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  1. lukeyb1687

    James A. Harris, MD ARTAS 2300 grafts

    I think what we are trying to address here Dr. Harris is that this result doesn't seem to really show any difference between pre and post op. Do you have images of where the grafts were planted? This will help us all understand what the plan of action was. Was it the patients decision to not strengthen the hairline more? Do you have images of the donor area as well? Top view of the patients scalp? What size punch was used on the ARTAS? Albeit I understand that hairs that are prone to recession conform to a shorter anagen period, but I have to agree with other comments here that I have seen stronger restoration cases for 2300 grafts. As I mentioned earlier, if you have graft placement pictures this might help with the forum understanding. All in all, if the paitent is happy that's all that ultimately matters, I would have personally expected more of a result and not been too pleased.
  2. It is simply a fact that FUT is still more popular than FUE...by far. In the Tom Hanks movie Apollo 13 Jim Lovell's wife asks why her husband's flight to the moon was not being televised live. The answer that was offered was that NASA "made going to the moon seem like a trip to Pittsburgh ". The same goes for FUT. The success and popularity of FUT has been so well established and proven over the past 20 years that it is taken for granted. There is no excitement in viewing the results of an FUT patient because we have already seen, literally, thousands of them online. Sure, there are variations from doctor to doctor, but by and large the results are predictably good. FUE SEEMS like the "next step", but it has been around for 14 years and it's safe to say that it has failed to launch. What has happened is that the pool of wishful thinkers and uninformed patients has grown and there has been no shortage of clinics willing to service these patients. So the number of patients has grown and thus the number of results online. But if you compare the ratio of successful to unsuccessful procedures FUT wins hands down. And this is for predictable reasons. FUE suffers from three detrimental forces that no doctor, clinic, or innovator has yet to overcome: Compression, Torsion, and Traction. You can add Skeletonization to that list as well. FUT does not suffer from these forces. This illusion of popularity is sparked by the interest of a FEW posters on websites like this one. But it is the very nature of this interest that betrays the weakness of FUE. We are all captivated by the man who walks along a tightrope a hundred stories off the ground. "Will he fall?" Same thing with FUE, but in this case it's "will it grow?" And if it grows "will it be as good as strip"? For all the distortion surrounding FUE one line has not been crossed, and that's the claim that FUE actually grows better than Strip surgery. Thankfully, that hasn't happened...yet. The best FUE can claim is that it grows AS WELL AS STRIP. So why not just get strip?! I'm in the business 20 years and that's what I did. You think I would pick an inferior procedure? Vehement FUE supporters, all of them lay non-doctors, say that FUE has improved over the past 14 years. This is simply NOT TRUE. It is wishful thinking. Nothing about the procedure has changed except for the hype and the number of clinics offering it because patients engage in either wishful thinking or are simply uninformed. NOT A SINGLE FUE DOCTOR HAS COME ONLINE ANYWHERE THAT HAS MADE A CLAIM THAT THEY USE NEW TECHNOLOGY. Only lay, non doctor, unaccountable FUE chest beaters who post anonymously have made this claim. Recently a poster on here made such a claim and I offered to host a three way call between him, me, and the doctor he said made the claim- and then post the call online. He did not take me up on the offer. Instead he made a limp-wristed attack on me and then disappeared. Nothing has changed in the world of FUE. A punch is used to score around a graft causing torsional damage. The graft is then grasped with a forceps causing compression damage, and then finally it is literally RIPPED out of the scalp causing traction damage. Sure, there are new machines to assist in taking out the grafts, but they either cause more damage doing it, or they only mimic (poorly) what an experienced FUE practitioner can do. I won't even go into the ridiculous extra costs these "technologies" involve. FUE has it's place, and in some cases it even has a place in megasessions. But I state without reserve that ANY time you see an FUE result, no matter how good or bad it looks, that same patient would have looked BETTER if he had a strip procedure. Furthermore his prospects for future surgery would be better and his donor area could be used more efficiently. FUE is the "have your cake and eat it to" procedure. And in some cases this may be the case. Such as in the hands of very dedicated and very experienced physician practitioners who carefully screen their patients. However, just scanning this website's chat forums alone I have seen more negative postings from patients who actually underwent FUE than I do positive ones, and precious few posts that involve actual FUE results from patients themselves. What you really see are posts by enthusiastic hopeful patients right after FUE surgery but no actual results posted- even years later. What happened to these FUE patients? While the same thing does happen with FUT from time to time, FUT already enjoys thousands of online megasession before/after photos, whereas FUE hasn't even made it to more than a hundred to two hundred yet...and that's after 14 years! If every doctor who performed a hair transplant surgery tomorrow were to check in on this forum and tell us what HT surgery they performed on that particular day you would find 99.9% would be FUT, not FUE. But you would not know that by reading forums because FUT is old news and unexciting. How many before/after pictures of a 2500 graft case can you look at before you become bored? And it is this very reality that demonstrates the reliability and strength of this procedure. FUE has it's place, but NOT first place, and it never will. Dr. Alan Feller
  3. Bill - Managing Publisher

    James A. Harris, MD

    Dr. Harris, What a night and day difference, His results look great. Best wishes, Bill
  4. My Local HT doctor put on his magnifying glasses and sifted through the back of my head and said no problems there your donor area is looking good I've sent my pictures already to many of the doctors recommended on this site and not one other then Erdogan sees any miniaturization issues in the donor area ? After seeing my donor pictures and video whats your opinion you have alot of HT experience here Do you think Dr. Jim Harris, Denver, CO - Dr. Robert True & Dr. Robert Dorin would turn me down ?
  5. Hello fellow Norwoods. You’ve been very informative and helpful to me throughout my hair loss experience so I thought that the least I could do would be to document my transplant experience to “pay it forward” to other sufferers. My goal is that at least one person is helped by my write-up, regardless of how they ultimately decide to treat (or not treat) their hair loss. Although I don’t necessarily think that my hair loss has held me back in life in any significant manner, it did cause a tremendous amount of anxiety and reduced the joy that I experienced on a day-to day basis. I have a wonderful life, which I am extremely grateful for, though I was having trouble being happy due to my hair loss. I am a 28 year old male. I am currently using the big three of Finasteride, Minoxidil, and Ketoconazole and have done so for the last 3-4 years. When I compared my current loss to three years ago it looks to be comparable (i.e., the treatment is helping me maintain). There is a history of hair loss in my family; my granddad is a Norwood 5/6 at 80 years old, my father is a Norwood 5/6 at 60 years old, and my younger brother has similar loss to me (though not as extensive as he jumped on Finasteride earlier). I initially noticed my hair loss when I was 23, though looking back at pictures I can see thinning and recession as early as 21. Below: Me at 25 years old When I initially hopped on Finasteride I was 24 and was not considering a hair transplant. My thought process was that I was still young and that by the time I was old (i.e., 30 lol) I would probably not care at all about my hair and just stop taking Finasteride. Well, as you all probably know, life doesn’t end at 30 (or 40 for that matter) and it’s only natural to want to be happy with the way that you look. The turning point for me was when my work was offering free, professional portrait photography and I elected to skip it as I didn’t want an updated photo showing my excessive balding (was living in the past with a three year old photo lol). Consequently, I began researching hair transplant options. Although I had consultations with many of the elite doctors recommended on this site, I ultimately decided on an FUE procedure with Dr. Jim Harris in Denver, Colorado. I know that there is not one “best” doctor, but based on my situation, as well as Dr. Harris’ extensive experience with FUE, I decided that he was the best choice for my procedure. After communicating through email for several weeks I booked my procedure and was quoted 1500-1800 grafts. Leading up to the procedure I was a ball of anxiety (as my wonderful girlfriend can attest to). Two days before the procedure I gave her a “free pass” to make all the baldy jokes she wanted to, which helped to lighten the mood a little bit. However, I still remained anxious and thought about cancelling up through the night before my procedure. As Spencer Kobren repeatedly says “Once you’re cut, you’re cut”. I was well aware that after my procedure there was no going back and that I would be committed to treating my hair loss over the long-term. It’s possible that ten years from now I may look back at this time of my life and think “what was I thinking?” however, it’s better than living a sub-par life and always wondering “what if?” Leading up to the procedure I followed all of the pre-op instructions and then some. I researched pre-op instructions from other reputable clinics and decided that, in addition to my normal pre-op instructions, I would avoid alcohol and caffeine for roughly three weeks before my procedure. Although I’m aware that this likely had no measurable effect on my procedure or my future results, it gave me a peace of mind knowing that I was doing everything possible on my end to ensure solid results. On the day of surgery I arrived at 8AM and had my pre-op consultation with Dr. Harris. I was undecided on whether temple points were a good use of grafts so we briefly discussed the placement of temple points and decided that as they are only 30-50 grafts per temple, that this was a good use of grafts. After this brief consultation Dr. Harris began extracting the grafts using the Harris SAFE system. During the extractions Dr. Harris mentioned that I have really good donor characteristics which was a surprise to me as I pessimistically thought my donor was somewhat thin. Further, one of the techs mentioned that I probably had the record for most three-hair grafts, which made me feel like I was on cloud nine. Ultimately I received 1,779 grafts into my frontal third and temple points with a transection rate of 3.7%. My graft breakdown was: 1-hair grafts: 200 (11%) 2-hair grafts: 568 (32%) 3-hair grafts: 924 (52%) 4-hair grafts: 87 (5%) On the day after the procedure I began washing my head by pouring a cup of water over my entire head (as per the post-op instructions). I looked into the sink and couldn’t believe what I saw…ALL MY HAIRS WERE FALLING INTO THE SINK!!!! I frantically called Dr. Harris’ office and explained the situation. Laura kindly suggested I come in for an examination. As I had figured out on the car ride over there, the hairs that I was seeing in the sink were simply stragglers from my pre-op haircut. Dr. Harris explained that if grafts were falling out they would be much longer, have a bulb, and likely cause bleeding. Despite having received a 3.9 GPA in my master’s program, I wasn’t smart enough to remember that they gave me a haircut before surgery lol! As soon as my blood pressure returned to normal I happily went on my way. I’ll do my best to update on a monthly basis though I’m not expecting much growth in the next 3 months. I will be sure to post my picture at 10 months to show the final result. As of now I am very happy and optimistic regarding my future growth. I’d like to specifically thank Spencer Kobren, FredtheBelgian, Rawtashk, Peapoddy and Spex for sharing their experiences as these experiences provided support throughout my journey. Here are some of the photos: Pre-op pictures Post-op pictures
  6. This 25 y/o male has extensive baldness for his age and is now almost a Norwood VII. The only plan that I will use for someone this age and with this much hair loss is an oval frontal forelock pattern. The main goal is to frame the face and take away the tall "ski hill" of bald skin going up from the forehead which makes many men look older than they really are. It also has a devastating effect on the self image these men have of themselves. We performed his procedure at the Orlando Live Surgery Workshop of the ISHRS 2 years ago. We placed 1280 grafts, of which 980 were FU grafts and 300 were MFU grafts (multi-follicular) for a total of 3274 hairs.The patient returned to see us around 7 months after his procedure, which can be viewed in the "after" photos here. In the next couple of years he will most likely have a second procedure of about the same size. His hair will become more full appearing in the next 6-8 months also. I tell these patients that the best styling pattern is to take the hair back and to the right corner. Two prominent politicians who were transplanted who style their hair this way are Joe Biden and Jim Baker. Also, small "humps" were drawn in his plan, in which downward pointing hairs are placed to help blur the area between the forelock and the side fringes. The crown/vertex in the rear will only get larger as he ages, so there is a very limited amount of donor hair available. The most important thing of all is to make sure nothing is done that would make his appearance freakish in any way for the rest of his life. Mike Beehner, M.D.
  7. Hey guys, I’m scheduled for 2000 FUE with Dr. Rahal on Tuesday. I must admit that I feel a mix of emotions right now. I’m nervous and excited! I’ll start with a little about me and why i’m getting a hair transplant. I’m 34 and from Toronto. I first noticed hair loss at around 25. At first it was slight hairline recession, which I was ok with at first. But then my hair loss progressed to more of a “diffused pattern” in the frontal area. That’s when I started medications. Rogaine 5% at first and Propecia later. I also added Dermaroller to the mix shortly after. Overall, I’ve had success with medications. While my hairline is essentially gone, the back and sides remain strong. With my hair loss under control, I feel that it’s time to get back the hair that I’ve lost. I feel shitty without hair. I feel older. I look older. I like to think that i’m informed, having researched this for years. My expectations are in check. I’ve planned for a second procedure at some point in the future. And I have chosen one of the best. Having learned so much from this forum over the years, I’d like to contribute as best I can moving forward. Having said that, here are a few things that influenced my decision. I’m sure that some will agree and disagree with what I have to say. And that’s ok. It’s what makes this community great. Please keep in mind that these factors are important to “me.” I encourage you to do your own research. Making an informed decision is empowering. Strip vs FUE - Why I Chose FUE Let me start by saying that I’m not “anti-strip.” I feel that a Strip+FUE combo is the way to go for a lot of guys. I considered two large strips, followed by FUE strategy. Overall, I would get an additional 2000-3500 lifetime grafts vs FUE alone. But I also considered my age, family history, use of medications and conservative hairline approach Dr. Rahal suggested. I’ve had great success with Propecia, Rogaine 5% and Dermaroller over the years. And while my hair loss is most visible in the front, I’ve been able to stabilize my mid-scalp, crown and donor regions. My family history also indicates that I’ll progress to a 5A. My current hair loss pattern and level of hair miniaturization (measured by Dr. Rahal) confirms this. Based on these assumptions, I feel that the option to “wear my hair short” outweighs the benefits of “additional lifetime grafts.” Bottomline, I don’t feel that i’ll need them. Manual vs Motorized FUE That brings me to the “manual vs motorized” debate. Personally, I feel that you can achieve a great result with manual or motorized. The debate should really be about “dull vs sharp” and quality punches. Let me explain. In my opinion, a sharp punch is the best method to minimize trauma. A dull punch will create shearing and frictional forces that can damage the follicle. A punch with thin walls, sharp edges and small internal diameter greatly minimizes resistance. So much so that it negates any oscillations or frictional forces seen with motorized FUE. This of course eliminated Harris’ SAFE System for me, as I strongly feel that shearing/frictional forces and distortion of follicles, combined with improper handling (since FUE grafts are typically stripped of fat) are likely responsible for the majority of poor growth. Of course this also eliminates Artas, which uses Harris’ SAFE System and blunt force. Doctor vs Technician Another hot topic right now is “who does the extractions” - doctor vs technician. For me it’s more about “experience.” I would rather a technician with 10 years experience extract the grafts vs a doctor with two years experience. Or vice versa. Transection, size of punch used and difficulties in extraction, etc. all point to the operator's experience or lack of. I feel that a transection rate of less than 3%, combined with using a punch size of 0.75mm - 0.9mm are much better indicators of experience. FUE in Turkey I did consider Dr. Koray in Turkey due to cost. His FUE results are also excellent. But after the conversion to CAD dollars, cost of flight, etc., the difference in price was negligible in my case. One thing that I also considered is the need for a possible touch-up. I’m going into this knowing that I may need a touchup of some sort - an area that didn’t grow “as well”, etc. It’s a very real possibility and more common that many think. Anyone considering a hair transplant in Turkey or traveling any distance for that matter should take note of this. Or at least budget for it, as I doubt any clinic would foot the bill for travel. Having one of the best in my own backyard should the need arise is reassuring. I should point out that both clinics were complimentary of each other’s work and very professional during the consultation process. Why I chose Dr. Rahal Besides meeting all of the above criteria, I wanted a surgeon skilled at hairlines. Hands down, I feel that Dr. Rahal’s hairlines are the most natural and that he could give me the most natural results. Unfortunately, my hair characteristics are less than ideal. I have coarse hair that’s straight (though slightly wavy when long) and high contrast between hair and scalp. I needed a surgeon skilled at creating a “feathered hairline zone” with less than ideal hair characteristics. I also wanted a surgeon skilled at creating the illusion of density or “more with less.” I also had the luxury of meeting several of Dr. Rahal’s patients in person, a few from this forum. As expected, I was impressed by the results. It was also expressed by many Rahal patients that Dr. Rahal’s aftercare is exceptional. Something that’s important to me. I want to say “thank you” for the support and words of wisdom from each of you along this journey. Scheduling this procedure was not an easy decision for me. I’ve waited years to get this done and promise to update everyone on my progress as the months go by. One perk that Dr. Rahal offers is a guest-house attached to the clinic. So if you’re staying at the guest house next week, I look forward to meeting you! And if you’re from Toronto. Email me. Let’s grab a beer!
  8. Ugh, this sucks.....I feel for you, baldlivesmatter. Also, sorry but not sorry.....I think this whole "the doctor will make it right" excuse I hear from time to time on poor results is a cop-out. It's one thing to hear that from a surgeon who did surgery and you had a 95% great result but maybe there was a small little touch-up needed. Surgeon says "I will make it right." That's a good surgeon. Little touchups happen are are normal. "Hey, I ordered a burger without onions and it has onions on it." "Oh, no problem, we will make you another burger without onions." However, hearing that line from a surgeon who produced an overall POOR result.....it means nothing. Why would you ever consider going back to someone who demonstrated they didn't the surgery as a whole very well? "Hey, come back to my restaurant....I know you had food poisoning for a week after and almost died but I promise our food will be better this time". Yeah, OK. Like some have said.....1700 is a small amount of your donor (and you look to have a nice caliber of hair) so at least you didn't waste many grafts and luckily you didn't get FUT and have a scar and a poor result. Christ, call Dr. Konior or one of other 3-4 top-notch surgeons tomorrow and be sure of your result this time. STOP CUTTING CORNERS PEOPLE! You not only waste your time and money but your donor when you pick people B-list surgeons. It's 2018, do you want Tom Cruise in your movie or do you want Jean Claude Van Damme? I realize you said you researched several surgeons and went with the one you went with. However, I'm not sure what factors you based this on to make you pick him out of the others you could have went to. I'm not saying Harris is horrible....you said a friend of your's went to him and it looked good. However, this is what separates the A list from the B list. The A listers might have 1 bad result a year (likely due to patient physiology).....the B listers are going to have significantly more. How lucky are you feeling to test the odds?
  9. This is a disappointing overall yield for sure. However, I am glad to see Dr. Harris is standing by his work, and that you do have options going forward. I commend you for sticking around and keeping everyone on this forum updated; many would simply vanish and never post again in situations like this. Please do let us know how you decide to approach this going forward.
  10. Another post directly from the owner slandering Dr. Harris. These guys are unbelievable.
  11. Hi all, Just want to share and document my experience. Had my procedure today w Dr. Lovitt at the Hair Sciences Center (office of Dr. Harris) in Denver. Dr. Lovitt and her staff were amazing. Very accommodating and made me feel comfortable the entire time. I decided against the IV sedative. The first few minutes were mildly irritating as they numbed up my dome, but after that they did a very good job of keeping me numb by reinjecting through the procedure. We got started around 9am and were done around 3pm. Just resting at home and following the post op instructions. Gonna upload photos. I welcome any questions and of course, any encouraging words. I've been reading these forms for years and have you all to thank for getting Dr. Harris, Dr. Lovitt and their staff on my radar. Thanks!
  12. Patient is 33 years of age. Patient received 1160 FUE grafts by James A. Harris, M.D. Dr. Harris' SAFE System was used to harvest the grafts. Great outcome!
  13. Patient is a 35 year old male that underwent the NO SHAVE IFT (individual follicular trim) for an FUE with Dr. James Harris Hand Held SAFE SYSTEM. Patient received 1234 graft in the frontal hairline, recessions and forelock. Excellent outcome!
  14. Wanted to share recent experience with Dr. Harris. -I Started as a Norwood 6 -Had FUT 3/15 with Dr Alba Reyes Sajiv in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. 2,270 grafts/4,631 hairs to frontal region. Excellent results and experience there. -Second FUT with Dr. Waesche @ PAI in Indiannapolis 10/15. 1,081grafts/4,445 hairs to crown. That went well enough, Crown's tough to fill in in one shot. -Third procedure just a few days ago was a No-Shave FUE with Dr. Jim Harris in Colorado. I just didn't want to go thru another strip procedure and shaving my head was NOT an option. Had around 700 grafts/1,500 hairs to finish filling in small remaining area of baldness. Absolutely the easiest of the three procedures, ZERO pain or discomfort at donor or recipient sites. Great office, doctor and staff. All in all have lucked out with good experience at all three places and good results everywhere (yes, it may be a little early to say about this last one but at this point I think I can tell..).
  15. Per the suggestion of many in this thread I emailed Dr. Harris with my concerns and pictures. He agreed that the growth was not as expected and that if things don't improve by the 12 month mark I have two options: 1. Additional surgery at no charge 2. Refund Although I'm not pleased with my results thus far, I am happy that Dr. Harris is standing by his work and not trying to bullshit me by either saying the results are good or blaming my physiology for the poor growth. Not being able to leave the house without concealer is tough enough without being blamed for it as well. It's unfortunate because I have a friend who got a similar sized procedure (~1500 grafts) with Dr. Harris and his results are looking good so not sure why mine didn't turn out well. Regarding the options, as alluded to here, I'm leaning more towards getting a refund and going to a different doc. As has been discussed, all doctors have different methods and some methods work better on certain patients than on others. I'll be out in the Bay next month for a week or so and I reached out to Dr. Diep's clinic for a consult. I'll need to dig back into researching other FUE docs, I know Konior has a good reputation on here too so maybe I'll reach out to him this week. Also open to suggestions if anyone has any.
  16. Hi everyone, Thanks for all the responses. Not much change at month 8, and I was very busy at work, so elected not to post an update. A few items though: 1. David -- For what it's worth, I think you do an excellent job with this forum. Not sure what the cause of all the animosity towards the moderators and this forum is, but it seems somewhat strange to frequently use a forum and then complain about said forum. I know that I was in a much better place to make an informed decision as a result of primarily this forum, as well as other similar resources. 2. Dr. Harris -- I appreciate the response. You're correct that you did not have an email from me. In my 6 and 7 month updates, where I said I was waiting for growth, I was in no way insinuating that my result was bad -- just that I was impatiently awaiting my growth. I only really started to be concerned after the myriad of negative responses saying "get a refund!", "bad result!", etc. after my 7 month update. I re-read through SPEX's thread on patience, took a deep breath, and decided I'd hold off final judgment until 12 months (like is preached ad naseum on this forum).
  17. I've been in contact with Dr. Harris to fix the mess Colorado Hair Institute gave me. I noticed another Yelp review that appears to be Colorado Hair Institute slandering Dr. Harris. I informed Dr. Harris and he confirmed that isn't a patient of his. At this point, I'm using this thread also as recorded evidence against them as well as a warning. I had more screenshots on my phone that I lost. Also attaching a review that states "Dr. McTyre" when he isn't a doctor in case it can be proven to be him who wrote it. He's not a doctor.
  18. "Not true and you know it. 1) Dr Lupanzula and Dr Bhatti have both come on to debate you" AGREE. LETS NOT FORGET DR. JIM HARRIS AS WELL WHO LATER RETRACTED HIS STATEMENT AFTER MANY FOLKS HAD ALREADY A CHANCE TO VIEW HIS OBJECTIVE OPINION. DR MICHAEL VORIES ALSO HAS JOINED THE DEBATE AND HAS DISAGREED WITH BOTH DR. FELLER AND BLAKE ON MANY ACCOUNTS. SO THERE HAVE BEEN FOUR WELL RESPECTED SURGEONS WHO HAVE DISAGREED, AND WE ARE STILL WAITING FOR ANOTHER FUT/FUE HT SURGEON TO JOIN THE DR. FELLER CRUSADE OTHER THAN BLAKE.........
  19. Turkey is over 19 hours flight time. Turkey a unsafe place to be? What about Doctor Kongkiat for FUE? Located in thailand. He was trained by well known Pathomvanich. http://www.absolutehairclinic.com/about-us.html He has done many workshops with Dr. Cole, Dr. Harris, and Dr. Lorenzo.
  20. Dr. David Josephitis

    FUT after 1000 graft FUE?

    It appears you have the option of doing another FUT of an FUE this time around. As other have suggested you could do another FUT because you already have a linear scar. You noted that you would prefer a shorter post operative healing period and that is why you are leaning towards FUE. That is not a problem. The only issue you may run into is that it may be challenging to hide the linear scar in the short term while your has has been shaved short for the FUE extractions. You might want to consider doing the "non-shaven" FUE. This way you could maintain your current hairstyle and still get the FUE. Dr. Harris in Colorado has been doing this for a while. We are also doing it here at Shapiro Medical Group. There might also be physician near you as well. The density of 70 should not be a problem unless the donor area becomes very depleted. A physician can evaluate that for you. Also, if you ever want to do an FUT later, the FUE now should not hinder that procedure. Again, an exam by a hair physician would be your best bet.
  21. Dr. Harris is as skilled a surgeon as they come and his credentials absolutely impeccable, but even he cannot guarantee a perfect result. What he can do, like he did here, was to assure the patient that IF things don't turn out as they both expected, he will make it right. What more could any patient ask for? That's nearly unheard of today in almost any service industry and shows how absolutely stand-up a surgeon Dr. Harris is and why I trusted him implicitly with my transplants. This book is not yet written. It needs 5 more months, so I'm not sure why so many here are pre-judging the results so harshly. It may turn out there is not much more growth to go, or the OP may grow a tremendous amount between months 8-9 like I did during my first procedure (but to show the variance possible even within patients, all of my growth for my 2nd procedure happened by month 4-5 and I am THRILLED with my result! See Dr. Harris' FUE handiwork below!). We'll know soon enough how it turns out, but the most important thing is that Dr. Harris come on here to assure his patient that he will stand by him and he should be commended enormously for that!
  22. Having been involved with this community over the last 13 years (the first 4 of which, I was a patient only), I have seen a disturbing trend of blaming and vilifying the doctor every time a patient shares their concerns. As Dr. Harris rightfully stated, the doctor (at least in most cases) is not the enemy. Most physicians, especially the ones we carefully recommend on this community truly care about their patients and want their patients to be happy. Dr. Harris is one of those physicians. Furthermore, this patient is 7 months post-op. He has at least 5 more months of growth and maturation before we can call this a "result" and know whether or not it is a "success" or "failure". Moreover, if this patient's growth is poor, Dr. Harris already stated that he'd stand behind his patient and help him get the results he wants and deserves. This community exists to enable patients to share their experiences good or bad. When publishers/moderators respond, we aim to keep our posts educational. At times, we may appear to "protect" a doctor and at other times we may appear to "protect" a patient. There are no financial incentives in doing so. In fact, the only time we may defend one side or another is if we feel that one side is being wrongfully attacked. In many cases, the doctor is wrongfully attacked as if he/she purposely set out to hurt the patient. What people have to understand is that hair transplantation is still surgery and no matter how great a doctor is, every doctor has cases of poor growth. At the end of the day, it's how the doctor works with the patient to satisfy his concerns that makes the difference. But patients must be held accountable too. Patients can't attack doctors just because they're concerned. We know it's not always easy to be patient, but a hair transplant should be evaluated at 12 months and after that, the patient and the doctor can work together on an attack plan on resolving a patient's concerns if it hasn't grown or matured the way it was expected. In this case, it's only been 7 months. The patient posted his concerns at 6 months too. The patient has the right to his feelings, but are we going to go through this same process again at 8 months? Those who truly understand the procedure have already suggested that the patient waits until 12 months to evaluate it. While we do encourage patients to share monthly updates, we ask that the members not exacerbate the patient's concerns by making accusatory statements towards the doctor or this community. Instead, let's wait 12 months and then let's see how Dr. Harris and the patient work together if any concerns still remain. For instance, David, our forum co-moderator was in a very similar situation. His first hair transplant with an outstanding surgeon didn't grow the way any of us expected. He was very patient and the doctor worked with him to get him the results he wanted and deserved in a second pass without any charge. Sure it took a little extra time but Dave was happy with the outcome. Nobody is here to hurt anyone. We are only here to help. I hope forum members can understand that there is no "us" vs. "them" and that we are all on the same team. Best wishes, Bill
  23. Hello Guys, I have been reading this forum for years and I have been researching and suffering hair loss also for more than 15 years. I had my first HT (crown and hairline) with Dr. Jim Harris (ARTAS) in 2013 with horrible results (very low density plug like results) then in 2014 I had a second HT with Dr. Harris this time with manual FUE (SAFE System) and I got a little better results (I would say 70% happy with the hairline but only 30% happy with the crown). Dr. Harris offered a heavily discounted 3rd surgery to repair the 2 previous surgeries but again what he offered was very conservative, low number of grafts and he even recognized that he prefer to do several relative small surgeries vs one or two high density ones. I totally disagree. Every surgery is 10 days that I need to take off of work, 2-3 months of recovery to have a presentable hair again (I do lectures and public presentation to large amount of people) and a full year to see the results. I am 41 years old single and I can't waste more of my time with small surgeries to enjoy my hair while I am still young. Money was never an issue and donor area was very good according with several doctors. On a positive side from Dr. Harris is extremely friendly and his customer service is great but at the end results is what matter to us. For this reason I decided to look even around the world to see the best high density doctors and two names came to my list. Dr. Rahal and Dr. Lorenzo in Madrid, Spain. Dr. Rahal representatives after receiving my form and photos ruled me out saying that they didn't want to work in my case because of the two previous HTs (very disappointing) but Dr. Lorenzo immediately decided to take my case and he was completely sure from the beginning that he can deliver high density results with the donor area left in my scalp. I booked with him and he completed my surgery on November 2015. Info of my previous surgeries: Dr. Harris ARTAS October 2013: 1973 Grafts (Crown and Hairline) Horrible punch scars in my donor area from the ARTAS punch and terrible density plug like hairs in my hairline Dr. Harris MANUAL SAFE System 2014: 1926 Grafts (Crown and Hairline) much better density in the hairline but again low density in the crown. Much better punch size and less scarring from this surgery in my donor area. Dr. Lorenzo Manual FUE November 2015: 2800 Grafts! (1800 Crown, 1000 Top/Hairline). Amazing density in the crown and full repair of the hairline. I don't know if I can post a link to my blog where I already have years of info and photos from the moment where I started to lose hair, the past two surgeries with Dr. Harris and now with Dr. Lorenzo. If that is the case please let me know and I will post the link here for you to see all the details of my surgery. I have too many there to start uploading and writing everything again on each forum. I will answer any question here in the forum. Thank you,
  24. I have notified Dr. Harris of this thread via email and requested that he contact you about your concerns. As I'm sure you know, he has an excellent reputation not only for his surgical skill but also his dedication to patient care. I'm sure he will work with you if your results are not acceptable after 12 months. Best of luck!
  25. baldlivesmatter, While I agree that you are behind the curve and it's prudent to begin discussing your concerns with Dr. Harris, I would also urge you to not succumb to the doom-and-gloomers. Slow growth is real. I was a slow grower with my first transplant. You can see my 7 month results here. Thought the final results of my first HT were not what I'd hoped for, I saw significant growth from 8 to 10 months and beyond. There is a reason why all clinics insist that patients wait at least 12 months and, despite what jbl2093 may believe, it is not to provide false hope and waste time. jbl2093, This is an utterly false and malicious statement. Our public record (try using the search feature) clearly shows that we often work to facilitate communication between patents and physicians and address patient concerns. We are, first and foremost, patient advocates. With such a low opinion of how we run this community, it's a wonder why you choose to continue participating.
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