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  1. Looking for a HT Surgeon in US (also including H&W). Below is the list of the top 10 that I've found during my research (could be wrong). I was wondering if people could provide their top 5 and if they could provide any personal experience, including any of them to avoid. I'm leaning towards Wesley but not so many reviews on him in comparison to the others. Otherwise I was thinking H&W. 1. Wesley 2. Hasson & Wang 3. Jae Pak 4. Timothy Carman 5. Ron Shapiro 6. Konior 7. Rassman 8. Diep 9. Parsa Mohebi 10. Feller & Bloxham
  2. Can anyone provide feedback for who you would recommend to fix my hairline? I can’t find prices for Dr Panine, but I really like the results he gets. I can’t find many reviews for Dr Carman, but he has impressive credentials. Carman’s results seem natural but perhaps not very dense. Dr Arocha has some questionable reviews that give me a little pause. Most of his reviews are positive though. Also, his cost per graft is respectively very low. Please let me know ASAP, I am trying to get this procedure done before September.
  3. I've narrowed down my choice of HT surgeons to the above three doctors. Anyone know of any past or present issues--ethical, medical, legal--I should be aware of? Thanks, Steve
  4. Hello all, I am considering a HT with Dr. Timothy Carman in San Diego. This website recommends him, but reviews are limited. I would love to hear first-hand experience from members. Please PM or reply all. Thanks in advance.
  5. Anyone had any experience with Dr. Timothy Carman of La Jolla, California?
  6. Thank you for the quick response. Yes I am coming to the same understanding. While in LA, I understand that Dr. Carman, Dr. Mohebi and Dr. Diep are the ones to visit? Thank you very much for your response and for informing me of the possibility of DUPA. I will definitely get this checked. I have already returned to the medical regimen though it would be helpful to meet some good Doctors to understand where my hair is headed towards, especially for the DUPA you pointed out. I look forward to engaging and learning more on this forum.
  7. Update: Dr. Bisanga - his rep reached out to me saying that they would need an in-person consultation to know for sure that I am a good candidate. Unfortunately, till COVID subsides he won’t be traveling to the US - so bummed that this possibility is basically eliminated. Dr. Panine - rep reached out to me as well, I am going to have a video consultation with the Dr. soon. I asked if the doc would need an in person consult and the assistant said no. Makes me feel a bit wary that two well reputed Dr’s have different opinions (guess that happens?) Eugenix - had a very illuminating call with Dr. Sethi …. Very wise man! Again due to COVID I think traveling to India is not advisable… I am bummed I did not know them 2 yes ago when I was there. Dr Ahmet/ Long Hair Center - I think I am going to rule them out based on what I have heard about them here. Dr. Carman - trying to schedule sometime this week.
  8. Yes using fin+min for a while now ....hoping to get off of it at some point in my life haha Am I a Norwood 6/7 - dang - my dad is a 7 I think. I was just looking at Dr. Timothy Carman ...any thoughts on him?
  9. In my opinion, you’d be choosing a good ethical doctor with Dr. Carman.
  10. Definitely Dr Carman not even close... check out the forum results. Have you also seen the forums recommended list: https://www.hairtransplantnetwork.com/Consult-a-Physician/hair-transplant-surgeons.asp?sr=HRN-MOB Any particular reason you was choosing the 3 names you mentioned?
  11. If it makes a differences, I am looking to do 1600-2000 grafts, FUT. I say 1600-2000 because that's what the several HT surgeons I have consulted with gave, I understand that these surgeons will give different estimates. Btw, glad this site exists, I had consulted around in my local area, and wasn't quite satisfied with my local options. I had a 1500 grafts surgery about a decade ago, and looking fill in areas that have lost density + my hairline needs to be fixed a little from my last transplant. I am slightly leaning towards coverage over density, though from what I can tell, all of them have a pretty good understanding of this balance. From what I've been reading, Gabel is a little newer though by now is well established/experienced. Other than that, as far as I could find, other differences I could find don't seem to matter too much too but: Konior seems to do most of the work himself as opposed to techs. Hassan or Wong seem to be more reliant on techs, though their techs are very experienced (~10 years). Hassan seems to do more hair transplants than Wong due to more reviews being produced by him. These don't seem to tip the needle for me. I'm thinking hair transplants take several hours. Techs aide in preserving the surgeons much needed focus for optimal results, especially for tasks that are repeated a few thousand times. If a surgeon needs more rest to recharge and put more focus into fewer patients, they should do it. One of the questions I have is, why is Ron Shapiro so touted here, but not his associate Paul Shapiro or David Josephitis? Paul Shapiro doesn't even seem to be on the coalition. Anyways, it seems that I can't go wrong, but I have to pick one. Good dilemma to have, thanks to this website. Edit: I may have to expand my list, due to border crossing issues, wait times, etc. Any recommendations? Pref those who are great at detail, hairlines, repair, though again, that seems to be most of them. Great stuff. I am looking to do ~2000 grafts. My previous HT is a little messed up in the corners, so I guess I fall into the 'repair' category. Do you any other recommendations for surgeons whose strengths fall under 'detail' and 'repair' category. I am ok if they are not (yet) in the coalition if they have great praise on here (like Dr Nadimi ). After looking at this post, and doing some more research, I would say Konior is likely my top choice. But It looks like I may not be able to get in due to his wait list. His associate Dr Nadimi seems more available, though she doesn't seem to be a coalition member. From the posts here it really looks like she has a great rep. I saw in one of the testimonial that during one procedure, she had to step out and take care of a different patient. It seems that a lot of up-and-coming HTSs try to pack a lot of work in to make a name for themselves. But younger people tend to have more energy so not necessarily a bad thing. She might be a future coalition member, and so if there is a discount compared to Konior it may be great value HT, though it seems that if you study under a coalition member, that's not necessarily guaranteed, ie Rasman/Pak. In case the others have very long wait times like Konior, I decided to expand my list. From my research, I added: Bernardino Arocha: His assistant posts results here regularly. I don't hear these epic praises for him like with the others. But seems like a solid choice. Timothy Carman: He seems to be a high demand area for HTs; San Diego. So I'm not sure where there is so little talk about him. He is close to where I am, so I would love to consider him. Haber, M.D.: Another coalition member. Like Timothy, not much buzz on here about him.
  12. The challenge with this patient was a relatively low yielding donor and large area "needing" grafts. Appropriate placement of grafts in a design pattern that will mimic nature, while maximizing their full potential for growth as non-DHT-sensitive follicular units is a cornerstone in creating artwork that appears natural. 2291 FU grafts were harvested via a conservative strip excision procedure, which assures consistent high quality graft survival and growth for the long-term performance benchmark. The photos are from his 9 Month Post Op visit, wherein approximately 80% of the hair has grown in.
  13. Great stuff. I am looking to do ~2000 grafts. My previous HT is a little messed up in the corners, so I guess I fall into the 'repair' category. Do you any other recommendations for surgeons whose strengths fall under 'detail' and 'repair' category. I am ok if they are not (yet) in the coalition if they have great praise on here (like Dr Nadimi ). After looking at this post, and doing some more research, I would say Konior is likely my top choice. But It looks like I may not be able to get in due to his wait list. His associate Dr Nadimi seems more available, though she doesn't seem to be a coalition member. From the posts here it really looks like she has a great rep. I saw in one of the testimonial that during one procedure, she had to step out and take care of a different patient. It seems that a lot of up-and-coming HTSs try to pack a lot of work in to make a name for themselves. But younger people tend to have more energy so not necessarily a bad thing. She might be a future coalition member, and so if there is a discount compared to Konior it may be great value HT, though it seems that if you study under a coalition member, that's not necessarily guaranteed, ie Rasman/Pak. In case the others have very long wait times like Konior, I decided to expand my list. From my research, I added: Bernardino Arocha: His assistant posts results here regularly. I don't hear these epic praises for him like with the others. But seems like a solid choice. Timothy Carman: He seems to be a high demand area for HTs; San Diego. So I'm not sure where there is so little talk about him. He is close to where I am, so I would love to consider him. Haber, M.D.: Another coalition member. Like Timothy, not much buzz on here about him.
  14. I’ve never heard of them. I’ve seen Dr. Varona in New Port, check out Dr. Carman in San Diego. https://www.hairtransplantnetwork.com/physician/California/Timothy-Carman/638
  15. This patient is a 54 YO male who presented with stabilized crown thinning, not on preventative medical therapy. Plan is to reconstruct the crown and add some density to the posterior midscalp. Total FU Grafts: 1576: 285 one's; 954 two's; 337 three's. Last two photos illustrate typical donor closure result utilizing simple plastics closure.
  16. So dr carman I feel like was honest with me and basically told me softly that I wasn’t a good candidate and that I would regret it later. Appreciate the honesty, have a lot of respect for him and guess I will accept my genetics
  17. Oh yeah, many well-known surgeons: Rahal, Mohebi, Rassman, Meshkin, Carman, Alexander, Ross, Reed and so on. But in my estimation the top 5 are out of state. I’d look at Konior, Cooley and Gabel first. In CA, I would go with Carman first. He doesn’t knock your socks off, but I haven’t see him botch one. But don’t take it from me. I haven’t even had surgery, and I just learned about Gabel from @Melvin-Moderator a few days ago, though I’ve since seen quite a lot of his work. Anyway, I’ve tried to convince myself that there’s a rock solid option out here, but I’m not getting good enough vibes. I’ll leave it at that. Not trying to sh*t-talk people.
  18. My HT (hair transplant) surgeon was Dr. Timothy Carman out of La Jolla Hair Restoration in San Diego. I rarely write reviews like this but my two HT experiences with Dr. Carman have been amazing and I want others to get a better sense of what a great surgeon he is. I am currently writing this review during day 2 post-op of my second HT with Dr. Carman. I will get into my experience with Dr. Carman a little later in this review. I was 31 years old when I had my first HT. I have always had a receding hairline, even while growing up, but started thinning and further receding in my early 20's. By my mid 20's, I had heard about HT's but never knew where to begin researching. The tough part is, if you have any interest in having a HT, you immediately get turned off by the idea once you see someone who has had the unfortunate experience of receiving a very bad and noticeable transplant with a poor surgeon. Furthermore, because the majority of people that get HT's don't go around proactively mentioning they had one, you never realize when you're in front of an excellent and natural looking HT. I became very interested in getting a HT when I was speaking to someone at a work meeting and he mentioned he had a HT procedure a few years ago. I was immediately blown away because it looked 100% natural. After thoroughly inspecting his hair and donor area for a couple minutes, I was inspired to start my mission to get the same results! The person I met at the work meeting also chose Dr. Carman to do his HT after meeting with multiple surgeons, which is how I first learned about Dr. Carman. If I can share anything about my HT process and experience that offers additional support or insight for someone else, I have done my job with this review post. First things to do in the process is interview/consult with a minimum of two surgeons. I would HIGHLY recommend meeting with more than two surgeons in order to find the right one because most surgeons produce poor to average looking results that end up looking unnatural and leave patients unsatisfied. I interviewed with five and it was obvious when I came across the right one (Dr. Tim Carman). Although I was able to see Dr. Carman's work first hand with the person I met, I made sure to have consults with 4 additional recommended surgeons (one of which I have seen on this site but will not mention his name). What you will notice in many surgeon's before and after photos is they tend to give everyone a similar rounded hairline that will ultimately look unnatural. Look at good hairlines on men and women that have never had a transplant and you will almost never see someone with a perfectly straight and symmetrical hairline. You should notice that almost every hairline will be organic and have some unevenness, yet so many HT surgeons make hairlines that look too perfect. When this happens, the HT will look unnatural. Throughout my process, I realized that almost ANY physician can transplant hair. In fact, any board certified doctor can legally/technically perform a HT surgery, which is probably why you'll even find random doctors like cardiologists doing HT's as side business. Transplanting hairs during the surgery is only about 10% of the job. The other 90% and most important part is the artistry itself and very few surgeons have the artistic eye to understand how and where to create hairlines and balance depth and density. This skill is what separates the few great surgeons from all the rest. As I've mentioned above, I chose Dr. Tim Carman to be my surgeon. Keep in mind I drove almost 3 hours to his office and had many closer surgeons to choose from but like I said earlier, when you find the right surgeon, you know right away and it's worth any driving distance. During my initial consult, Dr. Carman did not in any way try to "sell me" on getting a HT, which some offices did and were aggressive. Dr. Carman spent 1.5 hours with my wife and me during the consult and after I shared my hair transplant goals, he gave his recommendations as to how we could accomplish them. I never felt even the slightest bit of pressure from him or his staff. Although Dr. Carman was confident in his work and what he could do for me, he still encouraged me to consult with additional surgeons. By the end of my consult, I received a ton of great information and got a true sense that Dr. Carman understands the artistry behind placing grafts so the transplant looks natural in the end. The other thing I appreciated was Dr. Carman giving me his personal cell number. Many other HT offices are essentially brokers for a list of surgeons and I have heard it can be difficult/impossible to get a hold of your surgeon if you have pre/post-op questions or concerns. Although Dr. Carman has reassured me it's okay to call his cell if I had questions, I have always first called the office and spoken with Pam, (the clinic director). Pam is one of the friendliest people you'll ever meet and has always been able to answer my pre/post-operative questions and concerns. I think I remember hearing the technicians that assist throughout the surgery have been working with Dr. Carman for 6+ years. Their expertise is clearly evident. Overall, I hope you will at least have a consultation with Dr. Carman if you're truly interested in having an HT. You will get so much support from him, Pam, and the rest of the staff from the very first phone call you make to them. I am more than confident Dr. Carman will likely be your surgeon in the end if you do a consult with him. As for price...looking for the best bargain was not my main priority but I found the price and number of estimated grafts to be very fair and similar with most surgeons I met with. Dr. Carman is very upfront with his pricing on the website. If you’re traveling a longer distance like myself, the office will take care of the hotel arrangements for a couple nights, which is included in the price quoted at the consult. My surgeries included... 1st surgery I had 1848 grafts and was a baldness class 2 2nd surgery I had approximately 1166 grafts Some before and after photos from my first surgery can be seen on the following website if you copy and paste the link below…I don’t believe the photos do as much justice as seeing the results in person, but they should give you some idea: Dr. Timothy Carman*Hair Transplant Surgeon in*La Jolla,*California The person I originally met at a work meeting who also had Dr. Carman do his HT had 2893 grafts during 1 session and was a baldness class 3. His photos should also be able to be seen on the same site. I hope my post helps some of you out there that are interested in getting a hair transplant but are unsure about the process and how to choose your surgeon. Remember, take your time and don’t let any doctor/staff pressure you to get the surgery (this should be an immediate red flag if they are), do your research, have at least a 2-3 different physician consults and you’ll definitely know when you find the right surgeon. Dr. Carman’s office number is (858)459-8600 and the website link is: Dr. Timothy Carman Hair Restoration, La Jolla CA I highly recommend contacting Dr. Carman's office and speaking with Pam. I'm so confident you'll have a wonderful experience from start to finish with them. Thanks for reading this and best of luck with your future hair transplant!
  19. My HT (hair transplant) surgeon was Dr. Timothy Carman out of La Jolla Hair Restoration in San Diego. I rarely write reviews like this but my two HT experiences with Dr. Carman have been amazing and I want others to get a better sense of what a great surgeon he is. I am currently writing this review during day 2 post-op of my second HT with Dr. Carman. I will get into my experience with Dr. Carman a little later in this review. I was 31 years old when I had my first HT. I have always had a receding hairline, even while growing up, but started thinning and further receding in my early 20's. By my mid 20's, I had heard about HT's but never knew where to begin researching. The tough part is, if you have any interest in having a HT, you immediately get turned off by the idea once you see someone who has had the unfortunate experience of receiving a very bad and noticeable transplant with a poor surgeon. Furthermore, because the majority of people that get HT's don't go around proactively mentioning they had one, you never realize when you're in front of an excellent and natural looking HT. I became very interested in getting a HT when I was speaking to someone at a work meeting and he mentioned he had a HT procedure a few years ago. I was immediately blown away because it looked 100% natural. After thoroughly inspecting his hair and donor area for a couple minutes, I was inspired to start my mission to get the same results! The person I met at the work meeting also chose Dr. Carman to do his HT after meeting with multiple surgeons, which is how I first learned about Dr. Carman. If I can share anything about my HT process and experience that offers additional support or insight for someone else, I have done my job with this review post. First things to do in the process is interview/consult with a minimum of two surgeons. I would HIGHLY recommend meeting with more than two surgeons in order to find the right one because most surgeons produce poor to average looking results that end up looking unnatural and leave patients unsatisfied. I interviewed with five and it was obvious when I came across the right one (Dr. Tim Carman). Although I was able to see Dr. Carman's work first hand with the person I met, I made sure to have consults with 4 additional recommended surgeons (one of which I have seen on this site but will not mention his name). What you will notice in many surgeon's before and after photos is they tend to give everyone a similar rounded hairline that will ultimately look unnatural. Look at good hairlines on men and women that have never had a transplant and you will almost never see someone with a perfectly straight and symmetrical hairline. You should notice that almost every hairline will be organic and have some unevenness, yet so many HT surgeons make hairlines that look too perfect. When this happens, the HT will look unnatural. Throughout my process, I realized that almost ANY physician can transplant hair. In fact, any board certified doctor can legally/technically perform a HT surgery, which is probably why you'll even find random doctors like cardiologists doing HT's as side business. Transplanting hairs during the surgery is only about 10% of the job. The other 90% and most important part is the artistry itself and very few surgeons have the artistic eye to understand how and where to create hairlines and balance depth and density. This skill is what separates the few great surgeons from all the rest. As I've mentioned above, I chose Dr. Tim Carman to be my surgeon. Keep in mind I drove almost 3 hours to his office and had many closer surgeons to choose from but like I said earlier, when you find the right surgeon, you know right away and it's worth any driving distance. During my initial consult, Dr. Carman did not in any way try to "sell me" on getting a HT, which some offices did and were aggressive. Dr. Carman spent 1.5 hours with my wife and me during the consult and after I shared my hair transplant goals, he gave his recommendations as to how we could accomplish them. I never felt even the slightest bit of pressure from him or his staff. Although Dr. Carman was confident in his work and what he could do for me, he still encouraged me to consult with additional surgeons. By the end of my consult, I received a ton of great information and got a true sense that Dr. Carman understands the artistry behind placing grafts so the transplant looks natural in the end. The other thing I appreciated was Dr. Carman giving me his personal cell number. Many other HT offices are essentially brokers for a list of surgeons and I have heard it can be difficult/impossible to get a hold of your surgeon if you have pre/post-op questions or concerns. Although Dr. Carman has reassured me it's okay to call his cell if I had questions, I have always first called the office and spoken with Pam, (the clinic director). Pam is one of the friendliest people you'll ever meet and has always been able to answer my pre/post-operative questions and concerns. I think I remember hearing the technicians that assist throughout the surgery have been working with Dr. Carman for 6+ years. Their expertise is clearly evident. Overall, I hope you will at least have a consultation with Dr. Carman if you're truly interested in having an HT. You will get so much support from him, Pam, and the rest of the staff from the very first phone call you make to them. I am more than confident Dr. Carman will likely be your surgeon in the end if you do a consult with him. As for price...looking for the best bargain was not my main priority but I found the price and number of estimated grafts to be very fair and similar with most surgeons I met with. Dr. Carman is very upfront with his pricing on the website. If you’re traveling a longer distance like myself, the office will take care of the hotel arrangements for a couple nights, which is included in the price quoted at the consult. My surgeries included... 1st surgery I had 1848 grafts and was a baldness class 2 2nd surgery I had approximately 1166 grafts Some before and after photos from my first surgery can be seen on the following website if you copy and paste the link below…I don’t believe the photos do as much justice as seeing the results in person, but they should give you some idea: http://www.hairtransplantnetwork.com/Consult-a-Physician/doctors.asp?DrID=638#page=page-2 The person I originally met at a work meeting who also had Dr. Carman do his HT had 2893 grafts during 1 session and was a baldness class 3. His photos should also be able to be seen on the same site. I hope my post helps some of you out there that are interested in getting a hair transplant but are unsure about the process and how to choose your surgeon. Remember, take your time and don’t let any doctor/staff pressure you to get the surgery (this should be an immediate red flag if they are), do your research, have at least a 2-3 different physician consults and you’ll definitely know when you find the right surgeon. Dr. Carman’s office number is (858)459-8600 and the website link is: http://www.ljhr.com/la-jolla-ca-hair-restoration-doctors/hair-restoration-dr-carmen.html I highly recommend contacting Dr. Carman's office and speaking with Pam. I'm so confident you'll have a wonderful experience from start to finish with them. Thanks for reading this and best of luck with your future hair transplant!
  20. Any updated comments on Dr. Carman? Interested on diving to FUE with him since I am local with him. Please help.
  21. History: This patient is a pleasant 29 year old male who experienced thinning of his fronto-temporal hairline since the age of 20. He is generally very healthy, with no medical history or previous surgeries. He has become progressively more and more pre-occupied with his hair loss as it has affected his self-esteem, limiting his social activities. The frontal thinning becomes especially apparent after exercise, as the thinning becomes more noticeable when his hair is wet. His family history is significant for fronto-temporal thinning in a similar pattern in his father, 64, that has progressed about midway into his midscalp, with no apparent crown involvement. The patient has decided that he does not want to utilize finasteride as a medical therapy now or in the foreseeable future. Physical Exam: The patient has brownish-blonde (“dirty-blonde”) colored hair with strands of medium thickness that has a mild curl at lengths greater than 4- 5 cm. He presented with total loss of the fronto-temporal hairline and frontal forelock area, and significant loss of density (due to miniaturization) in the anterior midscalp area. His donor area showed a density of 80-90 follicular units per square cm, which is considered average. Based on the anticipation of future losses, a “conservative” hair line was designed. (A “conservative” hairline is one which has some bilateral recession built into it; it is a design that is “forward-looking”, in that it will age with the patient and conserve grafts for use later on down the road for other areas that may thin.) We planned to rebuild the frontal forelock area and the anterior midscalp as well. Our plan was centered around 1800 FU grafts. Procedure: On the morning of the procedure, our surgical plan was revisited, and the hairline was drawn according to the surgical design which was discussed with the surgeon in detail during the initial consult on his previous vist. The safe donor area was then identified, and the appropriate length and height of the strip determined based on the number of follicular units (which will become our “Grafts”) decided upon previously. In most all cases, the hair is preferably left at a length of an inch or more, as the hair will completely cover the area where the donor was removed following excision. The strip is typically about one to one and a half centimeters in height, (about1/2 inch) and it’s length dependant on the number of grafts needed. In this case the length was 15 centimeters (about six inches). The patient is sitting upright in the surgical chair, and small amounts of lidocaine are instilled in a circle around the patients head. This takes about two minutes, and is the “uncomfortable” part of the procedure due to the slight burning of the medication. Once completed, the entire donor area as well as the area to be transplanted is completely numb. The donor was then removed, and a plastic surgery style closure was utilized to create a very minimal appearance upon healing. The typical donor scar result we obtain in our practice is shown in the last photo. The donor site is then placed in the care of the surgical team that will create the 1, 2 and 3 hair grafts from the naturally occurring 1, 2 and 3 hair follicular units, by dissecting them under direct visualization utilizing microscopes. During this time, the patient was placed in the reclining position to enjoy a movie, music, or simply snooze. While the grafts are being prepared, the recipient sites were created, by hand, by the surgeon. This step is essentially sculpting, and an eye for artistic detail is critical. Angulation of the sites, dispersal of the various types of grafts, and varying density are all elements the surgeon addresses in order to create a natural, organic pattern which will be undetectable as manmade. At La Jolla Hair Restoration Medical Center, all blades utilized for this step are created on the spot to specifically fit the individual tissue characteristics of the specific patient on the day of surgery. Creation of sites should only be performed by the surgeon. Following this, the grafts were placed by three members of the surgical team, in order to decrease the “out-of the-body” time of the grafts. The procedure took about 7 ? hours total. Results: A total of 1829 FU grafts were obtained as follows; 743 one hair grafts (utilized as the leading edge of the hairline); 1086 two and three hair grafts (to add density behind the hairline and in the midscalp area). The result shown is at the 9 month mark. At this stage there is typically about 80% growth seen, so there will be some additional subtle filling in over the next 3- 4 months. Discussion: This case illustrates several points. Most importantly, the planning which needs to go into the surgical design. There is a limit to the amount of donor all patients have over their lifetime, and in a young patient it is critical they understand how this fact directly affects the artwork that can be accomplished according to the surgical design. This is why in our practice philosophy at LJHR it is critical that the surgeon perform the surgical consult in detail well in advance of the procedure, as the surgical design is the blueprint upon which the current and future procedures will be built. This is also in line with standard of care practices in Plastic as well as General Surgery. The case also illustrates the typical close cooperation between the surgeon and surgical assistants; experience and ethical standards are the cornerstone of a successful practice, and this, in our opinion, can only be found most consistently in practices dedicated solely to the practice of treating hairloss via transplantation and other adjunctive medical and surgical therapies. As with all hair transplant procedures, this case also illustrates the artistic nature of the process. To me, as a surgeon, the creation of the sites is an absolute pleasure, and as an artist there is no detail too small, especially when it comes to making custom-sized surgical blades specific for each patient. This is often overlooked in many practices, as utilizing commercially made blades which are available are the norm. I borrowed this concept from my habits as an oil painter. I create my own brushes for detailed work- and have done so for decades. It allows me to address the specific needs of the project I am working on at that time. In hair transplant, although there are generalities across all patients that provide the “basics” of the hair transplant procedure (observing these makes for consistent results), there are details specific to each patient that makes each case unique. It is the recognition of those details and addressing them that elevates the procedure from one of rote repetition to one of true artwork. Hence, my preference for making custom blades for each patient. The patient presented here, through a successful transplant procedure, has regained his confidence and self-esteem as a result of the surgical team’s dedicated and conscientious work. There is no greater reward than being able to contribute to an improvement in the quality of life of our patients, and this patient, as with all our patients, illustrates this last point as very well.
  22. I just found out of about him and his work looks great and his prices are dirt cheap. $2 a graph for work above 2500 graphs. Most of my research has been for FUE, but isn't a typical FUT surgery $4 a graph? he's recommended on this site so i'm wondering whats the flaw?
  23. This patient is a 36 year old male with loss of definition of the frontal hairline and frontal forelock density. Our plan was to recreate a delicate, healthy appearing hairline that will stand the test of time as he continues to lose subsequent hair due to MPHL. His FU grafts were harvested by strip so as to guarantee long lasting, natural results. His donor scar, which is shown in the last photo, shows typical results of conservative surgical plastic closure technique.
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