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  1. Looking good Macbernal, and shedding right on schedule. The post-op work looks great as usual with Dr. Hasson so I'm betting that you will be very happy with your result.
  2. Your post-op photos look fantastic. Dr. Hasson is one of the best and I feel confident that you'll have an outstanding result. Please keep us posted. Best, Bill
  3. Hello all, Long time lurker first time poster. I am 29 years old and have been dealing with this whole male pattern baldness for about 5 or 6 years. I didn't really mind it until 2 years ago which at this point I don't have much to work with . I've only considered FUT since I usually wear my hair long; however, let me know what you think. Should I still wait? Also, lets start a top 5 HT doctors I should consider. The doctors I've considered are : Hasson and Wong , Alexander, Bhatti, and Cooley. By the way I live in the US on the west coast. I've only done a sit down with Dr. Hasson and Wong's rep Mike ; he recommended 5,000 grafts. I was thinking that 5,000 might be too much at one time. Maybe take a slower approach such as 3,000 grafts for the front and middle and then 3,000 grafts again for the crown and what ever is left over that needs touch up. Currently, I only use lipogaine instead of generic minoxidil since it's not as greasy. I only do it once a day because I'm too lazy to put it on at night. I've been back and fourth thinking about using fin/propecia but maybe it will help?:confused: (I'm kinda embarrassed to ask the doctor) Should I be taking fin/propecia before a HT doctors sees my situation? Also, I started taking a generic biotin 1000mg. I'm going to attach pictures so you guys can see what I'm dealing with. Thanks for your help and reading my first thread. Recap: 1. FUT? Should I wait 2. Top 5 doctors I should choose 3. Slow approach or mass with FUT 3. Should I start fin/propecia
  4. I was on a date the other night with a girl who's 10 years younger than me that I met via a dating app. We had drink and she made a comment about my hair being "way longer" in my main photo. What she obviously meant to say was the hairline was a bit lower Anyway, I have been browsing this forum for years and since I am going to move forward with a transplant (just sent pics to Konior), I figured I might as well join the community. I'm 32, front hairline has been receding since I was 24 or 25. It has gotten to a point where it's a bit difficult to style my hair and cover up the baldness with what's left of the forelock. About a year ago I sent pics to Dr. Jose Lorenzo and their office suggested I get on fin for 6 months to stabilize. Tried it and did not tolerate it well. Didn't notice any sexual sides but my motivation and mood went downhill around the 2nd month. I run a business and work from home, so that wasn't going to work. They also suggested I need 2500/2800 to fill everything in, which was a larger number than I was anticipating. Minox didn't seem to do much and if anything I feel like it may have accelerated the loss a bit, as what I shed didn't seem to come back much stronger. I did see that Hasson & Wong have a topical fin that purportedly decreases DHT levels in the scalp without a dramatic reduction in serum DHT. Very interested in trying that and working some connections to do a video consult with a plastic surgeon there so I can get an rx and have it shipped to the US. Overall, I've kind of come to accept that this is something I am going to have to deal with. I used to get depressed about it (single guy in a city for single people) but aside from the occasional asshole comment, women don't seem to mind that much. I definitely get hit on less than I did 3 years ago, but I guess that's life. More than anything, my main reason for wanting to get this done is because I took a bottle to the face during a brawl/assault in college. Minor bump that wasn't noticeable but with the hairline rescission, it definitely stands out a bit more. I've attached pictures of my wet hair, which I sent to Dr. Konior. My hair is pretty wavy and as a result, it looks a lot better dry and styled than when it's wet, which I'm thankful for. Any feedback/stories of people who had similar mpb would be appreciated. Ideally, would like to do FUE but am open to FUT if my donor/thinning won't yield a decent result. Really not Love Konior's work and would ideally like to have him do the transplant, although Dr. Lorenzo also has some impressive results, although I do feel some of the hairlines are very swooping, at times. Also traveling back from Spain to the US after FUE does not sound that appealing. Anyway, excited to post here and be a part of this community.
  5. I think the answer is yes:) Vancouver area patient in his late 40’s with above average donor hair. Dr. Hasson and team moved 4656 grafts via FUT restoring the hairline, frontal zone, and mid-scalp up to the crown. 1312 singles, 3179 doubles, and 165 3-4 hair grafts were employed to create this high-density result. He started Finasteride at the time of the procedure and it looks to have improved the crown to this point. These photos were taken 8 months post-op.
  6. I went with Dr. Hasson cause of the great reviews and results I seen on this site. I did the fut for one it was cheaper and i wear my hair long enough in the back... don’t ever plan on shaving I tried that befor and hated it. Plus I got 4800 grafts So I should get good density. Was just something I was comfortable going forward. The clinic suggested I also go fut. they offered fue and told me I could go either way.
  7. Hey guys I’m going to share my experience with you all cause for the last 6 months I’ve read into these threads and this is what incouraged me to ultimately go with Dr. Hasson and do the surgury. I’ve been struggling with hair lose since my early 20s and have been wearing a hat for 99% of the time. Only time I would take a hat off is at home or at a wedding literally. It really was driving me bonkers.So I flew into Vancouver from edmonton and went for it yesterday, I did the surgury. Mornig of the surgury I was greeted by the girls and and was told to change into the shirt they provide. Then we went into the OR room with . Dr. Hasson he’s funny and helps you not worry too much. Dr. Hasson gave me the needles so I wouldn’t feel anything you feel them but it’s what is expected. He then started with the strip. As he takes the strip out he is closing it up at the same time. Took about 45 min no big deal. After that he got right into the incisions. I clicked every 100 and we got to 3500. For the next 8 hours it was implanting time as 2 girls work on me and 2 more work on removing the hairs out of the strip. We had breaks for lunch and supper they give you a menu and you pick whatever. I watched tv and talked with the nurses all very nice. The chair starts to get uncomfortable as you could imagine for moving for 12 hours laid back in the chair. After the top 3500 was done Dr. Hasson came back in and started on my temples he did about 250 each side. By this time it was about 10 hours in. The girls started to implant on the temples and that took another 2 hours. Then whatever grafts were left over they doubled up on the top. After we were all done I came back to the hotel took my pain medication and sleeping pill and crashed hard. Had a good sleep now I’m sitting in my hotel room having breakfast. Highly recommend Dr. Hasson great guy and awesome clinic. Let me know what ya guys think I’m thinking I’m gonna get great results!!!!! And don’t worry I’ll update everyone all the time of progress so hopefully I can help other people that were in my case!!! I know how it is . Cheers
  8. I don't know that it's possible to declare a single "best" hair transplant surgeon. However, I would certainly rate Dr. Hasson as one of the top surgeons in the world. This is also why we prescreen surgeons and have high standards. Those who meet our criteria are doing fantastic work. Best wishes, Bill
  9. Dr. Hasson is not American...but I guess he is North American. Personally I would place Dr. Hasson as one the very top elite hair transplant surgeons in North America. I can personally vouch for his outstanding facility and large group of experienced full time technicians.
  10. The reason why doctors quote different grafts is not head sizes, there is no way to deduce the size of your head from a photo alone, the reason is philosophy. What the hell do I mean by this you ask? Let me explain, you may have one doctor that is conservative, he means to give you coverage but perhaps not high density, his reasoning is to conserve the donor area for future transplants. Whilst another doctor believes in high density transplantation, perhaps he believes in preventing further hair loss through medication. Therefore, you will get two different graft quotes from two different doctors with different philosophies. Remember, quotes are just that quotes, you have to be seen in person for the true plan to be laid out, if you really are serious about hair transplantation you would travel to see different doctors in person, I drove 14 hours to consult with Dr. Gabel, I also flew to Canada to consult with Hasson and Wong, I ultimately drove 5 hours to San Jose to see Dr. Diep, I submitted online photos, but obviously logic and common sense dictates that an in person evaluation is best, since pictures can be deceiving. Lastly, to answer your question yes head size does make a difference, as does hair characteristics i.e hair thickness, shape (curly, straight,wavy) all of these factors play a role, that’s why you see some guys get 5,000 grafts and look transformed and others needing 7,000 grafts, no two people are the same.
  11. My previous post had me trying to decide between Dr. Bloxham and Dr. Rahal. I've since submitted photos to and have spoken with a Hasson / Wong rep. The rep said that Dr. Hasson recommends a 4500 graft mega-session. I found this incredibly appealing because my hairline and crown would be addressed in one surgery and I would end up saving about $7000 due to the price drop after the first 2000 grafts. I would also achieve my result a full year sooner, as opposed to having 2 separate surgeries at the full graft price at Feller/Bloxham and waiting 2 years for my final result. My question is, is a 4500 graft single mega-session more risky? Dr. Bernstein's site mentions that a large strip taken out in a single session can result in a wider scar, and also that there may be less growth of the transplanted grafts due to the amount of time they are out of the body. Is this something I should worry about, or is Dr. Hasson so good that this is not an issue when having surgery with him? I appreciate the input.
  12. Thanks everyone for the nice comments! Harp10: I agree and thank you for the kind words. One of these days I will present my result with a little better detail. When are you going to add H&W or Dr. Hasson to your favorite FUE surgeons list? jjsrader Hard to say exactly. There are several factors that can affect the density and the appearance of density. A limited donor supply with a large area to cover can influence the density that can/should be achieved. Another important factor is hair caliber. Fine hair is more difficult to make look thick. Hair that is more coarse will provide more volume in space and therefore look more dense when in fact it may have the same number of grafts or less per square centimeter than a patient with fine hair. In this case the donor hair is good and the hair shaft caliber is average. I might guess 60 to 75 up front with a little drop off behind the hairline? But I don’t think it really matters. The doctors have a feel for what is necessary for each individual case. But in the end, a certain amount of density is required for the most impressive natural result and we historically have been able to deliver that. However, numbers per square centimeter can be deceiving and we don’t place a lot of emphasis on them. Wazaam; I want you to guess his age first then I will tell you:) Started meds at the time of the procedure and continues them. Not much if any temple work. HairlossPA: You can have H&W and have FUE. Why pick one or the other when you can have both? Pretty much. Estimate number required, estimate density of the donor, take out the strip of a length and width that will come close to yielding the estimated number. Grafts per cm2 x width x length = # of grafts
  13. I was curious to know how other people on this forum feel about where I am with my decision on which hair transplant surgeon to use. I’m currently between Dr. Rahal and Feller/Bloxham. Feller/Bloxham is in driving distance for me, where as I would have to fly and stay over several days in order to use Dr. Rahal. I’ve read so much on the forums about how there are around 6 HT surgeons in North America (Feller, Shapiro, Hasson, Wong, Konior, and Rahal) who are the “must use” surgeons in order to get the best possible result. I had originally decided that if I get a transplant, I would use one of these 6 surgeons. My surgery would be with Dr. Bloxham if I go to Feller/Bloxham. My question is, should I feel confident that I would be getting the same high quality procedure if Dr. Bloxham does my hair transplant? The work he posts looks really good. The problem is, that I can’t find much on the forums as far as his patients posting their results. He clearly has Dr. Feller’s confidence, but he is just no where near as research-able as the other surgeons who have been doing transplants for years and have been widely talked about on the forums. I also believe that in so many fields, there is just no replacement for years of experience. So, are my concerns justified, or am I overthinking this? I’ve heard many say that distance shouldn’t be a factor when selecting a surgeon, but it really is for me because I simply cannot be away from home or work for more than 2 or 3 days. The are other issues too, like Rahal providing a 95% growth guarantee, where Feller/Bloxham do not. I would appreciate hearing the opinions of other people who have had hair transplants and went through a similar research and decision process.
  14. your first decision should be the surgeon and it seems you've started to do some research on that front, Hasson & Wong, Konior, Shapiro, Rahal were all on my short list. I'm from the US and did not even consider any clinics overseas. I would almost bet any of these physicians would recommend FUT in your case although they would give also give you the option of going FUE if that's what you wanted. To maximize your donor and plan for future procedures as your hair loss progresses - because you are still young - FUT will ultimately maximize yield and growth rate. I went the FUE route with Dr. Rahal as a personal choice because of my age, need to get back to work as soon as possible, and expectation that I would try to create an age appropriate and not so dense of a result. That was a personal decision, although if I started out earlier - like in my 30's - my expectations would have been very different and I would have likely gone FUT which is still the true and tested method. There also is a wide price gap especially with North American physicians between FUT and FUE pricing - which wasn't an issue for me, but certainly is another factor to consider. Good luck to you.
  15. Vancouver area patient with average donor hair. Dr. Hasson and team dense packed 5044 grafts via FUT to restore the hairline, frontal zone and parts of the mid scalp. 5044 grafts included 1011 single hair grafts, 3670 doubles and 363 3-4 hair grafts. Photos were taken 10 months post-op
  16. I don't do long writeups but I'll do mine now (after 9 months) because I can PERSONALLY vouch for this clinic - they did my 4,500 FUT & 500 FUE in March '17 I am very critical of surgeons that are not up to par and if you real alot of my posts I enjoy challenging the ones that I believe are lazy and behind the times and simply are resting on their laurels. Dr. Soni ain't that kind of guy. What a work ethic and he's a sharp competent artistic very experienced surgeon w/excellent training. He's in his prime in his 40's and although I like to draw out other people's personalities in real life and be a bit provocative - he was completely professional throughout me hanging out w/him and his staff for multiple days. Top-notch German dissecting microscopes, well-trained stable group of 10+ techs and all male surgical staff. Very clean operating theatre w/all modern equipment. The clinic is run like a fine-tuned machine. There is no waste of time and they just get things done and will work late to do proper work (I finished up at 9:30pm after starting around 7 or 7:30am) - but had plenty of breaks for a 5K graft surgery (4.5K FUT & 500 FUE). Very good anesthesia techniques for being cut into for up to 14 hours. A bit of pressure in the last few hours but no real pain. They are good about that and are ready to keep you comfortable. I stayed at his clinic (he lives on the top floor so he is hands-on) for 3 days in a nice room w/food delivered as well. I'm not really a huge fan of India but I was a tourist for 3 weeks before surgery and became a HUGE fan. It's so diverse and interesting. I went there for surgery and to get a high # of grafts w/excellent trichophytic closure techniques and to literally save 75% off USA retail and I was on my way to Hong Kong and Shenzhen China to visit with my best friend for another month or so after my surgery. I could have paid USA retail prices for less grafts in one FUT surgery - but what for? I also researched every major hair surgeon in India and Dr. Soni's techniques/yield/# of grafts in one sitting and training were at the top of the list of a few other well-qualified hair surgeons in India. I know good surgeons, world-class surgeons and have done consultations with at least 10 of them. One of my previous FUT surgeries (2,250) was w/Dr. Feller in 2004 so my surgery in India was definitely well researched. Dr. Soni's wife does excellent cosmetic dentristy on site as well; so a family business if you will. His staff of consultants are really cool as well. Great guys. India guys are so friendly and nice and speak enough English that it was a pleasure hanging at Dr. Soni's clinic for 3 days. It was a bit hot for this white boy though in late March it was already 95 degrees out in Jaipur!! Haha. I'll be going back after 18 months from my surgery. I've lost a great deal of weight since my surgery (I am 6 foot 2 and was 270lbs for my surgery - I'm now under 200lbs and would like to finalize my weight at about 175lbs by end of summer 2018) and feel like I have enough laxity for another FUT surgery and may do a bit more FUE as well. I'll have Dr. Soni evaluate and see what he can do for me in September/October of '18. I'll have him retake photos then (2 month hair grown out pre-surgery to 2 month hair grown out 18 months later) and post them here. I do have extremely fine bone straight low caliber thickness hair so for my German/Swedish hair genetics I require well over 10K grafts and ultimately I'll end up with about 16K (I'm at 8.5K now) to get a result I'm happy with as I make my way into my early 50's and beyond due to every single male member in my family on both sides being Norwood 6 or 7's. I'll finish off my hair transplant journey in late 2019 or early 2020 and max out the rest of my donor w/ 5-6K of FUE's. I am not sure who I will have do my final FUE surgeries but my last small FUE will probably be w/Konior or Hasson or Gabel (500-750 grafts) to perfect and refine the very frontal hairline I want to live with the rest of my life. Then I'll finally get temporary SMP probably from Ahead Hair Ink so I don't have to use Prothik or Dermatch or any fibers. I don't currently use them that often anyway but wouldn't mind the 'shadow' effect to negate the difference in hair to scalp color of my brownish auburn hair against my super white/pale scalp color.
  17. Some quick thoughts here based on my experience: If you go with Erdogan you are going to 100% have to shave your entire head (donor area and recipient both). Just want to put this out there as for some people (like myself) there is not enough downtime to do this with work etc. This is even for smaller procedures. For my last procedure in a limited area Erdogan and ASMED was in my final list, but I excluded them as I could not afford the long downtime. Other clinics (Bisanga, Konior) will agree to a mohawk type of buzz cut for FUE where the donor is shaved and then only the immediate recipient area. For diffused thinning I would dense pack into a slightly lowered hairline just below your current one - I'm saying this without seeing any of your pics which is not ideal but it's easier to dense pack into virgin scalp than it is in between existing hairs. And concentrate on boosting the hairline and frontal third as your first goal. As for H&W I would research their work here on this forum and choose the surgeon whose results matches your desired situation - which one produces amazing results in cases of diffused thinning patients. My favorite of the two overall is Dr. Hasson who I believe excels at dense hairlines while Wong is more of a master at crown work. And is H&W a proven FUE leader yet? I'm not sure yet and have only seen a limited number of FUE cases from them at this point.. Also have you actually been examined by a hair restoration surgeon yet or sent in photos? Some clinics may reject patients if they demonstrate advanced balding/thinning and are not on Propecia for maintenance, especially if the donor is very thin and sparse. Oh and as for your second choice for Turkish doctor I would skip him as the only people I see making him their first choice are those who are trying to save a buck. I had seen some not ideal cases on here as well and I don't have the time to read each and every post but my researched opinion is that he should not be among your finalist list. HDC and Dr. Maras produce more consistent work at fairly affordable prices for example.
  18. Hello everyone, I’ve been a lurker on this forum for two years and I’ve now summed up the courage to share my story. I was diagnosed with Alopecia Areata when I was ten years old. I started noticing significant hair loss all over my body at the age of 16 and by 18, I had no hair anywhere on my body except my head. The hair that I do have on my head now is fairly thin with three patches on the back of my head and one patch on the left side as well as another patch on the right side of my head. But, what really bothered me at 18 was the loss of my eyebrows. When I saw my eyebrows disappear I was devastated. So, instead of feeling down about it, I was determined to get them back and since the age of 18, I’ve had a total of four eyebrow transplants. Before moving forward, I’d like to add that at the age of 18, I enlisted in the U.S. Marines and this, may have negatively played a role in my recovery. My first eyebrow transplant was done by Bosley in NYC and this was the only FUT procedure I’ve had. The results were subpar to be extremely generous. They transplanted many 2s and 3s when they should have strictly implanted 1s only. The shape and design of both brows were way off. The hairs implanted either grew vertically or in the wrong direction. Some grew in the correct direction, but, not many. Further, my yield wasn’t high, even the doctor agreed and thus both brows were very sparse and spaced apart. A year later, I was sad but kind of happy because it gave me a sense of hope since “progress” was made. (I was borderline delusional back then.) For my second procedure, I decided to go with Dr. Epstein down in Miami, Florida. This time I had the FUE method done with 250 grafts per brow transplanted. When I arrived there on the day of my procedure, I had a chance to meet Ed Syring, the gentleman who scheduled me for the procedure. I had a chance to sit down with Dr. Epstein for about 15 minutes, which was great because before moving on to the procedure we were both on the same page as to what was going to happen, how many grafts were going to be transplanted, the design/shape of the eyebrows, the density… etc. I was thrilled! From what I remember there were three technicians in the procedure room, all were super nice. And the last thing I remember before I was sedated was one of the techs saying, “Don’t worry, everything will turn out great.” When I woke up, the techs cleaned me up and I was taken to another room to be debriefed as well as given instructions for post-op care. Dr. Epstein stopped by to make sure everything came along according to plan, went over the post-op care procedures with me and then set me on my way. A year later, my yield was truly great compared to Bosley’s results – no delusion this time. The brows were shaped almost evenly, but I did not care because they were close enough. And, I had hair! There were two small areas that needed filling on both brows because there weren’t any grafts growing there. I spoke to Ed Syring about this and he spoke to Dr. Epstein and we both agreed on a touch-up procedure (touch-up procedure was scheduled 1.5 years after the first procedure with Dr. Epstein and 3 years after my procedure with Bosley). I was more than willing, especially since the first procedure went well. For my third procedure, I arrived 15 minutes earlier than I was supposed to and the waiting area was PACKED! There was a lady standing just outside the main door because there wasn’t any room in their waiting area. I made my way through to let the front desk know that I had arrived for my procedure. After waiting 45 minutes, I was let in to Dr. Epstein’s office and soon after, Dr. Epstein came in, asked how I was doing while looking at my brows and said, “same game plan, yes?” I said, “yes sir,” and I made my way to the procedure room. The meeting with him was superfast. The clinic was definitely busy that day, everyone was operating at a much faster pace. This time in the procedure room there were four technicians and I did not know if they were all working on me or what was going on but two of them were coming and going. They were speaking loudly to each other, almost aggressively as if they were in a feud. I could not tell as they were speaking in Spanish. I was sat down and made comfortable in the operating chair, the technician smiled and said “Don’t worry sweetie,” and that’s all I remember before being sedated again. When I woke up, I was taken to another room to be briefed and I was, but, Dr. Epstein never came to check up on me and I was told Ed Syring wasn’t in that day. I didn’t think much of it and on my way out, I asked the front desk where Dr. Epstein was and the lady said he stepped out a while ago and he should be back soon. I had literally just gotten up from the procedure and was still coming in and out of consciousness and I just wanted to get back to my hotel room to rest. So, that’s what I did. One month after my procedure, I had noticed almost all of my eyebrow grafts had fallen out, even the previous ones. I was told that this is expected, even though, I noticed the skin on both of my brows were significantly raised. At four months, still not much and my skin was slightly elevated than before on month one. At eight months, I still had no growth! Not only did I have no growth, the growth I had from my previous procedure wasn’t growing anymore and my skin was really irritated. So, I went to go see a dermatologist that specialized in hair loss and I was told, I experienced massive shock-loss and now had significant scarring on both brows. My eyebrows look 10x worse than my Bosley procedure. I now had almost no hair on both brows and even worse the recipient areas were raised due to scarring and had this red/pink shiny tint to them. I was able to get in touch with Dr. Epstein and when he looked at me all he said was “I’m sorry.” I was pissed beyond belief! I did not want another procedure or my money back. I honestly felt defeated. I spent the following four years getting many cortisone and prp shots to both recipient sites which drastically reduced the elevation caused by scarring. In 2015, I was still bothered that my recipient site looked and felt the way they did. I got myself together and kept researching and scheduled a procedure with Dr. Wong from Hasson & Wong in Vancouver. I felt and still do that if anyone can fix this, it’s one of the best hair transplant surgeons in the world. And so, on December 23rd 2016, I went in for my fourth eyebrow transplant and it was such a great experience! I was their last procedure for 2016. After all the paperwork was filled out, I met with Dr. Wong and the two techs that would be working on me. All three looked at my recipient and donor sites together to come up with the best game-plan moving forward. We all discussed how challenging my case was because of my previous procedures and the scars on the recipient sites. None the less, Dr. Wong and his techs assured me they would do the best that they could to fix my situation. His team is truly phenomenal! There were only two techs in the procedure room and I was not sedated, I was given anesthesia to numb the pain. I was fully able to carry a conversation with anyone at any point during the procedure. The two techs that were working on me were LASER FOCUSED, I was so impressed. There was a moment when Dr. Wong determined that I needed extra grafts and that it would cost extra. However, I had made the trip on an extremely tight budget and one of the techs sensed that without me even mentioning it. She spoke to Dr. Wong and he decided to waive the cost. I was so grateful to him and his team for that. When the procedure was done, I was so impressed by how many grafts they were able to transplant so close together. It was unbelievable. My entire experience with them from start to finish were beyond my expectations. (I was purposely vague with my experience with Hasson & Wong because this post is already lengthy.) Fast forward one year to present day and my results are unfortunately not where I would like them to be. I’ve attached pictures below. I’m scheduled to see Dr. Wong for a follow-up procedure on Jan. 4, 2018 to discuss my case further. I really believe I did not achieve the desired outcome not because of Dr. Wong but because of either or a combination of the below: 1. Scarring 2. Active Alopecia 3. PTSD (was diagnosed in 2015 and think this may have a role in yield) 4. My hair is REALLY coarse and this may play a role, though, I'm not certain. Since my first procedure with Dr. Wong, I did have 4 prp sessions this past year hoping it would help my yield. At the 7-8 month mark, everything was growing beautifully and then during month 9-10 many transplanted hairs would easily fall out and shed. And those hairs don’t appear to be growing anymore. L So, the reason for my post is to gather ideas on how I can stay on top of my graft health this time around. What can I do to further ensure higher yield? Any and all suggestions are greatly appreciated. Should I keep doing prp every 3-4 months after this procedure? Should I start taking Finasteride? I do plan on taking Biotin daily. Last, I promise I’ll keep a much more detailed account of my experience with Dr. Wong this time around. Thanks for reading and making it to the end.
  19. Amazing result Gigantass, congrats!! Quick question regarding the scar, is it unnoticeable because it is high up on your head and you keep your hair long and fade down? Or did Dr. Hasson use Tricho and it's just really thin enough that you can cut it short and not notice it?
  20. This Vancouver area patient in his 30’s was bothered by the thinning of his hairline, particularly in the corners. He wanted the option to wear his hair very short on the sides and back which influenced his decision to choose FUE as the method of extraction. The game plan was to reconstruct the hairline at it’s existing location in addition to reducing the temporal angles. Very pleased with the outcome, he came back in 18 months post-op to show Dr. Hasson his result. 1310 grafts via FUE were used of which 184 were single hair grafts, 677 doubles and 449 were 3-4 hair grafts. A 0.8 mm punch was used.
  21. Hi jcs87, I'm glad you prompted me to revisit this thread. I'm long overdue for an update, particularly since it is a positive one. :-) I've seen excellent growth in the recipient area, and the area of shock loss has improved a good bit as well. The right side still appears a *little* thin whenever I get a fresh haircut and cut the hair there under an inch or so, but it's hardly conspicuous. Furthermore, Dr. Hasson is more than happy to fix up the scar free of charge whenever I can make it to Vancouver again -- i.e. transplant some grafts to the shock loss area. Here are a few comparison photos -- pre-op and 9 months post-op. Note: My wife took the post-op photos using her camera and a blue poster, so that's why the lighting and background are slightly different. Again, now that I've seen good improvement on the shock loss side, I can say very confidently that I'm glad I went with Dr. Hasson. It's worth noting as well that I tend to be a worst-case scenario with a lot of stuff, whether it be food sensitivities, seasonal flu, you name it. I have a feeling that I would've had some degree of shock loss regardless of how much my scalp was babied. Dr. Hasson and his team are very professional if you have to walk through any post-up issues, as I did. And Dr. Hasson's hairlines are among the very best. I'd definitely commend him to you.
  22. Hi Haircharity, I'm doing some research on DR. Hasson and just came across your thread. Would you mind posting an update regarding (1) Growth in the recipient area and (2) what ended up happening with the severe shock-loss and wide donor scar issue.
  23. Thanks for the comments guys! I agree the transformation is quite impressive. PeloDinero: Dr. Hasson estimates another 1,500-2,000 via FUE left in the bank. He would not do another strip.
  24. I read an article on the hairloss cure by 2020 site that's titled "Dr. Hasson Ditches Oral Finasteride." Since this is out there in kind of a big way now, I didn't contact the center directly and thought that maybe one of the reps would want to expand on what that means. Has there been a benefit to this for patients that have been on fin for some time? Is he not prescribing it old patients that are doing well on it? How would you persuade someone to justify the cost difference? etc. Also, how accurate is the article? Did he really ditch oral fin or is he just making it more available as a choice?
  25. Both doctors are well known for their FUT mega session and high- density HT, but in terms of strip scars who is better in producing some most undetectable and minimal scars?
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