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  1. 2 years post-op: 1945 follicular unit grafts transplanted consisting of 608 singles, 1206 doubles, 131 threesPRP applied intra-operatively throughout frontal recipient area and thinning top/crown.Propecia initiated 2 months prior to hair transplant.
  2. 9 months post-op - treatment focused on restoring density to the frontal third as well as temple peak enhancement1712 grafts via manual FUE consisting of 451 singles, 913 doubles, 366 threesBio adjuncts: PRP & Liposomal ATP post-op spray
  3. Hi, all. I haven’t posted here much since my last procedure in 2015, but happy to share an update with everyone about my latest surgery. As background, I had my first transplant with Dr. Robert Niedbalski in June 2012. I was a NW 2-3, and he transplanted 1,450 grafts via strip to form a lower, but still recessed, hairline. I wanted a flat hairline, so I had a subsequent procedure with Dr. Rahal in October 2015, when he transplanted 2,200 grafts, again via strip. The hairline design was great, but the right side grew in a little sparse. Nothing awful, and I could’ve gone without addressing it, but I wanted to go back to the well for a fuller hairline. I just turned 36, BTW. I've been on Avodart and Propecia for six years and essentially no longer lose hair--my loss is fully halted. I use Rogaine but discontinued before surgery per instructions. Links to thread about my earlier procedures are here: https://www.hairtransplantnetwork.com/blog/home-page.asp?WebID=2858 So, last week I drove from Seattle down to Portland for a third procedure--this time with Steve Gable. I’ve known Dr. Gabel for about five years and have really looked forward to working with him. He’s a precise, thoughtful guy, and I knew he’d be a great choice to refine my results. I left Seattle at 3am to check in at Dr. G’s clinic at 6:30. His clinic just moved to a brand-new facility, and it’s gorgeous--two ORs, a lovely lobby, and overall just a great, clean, attractive space. We sat down and discussed hairline approach, and agreed that we weren’t going to lower the hairline. I didn’t need it, and lowering it even a few millimeters would mean that I’d need to get in again to spruce up the density, and I wanted to be done. (My hair is still very dense and I want the hairline to match, so I don’t want to get stuck in a loop of chasing density in an ever-lower hairline.) We agreed 1,000 more grafts across the hairline--and concentrated in the right side--would do the trick. The procedure was very smooth. Strip excision took about 30-45 minutes and I didn’t feel any pain. Dr. G excised part of my prior scar, which ran from just inside left ear to above my right ear. He didn’t need to run all the way from end-to-end on the scar. He closed the strip with staples, which I hadn’t had before; he thought they’d do a better job at holding the tension and has had good luck with them recently. Once the wound was closed, he did the incisions--nothing eventful, and nothing painful. I didn’t bother to watch TV, but just spent the time chatting with Dr. G and his techs. If you haven’t met him, he’s a really personable, chatty guy, which was engaging during surgery. I had a Valium before surgery but didn’t feel it much, which was fine; I’m not the anxious type and was perfectly relaxed during surgery. I seemed more comfortable than my previous surgeries, but that’s probably due in part to the fact that it was fewer grafts so the sit was shorter. When we got to placing grafts, I’d estimate that Dr. G placed about 50%. He places grafts in all his procedures, and I was his only patient that day, so there wasn’t any need for him to pop out and attend to someone else. If you haven’t gone through a transplant before, it’s really disconcerting when you feel like a surgeon disengages from the procedure once the incisions are made and just turns everything over to the techs. Dr. G was omnipresent and was in the room for virtually the whole procedure. That’s not the norm. Of my three procedures, this was the smoothest and easiest. That’s no knock on Niedbalski or Rahal, but a huge compliment to Dr. G and his staff. The post-op materials were first-rate and included a calendar specialized for my surgery date so I didn’t have to count post-surgery days. That’s a nice touch that I hadn’t seen before. The recipient area was also very clean--virtually no blood or scabbing. They carefully washed it the next day and showed me how to shampoo. Great post-op hand-holding all the way, and Dr. G responded to an email same-day later in the week. Pictures are below, and obviously there’s not much to report in terms of growth. My scabs are falling off, but the recipient area is hardly noticeable because although it was shaved, I’m combing my hair forward. Hard to cover up the staples, but they’ll be out in another week. I’m definitely experiencing a lot of tightness in my donor area given that it’s been excised three times, so I’m trying especially hard to keep my head tipped back to keep tension off the scar. I’m a little concerned about a widened scar given that it’s my third strip, but I’ll keep everyone posted as that progresses. Please fire away with questions/comments; I’ll be checking in every day. Thanks! When reviewing pics, please keep in mind that the after pictures are both immediately post-op and then the next day; my hair is wet in both. Remember that the transplanted area contained both native hair AND previously transplanted hair, so the density will be much, much higher than the number of grafts you can see.
  4. This patient currently a thinning 4 ---> likley 5a pattern looking to initiate restoration for his front/hairline. Dr. Dorin's manual FUE consisted of 1160 grafts, of which 346 are singles, 64 doubles, and 203 threes.- Propecia used for stabilization- PRP an adjunct to the FUE session- Fine hair / @4000 graft donor supply
  5. I'm sitting in the very nice guest house next to Dr. Rahal's clinic recovering from a 2,123 graft strip procedure (my second) on Thursday, October 9. The entire experience has been as easy and pleasant as surgery can be, and I have nothing but positive things to say about Dr. Rahal and his staff and facility. I'll add more details in the sections below; my previous pictures, both from before and after my first procedure, are in the link below. I'm getting my immediate pre- and post-op pics from Dr. Rahal's office, as well as my graft breakdown count, this coming week. I'll update then. Hair Restoration Websites Background I had a 1,450 FUT procedure in June 2012 with Dr. Robert Niedbalski in Seattle, where I live. I was a NW II prior to the procedure and was not on a DHT inhibitor. My procedure turned out well, especially for a surgeon that's not a member of this community. However, Dr. Niedbalski barely discussed hairline design with me, and implanted a very steep V-shaped hairline that I never cared for (pics in the link above). I wanted a lower and flatter hairline, and after years of research I settled on Dr. Rahal. I also began using Proscar, Nizoral/Regenepure, and Rogaine in September 2012. (Dr. Niedbalski did not mention getting on a DHT inhibitor prior to surgery.) I decided to "upgrade" to Avodart in mid-2013, and I currently take both Proscar and Avodart. That seems redundant, I know, but there's at least one study that suggests that they complement one another and have a greater inhibitory effect when used in tandem. The medications slowed my loss dramatically, if not halted it altogether. I cannot really tell a difference between my hair now and its appearance after full growth from my first surgery. If there has been any loss, it has been extremely minor and virtually undetectable. My Experience with Dr. Rahal I did an online consultation with Dr. Rahal in mid-2014, and we settled on a 2,000 graft procedure. As I explained, I wanted to boost the density a bit from my first procedure and then flatten and reshape the hairline. I dislike the V shape, and the angulation of the grafts from the first procedure was a bit off. The grafts were placed too perpendicular to my scale and stood straight out--I couldn't comb my hair down and have it lay on my forehead. I wanted that corrected. I flew to Ottawa from Seattle two days before my procedure so I could make my pre-op appointment the day before. At my pre-op, Dr. Rahal listened to me explain my goals, then examined my donor and recipient areas. He spent about half and hour drawing and re-drawing the hairline, which I appreciated. I pushed him to work on my right temple a bit more; it has always (since I was a kid) been weaker than the left, so he spent a bit of time combing through that area and outlining where he was going to reinforce it. Once the hairline was finished, I was done for the day. On the day of the surgery, I arrived at 5:30am. Dr. Rahal had to leave that afternoon to travel, so he wanted plenty of time with me to avoid being rushed; I was his only patient for the day. The procedure was extremely straightforward; strip excision took roughly 30 minutes and was completely painless. Even the numbing process was barely a pinch. After the strip was removed, the rest of the staff left to dissect the grafts and Dr. Rahal and I chatted while he made the incisions. He has a pretty reserved demeanor that's very analytical and cautious; he doesn't project any of the arrogance or aloofness that sometimes comes with plastic surgeons. He was pretty candid with his thoughts about the industry and his practice, which I appreciated. (I'll keep those private out of respect for his candor.) I couldn't feel a thing while he made the incisions. Once he wrapped things up, a swarm of techs descended on me on started implantation while I watched a movie and listened to music. His lead tech led the entire process and kept an eagle eye on everything that was happening; she was especially watchful of the front edge of the hairline and was inspecting all the grafts placed. She's been with Dr. Rahal for a long, long time ("I'd need a calculator to tell you how long," she said), and his pickiness has clearly trickled down. I started to regain some sensation after about 90 minutes, so Dr. Rahal re-numbed me. The entire thing wrapped up by about noon. Dr. Rahal sat down with me while I ate lunch and gave me his cell phone number so I could get in touch while he was traveling. His assistants took post-op pics and went over aftercare, then gave me my care package and walked me the whopping 50 feet to the guesthouse. I had a post-op appointment the next day to go over cleaning procedures and make sure everything looked up to par. The Guesthouse Here's the best thing about going to Dr. Rahal, aside from the great work: the guesthouse. The guesthouse sits immediately next door from the clinic, so it's a whopping fifteen second commute back and forth. The house is brand new; the clinic moved last year and both the clinic and guest house were new construction). The house is a large common area (roughly 1,000 square) feet with an open kitchen, living room, and dining nook. There are five guest rooms, each with their own bathroom, that open off the common space. The fridge is stocked with breakfast food--milk, juices, eggs, etc., and there are some other things, like bread, provided. There's a fireplace, an entertainment system with Netflix, and a washer/dryer. I'll upload some pics soon, but suffice to say that it's gorgeous--really nice finishes and furniture all around. The great thing about the guesthouse is the camaraderie. There were four other guys staying there when I arrived, and we hit it off right away. They were all in various post-op stages (two FUT and two FUE), and they let me take a look at their work. They inspected me, too, and looked at my first scar. I had my first procedure locally, so I went right back home and resumed my life. But I can't imagine traveling and recovering in a hotel room in isolation, surrounded by people who'll look at you funny if you poke your head outside the room. At the guesthouse, though, you're all in the same boat, and you can socialize without feeling self conscious. We walked around the house with the grafts exposed, ordered take out together, and took walks to Starbucks to stave off cabin fever. One of the guys even stayed a few extra days because he was having such a good time. I can't recommend the guesthouse highly enough; it's a huge, huge benefit of going to Dr. Rahal. (Doesn't hurt that it's also dirt cheap.) All in all, I had a great experience. I'm following the aftercare to a T and feel pretty close to 100%, aside from the tug at the back of my scalp from the scars. I'll update regularly. The attached pics are all 1-3 days post-op.
  6. For concise background, you can check out my profile for a link to my transplant journey. I’m 6 weeks out from my latest FUT procedure with Dr. Dorin, which was my fifth with him. I’ve consistently had excellent experiences with Dr. Dorin and his staff. He’s honest, personable, and absolutely cares about his patients and providing good results. On 6/21/18, he transplanted 1660 grafts, the majority of them to my crown. He also added grafts to my hairline and a few areas behind the hairline that needed reinforcement. After this latest procedure, I’ve received about 8300 grafts total. My hope is that I get nice improvement in the crown and get the last bit of density and softness in my hairline that I wanted. Beyond that, I will wait and see what my situation is after 12 months. I’m fully aware that more crown loss will almost certainly occur, but I feel very good about my prospects to counteract that. I’m extremely fortunate to have excellent donor characteristics and I can get at least a few thousand more grafts via FUE, and there’s always beard hair to tap if things get really bad. Honestly, Dr. Dorin didn’t explicitly rule out getting more grafts via strip, but we’ll have to see. If I get very greedy, I’d probably like to save a few hundred grafts for temple points, but that’s my lowest priority. My hair obviously looks thinner now, as some native and transplanted hair was sacrificed during the procedure, but that seems to already be growing back. I’ll post some photos of that and my crown in the next few days. Otherwise, scar is healing nicely and my recipient area redness is minimal. For now, I’ve attached some morning of and immediate post op pics (a few may be out of order, but pretty obvious which is which). Fire away with questions or thoughts.
  7. Hi all, I visited Dr. Dorin last week for my 4 month visit. I’ve attached some photos that were taken at the visit. Overall, starting to see growth at the hairline and behind it and think I’m right on schedule with that. The crown probably looks about the same. I can feel some fine hairs sprouting, but I knew going into this that the crown would obviously take more time before we saw significant growth. I also had some shock loss behind my hairline, but that was expected too. Dr. Dorin said my scar was a tad wider than he’d normally achieve, but I can’t expect a miracle after 5 strips. Honestly, it looks more than fine to me and he did a great job getting as many grafts as he did and still having the scar look decent. As we mutually agreed, he won’t perform another FUT on me. We’ve reached the end of the line with that and I wouldn’t press my luck and risk a wide scar. Pending my results, any future work will be via FUE. Looking forward to the next few months!
  8. Dr. Dorin treated this patient's corner/temporal hairline erosion as well as crown thinning with 1400 grafts FUT. Follicular units consisted of 506 singles, 871 doubles, 3 triples. Bio adjuncts: PRP (applied to recipient areas & overall thinning pattern) & Liposmal ATP holding solution / post-op spray application .
  9. This patient after 3 previous strip surgeries and 1 FUE consulted with Dr. Dorin on making the most of round 5 after poor donor management and a underwhelming restoration thus far. Dr. Dorin performed a hairline session via manual FUE consisting of 888 grafts - 377 singles, 439 doubles, and 72 threes. This result is post-op 12 months.
  10. Comprehensive Review of True & Dorin, FUT 1,696. Part 1 of 3: Pre-Op What follows is a comprehensive and exhaustive review of my experience at True & Dorin. I’m organizing it into three parts. Part 1 will review everything pre-op including my first consultation and the final decision to take the plunge. Part 2 will review the day of the procedure, and the immediate follow up, post-op care. Part 3 will review the growing phase, so is yet to be published, as I am only 4 months post-op as of writing this. I hope this review will help others to make an informed decision as so many of the reviews, posts, threads and blogs on the HTN helped me to make mine. The opinions express therein, are my own and on my own volition. I have not been compensated, incentivized or encouraged in any way by T&D, the HTN or any third parties whatsoever. So here goes… In short, every aspect of my pre-op experience with True & Dorin was exceptional. I have nothing but praise for the care with which they handled my case. I have no complaints, criticisms or dissatisfaction with their practice and my experience in any way. Now for the long version… I originally heard about T&D via the HTN and a Google search around the summer of 2009. I scoured the HTN website reading about the procedure itself and doctors who performed them. I was very pleased with the format and layout, as well as the comprehensiveness of the HTN. I also, viewed other websites, but I found the HTN to be my favorite. Soon thereafter, I made an appointment with three separate HT doctors in NYC. T&D was the first clinic I went to. I managed to book a same day appointment at T&D, which I thought was just great. Plus, there is no consultation fee which, although I understand why some clinics have them, I still don’t agree with the practice. That afternoon, I went to their office in midtown. My first impression of the office was very favorable. It’s very clean, professional and respectable. If anything, I was a little worried that this was going to be way out of my budget. Anyway, after only a brief moment’s wait, I met with Eyal, the patient educator. Eyal is very friendly in a quite, professional and sincere way. There was no flattery, sweet talk or nonsense, just a sincere, earnest and knowledgeable person. Eyal explained that he would do the initial evaluation and then I would meet with Dr. True to answer any further questions. The evaluation went well. He examined my hair, answered all my questions clearly and concisely without unnecessary digressions or anecdotes. He told me about the history of HT and the industry. Then he took pictures of my hairline, examined my density, etc… Most importantly, he showed me his HT, which I thought was just great! In fact, his was the first HT that I had ever actually seen in person. I thought it looked great, really. At this point, I was all expectations. Eyal is one cool guy. After approximately 30 minutes evaluation and conversation with Eyal, Dr. True came in. I found Dr. True to be very sincere and personable. He seemed like an experienced, wise sage in the classic sense of the term. Soft spoke, understanding and attentive, I liked him dearly. He too showed me his hair transplant, which I thought looked great as well. Dr. True then proceeded to review my evaluation and discussed with me further my goals and concerns. He took his time and gave me his full attention. At not point did I feel rushed or pressured, quite the opposite in fact. I felt very at ease, comfortable and fascinated. He must have spent another 30 minutes with me which easily could have turned into an hour had I not decided to wrap things up. After explaining how everything worked and what I could realistically expect, as well as the risks, he concluded that I should take a wait and see approach. Relative to others, my hair loss was not that severe—I was somewhere around a Norwood 2 or 3. Dr. True cautioned against rushing into an HT prematurely. Also, he cautioned against my initial request of significantly lowering my hairline. He suggested that I should continue researching HT, as it was obvious that I’d only spent a couple hours online researching thus far, and that I should follow up with him in a year to see if the recession had progressed or subsided. In passing, he mentioned that where it stood at that day, he would recommend 1,000-1,300 grafts in the temporal area and hairline, which would almost restore my hairline to it’s original position by bringing it down about 1.0-1.5 cm. It’s important to understand that I have always had a high hairline or a big forehead, depending on how you look at it. So when my hair receded just 2cm in the hairline and 3.0-3.5cm in the temporal area, it looked like I was definitely going bald. It looked bad! In fact, because my hairline had always naturally been so high, even as a teenager, girlfriends of mine would mention that it looked like my hairline was receding. Hence, I have always worn my hair forward to cover my hairline and forehead. Now at age 28, I had a proper widow’s peak. I had to grow my hair out especially long to cover over the loss. It was beginning to look pretty obvious. However, I was instructed wait a year to see if the recession progressed, because at age 28 it was still too early for an accurate prediction for future loss. At no point did Dr. True attempt to sell me on an HT. In no way did I ever feel pressured or browbeaten. He did not attempt to paint a rosy picture of a better life for me after an HT, nor did he attempt to fear monger. Further, he commented on what a good head of hair I already had and how an HT for me was not an imminent necessity. I actually left his office feeling better than when I had entered. I was impressed with the man, his facility and staff. I later went to two other HT doctors in NYC. To say the least, my experience at the other two HT clinics did not even compare to experience with Dr. True. They were immediately disregarded. Thus almost a year went by where I dabbled online, causally researching, learning and reading about HT. My hair did continue to recede but only slightly. By the summer of 2010, I felt like I was ready to pull the trigger. The only question was, where to do it. You see, I didn’t feel like only three consultations was really doing my due diligence. If I were going to go through with this, I was going to do it right. I wasn’t going to cut any corners because the risks are just too great. I have seen bad results. Even though I loved what I saw at T&D, I hadn’t made up my mind because I didn’t feel like I was qualified to make an informed decision yet. So then I got back on the HTN and really got to work. I read everything I could but always found the discussion forum to be the best resource. I wrote emails, talked on the phone and viewed case profiles of hundreds of former HT clients. Thank god for a resource like the HTN and the dedicated members. Without it, I could never had made the decision to go through with the HT. I’m so glad I did now though. Anyway, I did another in person consultation in NYC at a different HT clinic and five more online and phone consultations with other reputable clinics. I was definitely willing to travel to be with the doctor of my choice. The other consultations went well enough. I don’t have any complaints nor were there any major red flags for the most part. However, in my opinion, none compared to my first experience at T&D. So I went back to T&D for a follow up consultation. It had been over a year since my first visit there. In that year, I was never contacted or solicited by T&D in any way, shape or form. This was a huge plus for me. I don’t like unsolicited advertisements. I view such practices as acts of desperation. I believe that when you’re really good at something, business will flock to you naturally. Funny thing, to this day I still get a phone call and email every two weeks from Nuhart Clinic even though I asked them to stop calling me. Go figure! At my follow up visit a year later, I met Eyal again. I grilled him with my newfound knowledge of HT and found him a welcome source of information and experience yet again. Then I spoke with Dr. True again who this time made clear that if he had his druthers, he would definitely recommend the full 1,300 grafts. In the past year, my recession had become a little more apparent, though it seemed to have abated. I was glad to hear that he recommended the full 1,300. After all, I didn’t want to be too conservative. Also, most importantly, his recommendation of 1,300 grafts was still the lowest of all the previous estimations from other HT doctors with whom I had consulted. Other doctor quotes ranged from 1,500-2,700! This really hit home with me. Clearly, he wasn’t trying to upsell me. Clearly, he was erring on the side of caution. I felt like I could trust him. To me, Dr. True’s integrity really shined! Here’s a funny anecdote… while I was at a consultation with another HT doctor, the patient educator asked me who else I had seen. I told him about Dr. True and how many grafts he recommended and the price. The patient educator told me that Dr. True was one of only two doctors that he would recommend in NYC and that I would definitely be in good hands if I went with him. However, just to clarify, I do not want to insinuate that the other HT doctors with whom I consulted were lesser doctors, unethical, deceptive or misleading in any way. I don’t believe they were any of those things. For this reason, I will not mention their names. My review would be remiss if I neglected mentioning my experience with other clinics. I just want to focus on T&D and how I came to chose them. So by September of 2010, I had narrowed my search down to two clinics. True & Dorin in NYC and another clinic. Everyone I spoke to had nothing but good things to say about both clinics. Tuff decision then. So I decided to go back to T&D and meet with Dr. Dorin, just to see what happened because up until that point, I had only been in contact with Dr. True. I was welcomed back, of course. I told Eyal how I wanted to consult with Dr. Dorin this time, just to get a better picture of their operation. He totally understood and didn't question my request at all. So I met with Dr. Dorin with whom I explained everything all over again and where I was in terms of making a decision on whom to go with. He talked with me and explained his idea for achieving my goals. Dr. Dorin turns out to be a great guy too. He’s full of energy and charisma, passionate yet professional, and well spoken. I’m certain he could effortlessly beat me in arm wrestling too—the guy is in great shape. He showed me his HT too, it looked perfect as expected. Dr. Dorin, Dr. True, Eyal and Peter all have undetectable, flawless hair transplants. I simply could not tell that it was an HT with any of them, and I gave them a good inspection. I actually felt kind of bad staring at their hairline but I imagine they get that a lot. What better way to advertise your work? I was pleased to hear that Dr. Dorin actually wanted to be slightly more aggressive with my hairline than his partner Dr. True. He said he wanted to up it closer to 1,500-1,600 based on my goals. I admit that I was under the spell of the “dense packing rage” that is pervasive on the HTN—deep down inside, I wanted to go up to 1,800 and I told him as much. Now some people may view this minor discrepancy of opinion between Dr. True and Dr. Dorin differently than I do; however, I will say that I viewed it as a positive thing. To me, it shows independence. Even though they are partners, they’re not going to just spill out the same opinion. They think and act independently of each other. I respect this. I don’t respect conformity and uniformity in such matters. I want a man’s honest opinion. In fact, it makes me trust them even more. Ultimately, it was my choice whether I wanted 1,300 grafts or 2,500! So that is what basically sealed the deal for me with T&D. It was nothing against the other clinic which commands a very respectable reputation. Fortunately for me, T&D is much more convenient, a cab ride away whereas the other clinic required a long flight. Also, T&D was much more affordable. In NY, there are no state or federal taxes on medical procedures. So I saved big in comparison with my other option. One thing I noticed about T&D, which I do believe is necessary when considering an HT, is their prices. T&D commands one of the best reputations among HT clinics while maintaining some of the most competitive pricing as well. I assume it is because having two doctors cuts out a lot on overhead. However, as anyone who has ever lived in NYC knows, a midtown office the size and quality of T&D doesn’t come cheap. It’s really impressive to say the least. It looks like at HT clinic should look. As for my decision to choose Dr. Dorin over Dr. True, it was basically made for me. At this point, I just wanted to take the plunge and get the HT done. So I consulted with Eyal who told me that Dr. Dorin had an opening a week earlier than Dr. True. If I have to go back for a second pass, then I will apply the same criteria. Whoever is available soonest will do my work—unless of course, in so doing, I’m breaking some sort of rule of etiquette. That is the only reason I chose Dr. Dorin over Dr. True: Dr. Dorin had an earlier opening. If Dr. True had been available sooner than Dr. Dorin, then I would have went with Dr. True. By this point, I felt either of them would be great so it was only a matter of who could do it first. I was excited and anxious to get it over with. I wish I had some cool story to tell you about how one impressed me more than the other, but it really wasn’t like that. They’re both pretty sharp fellows. I felt completely comfortable with either one of them. The two weeks preceding the HT were torture because that was when I was at my most obsessive point spending hours each day on the HTN. Every time I came across someone with a bad experience regardless of the clinic and doctor, I had doubts. This is to be expected though. It really is a big decision. Luckily, I had developed enough of a social network on the HTN that whenever I had a doubt, there was always someone there to allay my worries. Eyal and Peter, the other patient educator, as well as Dr. Dorin were all there to address my last-minute concerns and questions. I even went in for one last consultation just to finalize everything and make sure everyone was on the same page. I felt a little guilty for being high-maintenance, but I had to feel comfortable, otherwise I would never have gone through with it. All the preliminary logistics of getting my prescriptions filled, paperwork completed, bill settled and personal preparation for the HT were all handled seamlessly and efficiently with the help of Eyal and Peter. At no point were there any miscommunications, setbacks or obstacles. It went very smooth. I showed up early on October 18th excited and eager to have my first HT. I felt completely confident in my doctor and his staff, as well as in my decision to chose T&D. I knew exactly what to expect and was pleasantly surprised how smooth it all went. In conclusion, my pre-op experience was exceptional. I have nothing but praise for True & Dorin. I would recommend them to others without reservation. In fact, I already have to several friends of mine. I wish I had something to criticize about T&D as I feel it would lend more credibility to my review. I really do believe that nobody is above criticism; however, I really don’t have any complaints in my pre-op experience, which is probably the reason I chose T&D. I mean, there were definitely some things I didn’t like about some of the other clinics I consulted with. T&D just did everything so well. Their entire operation is just so seamless, professional, well planned and well executed, which are exactly the qualities I was looking for in an HT clinic. This concludes my review of my pre-HT experience at T&D. If you have any questions or need clarification on anything, don’t hesitate to ask. I hope you find it helpful and useful in making your own decision. I will address the actual procedure itself, as well as the immediate follow up in part 2 of my review. In October of 2011, I will post part 3 of the review which will consist of my experience in the 11 months post-op / growth period, as well as my satisfaction with the HT final result. Until then, I got a lot of growing to do... Corvettester February 20th, 2011 NYC
  11. Big improvement for such a conservative amount of grafts. Keep up the great work Dr. Dorin.
  12. Dr. Dorin performed this hairline restoration via FUT.A total of 3329 grafts transplanted in two session consisting of 886 singles, 2162 doubles, and 281 threes. PRP and Liposomal ATP spray used as bio-adjuncts.
  13. Hello everyone, Today is the 2 month anniversary of my 1700 FUE with Dr. Konior on October 19th. I've been a long time lurker of these forums and not much of a participant, but I've been researching hair transplants for years ever since I started to lose my hair back when I was about 20 years old. This year, I finally decided to pull the trigger. Background I first started losing my hair at age 20. This was very stressful and a huge hit to my self confidence, and I started doing everything I could to combat the loss. Unfortunately I had read far too much about negative side effects from Propecia and did not start it right away (huge mistake that I still regret). Instead, I used methods with very low effectiveness such as the laser comb and Nioxin. 4 years later, with my hair loss getting worse, I finally decided to see a dermatologist to talk about Propecia and he greatly eased my concerns about the drug. Told me that the vast majority of his patients have zero side effects, and that I should start immediately. I ordered generic finasteride online and started it right away along with Rogaine foam and 2x / week Nizoral. Within just a month, I noticed tons of new hairs coming back. A year later, I recovered more than 50% of what I lost, and at the time I was ecstatic. Since then, my hair loss has remained mostly stable, and I honestly can't tell if I've lost any more hair over the past 10 years. But I was still very much bothered by having a see-through hairline, and because of a bald spot in the front center of my head that never recovered, I always had to comb my hair to the center as a mini combover to cover the loss (pic below). Choosing Dr. Konior Like I said, I've been on this forum for years, and I have not seen a single bad result from Dr. Konior, or any unhappy patients. Also, I had emailed Dr. Konior 4 years ago for a virtual consultation, and he was by far the most communicative and thorough in his responses to me. I had also considered Dr. Erdogan, Dr. Bisanga, Dr. Dorin, and Dr. Wesley. This year, I decided it was time book a procedure. I had the money saved up and I was completely ready to go. Dr. Konior had been concerned about the quality of my donor area in the initial consultation via email. I had taken photos in very bright light and in the photos my donor area looked sparse. To make sure this wasn't an issue, I took a day trip to Chicago just to meet with Dr. Konior and have a proper in-person consultation earlier this summer. I was told that I was a good candidate and that I would need somewhere between 1000-2000 grafts to recreate the hairline and densify the frontal region. During this consultation, my decision to go with Dr. Konior was solidified. He was direct, upfront, extremely knowledgeable, and very detail-oriented. If I had to choose one word to describe him, I would say "perfectionist". I was originally booked for May 2019, but luckily a cancelation came up and I was able to get a spot for much earlier. The Day Of The Operation Long story short, having an operation with Dr. Konior and his staff was honestly the best medical experience I've ever had. Everyone was so professional, meticulous, and kind throughout the whole day - and for the 2 days of follow-up - that I was completely blown away. I won't get into all of the details (unless anybody has specific questions) but one thing that immediately impressed me was that Dr. Konior must have spent an hour just drawing and redesigning my hairline until he thought it was absolutely perfect. Like I said, perfectionist. I sat there still and quiet just letting the master do his work. When I finally got a mirror and was able to see the line he drew, I was thrilled. It was EXACTLY what I wanted, a slightly lower hairline, drawn naturally, with a bit filled in at the temples. It was a very, very long day. I arrived at the office at 6am and I didn't get back to the Comfort Suites hotel until around 10:30pm. It was virtually pain free and even the numbing injections didn't really bother me. The hardest part was having to sit still for long periods of time, as it was tough to find a comfortable position. After some trial and error, I figured out what worked for me and the rest was pretty easy. The First 2 Months Aside from the embarrassment of walking through the airport looking like a mutant, and constantly worrying about hitting my head on something, the first couple weeks of post-op care was pretty easy overall. Dr. Konior's instructions were very well laid out and I didn't really have any issues aside from some general anxiety about losing / damaging grafts. The one thing that is more difficult than I anticipated, even after being a member of this forum for years, is the ugly duckling phase. Most of the grafts shed by Week 3 and I also had some shock loss in the recipient area, leaving me with a very awkward, uneven look which you can see in my photos. I've been in hiding from most of my friends for the last couple months and only now starting to feel more confident going out to social events, even though my hair looks worse than ever. Other than that, I'm patiently waiting for the growth to start. I think I've already seen some sprouts here and there, but nothing substantial at all, and of course it's far too early for that anyway. I'm just happy that at this point, since my native hair is getting longer each week, I'm looking less like a freak and more like a guy with bad frontal loss. Photos This is what I know most people want to see, and I've been taking photos regularly since the operation to keep track of my progress. The photos are presented in the following order: - Pre-op dry - Pre-op wet - Pre-op in sunlight - Pre-op at an angle - Pre-op combover - Night of operation - Day 1 - Day 1 donor area - Week 1 - Week 2 - Week 3 (notice the shedding!) - Week 4 - Week 4 donor (very happy with how undetectable this looks at this length) - Month 2 In my last pic, the one from today, the whole top of my head was trimmed by my barber to try to even it out and match it with the thinness in the front of my head. Normally that area looks a lot thicker. Well, that's all for now! Special thanks to everyone on this forum, but particularly guys like Spanker, 1978matt, and Reyes1 who posted extensively about their experiences with Dr. Konior. I'm sure I am missing other Dr. Konior patients who have posted on here, and thanks to you as well, but I can't remember all the usernames. Will try to keep this thread regularly updated, and also happy to answer any questions if you have them.
  14. Angular/Traction alopecia Female patient with initial growth after 4 months
  15. Hi Bill, Yes, the seventh photo shows the crown placement. It looks like a few of the pictures are out of order. I was attaching them on my phone and had an issue for some reason. I’m going to take a few photos today that show how everything currently looks. Obviously, I still have a lot of hair so I wouldn’t quite call it the ugly ducking stage, but definitely looking forward to the next few months when growth starts. I don’t think anyone would be able to tell that I just had another procedure except for the difference between the front and crown. I had a lot of miniaturized hair in the crown so I’m sure some of that shocked out. I was ultimately okay with that. Dr. Dorin explained the risk of transplanting around that area, but we both decided that the hair there was going to continue to deteriorate and probably be gone anyway. I’m no longer on Fin and have no plans to resume because the side effects became too concerning for me. I am going to rely on my good donor supply and move forward as necessary. As I mentioned, I should at least have another few thousand grafts in the bank via FUE and would absolutely consider using beard hair to fill in part of the crown if need be.
  16. Bill - Managing Publisher

    Fifth FUT procedure in the books

    7shel, welcome to our hair restoration forum community. Thank you also for sharing a detailed account of your experience with Dr. Dorin. Looks like you were blessed with a significant amount of natural hair so clearly you didn’t need a large number of grafts to get the desired result. I’m sure your hairline will look much more refined when the results grow in. I couldn’t tell from the pictures but are any of the grafts put in there crown area? i look forward to following your progress. Best wishes, Bill
  17. Hi Melvin, Yup, attached a few. I was rapidly heading towards a NW5. Dr. Dorin has done an amazing job.
  18. Donor supply : @ 6000 grafts Hair quali;ty: medium / coarse Allocation: Front/top weighted Method: FUT
  19. Orange hair, Thanks for presenting another excellent result from Dr. Dorin. His hair looks nice and thick. Best wishes, Bill
  20. Dr. Dorin performed manual FUE consisting of 1230 follicular units transplanted for initial hairline restoration. 329 singles, 724 doubles, 176 threes. Donor supply @ 5000 grafts Fine/medium hair PRP and Liposomal ATP spray adjuncts to the procedure
  21. This is an FUT result after 4232 grafts for NW Class 6 patient. The strategy with the 2 initial FUT procedures of 2382 and 1850 respectively was to cover 2/3 of the balding pattern with transition to the crown. Patient is very pleased with the framing and coverage achieved - likely additional restoration as donor allows via FUE or FUT to add further balance to the vertex .
  22. 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 ?
  23. We get patients from time to time that prefer an extremely short hairstyle. With this in mind, I wanted to post this to show how that appears. The main concern with a shorter level is evidence of scarring on top & donor-wise. As you can see we achieve nice healing in both regions. Have to give some credit to PRP injection during surgery and liposomal ATP care. Dr. Dorin also customizes the recipient blades to accomodate each graft size ( grafts microscopically prepared) so there is no pitting or cobblestoning. For optimal volume we do recommend some length to the hair to allow for layering but it's nice for patients to have options. OH
  24. Bill - Managing Publisher

    Leg hair

    Sparky, I know that a number of hair restoration physicians recommended by our community do offer body hair transplantation however, in terms of like hair specifically, I’m not 100 cent positive. You could always check with Dr. Robert True. I know he had presented something on body hair transplantation in the past. I can’t recall specifically as to whether or not he mentioned leg hair but it certainly would be worth looking into. Are you considering a body hair transplantation procedure yourself? Is there a reason why you don’t wanna consider Dr. Umar who has an outstanding reputation for producing excellent results? Best wishes, Bill
  25. 3200 Follicular Units added to the front and top of the balding pattern 661 singles 2542 doubles 5745 hairs transplanted Propecia initiated at the time of the transplant This result is 3.5 years post-op.
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