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  1. This is a 25 Year old man with Class VI hair loss who received a hair transplant by Dr. Parsa Mohebi. We focused on the hairline, front, corners, crown, and top area of the scalp and covered it with 5521 follicular unit grafts. FUE Hair Transplant was done with 5521 follicular unit grafts 12 month follow up after 3rd procedure Miniaturization Study (Microscopic Evaluation) Location Miniaturization Hair Line: 70 Corners: 100 Top: 70 Crown: 100 Donor Area: 10 Here is the patient's hair characteristics: Hair loss class: VI Hair color: Blond Skin tone: White Hair character: Wavy Hair thickness: Medium to fine Donor density: 2 Scalp laxity: >3 Here is how the grafts were distributed: Hairline: 480 Front: 2,500 Top: 1,104 Crown: 1,437 Ones: 1,788 Twos: 3,094 Threes: 639 Total: 5,521
  2. I had a "Celebrity FUE" procedure at Dr. Parsa Mohebi's office yesterday in Encino, CA. This is my initial post and will detail my journey with this procedure. I will continue to post occasionally until the final result is achieved. About Celebrity FUE / Unshaven FUE Procedures For those who don't know, "Celebrity FUE" is the term Dr. Mohebi has used to describe what is also known as a "non-shaved FUE procedure." On his website, he details both that this is a non-shaved procedure, that "the Celebrity FUE technique allows patients to keep their hair long during their procedure." I have attached screenshots of these statements to this post. At this time of writing, there is also a video on his Celebrity FUE page which says, "we don't cut, trim, or shave any hair." Why I Chose Dr. Parsa Mohebi As a public health professional, my top priority is to conceal my hair transplant from my patients while also getting good results. I had initially booked an FUE procedure with Dr. John Diep, but Dr. Diep told me he would need to shave the baby hairs on my hairline to implant the grafts. Although I admired his results more than anyone else I had seen within the US, ultimately, his statement led to me canceling the procedure with him. After reviewing many, many other surgeons, I scheduled a consultation with Dr. Mohebi., who I had bookmarked from my prior search - specifically because he offers a "Celebrity FUE" procedure. It was the most expensive of options I could have chosen, but concealing the transplant was critical to me, even if the results might not be as ideal to me - as long as it was good enough. Another selling point to me was that he said, as he does on his website, that "80% of transplanted grafts will already have your longer hair." During the consultation, I was assured like the videos that there would be no cutting of my current hair so that I could completely conceal the transplant. Additionally, when I asked Dr. Mohebi if he performs the surgery himself, he said straightforwardly said "yes." He reinforced that the grafts would be of my longer hair and said I would see a good preview of what my hair would look like after the full results were achieved. Not only was this attractive to me because I could conceal the transplant, but also potentially pull off a more enhanced hair look for the first month after the surgery. Surgery Day / The Experience The meeting I had with him in-person the day before the procedure went well. We examined my loss pattern with a microscope and determined the density of various areas, particularly the donor area. I showed him pictures of my hair loss progression over two decades (starting at 16 years old, I'm now about to turn 36). We created a long-term plan for my hair restoration that included potentially rebuilding the temples at some point (though not necessary) and thickening the crown and vertex at a later date when it is needed. When I arrived the next morning to begin the surgery, he asked me if we could trim my baby hairs around my hairline. Whenever anyone says trim, it means literally to trim - not shave or buzz off. Even though I did not give consent to this on the written forms, I said yes verbally because I knew he was indicating that doing so would provide optimal results for incision and inserting the grafts. He then told me there would be a few ladies assisting him during the procedure. I imagined these assistants would help with graft harvesting and counting. Once I was in the chair, I was sedated with laughing gas and one Valium. Once sedated, he requested "the clippers" from one of the technicians and buzzed off about a half-inch all around the hairline on my crown - my hairline now resembling an old Nicholas Cage. I was not happy, but it was too late, I was sedated, and there was no point in pulling out at this point. Once I was fully sedated, Dr. Mohebi used his syringe to provide me with good local anesthesia as needed. The pain was more minimal than a regular injection you would receive from a lab technician doing bloodwork. Dr. Mohebi then began extracting a number of grafts from my donor area using a tool that made drilling-like noises - the puncher, I assume. I do not believe this tool was used on extracting all of my grafts, and Dr. Mohebi himself did not extract all of my grafts. After a short period of time, probably around a half hour, and while my head was now positioned down facing the floor, I stopped hearing his voice but felt the work continuing. When I asked what was happening and where Dr. Mohebi went, the four female technicians said "he has left to do other things while we catch up for him with the graft removal and placement process." This process continued, largely without Dr. Mohebi for the remaining 9 hours of the 10 hour surgery. The female technicians continued to chat with each other thoroughout the surgery. Dr. Mohebi would check in about once every two hours for about five or ten minutes to see how things were going, usually to administer more local anesthesia (I assume the technicians are not able to do this). Once he came in and rotated a couple of grafts that one of his technicians had inserted for him, I heard him say "these here need to be turned around." I was not happy with this process since I was told he would be conducting the surgery and there was no mention of technicians who would essentially be doing the whole procedure for him - technicians whose credentials I have no knowledge of and that I was not able to evaluate prior to my surgery. It is my understanding that all graft removal and placements are critical to the outcome results of the surgery. I would say Dr. Mohebi was in the room for a total of less than one hour for the ten hour procedure, and often for only 5-10 minutes at a time, usually to administer more local anesthesia. I did not vocalize my unhappiness during the procedure. The last thing I wanted to do was cause a stink while a group of people are operating on my head whose mood/focus I might affect. But I was not happy. A significant amount of the hair that I use for coverage of my temples had been buzzed off, and the process of the surgery was not what I was told it would be. I could have seen Dr. Diep for the same offered procedure (a buzzing of my baby hairs with FUE grafts) for thousands of dollars less and more density/grafts! The extra precautions I had requested be taken with Dr. Mohebi to conceal my operation and keep my hair have not only been been compromised, but disregarded when the doctor knew this was my top priority. Additionally, though he told me in an email prior that 80% of the grafts would contain my longer hair so I could see a preview of the results, he said at the end of the surgery that only half of the implanted grafts had hair. The hairs that were there were not my full length either, so it seemed pointless to me that we did this method of a procedure at all. The procedure itself was not painful. The four female technicians were very polite, though it did bother me that I had no idea they would be performing the surgery and what their experience/credentials were, if they were rented assistants, etc.... There were a couple of bad (i.e. mildly painful) punches that happened on occasion, but it was so minor that it barely registered. The most uncomfortable part was the pressure on my forehead from laying forward for a long time, and my hands/arms would go numb from laying them underneath my chest. I took three breaks in total throughout the 10 hour surgery - one of them for lunch, and the other two to use the bathroom. In total, I received 1567 grafts. Of those grafts, roughly 338 were triples, another 950 were doubles, and 279 were singles. I was given Valium, some extra strength Tylenol, and Prednisone to help me through the first days of recovery. Next Day Follow-up Meeting In my follow-up meeting the next day, one of the technicians from the surgery showed me how to wash my hair for the next four days. I felt the post-operation procedures were explained to me thoroughly. Finally, I met once more with Dr. Mohebi for about 10 minutes. I told him that I had a comfortable surgery experience with minimal pain, and that I was looking forward to seeing how the results turned out, but that I was very disappointed with how much of my hair was buzzed (not trimmed), which would compromise the concealing of my hair transplant, and also that I didn't appreciate how he told me he would do the surgery but in the end his technicians did. Although I could tell he was trying to remain professional in his response, he was quite defensive. At one point, he told me "I was there for most of the procedure, you just didn't see me because your head was down." I told him I knew this wasn't true because I heard every time he entered and left the room, and that I confirmed his absence with the technicians. He looked surprised. He then told me at least he did all of my graft extractions and incisions. I told him this was also not 100% true, because the technicians told me they were continuing to do extractions for him while he was gone. He then told me it was in my best interest to not have him insert my grafts anyway, because "I am not good at graft insertion. When I try to do it, my technicians laugh at me." I believe he continued to minimize his role in selling me on a procedure that did not meet our shared understanding and agreement. Finally, he was able to say: "I'm sorry. Thank you for your feedback. I will certainly consider it in how I advertise this procedure going forward." I was calm and rational with him throughout this conversation, but I was pretty upset with the accruing dishonesty made by this man, further reinforced by his responses to me during the conversation. I made my point clear though: I was lied to about the details of the procedure. My remaining hair looks drastically different and will not provide the coverage or natural lift as an unshaven head would have provided to conceal the operation, which is what we were going for. Far fewer implanted hairs are in place, and the ones that are look out of place. He told me he would be performing the surgery. He did not mention it would be completed by technicians nor that he his involvement would be minimal, let alone that he is "not good at graft insertion." I paid $21,000 for this procedure. I could have achieved 2000-2500 grafts with Diep for the same process of a procedure (and he was honest with me about it). I believe I was sold with a bait and switch approach here, and that hurts, given how much trust, vulnerability, and investment goes into this process. Had me told me from the first consultation when I asked him my questions and said, "we may need to shave part of your hair for optimal results, and my technicians do most of the work," then I could have made a more educated choice. I'm more than sure he was aware of this. These doctors are salesmen and marketers too, not just surgeons. Having said all of this, I do look forward to seeing how the results come out. I really do. I like the hairline that Dr. Mohebi drew for me. In 12 months I am hopeful that I will feel happier with my appearance than I do today. If the results are good, which I am hopeful they may be, it will be a significant improvement to my self-esteem and long-term concerns about my hair. But it doesn't change the facts of what happened, the bait-and-switch tactics, and the enormous additional cost to have a procedure done that did not do what it said it would do or performed by who said he would perform it. The procedure itself was not painful. What is painful is that the top reason I chose this particular procedure and to pay the incredibly high cost for its specialty approach was pointless. Not to mention the emotional pain of putting my trust, vulnerability, and a high premium financial investment into a procedure that could have been replicated cheaper and with an outcome that I believe would have been more desirable. And so regardless of my final results here, which I hope are good, it won't erase the reality of what has transpired here. I believe that I had the right to have the realistic process explained to me given my questions, concerns, and priorities for having the procedure with Dr. Parsa Mohebi. I will continue to post and update on my progress over the months ahead. I have attached pictures for exhibit of what is currently advertised as a Celebrity FUE procedure on his website, along with an email exchange, and pre-op pics of my hair and now post-op pics of my hair. While it is too late to go back in time, and although l am upset and have lost more money (and potentially though hopefully not compromised my results), my hope is that for those of you reading this you will realize how important it is to ask every little detail about the procedure. Even when I asked "will you be performing the procedure?" and received an immediate and straightforward "yes," it was later minimized and defended post-op by him saying "but I was there." We need more transparency and honesty in marketing. When it's not there, one cannot help but wonder why.
  3. I have an upcoming consultation with Dr. Parsa Mohebi. I've been looking on his website but there are no pictures in the gallery section that showcase the back of the head post surgery. This seemed kind of suspicious to me - other surgeons like Dr. Diep showcase their results from all sides, so I'm wondering if there's anyone here who has any links showing these results or if they have results themselves they can share. Thank you!
  4. First, thank you to Melvin for the kind words. We are very transparent in every step of the hair transplant process. The lack of donor area photos that you want to see is nothing more than an oversight on our part. @Ikemen724, please take a look at the before and after photos we have provided for your review. Also, if you would like to see what the donor area looks like immediately after the procedure you can visit here: https://parsamohebi.com/resources/shaving-before-fue-transplant/. I hope they answer your questions. If you do have additional question, please ask them during your upcoming consultation with me. In addition, if you are comfortable letting me know your identity during our consultation, please feel free to identify yourself from this forum. I'd love the opportunity to thank you in person for pointing out the need for photos for those interested in having a hair transplant. All the best, Dr. Parsa Mohebi
  5. Hi All, I am in my late 30s, I still have my hair but have been thinning in frontal line, I would say between class II and III. I do a very good job camouflaging it with products and forward combing. My hair has been stable like this for more than 10 years (extra thinning comes in phases every decade). I have been thinking about doing something proactive about this for more than 10 years but didn't have the courage. A week ago, for no apparent reason, I decided to do that. I am just sick of the amount of products and blow-drying I do and honestly wanna more freedom in styling my hair. Well, you only live once, so why not enjoy every moment of it? Here are my criteria : Very natural modern looking results, I like tight hair lines with great packing. FUE, I am not comfortable with FUT recovery or the scar, the idea of cutting strip just doesn't appeal to me ! I don't want to wait too long for surgery Partially shaved (I am keeping my hair long in the back for that reason). No shaving of recipient area, I can comb hair forward to cover the grafts Doctor does the work himself Someone who is available to answer questions and who takes personal interest in his patients, you know, I don't want to be just a number to someone super famous! No constraints in location. Anywhere in USA/Canada is good from fiddling around, I have this list: Dr. Jae Pack from NHI (I have reading lots of his answers on realself) LA FUE Hair clinic (they have amazing instagram and YT Channel), I know that Jacques is a PA from this form. Dr. Parsa Mohebi Dr. Steven Gabel Dr. John Diep (is he really booked for one year?) I met with Dr. Pack (he estimated 1900 grafts are needed), and have meetings scheduled in few days with Dr. Mohebi and Dr. Gabel (got lucky with last minute openings in both cases). I am impressed with Dr. Mohebi, Dr. Diep and Dr. Gabel results. I have been also following Dr. Diep for a while but I heard he is booked for one year? I am still to schedule with LA FUE clinic. What other names do you guys recommend? and if you recommend a name can you please let me know why you recommend him and if you have had a personal interaction with him? Thanks
  6. This is a 34 Year old man with Class IV hair loss who received a hair transplant by Dr. Parsa Mohebi. We focused on the front and hairline area of the scalp and covered it with 2072 follicular unit grafts. FUE Hair Transplant was done with 2072 follicular unit grafts 8 month follow up Miniaturization Study (Microscopic Evaluation) Location Miniaturization Hair Line: 80 Corners: 90 Top: 50 Crown: 60 Donor Area: 10 Here is the patient's hair characteristics: Hair loss class: IV Hair color: Dark Brown Skin tone: White Hair character: Slight Wavy Hair thickness: Thick Donor density: 2.2 Scalp laxity: 1.5-2 Here is how the grafts were distributed: Hairline: 220 Front: 1852 Ones: 220 Twos: 855 Threes: 933 Fours: 64 Total: 2072
  7. This is a 54 Year old man with Class III hair loss who received a hair transplant by Dr. Parsa Mohebi. We focused on the front and corner areas of the scalp and covered it with 2004 follicular unit grafts. FUE Hair Transplant was done with 2004 follicular unit grafts 8 month follow up Miniaturization Study (Microscopic Evaluation) Location Miniaturization Hair Line: 90 Corners: 90 Top: 20 Crown: 30 Donor Area: 10 Here is the patient's hair characteristics: Hair loss class: III Hair color: Salt and Pepper Skin tone: Medium Hair character: Slight Wavy Hair thickness: Thick Donor density: 2 Scalp laxity: 2.5-3 Here is how the grafts were distributed: Hairline: 272 Front: 1400 Top: 332 Ones: 285 Twos: 946 Threes: 751 Fours: 22 Total: 2004
  8. This is a 35 Year old man with Class III hair loss who received a hair transplant by Dr. Parsa Mohebi. We focused on the front and corner areas of the scalp and covered it with 1,760 follicular unit grafts. FUE Hair Transplant was done with 1,760 follicular unit grafts 8 month follow up Miniaturization Study (Microscopic Evaluation) Location Miniaturization Hair Line: 90 Corners: 90 Top: 20 Crown: 30 Donor Area: 10 Here is the patient's hair characteristics: Hair loss class: III Hair color: Blonde Skin tone: White Hair character: Wavy Hair thickness: Thick Donor density: 2.2 Scalp laxity: None Here is how the grafts were distributed: Hairline: 230 Front: 1530 Ones: 327 Twos: 942 Threes: 447 Fours: 44 Total: 1,760
  9. This is a 29-Year old man with Class III hair loss who received a hair transplant by Dr. Parsa Mohebi. We focused on the front and corner areas of the scalp and covered it with 1,752 follicular unit grafts. FUE Hair Transplant was done with 1,752 follicular unit grafts 8-month follow up Miniaturization Study (Microscopic Evaluation) Location Miniaturization Hair Line: 70 Corners: 90 Top: 20 Crown: 20 Donor Area: 20 Here is the patient's hair characteristics: Hair loss class: III Hair color: Light Brown Skin tone: White Hair character: Slight Wavy Hair thickness: Thick Donor density: 2.2 Scalp laxity: 2.5-3 Here is how the grafts were distributed: Hairline: 234 Front: 1400 Top: 118 Ones: 288 Twos: 606 Threes: 749 Fours: 109 Total: 1,752
  10. For anyone in the San Diego area this Saturday, September 21st, Dr. Mohebi is hosting a free seminar at the Manchester Grand Hyatt starting at noon. This is the perfect opportunity to meet with one of the best in the industry and get one on one time with him to assess your hair loss and discuss what your options are for hair restoration. Come with a list of as many questions you may have and leave with tons of answers, being one step closer to making the decision that is best for you. I'll be heading down there with him from Los Angeles and it'd be great to meet some of you in person... Call the office at the number below or send them an email to RSVP... And send me a message on here that you're coming so I can keep an eye out for you. All the official details are below! With gratitude, Brent/pkipling Date: Saturday, September 21stTime: 12:00 pm to 2:00 pmAddress: Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego1 Market Place, San Diego, CA 92101Meeting Room: Bankers Hill in Seaport Tower on 3rd FloorPhone: 818.788.8363Email: info@parsamohebi.com
  11. This is a 34 Year old man with Class III-V hair loss who received a hair transplant by Dr. Parsa Mohebi. We focused on the front and corners areas of the scalp and covered it with 1846 follicular unit grafts. FUE Hair Transplant was done with 1846 follicular unit grafts 8 month follow up Miniaturization Study (Microscopic Evaluation) Location Miniaturization Hair Line: 90 Corners: 100 Top: 30 Crown: 40 Donor Area: 20 Here is the patient's hair characteristics: Hair loss class: III-V Hair color: Black Skin tone: Medium Hair character: Wavy Hair thickness: Medium Donor density: 2 Scalp laxity: >3 Here is how the grafts were distributed: Hairline: 207 Front: 1639 Ones: 228 Twos: 851 Threes: 636 Fours: 131 Total: 1846
  12. This is a 56 Year old man with Class IV hair loss who received a hair transplant by Dr. Parsa Mohebi. We focused on the front and corners areas of the scalp and covered it with 2,220 follicular unit grafts. FUE Hair Transplant was done with 2,220 follicular unit grafts 8 month follow up Miniaturization Study (Microscopic Evaluation) Location Miniaturization Hair Line: 90 Corners: 90 Top: 30 Crown: 100 Donor Area: 10 Here is the patient's hair characteristics: Hair loss class: IV Hair color: Light Brown Skin tone: White Hair character: Wavy Hair thickness: Medium Donor density: 2 Scalp laxity: 2.5-3 Here is how the grafts were distributed: Hairline: 220 Front: 2,000 Ones: 307 Twos: 1,028 Threes: 833 Fours: 52 Total: 2,220
  13. Disclaimer: I literally had my hair transplant days ago on April 9th 2019, so I don't have any Before/After photos to show just yet clearly. Down the road I am happy to post them to this thread. However, I do think that my experiences thus far are worth posting for people in my situation who are still researching and considering options. My story: I'm a 46 year old male with a balding crown. I refuse to be dragged into the land of the bald, and it's been something that I have been wanting to address for years. I decided to eschew the minoxidil/propecia route and I opted to go for something permanent. I'm American but I live and work in London. I do have family in LA, so I thought I'd look around LA to see if I could find a doctor the next time I was in town visiting the family. I did my research and in 2017 narrowed it down to Dr Parsa Mohebi and an unnamed competitor -- both highly rated on different websites, and both with very impressive resumes. I saw the latter unnamed doctor first, let's call him Doctor No. Doctor No certainly seemed impressive as my background research had suggested. Now, in addition to my balding crown, I also have a small area of scarring alopecia in a part of my forehead. Dr. No told me in my consultation that it would be no problem to address the crown and forehead issues over a day and a half of hair transplantation. Dr No also gave me a booklet of his extensive research on hair transplant techniques that he had published in academic journals. Hang on to to both of these facts for a second. To digress a bit here, I have a PhD in theoretical physics, and I am not someone who is easily impressed/intimidated by others' scientific achievements. So a folder of academic papers on hair transplant techniques is really of no use or relevance to me, other than a pure and cheap show-off tactic. I am not looking to research or learn how to do hair transplants. I am looking to have an expert do one. Whoopty-doo if he has published papers. With so many experts out there, I would almost expect nothing less. So I shelved Dr No, and a few months later on a subsequent trip to LA, I met with Dr Parsa Mohebi and this consultation had a very different flavor. Firstly, after inspecting both my bald spots he told me flat out that while the crown would be a standard process, I really didn't need to have a transplant for the small alopecia in my forehead, since I could simply cover it with other forehead hair while combing. More importantly, he wasn't certain whether hair could grow in that scar tissue, although he would be happy to take a biopsy to ascertain this. Two things about this. Here is a hair transplant surgeon sitting in a Beverly Hills office frankly recommending a cheaper and more cost-effective way to deal with one of my hair-loss areas, when any other doctor could have easily just said he would happily transplant hair to the spot, and make the extra buck(s) (per each hair graft). And it wasn't just his candor that stood out, but the fact that he didn't want me to do a needless procedure without verifying first whether it would be successful. The other unnamed doctor above seemed to have no qualms about this whatsoever. Note: I mean no disrespect to Dr. No despite my comical moniker for him. He did come across as a very competent and successful hair transplant surgeon and I am sure he is great. This is simply my personal opinion/experience. The other thing that stood out about Dr Mohebi vs Dr No: Dr Mohebi could have also wowed me with his academic research (which again would have been pointless and irrelevant from my perspective, as I already know that he is a renowned hair transplant surgeon from my background research). Instead he gave me a book that he has published -- THIS IS A MUST READ BOOK EVEN IF YOU DON'T SEE HIM -- "Modern Hair Restoration, A Complete Hair Loss Guide for Men and Women, 2nd Edition." The book is excellent and written exactly for people like me, who knew nothing about hair transplants, aside from all the myths and half-truths. He goes over all the techniques that are used (strip/FUE etc), what's involved in transplant procedures, the recovery process, etc etc etc, and written for the non-specialist and future patient. My research stage was now complete, and I was ready to take the plunge and go ahead with the procedure. And this is where I got to know and work with the team at Parsa Mohebi Hair Restoration better. Not only are they super-professional, but also super-nice and friendly. In fact, I had to cancel my initial procedure scheduled in November 2018, owing to a sudden bout of horrific influenza that hit me literally two days before my procedure. Melissa and Niki, who are part of his admin team were very accommodating and kindly worked with me to find another date in April 2019, with no extra expense on my side for the cancelation and rebooking. As far as the actual procedure went, Dr Mohebi's exhaustive (but very easy to read) book really helped with the prep. I had also spent some time watching other hair transplants on YouTube by other doctors so none of it was a real surprise. But I will say, it was much easier and more straightforward that I had expected. During the procedure, they let me listen to whatever music I wanted, and even listened to me talking nonstop (as much as I could without disturbing the procedure), and I even got to watch movies from their library, while they worked on me. Dr Mohebi's staff of technicians who assisted him on the day, Ashley, Christina, and Rizza, were very friendly, efficient, and not to mention thorough to the point of annoying in terms of the follow up, and with what I had to (and this also included all the pre-op instructions and prep I received). When I use the word "annoying" here it is meant as a *HUGE COMPLIMENT* to their thoroughness. You can tell a lot about someone from the quality of a team that they have assembled. My experiences with his technicians, and also Niki/Melissa who assisted me with the admin, speaks volumes about Dr Mohebi. The little things matter too. You have to go in on an empty stomach, but they offer you a three course tasty Persian meal (with dessert). I also appreciate that that they wash and donate the woolen blankets (that they use to cover you) to a homeless shelter. In the end they ended up using more hair grafts than they had originally estimated prior to the procedure. The tacit understanding is that I would clearly pay for any extras, however Dr Mohebi waived the extra charge. When I asked him about it afterwards, he told me that he had found two other smaller spots of scarring alopecia. Recall from above he was unsure about the suitability of a transplant for the area of scarring alopecia on my forehead. He decided to put in extra grafts in those small newly discovered areas, but not charge me because it wouldn't be fair to me if the transplants didn't last in those small areas that he himself was still unsure about. He did also perform a biopsy on the main scarred area on the forehead free-of-charge, and I am currently awaiting a pathology study on it to determine whether I can one day address that small patch with a transplant in a future visit. This story may perhaps be a bit atypical compared to some of the other threads on here, as I don't have any before/after pics, which of course is the true test of a successful hair transplant. I am after all still only on Day 4 after my procedure, and still religiously following the very thorough post-op instructions I received. However, I felt it was important to share my experience because if you are considering a hair transplant then at the very least a consultation with Dr Mohebi is well worth the investment. Incidentally, if you don't live in the LA area, note that Dr Mohebi regularly has patients from abroad and also offers travel and accommodation discounts. And finally, I am a believer in the fact that when you see a doctor for anything, the best results happen when you are working as a team with the doctor, as opposed to the doctor just doing stuff on you or to you, without you being involved in anyway. The technical term with physicians is "bedside manner" and any amount of research has shown the beneficial impacts this has -- ultimately it is your body that has to receive the treatment and "do the work" and heal and recover. The more empowered and involved you are, the better are the results and I certainly felt that way with Dr Mohebi & team. I hope this story is informative and helpful. Good luck, Batman25
  14. This is a 55 Year old man with Class VI hair loss who received a hair transplant by Dr. Parsa Mohebi. We focused on the front and crown areas of the scalp and covered it with 4,036 follicular unit grafts. FUE Hair Transplant was done with 4,036 follicular unit grafts 8 month follow up Miniaturization Study (Microscopic Evaluation) Location Miniaturization Hair Line: 90 Corners: 90 Top: 100 Crown: 100 Donor Area: 10 Here is the patient's hair characteristics: Hair loss class: VI Hair color: Salt and Pepper Skin tone: Dark Hair character: Curly Hair thickness: Fine Donor density: 1.7 Scalp laxity: 2-2.5 Here is how the grafts were distributed: Hairline: 200 Front: 1050 Top: 447 Crown: 2339 Ones: 1,231 Twos: 1,770 Threes: 865 Fours: 170 Total: 4,036
  15. This is a 32 Year old man with Class IV hair loss who received a hair transplant by Dr. Parsa Mohebi. We focused on the front and corners areas of the scalp and covered it with 2,158 follicular unit grafts. FUE Hair Transplant was done with 2,158 follicular unit grafts 8 month follow up Miniaturization Study (Microscopic Evaluation) Location Miniaturization Hair Line: 100 Corners: 100 Top: 40 Crown: 30 Donor Area: 10 Here is the patient's hair characteristics: Hair loss class: IV Hair color: Dark Brown Skin tone: Medium Hair character: Wavy Hair thickness: Thick Donor density: 2.2 Scalp laxity: 2-2.5 Here is how the grafts were distributed: Hairline: 260 Front: 1,898 Ones: 297 Twos: 804 Threes: 923 Fours: 134 Total: 2,158
  16. Head on over to Reddit to Dr. Mohebi's AMA - happening for the next hour. Parsa Mohebi Reddit AMA
  17. Today, I had the pleasure of visiting Dr. Mohebi at Parsa Mohebi Hair Restoration. I have to say that I was truly impressed with Dr. Mohebi and his staff. It is clear that his clinic and team take pride in their work and it shows in their results. It is no surprise that Dr. Mohebi is providing such excellent care to his patients given the fact that he belongs to the Coalition of Independent Hair Restoration Physicians, a group of surgeons that are carefully selected for their skill and consistent excellent patient results. I had the pleasure of witnessing Dr. Mohebi and his well-trained clinical staff perform an FUE procedure on a patient who also happened to be in the healthcare industry. The patient received 2,000 grafts that were placed strategically to maximize the illusion of density. The patient received grafts in his midscalp, left upper-lateral hump and lower crown. Since the patient combs his hair from left to right, the goal was to maximize the density in the sections that layer over the scalp. The patient returned to Dr. Mohebi and his team of expertly trained technicians because of the fantastic results he had received previously in his hairline. Dr. Mohebi, first created recipient sites, his reasoning was to minimize the time that the patients grafts spend outside of the body. After the recipient sites were created, he extracted the grafts via a 0.9mm punch using the Trivellini punch formerly known as the Mamba device. The device had a sensitive touch screen that displayed the various modes in colorful graphics. According to Dr. Mohebi, it is the only device on the market that can execute rotation, oscillation and vibration individually or combined. In addition, the Trivellini surgical punch could control the speed and time of each movement. Ensuring that the healthiest grafts are extracted. While Dr. Mohebi, extracted grafts, his technicians implanted them in tandem. It was impressive to witness such a well executed procedure being carried out with precision and efficiency. I am grateful to Dr. Mohebi and his staff for allowing me to observe them in surgery. I can without a doubt assure anyone that is interested in having a hair transplant with Dr. Mohebi, that he is performing ultra-refined follicular unit transplantation. Dr. Mohebi and his team took excellent care of their patient, ensuring that he was comfortable at all times, even bringing him his requested snack of ice cream. Thankfully, I was able to film most of the surgery, which I will be posting on YouTube soon, so stay tuned. Below are a couple of pictures of Dr. Mohebi and his team, me and Dr. Mohebi and the procedure itself.
  18. This is a 35 Year old man with Class III hair loss who received a hair transplant by Dr. Parsa Mohebi. We focused on the front and corners area of the scalp and covered it with follicular unit grafts. FUE Hair Transplant was done with 2027 follicular unit grafts 8 month follow up Miniaturization Study (Microscopic Evaluation) Location Miniaturization Hair Line: 70 Corners: 90 Top: 50 Crown: 70 Donor Area: 10 Here is the patient's hair characteristics: Hair loss class: III Hair color: Black Skin tone: Medium Hair character: Wavy Hair thickness: Thick Donor density: 1.8 Scalp laxity: 2-2.5 Here is how the grafts were distributed: Hairline: 284 Front: 1443 Top: 300 Ones: 319 Twos: 905 Threes: 679 Fours: 124 Total: 2027
  19. This is a 31 Year old man with Class III-V hair loss who received a hair transplant by Dr. Parsa Mohebi. We focused on the temporal points and crown areas of the scalp and covered it with 2,072 follicular unit grafts. FUE Hair Transplant was done with 2,072 follicular unit grafts 8-month follow up Miniaturization Study (Microscopic Evaluation) Location Miniaturization Hair Line: 90 Corners: 90 Top: 30 Crown: 80 Donor Area: 10 Here is the patient's hair characteristics: Hair loss class: III-V Hair color: Dark Brown Skin tone: White Hair character: Straight Hair thickness: Medium Donor density: 2.3 Scalp laxity: 2.5-3 Here is how the grafts were distributed: Hairline: 340 Front: 867 Crown: 115 Temple: 750 Ones: 340 Twos: 974 Threes: 629 Fours: 129 Total: 2,072
  20. This is a 54 Year old man with Class IV hair loss who received a hair transplant by Dr. Parsa Mohebi. We focused on the front and corner areas of the scalp and covered it with 2305 follicular unit grafts. FUE Hair Transplant was done with 2305 follicular unit grafts 8 month follow up Miniaturization Study (Microscopic Evaluation) Location Miniaturization Hair Line: 90 Corners: 90 Top: 80 Crown: 90 Donor Area: 10 Here is the patient's hair characteristics: Hair loss class: IV Hair color: Salt and Pepper Skin tone: Medium Hair character: Slight Wavy Hair thickness: Thick Donor density: 1.8 Scalp laxity: 2-2.5 Here is how the grafts were distributed: Hairline: 282 Front: 1,258 Crown: 765 Ones: 419 Twos: 1,018 Threes: 800 Fours: 68 Total: 2,305
  21. This is a 40 Year old man with Class III hair loss who received a hair transplant by Dr. Parsa Mohebi. We focused on the corners and temporal points and covered it with 1363 follicular unit grafts. FUT Hair Transplant was done with 1363 follicular unit grafts 8-month follow up Miniaturization Study (Microscopic Evaluation) Location Miniaturization Hair Line: 30 Corners: 40 Top: 30 Crown: 40 Donor Area: 10 Here is the patient's hair characteristics: Hair loss class: III Hair color: Light Brown Skin tone: White Hair character: Straight Hair thickness: Medium Donor density: 2 Scalp laxity: 2.5-3 Here is how the grafts were distributed: Hairline: 300 Front: 463 Temples: 600 Ones: 464 Twos: 689 Threes: 200 Fours: 10 Total: 1363
  22. Hi everyone, Have been around the forum for some time now, and have seen the pre-screened physician area, but am hoping for some advice and referrals of surgeons who have been getting good results for FUE crown procedures. I’ve already had a 2000 grafts FUE crown hair transplant in Australia but am unhappy with the results due to low density. The doctor didn’t even focus on my crown and blended way too far into my existing hairline! 2 years later and my crown is still thin. After speaking to all the main hair transplant surgeons in Australia, I have concluded they are all low quality and shady. Therefore, I’m prepared to go overseas for my next procedure. North America is convenient, and I’m impressed with gallery pictures from Dr. Parsa Mohebi as well as Hasson and Wong. I’m thinking 500-600 FUE grafts (up to 1200 hairs) at 30 grafts per cm2 with an effective crown design should give me a significantly better cosmetic outcome than what I have now? Currently my crown looks ok when viewed from front and sides but looking from top and back it still looks quite thin/bald and that’s what I’d like to fix. Being in my early 30s and not on any medication (except PRP) I’m hesitant to use too much donor area since I haven’t touched my front hairline yet. Even though my hair loss seems stable and I have good density/coverage at the front, who knows what further procedures might be needed in the future. I’ve attached photos of: The day before my first transplant The day after the first transplant (showing in yellow where in my opinion grafts are still needed at a minimum) 3 x pics of my crown now 2 years post-surgery Appreciate any comments and feedback. Thank you.
  23. I would suggest looking for Dr. Otavio Boaventura who does a lot of long hair unshaven FUE or what they call Preview long hair. My guess is that the numbers ler session are lower so might need to do a more gradual approach. I think Dr. Parsa Mohebi in LA also does them. Best of luck!
  24. This is a 41 Year old man with Class IV hair loss who received a hair transplant by Dr. Parsa Mohebi. We focused on the front and top area of the scalp and covered it with 2,014 follicular unit grafts. FUE Hair Transplant was done with 2,014 follicular unit grafts 9-month follow up Miniaturization Study (Microscopic Evaluation) Location Miniaturization Hair Line: 80 Corners: 90 Top: 50 Crown: 80 Donor Area: 10 Here is the patient's hair characteristics: Hair loss class: IV Hair color: Dark Brown Skin tone: White Hair character: Wavy Hair thickness: Thick Donor density: 2 Scalp laxity: 2-2.5 Here is how the grafts were distributed: Hairline: 272 Front: 1742 Ones: 316 Twos: 717 Threes: 775 Fours: 206 Total: 2,014
  25. Very pleased with my results. Dr. Mohebi was very thorough & detailed with information (initial researching) and later in the consultation. Bottom line: Everything Dr. Mohebi said about the procedure, the timing, the progress and the finished product came true. No surprises! Glad of that. Did a lot of research before I pulled the trigger on any doctor of this type. In the end, I chose Dr. Mohebi for his prior patient (results/reviews) and his detailed and thorough approach. Check out my before & afters. Happy.
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