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  1. 11 months. All angles. Mind you these are optimal conditions - out of the shower and def used Topik on the mid scalp and crown. Could use another procedure to fill those areas in for sure, and I’m lucky the light brown concealer matches my hair really well. Regardless it’s a night and day difference. Appreciate your comments and Hasson & Wong are the way to go.
  2. Update: 10.5 months out and the maturity of the hair is real. I never knew my hair was this curly, but my hair texture changed about 6 years ago after I had chemotherapy and it had all fallen out due to the drugs. It never grew back the same in terms of caliber and texture (used to be really straight), but the curls are awesome in particular for giving the look of thickness/volume. I'd say from the transplant standpoint months 9-10 have been huge maturity months for me. Maybe there is still a bit more to come, but I can't say enough about the renewed confidence you have
  3. I think it is a little bit unethical when complex transplant patients are receiving advice from his relatively inexperienced reps and not from Dr. Rahal himself. If you are a repair, or in need or a fairly large transplant(s) to achieve your desired result, Dr. Rahal should be reviewing your profile on an in-person basis and not trusting his reps who a lot of the time have very little transplant experience to make the decision. It's such a big decision for an individual to make I found it almost insulting that it wasn't the surgeon that was providing life-altering recommendations, but the pati
  4. Dr. Wong is incredible. You should, at the minimum, do a virtual consult with him. He saved me from making a BIG mistake by explaining to me, in his professional opinion, why the plan proposed by Rahal was not good for me long-term. Dr. Wong also provided me with much better value and a great (so far 7 months) result. His service afterwards is outstanding as well. Very easy to get a hold of - gives you his personal number to text him with questions etc.
  5. I wasn't going to post anything, but given that this forum reaches so many people that are ultimately making a life changing decision - perhaps some context as to why who you choose matters might be useful. I'm in my early thirties. About 7 years ago I had a consultation with Dr. Rahal in Ottawa (with him in person) - at which time I had A LOT more hair and he had indicated I was not a good candidate for HT surgery and I was sent off. I was pretty devastated, and over the years the progressive loss became worse to the point where I decided to try his clinic again to see if technolo
  6. I'm sure some of the loyal posters/followers are sick of reading the answer to this question - but I'm just shy of 5.5 months out of my Transplant with Dr. Jerry Wong in Vancouver, and am curious as to what % of maturity, and sprouting - on average - does one expect by the 6 month mark? Would it be assumed that most of the grafts in the Frontal Zone have sprouted as the crown typically takes longer to grow? Are we at 50% maturity by the 6 month mark? Thanks for your time and commitment to this forum. Cheers.
  7. @Melvin-Moderator can you have a look at your inbox messages when you have a minute? Sent you a question a few days ago, but imagine your inbox is inundated with messages. Thanks!
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