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  1. Scars for the regular implanted hairs? There are none, but isn't that normal? Since the grafts are being placed in slits, no skin is being removed. For relocating grafts, I hear the phrase 'punch them out' is used, so that led me to believe some skin is being removed in relocating hair. But I actually never bothered to figure out what this procedure entails.
  2. Thanks everyone. I am probably in the bottom 1% of scarring. I got a small cut on my face a few years back, and that resulted in a scar. So I suspect there would be some scarring with punchouts. However, I received a hair transplant with a very poor graft placement in the past. The surgeon I consulted with said that he would not work around that, and would do a reposition. So for me, it's picking the lesser of two evils.
  3. I had a previous hair transplant, where the surgeon did a very non-ideal placement of my corner grafts. So much so that my first pick for physician wouldn't consider a procedure on me unless he could relocate them, even if I was happy with the placement (I'm not). My concern is scarring. I'm probably in the top 1% of those who scar easily. I am wondering if anyone has has any experience with relocating grafts.
  4. I believe Dr. Konior is booked until April 2022. With the vaccines rolling out, the delays can't keep happening much longer. I think it will probably be delayed after May, but I would be surprised if it's open past June.
  5. He is one of the best in the world. If you Got a date with him and can afford it, go for it
  6. It's mostly straight, just the feel of it is rough, but sounds like it's not supposed to be that way. I'll post some pictures in a bit to give a better idea.
  7. Thanks, I always wondered about this. Mines was over 10 years ago, I guess this is how it turned out 🤷‍♂️
  8. I had a hair transplant, and the hairs that were transplanted feel a lot different than how the hair on my head normally feels. It's less soft, and feels wire-ly if that makes sense. This is a crass description but it's describes exactly how it feels like: it feels like pubic hair.
  9. That's basically what I'm looking for. Hair that doesn't show obvious balding/recession, and saving up donor hairs for the future. Not a 'wow, movie star results!!!' thing
  10. Nadimi is not on the coalition (yet?) but seems to be an up and comer who has been very impressive, studying under Konior who is is mentioned on this forum for attention to detail, and doing more of the work that is usually performed by the technicians. I am guessing Nadimi is also working under the same school of philosophy. Seems very worth doing at least a consolation.
  11. correction, it was from this website, it looks like Dr Bernstein is an elite coalition member.
  12. Shoot, I closed my tabs, I tried to google just from keywords and found this which pretty much says the same thing, I don't think it was the same website though https://www.bernsteinmedical.com/answers/sutures-vs-staples/ Let me try to find the original website, but I believe it was from a non-coalition dr.
  13. One HTS website says Sutures could potential kill follicles by cutting off blood supply. Any truth to this?
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