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  1. Nice video, Dr. Lindsey. Expectations are key. Being an older guy when I started my HT journey, I never had illusions of a 17 year old hair line but today, at 68 (!) I have more hair that 30 years ago and am very happy. I got hair everywhere now!
  2. This nice fellow is about as hard of a case as there is. He's got a limited supply of finer dark hairs, a large bald head to cover, and significant color contrast between scalp and hair. Preoperative expectation management is KEY. Had this guy have been told everything could be covered with thick hair...it would be a disaster for both the patient and whoever was foolish enough to "sell" him that. As it is, we have several examples of guys just like this we show prospective patients with this type of pattern. Roughly half of guys who see results just like this guy, say that its not enough...and if they can't cover that bald spot too, they want nothing. In which case, I'd rather do nothing than sprinkle a few hairs from front to back and have the patient look like a chia-pet. And roughly half of prospective patients think that by framing the face and giving reasonable coverage over the front 1/3 to 40%, that they'd be satisfied. But it is critical that if you are shopping that you look at examples of guys with patterns and donor hair characteristics like yours! Reputable doctors ought to have plenty for you to review before you sign up! The video is: Dr. Lindsey McLean VA
  3. Here is a 10 minute video in which we go step by step through a younger guy's repair case. He'd bought a case sold to him by a salesman, not a doctor 7 or so years ago. In that case, he had too few hairs placed in and amongst hair in an area that was destined to bald. He saw me 8 months or so ago, and then went and got SMP'd to his scar and front... Initially happy, he subsequently noted that about half of his SMP faded in 3 months. So today we go through every step of his repair case. His wife, a nurse took his sutures out yesterday...day 7, and emailed pics. He did less cleaning than I like despite us going through what to do and her calling Wendy a few times..but I get it...he's already had one poor case and he just spent a lot of money to get a repair case done and he's scared to clean. BUT...cleaning is critical as frequent viewers of my youtube and vimeo and website will know. Nevertheless, he'll likely turn out nicely in a year or so. HOPEFULLY he'll send scar pics and followup pics in a month also. The second case in the video is a 50 year old guy who is 4 days ahead of the main patient. He had the same work done and you'll note what happens...he lost everything and has a handful of thin hairs that he slicks back across the top. Fortunately he's got less color mismatch and is tall enough that rarely is his top visible. We did the same case on him and with any luck we'll have followup on these 2 travellers in early 2019. The video is: Dr. Lindsey McLean VA
  4. Thanks for sharing the video Dr. Lindsey. I was curious because I had similar hair loss (Norwood VI). I had over 7,000 FUE grafts completed. Glad your patient is happy with his results and it appears he’s looking forward to getting that crown covered.
  5. Some of you may recall this guy's earlier video. He's a 31 year old guy who has fine hairs, very white skin, and is now 19 months out from starting with us. The day we did this video we did a final case to finish off his current balding crown and hopefully he'll travel back to DC next Christmas to show us the results. I'll send him a link so he can chime in. Most importantly for you shoppers...if you have FINE hair...make sure you know what fine hair transplantation can and cannot do. This guy and his pretty nurse anesthetist wife are very pleased with his coverage even with short hair. BUT if preoperatively we had suggested he'd have a head full of bushy hair...all of us would be disappointed. And I see people coming in every week who swear they were promised a head full of luxurious hair by a consultant who was more interested in the commission than informing the patient of realistic results. Do your research! The video is : Dr. Lindsey McLean VA
  6. I think we've all been there before. Stick around this site and search for the elite or higher recommended docs in the US and plan for round 2 while the current grafts grow in. Konior (Chicago), Rahal (Toronto) and Bloxham (NY area) for example are a short flight away, and there is even a recommend surgeon on here in the Virginia area, Dr. Lindsey. When we talk about thick and natural hair restoration we usually mention something called "dense packing" performed by an elite surgeon with proven results. You can search for cases from the above mentioned docs on this site to see what I mean. Search for Rahal dense packing in the search function on this sight for example. You'll get an idea of what I mean. Here's an example from Ernie's case: http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/attachment.php?attachmentid=90809&d=1456258465 There are usually no major spaces in between the graft placement, while with the work work your doc did I can clearly see largish patches of scalp. http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/attachment.php?attachmentid=116974&d=1515641562 This will lead to a sparse result when it grows in. It could provide you with some modest coverage if you let it grow long and then comb it forward. If you are serious about getting your hair back search the top surgeons on here, since you went with FUT the first time a second FUT would not be such a bad idea and not all that expensive.
  7. "This looks really, really good. I find SMP to be really difficult to pull off, and you guys really knock it out of the park. Prison Break, for sure." Thanks pkipling! The key to these results is partly that I spent a lot of time studying how to design a man's hairline. This started with my own hairloss obsession and education, and hair restoration journey over 10 years ago. I became friendly with some of the world's best hair transplant surgeons (all through this forum) and studied what they were doing and how they designed hairlines. I was fortunate enough to be introduced to Milena Lardi of Beauty Medical in 2011 at Dr. Alan Feller's office. I watched Milena work on a client from Seattle. Dr. Feller, and Dr. Lindsey, observed the work under magnification and both were blown away by the realism. He green lit me going over to Italy to train with Milena. The other key to the results you see is the product I use. The pigment is mixed with an agar that keeps the dots compressed/tight. Plus we only inject at .5mm (upper dermis) with a single-point needle. IMO this allows for the most natural-looking results--the tiny dots truly replicate shaved hair follicles. This also means that the pigment will fade and disappear 100% from your system over time through exfoliation and the pigment being absorbed and expelled via natural processes.
  8. In this 9 minute video, Wendy and I review exactly how we repair a low density hairline and a low wide scar in a health care professional who had a previous case done elsewhere. For many of you this is old knowledge, but some of the newbies may benefit from seeing what to avoid the first time...and how these issues can be repaired. His video was in the pipeline for a while...so the last short segment at his 5 week check showing his really nice early scarring was done after the video was produced...so there is no comment in that section but the patient does tell his experience. The video is: Dr. Lindsey McLean VA
  9. Here's a quick little video where we talk with a 30ish year old man on whom we did a frontal case a few years back. He has curly but FINE hair. We're getting ready to address his crown and of course will add a few hundred singles at his hairline. In the video, Wendy and I review his case and have a short clip where he gives his own thoughts. The video is: Dr. Lindsey McLean VA
  10. In this short video, we show how this medical doctor went from class 5 with very fine hair, to good coverage. We did his front case a year and a half ago, and a second case, adding some to the hairline but focussing on the middle third 5 or 6 months ago. He tells you his experience and hopefully we'll get a final video next summer. Dr. Lindsey McLean VA
  11. In this short 5 minute video, I do the OPPOSITE of what we usually preach...that is I have at least 20 videos showing how we've had to use strip to repair FUE. Well here we have a guy, who had supposedly 2500 grafts in 2 cases by a local competitor, to address the front 3/4 of an inch of his hairline. In addition, he had blunting of the fronto-temporal curve AND a huge, yes I mean HUGE scar. Now matter of factly, this guy has awesome hair to work with, and were it not for his modelling career...I doubt he'd have ever chosen to do any more surgery. But, on a photoshoot, he noted low density and an usual curve where the hairline of the front meets the temples and came in for consultation. Now he has this huge scar and although the original doctor went way too low in strip placement for some reason, the patient clearly doesn't scar well. Combined with awesome resiliant hairs, the need for a relatively small number of grafts...and he's perfect for FUE repair. In fact long time forum readers may recall several of these bad scar guys coming to me for FUE repair. I've even posted how we did a few hundred for my own son who had a 50cent sized scar on his right temple from the removal of a suspicious mole years ago. So take a look at the video and he's local so I expect we'll get followup as this grows in. In fact, assuming this works, and there is no reason it won't...I'll bet he notices low density from those supposed 2500 grafts he bought...elsewhere on his hairline. The video is: Dr. Lindsey McLean VA
  12. So here's a short video where Wendy and I discuss repairing this asian fellow's hair transplant. We excised one of his strip scars from elsewhere and did a small strip, then we did a small MFUE 3 years ago. His hairline is unremarkable now and we show our scars versus his remaining strip from elsewhere. As is common, he's gotten a new girlfriend and wants a little more hair... I had to edit out part of the video as he and Wendy got a bit boisterous about his social life but I expect we'll do a final crown case and update his profile down the road. In the discussion, I do go into the thinking behind most guys having 2 good sized cases...and depending on their hair loss and donor hair characteristics...sometimes we must plan to expect a small bald crown simply because donor hair density won't allow for finishing it off while remaining "normal looking" in the back. Take a look: Dr. Lindsey McLean VA
  13. I did see the dermatologist at kaiser to get a prescription for prooecia 3 months ago .. the first thing he said to me when he first saw me, he said I was going to be bald . , like Bruce Willis .. I was like really is it that bad ? Im 38 n I have no known history of baldness in my family .. me n all 3 of my brothers are Norwood 1. I didn’t even think I had mPB I thought it was just my bad nutrition n me smoking n drinking all the time.. he’s a young doctor ,, a dermatologist with no hair loss .. he doesn’t specialize in hair .. dude didn’t even check my hair for miniaturization or do anything..when I told him I wanted a dht test before I started prophecia so I can have a baseline measurement to see if propecia is working for me after 1 year ... he said there is no dht test .. so I googled it for me him .. then he felt stupid .. n got me the test ..( which came out normal not high n not low .. same with my testosterone level , when I left his office he was like I’m the most knowledgeable patient he has that knows about hair .. in my mind I was like dude this is not what I want in a doctor .. u need to know more than what I can research online .. or don’t be my doctor n telling me imma be bald .. but yeah I can see where he’s coming from I’m having a lot of miniaturized hairs all up top n In the hairline .. I lost a lot of density in the past year .. but bald ? Like Bruce Willis , n Mr burns ?N why he got to say it so mean . .. that’s why I be feeling like imma be bald n started to look into a hair transplant .. .. I also went for a hair consulation with the local doctor that had a 4 star review in my city .. I didn’t even get to speak with him .. had a 10 minute consultation with the sales manager that said yeah You thinning on top n tried to get me to try their artas robot 8.50$ graft n $1500 for PRP.. I got the heck out of there .. it was obvious they don’t care bout me , it was just the money ..they weren’t hair specialists, they just do it on the side ..their main business was facial treatments n boob jobs .. ... I had an online consultation with dr William Rassman , he didn’t rush me into a transplant n wanted me to get a face to face consultation first to do the hair check test n miniaturization test to see where I’m thinning n future hair loss will be n wanted me to be on prophecia first to prevent shock loss ..n also check out their open house to see results of their past patients . But I live 6 hours away.. since Rassman only does FUT , his partner Jae Pak does the FUE so he Pak would do the surgery . n when I talked to Dr. Pak he seemed like a straightforward guy .. when I said I wanted to do the artas robot .. he said I shouldn’t .. that manual FUE was better .. even though they could of made more moneh with the robot $8.50 for the Artas n $8 for the manual fue .. n they also hold patents on the robot .. they helped invented it .. that showed me they don’t need the extra money but rather have me get good results .. so I feel I can trust them with my hair .. I just don’t like that the techs do most the work he just draws the hairline n do the incisons.. I’ haven’t cut my hair for 3 months now so If I have my hair transplant now I can cover up the surgery easily by combing my hair forward n no one will know I had Surgery.. they also fit my schedule .. since I booked it 2 months ago n it’s not too far of a drive .. i don’t want to travel to far at the moment .. I be all by myself n it be a major hassle .. .. if I were to go somewhere else .. Dr. Nader seems kool, he’s cheaper n does most of the work ..
  14. Hi again .. thanks for the comments.. n concern My transplant surgeon is with dr. Jae Pak / William rassman in Beverly Hills .. they are not on the recommended list of doctors but they know their stuff .. they are pioneers of the industry but a bit conservative which is fine with me since my procedure is small n I rather not have them Fuk up .. I want to lower my hairline and do my temporal points to make my forehead look smaller .. then for once in my life I can comb my hair up , instead of hiding behind my bangs .. .. I’m getting married next year to my 25 year old girlfriend .. that’s why I want to do my transplant now , so in October 2018 I be good to go . I look young right now , So no one can tell my tell true age .. if I let my hair recede to a Norwood 3 . I’m going to look my age . N there’s no way imma feel confident in myself to be with her .. confidence goes a long way.. that’s y I’ve always been able to date younger girls .. Also I chose them because they will do a bulk measurement hair check . N miniaturization test to see where I’m balding .. to have a master plan in the future .. ideally if this transplant goes well .. I won’t need another until 5 years hopefully ? Then I will choose a cheaper doctor that’s top notch that’s on the recommended list of this site .. going international for my 2nd transplant to save money .. a couple months ago I felt very depressed .. I went to general doctor n dermatologist at kaiser .. I knew more about hair transplant than them .. I felt so sad .. felt like my hair is just falling out n no one to help me .. this website has given me a lot of hope n knowledge .. so now I have a game plan .. please provide your comments n experience with your own hair loss or transplants .. thanks
  15. I wrestled with myself if I should write here again. I am not liking arguments as I used to, healthy or otherwise. I am growing old and being political for the last 7 years has taken its toll. I am too tired. But, then....Jesus F Christ!! I knew I was going to get brickbats as anyone gets, when one goes against the establishment and a popular notion. But, I din't think I would be this misunderstood. Either, I write piss poorly or you guys are just looking at the surface and not actually looking into what I am saying. This is a classic case of a Jackfruit. I guess Il have to peel my post and the outer thorny layer one by one for you guys to see the well intentioned fruit I had inside. Giving respect and appreciation to a job well done is fine. But, respect to a fellow human is paramount. I could have written my piece in any other 'undeserved, poor growth' refund thread. I had a lot of times in the past started writing and dropped it to avoid conversations exactly like this. I was forced to finally write here, in this thread, after seeing this post from BlessUP. This is disgraceful! This is no way to talk to anyone let alone to a stranger, a doctor and someone with whom you have no business with. This is plain bullying and harassment. This is why I went a bit specific and wrote this part. Otherwise, my post was addressed in general towards the practice of asking for refunds for unsatisfactory growth. Jean has already called me illiterate, insensitive, illogical and my father a substandard lawyer. My poor father unnecessarily dragged in the mud for merely citing him as an example to make a point. Before anyone calls me a shill and a doctor's rep, Bachelors in computer science, Masters in computer science, A Commercial Pilot flying the 737's, I am anything but illiterate. Neither do I have the need or the time to shill for anyone. If you have read my 'PS' in my first post, you'l know I am anything but insensitive. And that post was anything but illogical. If anything was illogical, it was this. A lawyer's son automatically inherits his father's abilities in judging a case? Since when did law get genetically transferred? A mathematics teacher's son has to be great at mathematics then? I could have said all this when I replied to Jean earlier, but, thats not the way I operate. I don't mud sling. More than how many degrees you ve got next to your name, I believe in being honest, compassionate and respectful. I believe I am more of a literate because of that. Besides, I set Jean up by deliberately making that mistake so I can prove him my point. I am not mad at him. I have no problems with him whatsoever. The other reason I wrote this piece here is because, I think Moustafa's is a genuine case that deserves a free fix by any standards. My 'PS' was a key part in that post. Looks like it was conveniently forgotten, which clearly shows my sentiments on this case and how I feel this is a meritorious claim. The following quotes too share the same sentiments of how I feel this is a deserved case. And since when did we become more invested in protecting the doctor's establishment and business? I think it is safe to say Dr. Lindsey or any another doctor for that matter cares more about protecting their business than us. When these kind of statements get repeated, they sound more like a thinly veiled threat than being a harmless observation. If they are indeed harmless observations, then my apologies. Misunderstood again! Why do you take offence Mikey? I never said all the members indulge in this practice. There are threads where quite a few members advocate or endorse a refund. There are threads, where only one or two who shouts for a refund. There are threads where only the thread starter looks for a refund, while the rest shoot him down as he doesn't have a case. There is one even in today's posts. So, I was never questioning the collective ability of the memberships to see objectively. But, a lot of people's minds are infested with this thought of refund as a fall back. As a safety net. There are people who start thinking on those lines even before they get their procedure done. Yes, we are paying big bucks. But, that doesn't justify a refund for unsatisfactory growth. I don't believe in compensation for unsatisfactory growth. Search 'refunds' and 'discounts' and see for yourselves how many such posts are lying out there. My whole post was to point that, because of those posts and complaints and harassment of the doctors, genuine cases like Moustafa's doesn't get its fair due. Mikey, Jean, Mick - I have nothing against you guys. I quoted you guys to just put my point across. Nothing more. Finally, let me make this clear in simple, plain English. Through my post, I was indirectly appealing to Dr. Lindsey's guilt and humanity. And, I strongly believe the chances of the doctor changing his stance is high reading my post than BlessUp's. I have great respect for Dr. Lindsey, for his work and as a person and I implore him to consider my/our plea. This took some considerable time off my evening, when I could have chilled with a couple of cold beers after 8 hours of flying. I will not be indulging in anymore discussions. I consider this subject closed.
  16. Exactly! Humans make mistakes. Even the best of them. It is how you handle them defines who you are. If you had made such a mistake, I would have quoted you and myself and would have said a simple ‘I think you have misread/misunderstood what I meant‘. I would have been sober and mild about it. It was a bait! I made that mistake by choice. That is primarily why I highlighted your name in bold, as I knew you will come swinging at me with all the aggression you got, like I ve seen you in previous occasions. That doesn’t mean you are a stupid boy. I think you are a very smart kid. You have a great head over your shoulders at a very young age, who handled a tricky operation aplomb with some solid ground work. People are different! I am sure you read my ‘PS’ as well. I have said, ‘your donor state is much worse than what it was before going in to the surgery’ and so I will take full responsibility. That is basically what you are expecting the doctor to do too. We both have the same understanding of the situation. Only, the way we approach it is different. The point I am trying to make is, people are different. There are always different approaches and outcomes to the same situation. Same applies to the doctors as well. I was about to cite a horrible necrosis case we all saw recently as an example of doctor’s liability, which begs not just a refund but beyond that. But, if you go around the forum, majority or almost all of the refund cries are for poor growth. And, there lies my gripe. It has set a dangerous precedent. If we had not done that, Dr. Lindsey, whether it was his mistake or not, would probably have fixed ZeroMoustafa for free without batting an eyelid. Like I said, when you cry wolf all the time, there will be no help when the wolf comes for real one day.
  17. This is one part I never understood as a hair consumer myself or otherwise. At the risk of incurring brickbats, I do not agree with patients asking for a refund or a freebie, every time when he or she does not get a result he or she considers satisfactory. I have seen a whole lot of members, innumerable times in this forum either advocating or endorsing this unjustifiable dogma. Why should Dr. Lindsey give a discount or a free procedure? 1. Was he found to be negligent while he conducted this surgery? 2. Was he found to have made a mistake in the surgery skill wise or otherwise? 3. Did he promise a result that he could not deliver? Unless Dr. Linsey was found out on any of the three counts above, I do not see a case morally or legally. Consider this. My mum recently had a knee replacement surgery. 3 days PostOp, she was in a real bad state. Weakness, nausea, dizziness and finally lost her sense of space and reality. Shit was crazy! We rushed her to the hospital. It was found that she was losing blood internally because the surgeon had sutured a vein along with the skin when he closed up. Now, this is a classic example of the surgeon's liability. It is his mistake that resulted in this unsavoury episode. Here, you can hold the doctor responsible and demand compensation. My mum has recovered now. She walks very well. The surgery is a success. Assume there was no error in suturing and the surgery was completely error free and the PostOp was a breeze, only to find out the knee din't respond well as hoped and the surgery was not a success. Can I ask for compensation here? Absolutely not! Because, not all knee surgeries can be a success. Much like any other surgery. Be it heart or hair. Every surgery has a certain probabilistic chance of a failure. We already knew and were told by the surgical team of the possible outcomes of the surgery in detail. So, we would have had no merit morally or legally in demanding a compensation. When you won't ask for a refund if a heart transplant din't turn out as expected, why should a hair transplant be any different? Jean, above here says he 'expects' cosmetic surgeons to compensate if the outcome is not desirable. Why do you expect that? Who made it the norm? Just because its the norm, does it make it an obligation? Lets say I go to a restaurant. Am I obligated to tip the server? Everyone here will agree I am expected to tip the server. It is nice to tip. But, am I obligated to tip? Absolutely not! I’m a chronic over-tipper, so shouldn’t the server refuse my money if the service wasn’t extraordinary? Philosophically, I don’t think one can have it both ways. Either the money is intrinsically tied to performance or it’s not. When a surgery is a success, do any of us pay the surgeon extra money other than the fees we ve already agreed to/paid? If we do, then I see a fair point in asking for compensation when there is a failure. This is not just about medical industry. No industry will or is obligated to compensate, unless the resulting unsavoury condition is because of their implicit mistake or false promises. My dad is a lawyer. No client in his 40 years of practice has ever asked for a refund when he lost a case. No profession or business can run that way. It's as simple as that. I believe it all comes down to an individual s philosophy on how to conduct his business. If the doctor is willing to compensate an undesirable outcome, excellent! Thumbs up to that! But, when one doesn't, it doesn't make him any lesser man. It's a free world. No one is being force fed. Choose the philosophy you buy into. The choice has always been yours! Forums like HRN are an amazing platform to learn and share. By crying wolf all the time, we might put legitimate claims for compensation in danger. PS: ZeroMoustafa, I am sorry if my post seems insensitive and unwarranted when you are suffering. It was more of a generic address than specific to your particular case. I just used Dr. Linsey as an example. Your donor state is much worse than what it was before going in to the surgery. If I was the surgeon, I will take full responsibility and try and fix it the best I can for free, even if your condition was not a result of my incompetence. But, thats just me. I am sorry you ve had complications in your surgery. I wish you a speedy resolution. Cheers!
  18. Wow. This thread took on a life of its own. I'll respond to a few things but won't be back to check the responses as I've seen these threads really go on and on and on, and get side tracked. First off. I can not comment specifically on any one patient's specific discussion as privacy rules prohibit that, plus, I think most personal issues are best dealt with privately, whether good or bad....Hence I'm not on the forums bantering back and forth like some of my colleagues. Secondly, I don't think that permanent shockloss occurs very often. Particularly when earlier postop views of a patient were to not show it. Thirdly, I do think that some people develop thinning of the donor region...whether or not they have ever had surgery. I recall one of my patients, a few years back...who was vocal on one of the forums...was told by me that he was not a candidate for surgery due to low density. He then sought out H and W...who agreed with me and told him not to proceed. He came back to me angry that I would not operate. And I ended up seeing him about 18 months later when he'd had 2 cases, one strip and one FUE...one by a reputable doctor known to this community...but unfortunately he'd had very little result plus a wide strip scar, plus lots of fue marks.... AND even thinner donor region hair density. Fourth, on all....patients (again I cannot give specifics) I discuss and document this discussion in the chart about donor density and give a range of scar results and tell the patient that they may need 3/4 inch hair FOREVER. I know that I've posted that on 3 forums over the years and in several of my videos. There is never a reason for OUR patient to not be aware of potential scarring. I'm very upfront with everyone on pretty much everything but specifically scarring. Reason being: I've done now 4003 facelifts. I sew well. And I still get 4 crappy scars every year on hair patients. I've said that for 10 years or more online... If I just knew who those guys were preop..... and we every year have one, maybe even 2 guys who don't grow well....and EVERY patient I meet with hears that TWICE. Again if only I knew which person it would be preop.... Fifth, patient physiology plays a role in scarring, growth, generalized aging...everything. Now I can hear the collective gasp of many naysayers on the forums that us doctors use that to get out of stuff...but having practiced medicine for 27 years....everyone is different. There are no guarantees...only LIKELYHOODS. And yes, every single one of our patients hears me say that the day of their consultation and on the day of the surgery BEFORE the valium. And its in many of our videos. Sixth, I generally want good results as much as if not more than our patients. I say that because at least half our our patients do not follow our instructions, don't clean well...and who knows what else...I've put up videos of some of the classic examples (patients pulling out grafts etc)....but I do want good results for all of our patients. We do 40 repair cases a year and I am amazed at the low standards of our industry in general. And the skeptics on this and other forum have ample reason to hammer poor results and frankly I don't think many doctors really care...or there would be higher standards. But there would still be cases that either don't grow well for some reason...patient, doctor, or both, and there would still be patients who for some reason lose hair down the road. So to summarize, I do take it personally when folks of ours don't get the results that I want. I can't predict who will thin in the future but the number of patients that happens on is really quite low, but not zero. And EVERY one of our patients hears me say that at least twice. I do think that in general forums like this do help patients to make the best and most informed decisions possible, and despite the occasional doctor bashing...sometimes deserved sometimes not...I think that if every potential patient spent an hour or 2 on the forums before their first consultation with their first doctor, the need for repair work would plummet. But it would not reach zero. Dr. Lindsey
  19. So many of you guys have heard me preaching on how smoking causes everything from poor hair growth, to bad scars, to cancer... Well to show I'm not always right, take a peak at this video. This 3 pack a day smoker may have the best scar I've ever done in 23 years. Now its early, things could change, but almost certainly he'll wind up with an imperceptible scar next year. I still believe his smoking, which he'd promised to quit, WILL affect his hair results, but we'll see how that goes too. Dr. Lindsey
  20. Take a look at this guy. He's 11 months out from 2700 or so up front, has fine hair, a big color contrast...and an awesome result. I didn't even recognize him when he rolled in last week. The video includes a short interview. Enjoy. Dr. Lindsey
  21. Thanks for your comments everyone. In situations like mine with less than satisfactory outcomes, fault can lie with the doctor, the patient or the patient's body/genetics. From what I can tell Dr. Lindsey did his job well, and where he could have done better but fell short, he was the first to tell me and express regret. My opinion of him is that he's honest and direct - good news or bad news, he'll give it to you straight. I could nit-pick over small things but as far as I can tell, nothing he did caused my problem. I also know that I did everything he asked me to do as far as taking care of my hair post-op, so that wasn't the cause either. That leaves my body/genetics. Maybe my hair is extremely intolerant of the stretching and trauma that comes with FUT. I did lose sensation at the back/top of my head much longer than most people and felt numbness well after the first year. Moving forward, I'm going to wait another month or two and see what can be accomplished with hair styling. If I'm still dissatisfied after that, I'll consider SMP and donor repair with beard/body hair.
  22. Yea I think your doctor makes alot of money and his prices are very high; he should comp you for PRP + A-Cell AND pay for your SMP and give you a refund. Shame on Dr. Lindsey.
  23. Sorry for the late update. I was reluctant to return to this thread (because no good news sadly), but given how much benefit I have derived from others sharing their experiences here, it's only fair that I contribute back, especially since people messaged me inquiring how things went. Dr. Lindsey and I had a lengthy discussion and went over my photos - pre-op, during-op and post-op at various stages (I checked in regularly). He was very surprised that there was in fact what appeared to be permanent donor-area shock loss. He said he had never seen it in his professional experience and suggested I see an endocrinologist just in case. I had a full physical (was due anyway) and then had extensive blood-work done with an endocrinologist. Everything came back normal and the endocrinologist also remarked that even if it had been a hormone issue, the effects would be dispersed and wouldn't only affect the area around the scar as in my case. Dr. Lindsey empathized with me in my situation and offered to do the platelet rich plasma treatment for half-price. I decided not to do it in large part because he assessed a low probability to it helping and who wants to pay money to get injected with needles if it's a shot in the dark? Dr. Lindsey said one other thing, which I really hope is true, which is that perhaps the hair in that area had gotten into a weird cycle where a lot of it shed at the same time. I have no proof of this being the case but that would be amazing! I'm checking periodically and nothing's changed so far. I'll of course update if anything does. In the meantime, I've started taking biotin and using a shampoo with Ketoconazole every few days. In the end, the thing that will probably help the most is finding a good hairdresser and sticking with him/her. I had one for years who had figured out how to disguise the situation in the back, but then she moved away, which is actually what precipitated this whole thing. I got a haircut from a new hairdresser who I didn't instruct sufficiently well on how to cut my hair.
  24. This is a really nice fellow, about my age, who'd had several cases in the past...sprinkling hair around the head. This ALWAYS leads to eventual dissatisfaction as when the native hair goes due to MPB...whats left is never dense enough. So he was worried about his midline. Last fall we trimmed and packed the partline...NOT THE FRONT...and he looks great. Plus, he's probably not entirely fully grown in yet. He now notes that we probably should have done the front and right part. We'll hit this just after new years. The video is: Dr. Lindsey
  25. Dr. Lindsey, I believe the third procedure he completed with you made him impervious to aircraft crashes. Now there is another reason for hair restoration! LOL! Seriously though, he is incredibly lucky to survive. Maybe he has an angel looking out for him? ArochaAngel4247
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