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  1. I was keeping an eye on this clinic as well. The doc does amazing masterpieces, judging by the youtube channel and Instagram pics. What I care the most is, in addition to the good results of the surgery itself, the durability of the HT over time. Thus, I keep looking at the evolution of the HT of a guy named Chadtepper on Instagram who had the procedure done in 2017. He is kind of popular in the social, so the clinic filmed (as they usually do) and tagged him on the clinic page on Instagram. The thing is, after the procedure (now it's been more than 2 years), he always wears a hat in every picture😂😂, so it is damn impossible to asses if he still has a great hair situation or not (from the picture of the clinic, after 1 year post operation, of course, he had). BUUUUUT i jumped on his profile just today aaaaaand the last picture he posted is without hat. Looks not bad, but it is a picture that I would not take for accurate judgment. But at least is something. I am waiting for more picture, hopefully taken closely. Still wondering why after such an expensive and great HT this guy always wears a hat 🤔
  2. That I know but if the grafts are super strong because taken from "safe" zones, clearly identified, the hairs should grow for years with that calibre. It's ok there could be some problems throughout the years, but I accept this to happen after 10 years at least. The thing is that a transplant is proposed as a DURABLE solution from every physician, but if the quality (the appearance) of the results loses after 2/3 years, that's insane, It's a mockery! Do you agree with me?
  3. that's interesting! that's a fair result over time! Hope that's real and NOT just an extraordinary case!
  4. Hello People, I want to open this discussion about the objective duration of a hair transplant. I had various hair transplants during the last few years which I'm not satisfied with at the moment (I always kept the official, high standards, maintaining cure done). I was very much satisfied until a few months ago when I started to notice a consistent hair fall and a shedding of the transplanted area too. It would be so much interesting for everyone I bet to collect as many (real) information as possible about the stability of a hair transplant over time (I mean at least more than 10 years), especially If performed by top surgeons, so we can exclude the variable of a no well-made operation. Any of you have reports, information, a story to share about hair transplant overtime ???? I think it is in the interests of all here (both patients and surgeons who work ethically) to feel safer and more serene to invest (because we all know the financial sacrifice that there's behind) in this kind of hair loss treatment. Cheers