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  1. Thank you for the compliment. Dr.Hasson stated that the frontal zone was transplanted at 40-50 FU per cm at the densest points. Best of luck to you and I'm sure you'll get great results!
  2. Bobman, Did Dr. Hasson tell you how many grafts he thinks you have left? Perhaps you may be joining the 10,000 Graft Club. GuitarPlayer
  3. Hey Guys.... I like to consider myself an objective person, someone who can view both sides of an argument without bias. With that said, I have some comments here. IAHRS does not guarantee sucess for patients, nor will it ever. Hairtransplant doctors make enormous amounts of money (justifiably if they work the miracles they say they can) so one would have to say any "exclusive" membership can be bought into.(nature of the beast) Second, Hairworthy is simply raising a question as to the philosophy and CURRENT practices of Alvi Armani & co. Nothing in "Alvi Armani's" response to Hairworthy leads me to believe they truly care to inform those of us who are "mis-informed" about their practices. Third, it has LONG been noted that Alvi Armani placed low hairlines on younger patients. FACT. Fourth, I would imagine that quite a few of the "top docs" could push the envelope and dense pack up to 80cm/2 and harvest 5000-6000 grafts should they choose to do so. I guess the question shouldn't be "can they", but "why aren't they". True, some doctors choose not to pursue high graft yield as a more cost effective approach, but those doctors are becoming fewer and fewer. What some of us are questioning is growth percentage of hair so densely packed and the size of the donor tissue necessary to complete such a task. These are issues that are being worked out right now, with Hasson & Wong pushing the evnvelope AND giving anyone who asks complete access into their procedures and methods. As with any new approach, the rest of the industry will wait and see and then catch up. What happens if these patients experience issues down the road? We shall see. Now, as far as your "reservations". Having a belligerent attitude towards a community that only attempts to help others make informed decisions is NOT the way to promote your practice (I assume you work for A.A.)In addition, you mention the top three docs? I assume you meant Shapiro, Rose, Hasson, Wong, Epstein,Charles,Keene,and many others that are either supported by this site, or supported elsewhere. I think your attitude towards this website lends credence to the idea that money, and not patient care, is the sole driving force behind your practice. In addition, I will readily support the fact that Dr. Armani produces technically superior hair transplants, I will not back away from the idea that I have serious concerns about the ethical philosophy practiced at A.A. with regards to age, and hairline work.
  4. Yesterday I noticed for the first time that Antonio Armani was on the IAHRS list. Whilst this list is by no means a guarantee of outstanding work, it prompted me to have yet another look at Dr Armani's website, which keeps changing. There are several points that I would like to raise and have this Community's views on. 1. I don't like the before/after pics, they are very uneven: whilst you see fantastic results with guy nr 1 (no wonder he's nr 1), Shane at nr 10 and guy nr 18 (always the same 3 by the way), you also see some grafty looks like guy nrs 7 and 9. Guy nr 16 is combed back before and forward after, whilst it is usually the opposite with HT patients, why? Trying to hide something or to give the impression of density for the picture? 2. I don't like the fact that Armani clinics are opening everywhere. To quote from Pat's page on Dr Seager (for example): "despite the popularity of his work, Dr. Seager has resisted the temptation to open clinics in other cities, as he feels quality control would suffer. He prefers to keep all training and supervision of his staff under his careful and close watch." 3. Whilst no one denies Dr Armani is a great surgeon, there is not a word about the other docs who work under the Alvi Armani banner. Who are they? Where do they come from? There is a link on the Armani website which targets MDs and offers them to become HT surgeons. I am not very comfortable with that kind of marketing strategy. 4. Does Dr Armani still perform surgeries himself? What are the chances to actually have him as your surgeon? 5. Has Pat been invited to visit Dr Armani's clinic in Toronto? For us Europeans it is very tempting not to travel to North America and go to European outfits like Armani or DHI, but the big question mark is the surgeon who will actually perform the procedure. Again, the chances to have Zontos at DHI or Armani himself are slim. If you go with Hasson, Shapiro, Epstein, Rose and the others, you are guaranteed to have them in person working on your scalp. To me, it makes all the difference.
  5. Hi Mud, just saw your post and I am glad that you offered some lucid thoughts concerning your experiences with Dr. Shapiro. I can certainly understand not wanting to go through multiple surgeries, facing 1 or 2 more myself My question is twofold: 1st have you expressed these concerns with Dr. Shapiro directly? 2: why did Matt make the final call on your donor hair? I would be interested to know what his response is. I do know that Dr. Shapiro believes strongly in doing what is best for the patient, not necessarily what is latest "fad". I hope that you follow up with this and also post your level of satisfaction with Shapiro Medical's response. In addition, I think choosing Dr. Hasson to finish you off is a great move, as you obviously want to AGRESSIVELY attack your hairloss. From some I have spoken with, this is an area of concern from a results standpoint, but by having Shapiro provide you with a great base to work from, it is only going to enhance your experience with a skilled physician such as Dr. Hasson. If you have the 3500 grafts plus your 2500 previous grafts, you should be sitting pretty my friend!!!!!!! I look forward to following your adventure with aticipation.
  6. totallybald, I don't know much about some of the docs on your list. Others, I have heard nothing but praise for them. I would suggest having consultation with all of them and see what they say. If you're not close to their office, I'm sure you can set up an email/phone consultation. Ask the docs if they have any patients that you can meet in person. Until you see the work in person, you won't truly know what you're getting. btw- I am a patient of Dr. Hasson's and I would highly recommend talking to him or Dr. Wong. I have met several other patients of both of theirs, and they really do produce excellent results consistantly. I'm not saying that the other docs on your list don't do that, but it's always worth checking out all of your options before pulling the trigger.
  7. 02Rips, I would suggest asking some of the docs if they have any patients in your area that you could meet in person. If that's possible, that will give you your answer. Also, the Hasson & Wong website has a section for scalp exercises. This can increase your scalp laxity, making it possible to get more graphs than you would otherwise. Btw -I am a patient of Dr. Hasson's and I would recommend him also. You can do phone/email consultations too. I would suggest talking to as many docs as you want, and then narrow it down from there.
  8. Guys bear with me this is an emotional roller coaster man!!!!, i beleive im a very level headed guy but this stuff has got me twisted around. I would like to sub name this post "Putting it into perspective" I previously complained about gaps and thin spots wich are filling in somewhat, im at 9 months on Fri. Dec. 22 2005, Different angles, different lighting, different rear view mirror shots everything brings different ups and downs, well I recently tried to calm down and put it into perspective and heres what i got. Was I too quick to fly to Vancouver (Hasson and Wong)to reach for answers that i wanted to hear? maybe Did I pick out the little flaws with my Procedure at Shapiro? Probably Did I Give my Procedure enough time before judgement? (8 1/2 months) NO!! Do I think Dr. Ron Shapiro is top notch? Yes Do I think Matt made a bad call on my donor? I still think so but theres no harm done Did he do it to book me for 3 procedures or for my own good? im honestly struggling with that one Do i wish i had a bigger session? Yes To sum it up i think Dr. Shapiro performed a miracle with only 2523 Graphs in front and back, it is so natural you cannot tell anything and for that im very thankful, when i see other pictures of 2500 Graphs and what they got i feel lucky that i started with Dr. Shapiro. This is a hard decision for me to change clinics for my next procedure (Really hard!!!) but i have done my research and feel confident in Dr. Hasson, im going to be more aggressive than Dr. Shapiro would have done on me by about 1 thousand Graphs or more. I am Very satified in the quality of my Procedure from Shapiro Medical Group but I am going for a larger 2nd procedure fully aware of the risks wich i feel are minimal with a top notch Surgeon. I will provide pictures from the very start of this roller coaster ride for all to view and hopefully learn from as soon as i get that figured out, i was not planning on that but now i will do it, give me some time to get all my pictures together. Very Sincerely, Mudpuppy
  9. Guys bear with me this is an emotional roller coaster man!!!!, i beleive im a very level headed guy but this stuff has got me twisted around. I would like to sub name this post "Putting it into perspective" I previously complained about gaps and thin spots wich are filling in somewhat, im at 9 months on Fri. Dec. 22 2005, Different angles, different lighting, different rear view mirror shots everything brings different ups and downs, well I recently tried to calm down and put it into perspective and heres what i got. Was I too quick to fly to Vancouver (Hasson and Wong)to reach for answers that i wanted to hear? maybe Did I pick out the little flaws with my Procedure at Shapiro? Probably Did I Give my Procedure enough time before judgement? (8 1/2 months) NO!! Do I think Dr. Ron Shapiro is top notch? Yes Do I think Matt made a bad call on my donor? I still think so but theres no harm done Did he do it to book me for 3 procedures or for my own good? im honestly struggling with that one Do i wish i had a bigger session? Yes To sum it up i think Dr. Shapiro performed a miracle with only 2523 Graphs in front and back, it is so natural you cannot tell anything and for that im very thankful, when i see other pictures of 2500 Graphs and what they got i feel lucky that i started with Dr. Shapiro. This is a hard decision for me to change clinics for my next procedure (Really hard!!!) but i have done my research and feel confident in Dr. Hasson, im going to be more aggressive than Dr. Shapiro would have done on me by about 1 thousand Graphs or more. I am Very satified in the quality of my Procedure from Shapiro Medical Group but I am going for a larger 2nd procedure fully aware of the risks wich i feel are minimal with a top notch Surgeon. I will provide pictures from the very start of this roller coaster ride for all to view and hopefully learn from as soon as i get that figured out, i was not planning on that but now i will do it, give me some time to get all my pictures together. Very Sincerely, Mudpuppy
  10. Guys, I'm not "pro-FUE" or "anti-FUE" or anything like that. In case you didn't know, I had a strip procedure done. Like Qwert, I am in the opinion that FUE has its place but huge sessions isn't that place. That is my opinion. I am just giving you the facts that I know about DHI. They have some happy patients that post here fairly regularly in testament to them. If you don't agree with their procedures, don't go to them. Gorpy, you are happy with your procedure with Dr. Keene and I know that Qwert is happy thus far with his procedure with Dr. Hasson. If DHI patients were complaining about either of those physicians and/or their instruments I would ask them to cool it as well. -Robert
  11. I was very bald and I had an island in the middle of my head that was not transplanted during my first procedure. this was because DR. Hasson felt that the island was pretty healthy. The reason for the second HT was really to fill the island in. I probably didn't need to do the second HT because my hair really looked pretty good. I decided to go forward because I eventually would have had to do it anyway and wanted a little more in the crown. I feel better now. Looking at the coverage my second HT got I am very happy. On both procedures they shaved my head. Here is a picture immediatly after my first procedure. Notice the island in the middle of my head. The focus of my second HT was to fill that area in. Mark
  12. Just over two years ago I had 5194 grafts in one session with Dr. Hasson. As far as I know I am the first 5000 graft patient that he had done. These photos were taken right before my second procedure where I had the doc add some more to my crown. The crown was already great after the first session but I wanted a little more. The second session was done 11/10/2005 and added 2538 grafts to my crown for a total of 7732 grafts in two sessions.
  13. Just over two years ago I had 5194 grafts in one session with Dr. Hasson. As far as I know I am the first 5000 graft patient that he had done. These photos were taken right before my second procedure where I had the doc add some more to my crown. The crown was already great after the first session but I wanted a little more. The second session was done 11/10/2005 and added 2538 grafts to my crown for a total of 7732 grafts in two sessions.
  14. Sorry I could not put all those pics in one post, but I think the pics tell a good story. I was Dr. Hassons first 5000 FUT session. I am very happy with the results. Dr. Hasson is truely amazing.
  15. Here is a two year update. I had a 5194 FUT session with Dr. Hasson on 9/16/2003. Additionally, I had a second procedure of 2538 FUT with Dr. Hasson on 11/10/2005. The second procedure was done to fill in and add body to the crown area. I now have a total of 7732 FUT. To see all of the pre and post op photos for Jupiter23 visit his photo album.
  16. Here is a two year update. I had a 5194 FUT session with Dr. Hasson on 9/16/2003. Additionally, I had a second procedure of 2538 FUT with Dr. Hasson on 11/10/2005. The second procedure was done to fill in and add body to the crown area. I now have a total of 7732 FUT. To see all of the pre and post op photos for Jupiter23 visit his photo album.
  17. Fellas, As some of you guessed, procedures of this size require exceptional characteristics in the patient. One of you mentioned that there is no way that Qwert's head is so big as to allow for a 35cm long strip. I'll put it like this. Without revealing personal information about him I'll say that at 5'10 3/4 (gotta get all I can) I'm not a small guy but am average in height. Qwert however is above average in this respect hence a relative proportion to his scalp/skull. Combined with exceptional donor density and laxity he made for an ideal candidate. It needs to be clear that sessions such as Qwert's are not routine and it has never once been implied as such either. He is not however alone. What is routine in our office are sessions of 3500 to 4500 grafts. We do this everyday and without any play on the words describing a graft either. There is no greater issue of scarring and certainly no issue of graft survival. If there were we simply would not be doing these sessions as it would be plain wrong to do so. Dr. Hasson and Dr. Wong did not start performing these procedures overnight. It has taken years of constant refinement to get to this point. When the first 3000 graft session was shown at one of the conferences Dr. Hasson and Dr. Wong knew this was the future. They immediately invested in the personel, equipment and training to get to this point. Understand that this was at the time when 1200 to 1500 grafts was considered pushing the envelope and doctors were crying foul at the mere mention of even 2000 grafts in one procedure (some still do). Now, 2000 is considered average for most clinics and small for some. I know that Hasson & Wong is new to some of you but I ask that you be patient with our results. The docs have been doing this for some time now and we will reveal more and more results for your review. This works, guys. We've got more results to prove this.
  18. B-spot i agree that 2 megas of 3000 or more should create great results, my thoughts (wich change constantly) were to get as much from my donor as possible using strip and possibly saving some maybe 1000 in the bank for way down the road meanwhile using FUE for touchups and problem spots, bear with me here but i will give you my thoughts on the numbers i was thinking 6000 - 7000 from strip with small amount of emergency if needed years down the road hoping my laxity would again be ok for this. 2000 - 3000 from fue to do touch ups or whatever needed like FUE into the scar Of course i have been humbled by consultations with people that know like Jotronic, Dr. Hasson, Matt Z., Dr. Shapiro, but i think that my #s have to be trimmed down a bit overall it was a good plan. My plan as of 2 weeks ago would be Shapiro then Hasson and finish with Dr. Cole from Atl., but now im rethinking the Fue thing, as i said every consultation and every day of research changes my plan Im am willing to meet with you and show you my areas of concern about my scar & thin areas from my procedure at Shapiro and you can decide for yourself, i live approx. 15 min. from Shapiros Clinic
  19. Back to scars: One of the questions i asked Dr. Hasson was could i keep the same scar length from side to side as i got from Dr. Shapiro? he said yes, my reason for asking was i am happy with my starting and stopping points at the middle front of ears and not too high above ears. One of my concerns of theses big sessions was the scar coming around to the ears and then shooting almost straight up to the top (of the safe zone), i dont want to go that far so i probably couldnt have done 6000 in one sitting anyway, but if i could have done 4000-5000 with my scar length absolutely i would, once again consultations and research will bring you to these answers. When i saw Qwerts scar it was as i described all the way to the top (of the safe zone), for me probably a little to much for my head (my opinion) My question is what is really better? 2 procedures of 3000 or 3 procedures of 2000 Each time you have to remove existing scar, doesnt that create more skin removed and equal tension if not more from additional surgeries? Graft survival is not an issue here if you use a top Doctor, im talking about scarring issues only, please respond with opinions if you like, my opinion is more graphs less surgeries, looks like the future is going in that direction for strips.
  20. Mud- I think before you post negatively regarding Dr. Shapiro, you should consider some things first. Saying and doing are two different things. Having my HT with Dr. Shapiro, I know that MY best interests were first and foremost.I did not matter to him that I wanted 3500 first cut, he wanted to do what is best for me. Second, no one can tell you the amount of grafts you will produce, just a best estimate. I know that many surgeons start with a 1.25 to 1.5 strip initially in order to see how well the wound closes. If the scalp is too tight or loose, most doc's adjust accordingly. I was told that should expect 2200 to 2500 yet I yielded 3100+ and did not pay any extra for them. In addition, looking at a scar two or three days old and commenting on how good it looks is not empirically sound. I have challenged any mega-mega session recipient to shave down and post their "great" scars. I have, and I will continue to post them in order to let everyone know what a scar really looks like. You know, we have yet to really see the results of these types of procedures. I can imagine rapidly depleting the donor supply, and not being prepared for future hairloss. With that said, please do not misunderstand my post. If indeed Hasson and Wong have pushed the envelope and are performing ethically sound HT's I will be the first congratulate them and any patient of theirs. What I will not tolerate is any highly regarded DR. being slammed, from someone with 3 posts to their credit, regardless of a HT or not. What you have to understand Mud, is that this forum is not about my doc, your doc,(even though he is the same) it's about the poor bastard agonizing over whether or not to do this, and which doctor to choose. Right now, no one can say that these maxed out procedures will produce the results of two 3000+ sessions. We neeed time and results, and that will tell the tale. In addition, consider the financial aspect if all of this as well. How much does 5000 to 6000 grafts cost at one shot? If you are not happy in any way, call the office and let them know, I think Dr. Shapiro would welcome any criticism directed at his methods in the effort of constantly perfecting his techniques. BTW, I am just as excited to see these results as the next guy.
  21. Gorpy, i wasnt trying to be silly, it was really good looking with the new technique theyre using it was hairs growing all the way up to the closure on each side,, hell im no expert it was just lucky i was there to see it and then i saw this post and i chimed in, Qwert seemed like a nice guy and some posts on this thread were heading in the wrong direction. Troy, yes we have to be honest about results and i was, to each his own and time will tell, do yourself a favor and do a search on "Nicnitro" or "Bobman" or "Jupiter", they were all around 5000 graphs and turned out good, only my opinion and im here to learn, thanx Yes im scheduled for 3000 or more in Feb. 06 with Dr. Hasson
  22. B-spot Dr. Shapiro would not do 5000 graphs on you, they dont beleive in that size of surgery, i personally saw Qwert on friday 2nd of Dec., his scar was closed perfectly i looked at it very good, Dr. Hasson was very proud of the closure, I had surgery from Shapiro in March 05,
  23. Guitarplayer, As you and other knowledgable patients know, the standards for the ultimate patient friendly hair transplant surgery have shifted higher in recent years. Today clinics on the cutting edge (forgive the pun) should idealy be making very tiny incisions that enable them to dense pack grafts when appropriate for a patient. They should also have the staff and skill to preform large sessions when appropriate for the patient. In this community this relatively new and patient friendly procedure is described as "Ultra Refined Follicular Unit Hair Transplantation". Only those physicians who have mastered follicular unit grafting and stepped up to the challenge of performing Ultra Refined Follicular Unit Hair Transplantation with excellent results are eligable for membership in the Coalition of Independent Hair Restoration Physicians. To read more about these standards, click here. As masters of follicular unit grafting members of the Coalition also pay careful attention to the angle, direction and orientation of each graft as it will determine the ultimate direction and angle of the hair's growth. Some use lateral incisions, while other members use sagittal incisions. There has been a fair amount of debate among top hair transplant surgeons about the relative advantages and disadvantages of incisions made perpendicular to the direction of the hair's growth (also referred to as "lateral" or "coronal" grafting) versus incisions made parallel to the direction of the hair's growth (also referred to as "sagittal"). I have seen many surgeries in various top notch clinics using both parallel and or perpendicular incisions, with both incisions producing highly refined and minimally invasive outcomes. Physicians can carefully control both the angle and direction of the transplanted follicles using either parallel or perpendicular incisions. I have seen Coalition surgeons such as Dr. Charles, Dr. Hasson, Dr. Bernstein, Dr. Konior and others perform surgeries in which all the incisions were made perpendicular with excellent results. Yet I have also seen top surgeons like Dr. Jeff Epstein, Dr. True, Dr. Shapiro and others perform excellent and highly refined dense packed surgeries using parallel incisions. Much of the advantages typically associated with the "lateral" technique such as dense packing and minimally invasive incisions are not due to the orientation of the incisions (either parallel or perpendicular) but to the tiny size of the incisions that many top surgeons like Dr. Hasson and Dr. Wong are now using. Some of the surgeons who are doing ultra refined follicular unit grafting with very tiny blades or needles do make their incisions perpendicular, in at least some areas, while others still prefer to use parallel incisions. When visiting Dr. Ron Shapiro in Minneapolis a couple of months ago he took almost an hour to explain what he felt were the relative advantage and disadvantages of "perpendicular" incisions versus " parallel " incisions and why he prefers to use parallel incisions for most of his incisions. Traditionally incisions made in the hair transplant recipient area were made parallel to the direction of the natural hair. My understanding is that most surgeons felt that such parallel incisions between existing hairs minimized the chance of severing existing hair follicles. Many also felt that since blood vessels in the scalp ran vertically that incisions made parallel to these vessels would severe fewer blood vessels and thus create less disruption to the scalp. To help me visualize this Dr. Shapiro asked me to imagine the blood vessels in the scalp as spaghetti hanging down from the ceiling. Then to imagine a big sheet of metal cutting across the room perpendicular to these blood vessels. In his opinion this sheet of metal representing a flat blade would cut more blood vessels. He then suggested I imagine a sheet of metal cutting into the room parallel to these hanging vessels. In his opinion such a sheet or blade would tend to cut in between the vessels and thus cut less of these vessels. However, since the blades that Hasson and Wong and other leading surgeons now use are smaller and less wide this traditional concern is now not as important. In my opinion, the idea that grafts with two or more hairs will tend to fan out across the scalp and thus create a greater illusion of density has some merit. Dr. Shapiro also seems to feel this way and thus typically does create perpendicular incisions for the 3 and 4 hair grafts that are placed in the mid scalp regions. I think the most important advances in the hair transplant surgery in the past few years has been the evolution from standard follicular unit grafting to ultra refined follicular unit grafting. Ultra refined work using very tiny blades and or needles enables surgeons to dense pack very small grafts, while minimizing trauma to the scalp. In addition the careful orientation of the grafts in terms of direction and angle has also improved as surgeons have mastered follicular unit grafting. This enables patients to potentially get one pass sessions with faster healing and completely natural results. Thus given the honest difference of opinions regarding the relative importance of lateral versus sagittal incisions membership is not determined by this particular technical issues.
  24. There has been a fair amount of debate among top hair transplant surgeons about the relative advantages and disadvantages of incisions made perpendicular to the direction of the hair's growth (also referred to as "lateral" or "coronal" grafting) versus incisions made parallel to the direction of the hair's growth (also referred to as "sagittal"). I have seen many surgeries in various top notch clinics using both parallel and or perpendicular incisions, with both incisions producing highly refined and minimally invasive outcomes. Physicians can carefully control both the angle and direction of the transplanted follicles using either parallel or perpendicular incisions. I have seen surgeons such as Dr. Charles, Dr. Nusbuam, Dr. Hasson, Dr. Bernstein, Dr. Konior and others perform surgeries in which all the incisions were made perpendicular with excellent results. Yet I have also seen top surgeons like Dr. Jeff Epstein, Dr. True, Dr. Shapiro and others perform excellent and highly refined dense packed surgeries using parallel incisions. Much of the advantages typically associated with the "lateral" technique such as dense packing and minimally invasive incisions are not due to the orientation of the incisions (either parallel or perpendicular) but to the tiny size of the incisions that many top surgeons like Dr. Hasson and Dr. Wong are now using. Some of the surgeons who are doing ultra refined follicular unit grafting with very tiny blades or needles do make their incisions perpendicular, in at least some areas, while others still prefer to use parallel incisions. When visiting Dr. Ron Shapiro in Minneapolis a couple of months ago he took almost an hour to explain what he felt were the relative advantage and disadvantages of "perpendicular" incisions versus " parallel " incisions and why he prefers to use parallel incisions for most of his incisions. Traditionally incisions made in the hair transplant recipient area were made parallel to the direction of the natural hair. My understanding is that most surgeons felt that such parallel incisions between existing hairs minimized the chance of severing existing hair follicles. Many also felt that since blood vessels in the scalp ran vertically that incisions made parallel to these vessels would severe fewer blood vessels and thus create less disruption to the scalp. To help me visualize this Dr. Shapiro asked me to imagine the blood vessels in the scalp as spaghetti hanging down from the ceiling. Then to imagine a big sheet of metal cutting across the room perpendicular to these blood vessels. In his opinion this sheet of metal representing a flat blade would cut more blood vessels. He then suggested I imagine a sheet of metal cutting into the room parallel to these hanging vessels. In his opinion such a sheet or blade would tend to cut in between the vessels and thus cut less of these vessels. However, since the blades that Hasson and Wong and other leading surgeons now use are smaller and less wide this traditional concern is now not as important. In my opinion, the idea that grafts with two or more hairs will tend to fan out across the scalp and thus create a greater illusion of density has some merit. Dr. Shapiro also seems to feel this way and thus typically does create perpendicular incisions for the 3 and 4 hair grafts that are placed in the mid scalp regions. I think the most important advances in the hair transplant surgery in the past few years has been the evolution from standard follicular unit grafting to ultra refined follicular unit grafting. Ultra refined work using very tiny blades and or needles enables surgeons to dense pack very small grafts, while minimizing trauma to the scalp. In addition the careful orientation of the grafts in terms of direction and angle has also improved as surgeons have mastered follicular unit grafting. This enables patients to potentially get one pass sessions with faster healing and completely natural results. I do think that Dr. Wong and Dr. Hasson in particular have done a great deal recently to elevate the "Gold Standard" from standard follicular unit grafting to ultra refined follicular unit grafting. The bar has moved higher and fortunately for patients every where many surgeons have risen to the challenge. To acknowledge this new and higher standard only physicians who perform Ultra Refined Follicular Unit Hair Transplantation with excellent results are invited to join the Coalition of Independent Hair Restoration Physicians. I'm pleased to announce that both Dr. Hasson and Dr. Wong have recently joined Coalition and their profiles and photos will soon be added to all our websites. I look forward to the members of the Coalition leading the way in providing patients with the ulitmate in care, while challenging the entire hair restoration profession to evolve to the hightest level possible.
  25. Arson, FUE isn't all its hyped to be. But if you want to actually move some hair consider doing highly refined follicular unit grafting. Dr. Gabel in Portland appears to do highly refined follicular unit grafting using tiny incisions that are carefully oriented. To learn more, click here. He also offers FUE if you really insist on taking the slow train. Hasson and Wong, who are based in Vancouver Canada do outstanding Ultra Refined Follicular Unit Grafting and offer consultations in Portland. To learn more, click here. Let us all know how things go for you. Best wishes for restoring a full look. Pat P.S. Arson, If you do burn one of these offices down during your visit please don't tell them I sent you :-)
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