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  1. That is what the clinic said, but they are highly trained and been with the clinic many years so it makes sense they would be very consistently great at what they do. Personally I am perfectly fine with this, but it would suck if I get there and they had hired a new tech that would work on my scalp
  2. I have sent them pictures and gotten their feedback via email, but I haven't talked to the over the phone - skype consultations is a great idea, I will request it. The reason I mentioned scarring in the donor is because I remember reading a clinic rep saying that was the reason doing FUT before FUE results in more available grafts than the other way around. I have also read Hasson says their FUE yield is comparable to their FUT yield and I would think that (in a good clinic) a bit more hairs are transected when cutting a strip than the amount transected during the FUE extractions, so I wondere
  3. I’ll start by saying that I absolutely love this forum, it’s been super helpful in my journey. I decided I am getting a HT this year and I narrowed down my list to Victor Hasson and Raymond Konior. I am in my 30s and need ~2k grafts (FUE) in the hairline and temple points. I feel like I have a solid donor area (but it hasn’t been measured so I don’t really know) and I’ve been on finasteride for half a year. I know I can’t go wrong with either surgeon, but I wanted to share my impressions of each, and hope you could share your opinion as well. I want to minimize the risk of a bad
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