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  1. It is with some sadness that I wish to inform the readers of this forum that I will no longer be representing Hasson & Wong as their Consultant/Patient Advisor. I have been very proud to have a ten year association with the clinic firstly as a patient and then for the last six and a half years as a employee. I have taken the decision to leave to work with a highly regarded surgeon here in the UK. I am very excited to now be working with Dr Edward Ball and Janna Shafer of The Maitland Clinic. I will elaborate more on the reasons for joining the Maitland Clinic soon.
  2. Seattlehair, I don't think you would go wrong with any of the Doctors that you mention. All Doctors will have thousands of excellent scars and all will have some less than exceptional scars if they have been doing it long enough. To get more grafts the scar sometimes needs to be extended further into the temples and a wider piece of tissue taken if you do not wish for this you should make that clear in the consultation. Your own physiology will play a part in how well the scar heals as well as the technique and skill of the Doctor. Megasesh updated his results from Dr Wong on here
  3. Hi Wibbles, Thanks for the comment I agree it is a incredible result. I checked his file and I don't have the breakdown of what went into the crown apologies for that.
  4. Spamdoozle, Thanks for updating the forum with your photos as others have commented the front shows a significant improvement and the crown does have more hair as I can see the way the hairs are growing in the whorl pattern that Dr Hasson designed. Two things to note about the crown firstly the growth is slower here than at the front and more patience is needed so please wait for at least 12 months before assessing this area. Secondly 1000 grafts is not going to have a big impact where no scalp would be visible. The crown is called the black hole for a reason as the surface shape requ
  5. Megasesh, Great to see you update on the forums. It was really good to meet with you last month and take these photos and see how the surgery has changed not just your appearance but your self confidence. I have attached a photo of your scar that I took which does dispel the theory that I large session results in a large scar. I agree well done to Dr Wong.
  6. Very appropriate planning and looking good at 6 months with plenty more to come. Congrats.
  7. This patient in his mid twenties traveled from the UK to see Dr Wong last year he has just sent me these photos showing his 8 month update from his hairline work by Dr Wong. Dr Wong used 1969 grafts with the FUT method. Patient is very pleased with his results and his happy for me to share them here.
  8. Hi Mav, I agree it looks promising, thanks for the update. I have attached your photos up the correct way up for you so it is easier to look at.
  9. PMA you look great so happy for you that it has turned out to be a great success. And damn we never met up for a beer as we spoke about that needs to change. I will send you a text to see when you are free.
  10. I think I know what you mean. The skin is still healing and the incision sites are still visible while they heal. The result after 1 year is very different from what you see in the first week. All the best with the growth.
  11. Hi Tyrano, It is a all too common scenario that I have heard many times. I think the only reason not to take out the old scar would be because it has been taken from the incorrect place on your scalp. In most cases that I see old scars are taken too low on the scalp and are closer to the neck. Firstly the skin is more likely to stretch here and in some cases the hair may be susceptible to thinning. Below the bump of your neck the scalp is much tighter and it makes taking out the scar and getting the amount of grafts required very difficult. If this is the case I can understand why the
  12. Mav, Let's wait until we have all the facts before we judge the result. From the two photos that the patient posted the result doesn't look poor but I have not seen his pre op photos yet. The OP has reached out to me and we will be working with him to see what next steps he can take.
  13. Stevedawg, As others say if you have a preference for Dr Hasson then you are welcome to request him for your surgery. The picture is both Dr Hasson's and Dr Wong's technicians. Thanks for all your comments.
  14. Stevedawg, Having worked with both Doctors over the years both produce excellent results and there are many examples on our website and patient documentations on here. Here is a recent patient experience from Dr Wong http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/178956-my-experience-surgery-dr-wong-hasson-wong.html Do let me know if I can help answer any of your questions or concerns david@hassonandwong.com
  15. Roscopeeco, Thank you for your private message yesterday alerting me to this thread. I have replied to you requesting some information to look into your case. You can email me on david@hassonandwong.com To the members of the forum as far as I am aware this is the first we have heard from the OP in a while and I need to get together some information on his case as I am not familiar with it before we can make an assessment on how successful the surgery was and the what is best for him moving forward. David
  16. Spidey, Thanks for the update and glad to hear you are happy it looks great and you can expect the crinkly hairs to settle down over the coming months as the hair matures.
  17. You will be fine a steamy kitchen is not going to cause an issue to the grafts. Many clinics like you to spray the recipient area post op and daily washing is advised. Don't worry and I hope the meal was nice? What did you cook?
  18. I would say yes to this question at 2 and a half weeks but do check with your clinic as they might prefer you to use a more gentle shampoo for longer.
  19. Welcome to the forum. After assessing your hair in person and at the age of 44 a Doctor should be able to give you a fairly accurate assessment of your final Norwood pattern from sight alone. If using magnification he can see even easier the miniaturizing hair compared to the permanent zone. However hair loss is unpredictable. How short you can go after fue depends on a number of factors, skill of the surgeon, size of the punch, hair density and characteristics of the donor zone. Skin tone and healing ability and perhaps most importantly what % of the donor hair/area is harvested. Mos
  20. Thanks for your interest in our clinic. You mention you have not heard from us, did you fill out an online consultation? You can PM me is you would like to discuss further. Lots of good names been mentioned to you that would be worth consulting.
  21. Normal shower temperature and pressure is fine at 2 weeks post op. As long as you don't burn your scalp you will be fine.
  22. You can loose some hairs in the first two weeks and the hairs or the stem cell that will produce new hairs is safe in your scalp within the first week. As youonlyliveonce says most grafts will shed between 2 and 4 weeks. But I hear many times that people have not shed their hair after the first month, 9 times out of ten this is patients being too gentle when washing their hair it is good to get rid of these hairs to make way for the new hair that will follow.
  23. Thanks for updating the forum with your latest photos se7en. We spent several years talking about what would be possible from your surgery and you were asking whether you would get a result like such and such poster. I think Dr Wong has done a fantastic job in softening the hairline and giving you coverage all over. I know the second session that you felt was necessary before surgery is much less of a priority know you have the final results of this one. It has been a real pleasure to deal with you over these years. I expect I will get people asking for a result like Se7en's now.
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