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  1. no one can give you an honest opinion without photos depicting the degree of your hair loss and state of your donor - but most importantly I think everyone on this forum would advise you against going with Bosley. Don't limit yourself to NY doctors, although Feller & Bloxham are great doctors and by all means go for a consultation. Do some research on this site of other doctors' work. YOu may not be limited to FUT or strip surgery - maybe you are a good candidate for the less invasive procedure of FUE, even if you have to travel. I'm from NJ and I flew to Ottawa (less than 2 hour flight) to have surgery with Dr. Rahal because I wanted FUE and he is a world-renowned surgeon. Good luck to you.
  2. Feller and Bloxham, True&Dorin and Dr. Bernstein. I wouldn’t limit your search to New York though, spend some time on the forum looking up reviews and visit the surgeon that impresses you the most.
  3. Dude - you ARE the MAN! I'm a gonna' go on a MAJOR rant right now - so all you TL-DR 'dear readers' may exit stage left at this point. TYIA. Major cosmetic surgery that is botched should be 'shouted from the rooftops' and to be brutally frank (and yes, I am in the legal field and licensed in 3 states as well as Israel) it is horrifying to me that a foreign surgeon cannot be SUED up his ass for Compensatory {expectation & consequential}/General/Punitive as well as Aggravatory and finally Restitutionary Damages. Dr. Erdogan is a reckless unfortunate well-known MILL surgeon operating in Turkey. I stand by this written statement. Unequivocally so, in fact. So sue me, eh? Oh wait - that's what Dr. Erdogan says (not to your face) when he and his staff 'ghost' a persistent and rightly so PISSED-off U.S. patient. Shame on him. And if I am given a 'timeout' for my written statement - no matter. I'll take the charge. It's really no skin off my sack as they say in Jersey. And yes, my last surgery was in India w/Dr. Suneet Soni (4.5K FUT & 500 FUE) in March '17, previous to that surgery in Great Neck, NY w/Dr. Feller 2,243 FUT in March '04, previous to that surgery two surgeries w/Dr. Mark Pomerantz in Chicago, IL (700 and 1100 FUT 'mini and micro' grafts) in two sessions '93 & '94 and finally my 1st initial surgery w/the stupendously arrogant yet 'dim' Dr. Matt Leavitt (100 and 120 minigrafts) FUT in Detroit, MI in Dec. '90 and Jan. '91 Of course I will get more surgery - 2 to 3 FUE procedures and I will utilize 'beard' hair in the process because although I have complete coverage and NO visible thinning my hair is Asian-esque BONE straight and my hair-caliber thickness in Microns is embarrassingly low - thanks Mom & Dad. You fucked it all up when you capriciously concieved me without thinking about genetic predispositions in 1966. Flaccid and weak lack of forethought, but I digress. So, I know of where and when I speak. In fact I would say I am the most informed hair transplant consumer that I've ever known personally. I am obsessed w/hair - it is who I am. Since I get a modest amount of feedback in these forums I will post my last 2 major surgery 'before/after's and my 'current situation' in great and nauseating detail later this spring when I have more free time. SLR photos - professional lighting - wet/dry combthrough videos. Scar and donor area combthroughs and both just-washed hair (wet) - towel-dried hair, no-product dry and styled hair as well as w/a touch of DermMatch concealer. I will walk the walk because I admire everyone here that posts photos and tells their story - it takes alot for me to respect other men - this is hands-down the very best hair-restoration website on the planet. Simple as. For this I owe - a mitzvah if you will for my fellow brothers (in spirit) that suffer from this terrible progressive illness that is passed down from inferior genetic donors (our parents). In the far future hairloss will be a relic of the past that time has forgotten. Until then 'by endurance we conquer!' Peace & Degenerate Blessings...
  4. I had a bad FUT procedure done last year 1000 grafts into the front and temples of my hairline. I also know that hair transplants are permanent, so I know there is no way to get these grafts off without some semblance of scarring. The question is, how bad? I had a consult with Dr. Cooley and another and both agreed that the grafts can be removed almost scarring would be minimal But I have googled this subject pretty tiresomely and what I have found on the internet is not so optimistic. There are not too many pictures that show successful FUE graft removal surgeries. I see a lot of graft redistribution photos and went through a bunch performed by One doctor. But with my specific issue there is little on the internet as far as photos that go with successful FUE graft removal that will allow me to realistic judge for myself how I think the scarring will look. Even more troubling is the prominent hair transplant surgeons in the field that have openly spoke against removing plugs via FUE. Doctors such as Feller, Dua, Pak and Rassman have all warned on forums not to have the procedure done. With all of this information to consider I would love your thoughts on plug removal via FUE. One way or another these grafts really need to come out and if my skin is in way too critical of a condition for electrolysis and I don’t want to deal with the fallout from getting a brow lift on my head. I see no other option. But with getting a 100 or so removed from the front portion of my hairline. What am I realistically looking at scar wise? I am honestly more concerned with my skin underneath the transplants. Dr. Cooley highly and I repeat highly recommended I get A cell done along with my repair. I have some ridging and I am very worried about pinning. Do you guys recommended anything for the skin I can do to help it look as natural as possible? Is A cell my best shot? Right now the plan is Graft Removal and redistribution further back on my hairline and with proper grafts, A cell and FUE scar repair - I have a nasty strip scar in the back to fill in. Thanks for the feedback and all the best always.
  5. Dr. Wesley, Dr. Bernstein and Feller and Bloxham arew worth looking in too. Also, True and Dorin are nearby as well.
  6. We know people are busy; we also know people like to view hair transplant results. To try and help, we started a video series called "Quick Vids." And it is exactly what it sounds like: a quick run through of a hair transplant result, only requiring a minute or less of your finite time. Here is a "Quick Vid" of a 2,500 graft hair transplant I performed on a patient 9 months prior: Thanks for viewing and commenting, Dr. Blake Bloxham Feller & Bloxham Medical, PC
  7. Almost daily, I see patients with thinning in both the "back" and "front" of the scalp. And while many of these patients tell me the back bothers them the most and they would prefer to do "everything" in one shot or focus on restoring the back first, I almost universally advise them to focus on the front "half" of the scalp first. This is for a few reasons: 1) Because it is a more visible and cosmetically significant region. 2) A full front with a thinning back is a pattern found in nature and, therefore, looks natural regardless of whether the patient has a second procedure to address the "back." 3) Because the back frequently appears fuller and the overall appearance of the ENTIRE scalp looks fuller when the front is done. And reason 3 is where today's patient comes into play: The patient is a male in his 30's with NW VI patterned hair loss. The front is more pronounced than the back, and he's consistent with daily minoxidil usage in the "back" region. I had the above conversation with him and despite reservations about not addressing the back during the first surgery, he understood "point 3" and trusted that everything would look thicker. Here is how he looked 6 months after a 3,000 graft transplant. Now, these are not the best "apples to apples" comparison pictures here. Obviously his hair is combed back in the befores and down in the afters. But this is the point of the presentation: he was unable to comb his hair how he wanted before (down) because there was a lack of hair in the front and the thinner hair in the back looked like a "comb over" when he tried to swoop everything down. Now with 3,000 grafts in the front, he's able to "bring it all together" and create a thicker, fuller look in the entire scalp despite having no transplants in the back whatsoever. So, if you have thinning throughout the whole scalp and are somewhat worried about the doctor's recommendation to start with the front first, remember the thickening effect that a single transplant in the frontal half can have. This patient will continue to see how the back holds up on minoxidil and possibly do a second procedure to address the mid-scalp and crown thinning in the future. He will return at 12 months for a fully matured evaluation. Thanks for viewing, Dr Blake Bloxham Feller & Bloxham Medical, PC
  8. Today, I wanted to do something of a "PSA" about how the crown (vertex) progresses and how this affects transplants. Had a patient come to me (from the UK) for surgery in August of 2016. At that time, he was experiencing very classic male pattern hair loss: patterned thinning in the front, a stronger (but questionable) "bridge" in the middle, and an evolving crown in the back. And the patient made a very classic request: "Doc, I know you recommend doing the front/middle, but it's the back that bothers me! Can't we do the crown?" Here's how the looked the morning of the first surgery: Luckily Spex had already done an excellent job discussing the issues with transplanting the crown with this patient, so he had a pretty good understanding of what I would say the morning of surgery. But I told him that transplanting the crown now wouldn't be the best option. The front and middle are more cosmetically significant, and your crown is likely going to progress. We don't want to utilize a lot of grafts before we know what's really going on, nor do we want to fill it now and create an "island" of transplants surrounded by thin scalp as you continue to recede back there. He agreed and we pressed forward with a 3,300 graft transplant aimed at addressing the frontal and mid-scalp. Procedure went great and the patient reported excellent growth a year later. When he got back in contact, he confirmed that the crown (and some of the mid-scalp where the thicker "bridge" was located) had continued thinning and wanted to know if we could address it now. I evaluated everything and believed that we could. Here is how he looked the morning of surgery 2 (pictures purposely highlighting where I worked): And here is a picture of his FUT scar 12 months after a 3,300 graft procedure: But here is where the real "PSA" comes in: Here is how his crown looked only 12 months after the first operation: (note, the mid-scalp continued to thin as well and what you see there is a complete loss of his native hair and only transplants -- which were carefully integrated into his native hair previously -- remain). And here is a "side-by-side" for comparison: Had I done a dense fill of the open crown area before, the patient would have utilized precious grafts to now have a dense island in the middle of thinned area around it. This would not have looked natural, nor would it have been a good use of his finite donor. What's more, you can see how "doing the front first" always results in a natural appearance from any reasonable angle, regardless of how the patient thins behind. But after a thorough review, I decided it was appropriate to now address the crown (including working into the edges where it may possibly continue to thin -- though unlikely) and reinforce some of the mid-scalp. I performed another FUT harvest and removed an additional 2,500 grafts for the crown. He's now had a total of 5,800 grafts via the FUT technique. The patient can still undergo more strip harvest and then FUE the virgin donor around it if he wants more work in the future. Here he is in the middle of the second surgery: And here he is at the completion of the second surgery: So remember: 1) The crown is an highly unstable area and needs to be evaluated and intervened upon carefully. I definitely understand that it's bothersome, but it is constantly evolving in the active stages of male pattern hair loss and "jumping into it" can be tricky and isn't always the best use of grafts. 2) The frontal region is usually the more cosmetically important one and it's usually best -- in patients with loss in both -- to address this region first. 3) Utilize the donor carefully. It's a limited resource and must be respected. Hope you enjoyed. Dr. Blake M. Bloxham (Great Neck, NY) Feller & Bloxham Medical, Hair Transplant Institute NYC Hair Transplant | NY Hair Restoration | Feller & Bloxham Medical
  9. Today's patient is a male with fairly classic thinning in the hairline/frontal band and "fronto-temporal corners" regions. Based upon his hair type, pattern and likely progression, I agreed with his request for a strong, defined hairline, a thick rebuild of the frontal band region, and some "corner closure" -- not something I do on everyone. Presented are the 7 month results of his surgery. While I shared a few key images here, I highly recommend watching the video. The video contains more pre-op, immediate post-op, and "after" images, and it also includes dry hair video and wet comb-through video. The wet comb-through is my favorite because if a hair transplant looks good wet and slicked back, it will look dense and full with pretty much any style. Video: Comparison Pictures (wet and dry): Thanks for viewing and commenting. Dr. Blake Bloxham Feller & Bloxham Medical, PC Hair Transplant & Hair Restoration Services in New York
  10. From time to time, we see a disconnect between hair transplant "expectations" and the "reality" of modern hair transplant surgery. Most of the time online, it seems like patient expectations were outside or above the -- excellent -- reality of hair transplant surgery. However, sometimes in practice, I actually see the opposite; an instance where a patient actually had lower expectations and accepted a less than satisfactory outcome because they thought this was the reality of modern hair transplantation. And I think it is just as important to discuss this because it helps patients understand what they can expect in general. When expectations match reality, patients tend to be happy and achieve good cosmetic outcomes. What's more, by knowing what they should expect from a transplant, otherwise unsuspecting patients reading this thread will hopefully avoid being taken advantage of. The case today is a patient with advanced hair loss -- essentially a NW VI -- who underwent an FUT procedure in India. The doctor recommended doing a 2,600 graft "mega session" to rebuild a "dense pack" frontal band and do some fill behind to create a smooth transition in the mid-scalp. The patient liked the plan and moved forward. Here's how he looked 12 months after that procedure: As members of this forum know, this result is not an accurate representation of the reality of a modern mega session with dense packing. But when the patient presented for the consultation, he was under the impression that this type of result was the norm. I informed him that his expectations did not match the reality of what hair transplant surgery can offer. And I recommended proving this to him by essentially doing precisely what the first clinic claimed: a 2,600 graft mega session with a dense packed frontal band and a strategic mid-scalp fill that transitioned into his open crown. Here's how he looked 12 months after the surgery at our clinic: Now I believe this is a realistic representation of what a modern hair transplant mega session with dense packing via FUT should look like. And while the final result may have benefited slightly from the existing grafts (which, for whatever reason, did not amount of what 2,600 grafts should look like), I still think this is about right. Always keep in mind that results will vary, but this is something I would feel comfortable showing to the average patient to help create realistic expectations. I'm happy to report that this patient is very pleased with where he is at now. I recently did 1 more FUT (this is when the "after" pictures were taken) to fill a little more in the posterior mid-scalp and anterior crown (which is what the patient actually thought he wanted to do originally before understanding how much thicker the front could look). He's likely stripped out now and will probably return in the future for some FUE to finish up. Hope this presentation is helpful to those researching HTs and wondering what they can expect. Here are some comparison shots: Dr. Blake Bloxham Feller & Bloxham Medical, PC
  11. One of the most common requests I receive at the office is: "Doc, I want to cover 'everything.'" In other words, patients want to try and cover from hairline to full crown in one procedure. And while this is possible for some patients -- and I have done it before -- it's usually not the best/most realistic approach for most. Instead, I usually tell patients the best way to really knock "everything" out is in two procedures: one FUT mega-session to rebuild the hairline, densely pack the frontal scalp, and strategically fill the mid-scalp (past the "horizon"); and a second FUT to really do the crown correctly and feather up into the mid-scalp. I particularly like doing this method because a true "crown surgery" really deserves it's own day and a good graft number. I've also found that the FUT scar usually heals roughly the same between surgery 1 and 2, so you get total coverage with very minimal damage in the back and lots of donor left to address any issues in the future -- including some non-strip surgery to camouflage the scar further if the patient wants to go shorter on the sides later on. And that's precisely what this patient did: The patient is a male in his 50's with advanced NW level V-VI hair loss. We planned for two FUT procedures as described above. The first was a 3,200 graft HT aimed at the frontal and mid-scalp. Here are his results from that surgery: And here are his immediate post-operate results from the second surgery -- 2,000 grafts to the crown: And here is a video with more pictures, explanations, and some detailed "comb-through" footage. I highly encourage all members to watch: Thanks for reading. Look forward to comments and questions. Dr. Blake Bloxham Feller & Bloxham Medical, PC
  12. sorry to hear about your situation, I can relate because I had a HT when I was in my early 20's in the 1990's, no idea what I was getting into other than I thought it was a solution to my fear of starting to lose hair, but it was the exact opposite, I got plugs put into my hairline which was fine for a several years until I lost more and more hair. I suffered for decades styling my hair in the most creative ways to try and conceal my hair loss, using hair sprays, gels, comb-overs, etc. I finally had enough after doing quite a bit of research and coming across this site, doing my research on new techniques, best in class doctors, etc. I finally got a few consultations with some top notch docs including Feller, Hasson, Shapiro, Konior, but settled on doing FUE with Rahal. I can't tell you how freeing it was to finally correct a problem and fear I was living with for years ... it was the best thing I could have done for myself. I hope you find a solution to your issue to, maybe Dr. Umar?? If your donor is depleted, he does some great work with body, beard grafts. Post some pics of your condition so others can give you some advice as well. Best of luck to you.
  13. Today's case is a male in his 30's with a diffuse and evolving Norwood VI hair loss pattern. We performed a 3,000 graft hair transplant via the FUT technique. His results are presented at 12 months post-op. Please see the images and video below. I encourage all members to watch the video. It contains more pictures, a detailed video of his immediate post-op, and a more thorough video of his 12 month results. Video: Images: Thank you for reading. Look forward to comments and questions. Dr. Blake Bloxham Feller & Bloxham Medical, PC
  14. Today's case is a younger patient who presented with classic "frontal band" thinning. After discussing the patient's long-term best interests, we proceeded with a 2,000 graft (via FUT) surgery to rebuild a hairline that will age well and densely fill the frontal band area. Attached are a few images of his 12 month results. I highly encourage members to watch the video as well. The video contains many more images (including post-ops), an explanation of the case, and a dry and wet video comb-through. Video: Look forward to comments and questions. Thank you, Dr. Blake Bloxham Feller & Bloxham Medical, PC
  15. There are a few cardinal "sins" in the hair transplant field. And while I doubt a standard list of these deadly sins exist, the general consensus is that they include things like: wasting/not respecting the donor, going too low/flat with the hairline in a patient with future loss, etc. This patient presented after undergoing a "mega session" at another clinic where I believe two of these "HT sins" were committed. The outside clinic attempted a large session on the patient to treat his Norwood VI pattern hair loss. In my opinion, however, two things were done that should not have been: 1) An inappropriate amount of grafts were spread way too far all over the entire scalp 2) The donor was harvested (FUT) in an awkward manner (likely an attempt to to a mega session harvest by a clinic that doesn't do a lot of them) and this limited the available donor for future surgeries. Here is how he looked after his procedure at the outside clinic: He was completely gone on top before the first surgery, so all the hair you see on top is the result of the transplant. As you can see, too few grafts spread too far. But what really made this case a "repair" is the state of the donor. The first clinic started the FUT incision high in the back of the donor area, and almost pointed it downward (opposed to naturally curved upwards) on the sides. This meant in order to obtain a good harvest (which was now limited off the bat) and leave the patient with one acceptable linear scar in the back, I had to harvest above the old scar on the sides and below it in the back. Despite the donor challenges, I was able to obtain 2,500 grafts from the donor. And instead of spreading these all over the scalp in a less dense manner (like previously done), I used these to dense pack the frontal scalp and strategically fill the mid-scalp as much as possible. Obviously this doesn't result in as much area being covered, but it's what gives us those dense, natural results. And here is how he looked only 6 months after surgery: And here are some with surgical lines to demonstrate the plan and where we worked: Now the patient has an appropriate result and a framed, natural look. And while it's always nice to get as much coverage as possible on high Norwood patients, it's rarely a good idea to to it at the expense of cosmetically significant density or the state of the donor. Thankfully the patient still has laxity so he is planning on doing one more large FUT session aimed at filling the rest of the mid-scalp and crown. After that he will likely be a good candidate for FUE to finish off any little areas. Thank you for reading. I will update this thread when the patient comes back for a 12 month follow-up -- especially because the camera wasn't being overly cooperative during his appointment and a lot of the pictures didn't come out. But I hope this case serves as a reminder to those with high levels of hair loss looking to undergo big procedures; make sure good, strategic density is utilized and make sure to keep the donor is the best shape possible for future surgeries -- because you may very well not be able to do everything in one shot. Dr Blake Bloxham Feller & Bloxham Medical, PC
  16. Like many other procedures in this field, SMP is a great tool with the potential to help a lot of patients when done correctly by a skilled practitioner. However, like just about everything else in life, not all SMP clinics are the same and not all practitioners work with the patient's best interest at heart. And that is where our story begins; and it's a little bit of a different case, so I hope members enjoy and I really hope it lets others know there are almost always options to improve upon old or bad work, so don't be afraid to consult and discuss your possibilities. The patient here is a male in his early 40s who initially presented to an outside hair transplant clinic for a consultation years before. He consulted with the hopes to have a hair transplant to treat his Norwood level V-VI patterned hair loss. At that time, he was told that he did not have the donor for surgery and was not a candidate. Discouraged, he looked into other options and found SMP. So he decided to go to an SMP clinic and have permanent SMP done on the entire scalp. Unfortunately, the clinic initially went very low and flat (and somewhat crooked) with the hairline, and the permanent ink partially faded into an unnatural blueish hue overtime. He watched some of our YouTube videos where we had repaired previous bad SMP work and decided to come in for a second opinion about a transplant. Here is how he looked during the consultation/before surgery: His donor was definitely below average. In fact, the gaps and spread nature almost made it looks like he had prior surgery. Initially, we discussed doing an FUE to try and create a "haze" of thinner hair on top to blend with the SMP and give him a more 3-D cropped look. But I didn't think his pseudo-afro hair follicle type would do well with FUE, and he had great characteristics otherwise for an FUT approach. I also thought he would received excellent coverage with his follicle type. Here is how his donor looked: So we decided on an "AMAP" or (as much as possible) FUT procedure aimed at rebuilding a more appropriate hairline (above the previous SMP hairline) and filling as much as possible with a slight emphasis on coverage over density. Despite his well below average density, I was able to harvest 3,103 grafts via FUT and use them as described above. Surgery went beautifully. Here's a surgical overview: He came back for a 6 month follow-up and looked great. Even with his hair cut quite short (and the patient cuts his own hair so that is why there is some unevenness in the 6 month pics), he clearly achieved his goals. This is precisely how the patient wanted to style his hair from the get go, though he is going to try growing it a little longer in the future: Based on the patient's excellent laxity and healing in the donor, we're going to do the rest of the mid-scalp and crown in the not-so-distant future. And although he was concerned initially about starting the hairline above the SMP, I explained that I've done this many times in the past and it usually blends quite well. Particularly when he grows his hair out a bit. But a very satisfying result on a challenging case, and an end to the daily worry about the bad SMP for this patient. Hope you enjoyed. Look forward to your comments. Dr. Blake Bloxham Feller & Bloxham Medical, Hair Transplant Institute Hair Transplant & Restoration Services in New York
  17. There is no best, but there are several qualified doctors in New York, we recommend Dr. Wesley, Dr. Bernstein, Dr. Feller and Dr. Bloxham. I would at least have a consultation with the aforementioned doctors to gather some expert opinions. Warm regards-Melvin
  18. My partner had a brow lift last year that left him with three noticeable linear scars in his scalp that prevents him from cutting his hair short. He was looking to have this repaired with a FUE procedure, I'm assuming 200 grafts would suffice. Is anyone aware of FUE surgeons that perform small sessions, preferably on the west coast? The only ones I've come across are Dr. Lindsey and Dr. Feller, but that's quite a distance to travel. I had a very successfully surgery with Dr. Diep a few years ago, but he currently has an 8 month wait time for FUE and $5k minimum.
  19. In America the only trend regarding FUE is to move AWAY from it. While the hype and performance of this procedure has become epidemic in other countries, this country has been roundly rejecting it for very very good reason. FUE has it's place, but not as a first line procedure for large numbers of grafts. Instead, the gold standard of hair transplantation known as FUT or Strip method should be employed. Through interviews with experienced hair transplant doctors we seek to educate the public as to the very real limitations and unavoidable consequences of the FUE procedure. We understand- to the normal person the FUE procedure SOUNDS preferable to the FUT procedure, BUT these interviews with the expert surgeons who actually perform hair transplantation will help you to understand why this is just not the case. FUT is a far far better option. Rather than relying on anonymous online posters who have created almost 100% of the false hype underlying FUE, we present actual doctors who have dedicated their careers to hair transplantation. These experts tell the truth about FUE and why they would not have such a procedure on themselves-opting instead for FUT.
  20. Pull the hair at the hairline back with your hand and take a close up shot, it's impossible to see what's going on even in that front on photo. I agree it doesn't look like a serious issue however. Shock loss is not a risk unless you're implanting into areas of existing hair, I haven't seen a single example of it anywhere and Dr. Feller for one has said the same in a video.
  21. I also had a transplant w/Dr. Feller when I was 37 and began losing alot more hair about 6 years after at age 43. 16 year user of dutasteride here. I do use systemic oral rogaine and spiro (yea, I know - don't go there). As well as overmachogrande.com laser helmet 440 diode and 2X's weekly Nizoral. I think I RIVAL you for very very fine/straight hair. Guys like us literally need 7K in our frontal 1/3rd to have a natural hairline zone that 'appears' to be near normal. Not to mention (if you have the donor) another up to 5-8K for mid-vertex and near the crown. The crown you 'dust' lightly. Since you are new to dut (but an older guy) - I would stick with it even if you are losing ground. Think how much more you would be losing without dut? Sometimes us thin haired/fine hair guys w/very straight hair 'max' out our donor (fut/fue) and even then - we just have to work with what we have and accept it. I still have a couple surgeries left at nearly 9k of grafts done and will probably throw permanent SMP into the mix along w/PRP w/Acell in the next 2 years and that will probably be it for me. Good luck & you have had good surgeons thus far.
  22. Personally, I do agree that in average yield of strip is better with strip and in the best case FUE is close. I recommend strip regulary for big cases. But I have a hard time follow this post. What is your message exactly? Europe is bad, US is great? ;-) 1. Every (!) clinic has bad results independent of method (FUE or strip).. Just look at this horrible H&W case recently discussed in here. 2. Which role do Lorenzos hairlines play in this case? I think non and I also think it is not true. Why does Couto and Freitas decimate the Donor? Actually, Couto has a lot of cases online with a great result using low graft counts. Actually, he is praised a little to much for it, cause a lot of patients of his just have thick donor hair due to their heritage. 3. I though every elite Doc has bad results (your word)? So Konior is not elite? Or is he beyond elite? The truth is: Of course he has some bad cases, there are just so few online that you can see them. He himself admitted that every (!) clinic has bad results (explecitely not excluding himself). And yes, I have seen bad results of Keser like I did from everyone else. 4. Interesting point, but actually also the pro-strip brigade (or should I say Dr. Feller) has no scientific data to back up that strip is superior. We had this discussion on literally 300 pages. And even Feller and Bloxham did went down like a "led zeppeln" trying to back up their point with data ;-) 5. "The Europeans" again...of course Konior or Diep do not do this. Tell me: Do they just use lower density or are they just superior? What about Canada? Are their clinics Europe like (overhavesting) or US like (flawless) when performing FUE? Keser is actually known for doing more with less in german forums.
  23. I prefer manual. YouTube: "Dr. Feller rotary/suction machines." According to Dr. Feller and many others, motorized FUE may damage grafts.
  24. I am wondering if I can choose one of them for my procedure or I can't as I heard that they now work together as team and patients cannot possibly request only Dr. Feller or Dr Bloxham :confused::confused:
  25. Hello Everyone, Dr. Feller asked me to put up a presentation of a patient who had 4,600 grafts done over two sessions at our clinic. The video contains a lot of pictures and a great "wet comb through." Enjoy! Tara Feller & Bloxham Medical, PC
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