
  5. brickellmoto

    Dr. Nadimi FUE

    harry can i see your pics?
  6. wish i could help but i get a keratin treatment every 2 months and it actually makes my hair look thicker
  7. wow thats some really good work. who was your surgeon? i like the appearance of a more staggered hairline as it looks natural IMO. some surgeons make it look too linear.
  8. brickellmoto

    3 years in the making...

    nah not lowering it really, i've grown fond of how it looks now and i think a juvenile hairline would look ridiculous on me. that being said, i'm more looking to fill it in and "widen" it a bit by filling in the temporal points slightly. nothing ridiculous
  9. okay nice. you have pics? before/after/during?
  10. what if you're the hot guy in the office? lol. but all seriousness tho, thats why i made this thread...to see what other people's experiences are. i do, however, work in the entertainment industry, which is why i wanted to keep it as discreet as possible until it gets to the point where it looks like its just growing, so i wanted to get a little more in depth detail as to a timeline for being on camera purposes. but i do understand that everyone is different in that regard.
  11. brickellmoto

    3 years in the making...

    its not too far off from what nadimi had recommended. i'll update once i have my consultation.
  12. haha yea i definitely do.... here's my thread right here if you want to check it and give your opinion. i can definitely get 2 weeks off from work if need be, and i work in a job where i can wear a hat no problem. but i wanted to hear other people's experiences and if anyone has actually ever gone a year hiding it from others, mainly the general public and friends. loved ones will know of course, i don't mind that.
  13. ....have any of you successfully hidden it from others completely?
  14. brickellmoto

    3 years in the making...

    i'm weighing options for sure. but i definitely want to restore my hairline within reason at the very least. consultation with nadimi is on the 19th
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