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  1. This guy was getting his HT with Dr. Hasson on the same day I was getting mine with Dr. Wong. He ended up getting 7000+ grafts (second highest for Dr. H). His procedure lasted until 11 PM. His donor strip was 35 cm x 2.5 cm.
  2. Graphs, whoaaaaaa, another lucky bastard with stretchy skin and lotsa density, i remember him posting about his upcoming surgery and stuff asking questions and now hes done, bammm, 7046 graphs in 1 sitting on 2/20/06 with Dr. Hasson, oh yeah do a search on Iceman, i dont know why he hasnt posted here yet (this site), but his pictures are out there
  3. Gorpy, I don't see how my post is condescending but if that is how it appears then I certainly did not mean for it to be. My intent was to address the notion of the docs placing the grafts in the hairline and that they are best qualified. This may very well be the case in other clinics and there is nothing wrong with that. As a matter of fact, I don't doubt it is the case in other clinics. I was challenging the notion that this should be true as a blanket statement for all clinics. Both Dr. Wong and Dr. Hasson will be the first to say that their technicians can place grafts better than they can so I believe that when one says that the doctor should be the only one to place grafts I again respectfully disagree. The technicians, only senior staff, do this all day every day and have so for years.
  4. Dr. Shapiro, Great to see you participating on the boards. Dr. Hasson is out of town at the moment but I'll be sure to point our your questions so he can respond when he returns.
  5. Hello guys, Finally it's done!!! I have had my 2nd procedure with Dr. Wong, and words can't explain how happy I am. Everything went as I had hoped. It was an amazing experience and I am very happy with how everything turned out. Dr. Wong harvested 3522 grafts (initial plan was 3000 grafts). Placement was not exactly same as what we had planed over the phone consultation. My main goals were to balance the hairline and fill in the crown, but once Dr. Wong saw me in person he advised that we should not touch the hairline since it's already too low and it might be difficult to meet the ends if I lose more hair in the future. So we started working about half cm behind the hairline (see the pictures). Also he advised not to be very aggresive on the crown, but he put enough to cover the thin areas. So the final breakdown was --- 800 singles in the frontal hair line zone (1 inch in from the hairline), about 800 grafts on crown, and rest on top. I think this should give me pretty good coverage to hide the thinning. He said that he can harvest another 2500-3000 more grafts in the future if I ever need to go back. Also, on the same day I was having the procedure, there was this other fellow who posts on different forum - I think his forum name is iceman. He was having procedure with Dr. Hasson and he ended up getting 7000+ grafts!! Anyway, Dr. H & W do amazing work, their staff was extremely knowledgable and ofcourse we all know how supportive Joe and Doug are. Thanks everyone at Hasson & Wong. KG
  6. Dr. Shapiro, Many thanks for your kind words regarding the work that we perform at H&W. Coming from you we could not receive any better compliment. All, It is really rewarding to see a physician of the stature of Ron Shapiro starting to adopt our philosophy in hair restoration surgery. Hopefully other physicians will follow Dr. Shapiro's lead and that one day large sessions of ultra refined follicular unit transplantation will become the standard of care in our specialty. I'm certain that Dr. Shapiro's continued involvement on these forums will provide much new insight and depth to the online discussions. Victor Hasson MD
  7. Gfunk, I would recommend consulting with Drs. Jeffrey Epstein, Robert Bernstein, Ron Shapiro, and Hasson and Wong. They are all very skilled at doing repairs. I have also heard that Dr. James Vogel and Dr. Jack Fisher are also very skilled at doing repairs. GuitarPlayer
  8. Energize, In your general vicinity, I would recommend checking out Dr. Keene in Tucson, and Drs. Hasson and Wong in Vancouver. These doctors all have a reputation for doing outstanding work. I believe all of these docs offer online consults as well. Good luck in your search. GuitarPlayer
  9. Dr. Hasson really hit this one out of the park. If this guy has so much more donor hair available, perhaps he'd like to donate some to the rest of us poor slobs with only average donor. LOL
  10. Some of you have heard of this case while in our office. Others may have heard the rumor. Well, here it is. 7180 grafts in one session. His donor density was above average. His laxity was excellent. Obviously it played to his favor.
  11. Super8mm, Dr. Stow seems to be fairly well known amongst physicians. However, I can't recall ever hearing much about him or his work on this forum. I suggest you consult with Dr. Gabel in Portland and or also Hasson and Wong who do surgery in Vancouver, Canada. To learn more about both of these recommended clinics, click here.
  12. Thanks again GuitarPlayer....it's truely a huge compliment to be put in the category of Futzy. But, the kudos have to be passed along to Dr.Hasson and Staff...they are the reason for such results.
  13. Over at the other forum, no disrespect to Pat and this forum but it took me forever to figure it out over there and i havent even tried here yet, anyway this is a duplicate post i put up over there. Check them out and form your own opinion on my first surgery with Dr. Ron Shapiro, when i look at them now i think he did me VERY well, ive come along way so far and ive got a way to go but hey thats why im here posting and sharing instead of drinking and joking with my other friends, today i went to Shapiros clinic to get these pics and met Dr Haber & Dr. Paul Rose, they all checked out my surgery from Dr. Hasson and commented that the work was excellent and i was going to look great, Dr. Shapiro also commented that i had more donor left, F@CK YEAH today was a good day!!!!!!!. Im trying to share this so that anyone with recession as bad as mine was can have hope of letting it grow out and not having to shave to a #1 every 2 frickin days. Another thing is yeah i know im one UGLY MOFO but soon my hair might cover my face hahahaha, and it hasnt effected my success much because i got a great woman, make good money and overall not depressed about this shit, i just have the power to change it now and im gonna use it. Thanks for following so far and i will try to update my progress, oh yeah my girl took out my staples yesterday, yeah it stung like a beotch Sincerely, Mudpuppy
  14. You are going to be totally happy with your results I am, I have had two sessions with DR. HASSON 1760 midscalp and 1420 in the crown.I cannot believe I have a full head of hair again.Icannot thank DR. HaSSON enough, he truly performs miracles.
  15. Good luck with your procedure. You should have a great result with Dr. Hasson. He has an excellent reputation for providing superior results.
  16. Hey everybody. I have been enjoying reading all of your posts and seeing your photos. Thanks so much for sharing. Attached is a recent wet head photo. These forums are the most valuable part of my research. I was scheduled with whom I thought was the best HT surgeon - and he was local -until I stumbled apon this forum and elevated my awareness tremendously. I fly out to Vancouver one week from today and am scheduled for 3,500 grafts with Dr. Hasson. Today is my 49th birthday and I am SO excited about next week. Woohooo! dadpool
  17. Hey everybody. I have been enjoying reading all of your posts and seeing your photos. Thanks so much for sharing. Attached is a recent wet head photo. These forums are the most valuable part of my research. I was scheduled with whom I thought was the best HT surgeon - and he was local -until I stumbled apon this forum and elevated my awareness tremendously. I fly out to Vancouver one week from today and am scheduled for 3,500 grafts with Dr. Hasson. Today is my 49th birthday and I am SO excited about next week. Woohooo! dadpool
  18. Hello, im 8 days today 3297 graphs from Dr. Hasson, today i was more aggressive with my shampooing still not putting my head under the spray though, im using a small bucket still, a circular motion (small circles) more aggressive and working the shampoo in, a couple hours after it dried i did the same small circles to get rid of scabs and dry skin, it worked great and at 8 days i feel confident the graphs are in solid, yesterday i rubbed aloe vera (no alcohol) all over my graphs and my staples, just soaked it in, it felt great but you gotta be careful because it dries real sticky. Dr. Hassons office doesnt use the spray anymore he said just wash it and keep it clean, i still mixed up my own spray bottle of Aloe and water it just feels to good not to spray down the graphs, Doc said thats fine. At day 9 and after i will be more aggressive at removing scabs and dead skin but never using my fingernails to pick at it. Today my donor area is a bit irritated and sore but my recipient area feels fine
  19. Had a great conversation with Dr. Ron Shapiro, i didnt have an appt. but the Doc made time for me and he was pretty busy, he made sure EVERYTHING was ok with me, we discussed all of my concerns and why i went to Dr. Hasson for my 2nd procedure, in my opinion it was all just a misunderstanding and Dr. Shapiro is a real "GEM" of a person, he looked at Dr. Hassons work and said it was fantastic, he explained to me in detail about my particular case and why he took the approach he did, after seeing my before photos and where i started---WOW, the amazing thing is im only 10.5 months from my first session and i have 5820 graphs from Dr. Ron Shapiro and Dr. Hasson--WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO, im feeling very fortunate about that, There is no bad vibes between these two clinics both Docs speak highly of the other one. I gave Doc Shapiro the following feedback and he agreed, if i would have had my before photos to compare his procedure i could have seen a way better picture of things and where i was at, Dr. Hassons office gave me a disc of my pics before i went home, i told Dr. Shapiro they could use more of an internet presence like a "Jotronic" (respectfully) to represent his work online and present some larger cases, Doc agreed but said its a fine line to walk on the internet and not get involved in the B.S. that takes place sometime. Overall i feel really good about everything and i believe everything happens for a reason wich led me to start with the Great Dr. Shapiro and then led me to the great Dr. Hasson. Im waiting for Dr. Shapiro to E-mail me my photos of where it began, then you can form your own opinions Sincerely, Mudpuppy
  20. Had a great conversation with Dr. Ron Shapiro, i didnt have an appt. but the Doc made time for me and he was pretty busy, he made sure EVERYTHING was ok with me, we discussed all of my concerns and why i went to Dr. Hasson for my 2nd procedure, in my opinion it was all just a misunderstanding and Dr. Shapiro is a real "GEM" of a person, he looked at Dr. Hassons work and said it was fantastic, he explained to me in detail about my particular case and why he took the approach he did, after seeing my before photos and where i started---WOW, the amazing thing is im only 10.5 months from my first session and i have 5820 graphs from Dr. Ron Shapiro and Dr. Hasson--WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO, im feeling very fortunate about that, There is no bad vibes between these two clinics both Docs speak highly of the other one. I gave Doc Shapiro the following feedback and he agreed, if i would have had my before photos to compare his procedure i could have seen a way better picture of things and where i was at, Dr. Hassons office gave me a disc of my pics before i went home, i told Dr. Shapiro they could use more of an internet presence like a "Jotronic" (respectfully) to represent his work online and present some larger cases, Doc agreed but said its a fine line to walk on the internet and not get involved in the B.S. that takes place sometime. Overall i feel really good about everything and i believe everything happens for a reason wich led me to start with the Great Dr. Shapiro and then led me to the great Dr. Hasson. Im waiting for Dr. Shapiro to E-mail me my photos of where it began, then you can form your own opinions Sincerely, Mudpuppy
  21. PerfectFew, Welcome to our community. I'm glad to hear it has been useful for you. I have visited Seattle on at least two occasions in the hope of finding a clinic in Seattle worth recommending on this community. In my opinion there are none. I strongly suggest you do yourself a big favor and consult with Hasson and Wong before making any commitments. Their consultant in Seattle, Mike Ferko, will provide you with a wealth of educational information and plenty of patients to meet with in person. Their surgeries are performed in Vancouver, Canada and their results are outstandinng. For contact info, click here. I suggest you search this forum and or other hair loss forums to learn more about both Dr. Hasson and Dr. Wong and any other physician you may be considering. On this forum click on "Find" and enter the physician's last name. I think you will be very glad you did your home work and kept looking to find a real gem in the rough. Best wishes for a great hair tranplant.
  22. Thanks to everyone for their excellent and thoughtful input regarding this truly cutting edge topic. I'd like to add a little historical perspective to this discussion. The story of hair transplantation over the past ten years has been the evolution toward much larger numbers of smaller grafts. The benefits for patients have been excellent ??“ faster healing, greater coverage and density and undetectable naturalness even after only one session. But while the newest follicular unit techniques were almost universally embraced by educated patients - not all physicians embraced these changes. Performing large sessions of microscopically prepared grafts, while easier on the patient, was harder on the clinic. Some physicians resisted and made arguments against the follicular unit grafting that was emerging as the new "Gold Standard" in hair transplantation. Their two chief arguments were ??“ 1) That mega sessions of 1,200 to 1,500 follicular unit grafts were too large and would over tax the scalp's vascular system and thus not all grafts would grow. 2) That the smaller and more refined 1, 2, 3 and 4 hair follicular unit grafts would not be able to create the appearance of density. Today, with the evidence of thousands of cases of follicular unit mega sessions, such arguments appear almost reactionary. Perhaps early on such skepticism was merited. But once the overwhelming evidence in favor of follicular unit mega sessions was evident those who clung to such arguments lacked credibility. To debunk these two chief arguments against follicular unit grafting Dr. Rassman in the mid 1990's brought over twenty of his mega session patients to one of the annual International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS) meetings. Many found the impressive results to be clear evidence that large sessions could yield both impressive growth and density. To the skeptics Dr. Rassman said that "Those who don't believe it can be done should not stand in the way of those doing it everyday". Now ten years later the follicular unit procedure has evolved to an ultra refined level and yesterday's 1,200 to 1,500 graft mega session is today's minimum size session. Once again the evidence is in and during the 2004 ISHRS meeting in Vancouver the overwhelming evidence filled a huge room ??“ compliments of Hasson and Wong and their patients. Dr. Hasson and Dr. Wong could have borrowed Dr. Rassman's words in saying - "Those who don't believe it can be done should not stand in the way of those doing it everyday". But skepticism remains. Today some skeptics argue in favor of not moving beyond the standard follicular unit procedure that they argued against embracing years ago. Today some skeptics are concerned that the large size of the sessions (many now in excess of 4,000 follicular unit grafts) are too large and will over tax the scalp's vascular system and thus a smaller percentage of grafts will grow. However, given the much smaller blades and minimal depth incisions now used in these giant sessions proponents can argue that the overall trauma to the scalp's vascular structure is no greater than the smaller sessions using larger blades and more invasive incisions. While some argue that giant sessions may mask potentially lower rates of growth, the impressive end results produced by Hasson and Wong and others physicians performing dense packing over the years lead me to believe that their ultra refined techniques enable patients to achieve excellent growth rates ??“ even with huge sessions. A second concern is that the amount of donor tissue removed in one session to yield such high graft counts may increase the risk of donor scarring to an unacceptable level. I think this issue will be actively debated by patients and physicians over this coming year and beyond. Ultimately the results will provide the evidence needed to resolve this issue. In my opinion, the debate about what is optimal is not between standard follicular unit grafting and ultra refined follicular unit grafting in excess of 4,000 grafts. The real debate is how large should an ultra refined follicular unit session be ??“ 3,000 grafts? 4,000 grafts?, 5,000 grafts? or even 6,000 grafts? Much like they embraced standard follicular unit grafting in the nineties, patients have now enthusiastically embraced Ultra Refined Follicular Unit Hair Transplantation and the clinics that are performing. For the patient the choice between standard follicular unit grafting and ultra refined follicular unit grafting is the proverbial "no brainer". I find it very encouraging that many leading physicians have also embraced recent evolutions in follicular unit grafting and now are using ultra refined techniques that enable them to provide patients with high density "one pass" sessions when appropriate. Many of these surgeons have also expanded their capability so that they can do much larger sessions when it is appropriate for the patient. Thus a patient who is an excellent candidate for 3,500 grafts can do this in one session rather than two sessions of 1,750. In my opinion the ability to perform Ultra Refined Follicular Unit Hair Transplantation with sessions of over 3,000 grafts is the new "Gold Standard" in hair transplantation. Standard follicular unit grafting just isn't the optimal procedure from the patient's point of view. The bar for true excellence has moved higher and dedicated physicians need to stretch to remain at the cutting edge. That is why having the capability to perform large sessions of Ultra Refined Follicular Unit Hair Transplantation has been required of all members of the Coalition of Independent Hair Restoration Physicians since March of last year. Many members of the Coalition currently believe that most patients with average density and scalp elasticity typically should not exceed 3,500 to 4,000 grafts in one session. However, for ideal candidates many Coalition members have done sessions in excess of 4,000 grafts, with Hasson and Wong doing cases as large as 6,000 grafts. Those physicians who master large sessions of Ultra Refined Follicular Unit Hair Transplantation will be rewarded as knowledgeable patients seek them out. Those who are unwilling or unable to step up and provide such a cutting edge procedure will be left wondering why patients are traveling out of their area to get hair transplantation. In my opinion, hair restoration web communities and the patients who make them live and breath, will act as a positive catalyst in this evolutionary process. It's also great to see cutting edge clinics like the Shapiro Medical Group, the Charles Medical Group and Hasson and Wong opening their clinic doors to other physicians by hosting the Coalition Surgical Workshops. Clearly they value improving the work of their entire profession over trying to maintain "competitive advantage". The next Coalition Surgical Workshop will be hosted this coming August in Vancouver by Hasson and Wong. I know that interest in their work is very high and this event will be very well attended.
  23. gfunk, I would suggest sending your pics to several different doctors and they will set up phone consultations. For starters, I would try Hasson & Wong, Feller & Cole. It's hard for me to say what to do. I'll leave that to the experts, but here's a few scenarios that I've seen take place with othere patients: 1. If you have sufficient donor hair, the doc can do another strip procedure. Hopefully he can remove your old scar(s) and then use the new grafts to fill in the gaps and do any camoflauging that's neccessary. Then you can be fixed front & back. When I had my strip procedure done with Dr. Hasson, he 40 of the grafts and placed them into one of my old scars. It did the trick and broke it up.I know you said you weren't worried about the back, but I would check every option while your're at it. 2. You go the FUE/FIT route and have some of the old mini's removed if they're a little pluggy looking. they can then be re-distributed but i believe the survival rate of the graft goes down once it's changed locations again. I had some bad work done before and was repair patient, so I know how you feel. Hang in there, take your time and do your homework. You can't afford to have any more bad work, so make this one count. Keep us posted. Good luck.
  24. Dr. Hasson, The video of your patient with the tricho technique used was incredible. Do you feel this technique is "as effective" for revision cases? Thanks, GuitarPlayer
  25. Dr. Hasson, Thank You for taking the time to answer the questions raised by myself and others, and for expressing your views here. Myself and many others have been astounded by the results yourself and Dr. Wong have produced in the past years. I can appreciate not settling for the "standard" and truly pushing the limits of science and technology. In regards to the timeline, what I meant was the ability to view patients that have undergone 2 larger sessions versus the "one pass" techniques employed by you and Dr. Wong, coupled with other clinics raising the bar to include larger sessions. Of course, I am referring to patients like myself; those who plan to do 3000+ sessions consecutively, and who benefit from the Frechet/Tricho closure methods that your practice and other "top" clinics now use. (my strip at 1.25cm x 27cm long yielded 3100, so a 2cm strip of the same size would have yielded 4300+ with ease) I am aware of your tremendous success as I have combed (no pun intended ), through the photos of your patients with great relish. I think we might be arguing too fine a point, and it may be moot, but philosophically a difference exists. That might be that many doctors cannot physically or mentally perform such sessions, they are unwilling to provide the equipment or staff necessary as well, or simply do not agree with sessions of that size. If that is the case, they will either step up to providing larger sessions, (3000 to 4000), or fall by the wayside. Regardless, your results are amazing, period. I think I would enjoy a conversation or two over a pint, should the occasion present itself. Thank You again, and continued success.
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