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  1. One day I woke up and a huge patch of my hair was missing from the top of my head. To this day I still have no idea how this happened. This completely devastated and destroyed my confidence being a 27 year old male with a huge bald spot in the front of his head. Instead of doing extensive research I just wanted to find the first quick fix as possible and came across Dr. Richard Giannotto website and this was the worst decision I made in my life. I went in for a consultation and was told strip surgery was the best option then i asked about my hairline and beard and was told that could be filled in as well. Signed up for Care Credit dropped the 5k for the procedure and It should of been a red flag when the doctor wasn't even doing the surgery it was 2 assistants who looked like they just graduated out of high school but I still went through with it anyway and now i have this horrible scar in the back of my head for the rest of my life and the surgery was a complete failure. I drive back and forth from MD to VA 2x a week for 2 months to sit under a light for 15 minutes because I was told it would help the growing process. A year after I went back and after seeing no improvement the doctor advised me since i was an African American it may take a little longer for my hair to start growing in and at this time I knew this was complete bullshit and I just got taken and i look even worse than i did before. After waiting another 4 months and seeing no improvement I found the hairrestorationnetwork.com website and start reading other testimonials about Giannotto and realized i had been duped. I found Dr. Lindsay and met with him and decided we were going to do 202 graphs to cover the bald spot in the front of my head and this was a success then we could go from there. Dr. Lindsay actually performed the surgery along with help from his staff and everyone was so nice and it was basically painless and after a week I shaved my head and no one could tell I had surgery. Dr Lindsay took some pictures of the before and after surgery and the 7 days later which I will post and will also post pictures at the 6,9,and 12 month point.
  2. Hi guys, I wanted to make a new topic to highlight the incredible work Dr. Lindsey is doing. He is an absolute stellar surgeon who Ive had an FUE sessions with myself and he is in my experienced opinion one of the most ethical straight talking Drs around. Many of you regular readers will know what a good guy he is as he dedicates a great deal of time to the forums helping educate readers by answering questions and posting results along with informative videos. Only the other day it was highlighted yet again to me what a great stand out Dr he is as he had a patient in his office quite literally pleading with him to perform surgery due to the patients anxiety surrounding his hair loss. This patient had been told by 3 other local clinics that they would all gladly perform a 2000+ FUT session on him. Dr Lindsey categorically turned him down and spent an hour with him talking him down and explained in depth to the patient he was not a candidate and why. (The patient has very minimal loss and is only 21 years old! ) This is just one example of what a gentleman he is and why I'm proud to represent and work for him and in turn help him gain the exposure he deserves as he puts the patient first. If anyone reading is interesting in gaining a very accurate and honest appraisal by Dr William Lindsey of their hair loss and hair transplant requirements then feel free to reach out to me to me via email anytime : support@spexhair.com Even if you do not use Dr Lindsey for your session i highly recommend you use him as a bench mark as to how you should be treated and looked after for your session. See a range of his results and patient experiences here to help : 1. Spex FUE session with Dr. William Lindsey 2.My Experience with Dr William Lindsey 3. 2600 session with Dr William Lindsey 4. My FUE with Dr Lindsey 5. Success with Dr William Lindsey Washington DC 6. My awesome procedure with Dr Lindsey 7. My Hair transplant surgery with Dr Lindsey 8. Very happy I chose Dr William Lindsey 9.Thanks Dr Lindsey for 2400 FUT session ! 10. Patient shares his Dr Lindsey experience - 4536 FU via FUT 11. 6 months post op 3500 FU with Dr William Lindsey A great patient testimonial on video : Educational Videos by Dr William Lindsey View Dr William Lindsey's Video library Visit Dr Lindsy's Articles Dr. William Lindsey's Hair Transplant Article contributions A range of videos where you can get a good feel for Dr Lindsey and his personality and approach. -
  3. You can also consult Dr. William Lindsey in McLean, VA. He is a recommended doctor and not too far from you. Good Luck
  4. Hello everyone. I've been browsing this forum over the last few weeks before I decided to proceed with an FUT hair transplantation with Dr William Lindsey in McLean VA on 12/7/2016. Decision on Doctor: I had 3 consultations at different places. I was originally leaning towards FUE as I tend to keep hair shorter. 1st I went to Bosley in King of Prussia with John Bagley (consultant/sales). Went ok. He recommended 2000-2400 grafts. He said the Dr would be Dr. Michael Cornwell in Philadelphia. I couldn't find much information or reviews on this Dr and most on here recommended staying away from Bosley. My 2nd consultation was with Koher Medical (Bobby Monroe, consultant/sales). He was a little more upfront than Bosley w/ recommending FUT over FUE in my situation for my 1st transplant. The doctor would have been Dr. Grant Koher (I think). He seemed to not be 100% sure who the doctor would be as they are based in NC but do procedures in different areas in the East. My last and final consultation was with Dr. Lindsey. This was by far the best consultation. This was the 1st of 3 appointments where I actually met with the doctor that would do the procedure. And in the office it would be done in. He also had me come during a time when he was doing another case. I was able to visit the patient, ask questions and see a little of how the surgery is performed. How great is that? He was completely honest in his recommendation. He recommended FUT so I could get more grafts for the money and preserve my donor area. He also recommended packing these in the front instead of sprinkling them around like other docs said was possible. I just had too much loss for that to be effective. I decided that night to proceed with Dr. Lindsey. Was an easy decision. On to surgery day. I followed pre-surgical instructions and arrived at his office at 7:30am. We got started right away. I took a valium or 2 and started with the numbing shots. For the most part, pain was very minimal. Nothing worse than getting a shot for a cavity at the dentist, just many times. Once everything was numbed up, it was pretty painless. I'll document how the surgery went in the photos below. Overall, the surgery could not have went smoother. You could tell Dr. Lindsey has done this thousands of times. Dr. Lindsey did a majority of the surgery (numbing shots, strip extraction, strip sutures, PRFM shots, all slits for grafts). Wendy, his assistant did all the placement of the grafts. He had a team of 4 others who worked on the strip/preparing the grafts. Surgery Post Op: Surgery was complete about 2:00. We headed home to York, PA around 2:30. I took 2 pain pills at 2:30. Minimal discomfort throughout the afternoon. Sharpest pain was in donor area about 6:30pm when those pills wore off and probably some of the numbness wore off at same time. Popped two more pills and another about 8:00. Slept in recliner (which I have been doing anyway for 3 months after shoulder AC joint reconstruction surgery). First Seven Days Post Op: I continued with pain pills as needed for first few days. Mostly just stinging and discomfort in the donor area. Recipient area is still pretty numb after 7 days. Have never had any pain in recipient area. Followed cleaning instructions. Will detail this more in photos. I emailed Dr. Lindsey twice throughout the week with photo updated and he responded quickly to both saying everything looked great. Drove back to office on day 7 to get sutures removed. That stung a bit as I didn't really have any numbness in donor area after 7 days. Only soreness I have now is between crown and right side stitches. I think some of the swelling has settled there and is slowly moving out still. Final Review I have been ecstatic since I left Dr. Lindsey's office on how the whole process went from consultation until now. I can't recommend him and his team enough. I will continue to update this post with how things are going. If anyone has questions, feel free to ask. Thanks again to all other users on this site for the valuable information I received before making this decision on a hair transplant.
  5. Here's early followup on a young lady that we did an eyebrow repair case on. She'd had 2 cases done elsewhere and still had low density. I've asked her to spin by in 6 months or so and let me get some final shots. I'd prepared her for a possible touch up before we started, but she already looks good and hasn't fully grown in yet. The video is: William Lindsey McLean VA
  6. I visited Dr. William Lindsey in Virginia last Friday. I sat and talked with the doctor twice; saw and talked to an actual patient who was four days out from a transplant; and spent at least a couple hours talking to Wendy, the doctor's assistant. It was probably not just the best hair consult I have had, but maybe the best consultation for anything I have ever had. I wanted to say thanks to both the doctor and Wendy.
  7. You should contact Dr. William Lindsey, too. I believe he was a plastic surgeon before doing HTs and seems to have a few closure techniques for scar revision. http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/139919-complex-scar-revision-dr-lindsey-mclean-va.html
  8. I find it kind of difficult to get a good amount of post on any one doctor in particular and wish this was structured a little better. I had my first FUT transplant when I was 18 years old back in 1999. I didn't do much research on my doctor and reviews were not as easily accessible as they are today. I ended up with a decent transplant and slightly wider than average scar do to the placement of the incision being too low. My second transplant I did at the age of 24 so sometime around 2006. This time I thought I'd try a reputable company or one that seemed to be. I chose MHR and they did what I thought was an alright job but my scar was much wider than before so I had them do two scar revisions. After the second leaving me with a scar of about 1cm when a bad scar averages about .4cm I called it quits. Both transplants and scar revisions were painful procedures and I left with blood all over my head. I was counting down the minutes between pain pills and left with scabs all over the back of my head which made suture removal painful as well. Over the years I've had a ton of bad haircuts as a result of my scar and was left wearing a hat for several months at a time until my hair was long enough to cover the scar. This prompted me to look into fixing my scar and adding some density to my hairline. I started looking at places and educating myself around 2011 when I found out more plastic surgeons have now taken on the job. This was a great relief thinking that they should be able to make more precise incisions and have better techniques for suturing to ensure a smaller scar. I never followed through with it. In 2015 I decided to finally do something about it and this is when I met Dr. Lindsey. He is an interesting guy that I could relate to and we share some similar hobbies. This made me feel at ease but in a way uneasy as well. He has a different approach or bedside manner than most doctors but don't let that run you off, he does good work. After my scar revision with Dr. Lindsey in January of 2016 it brought to light all my past mistakes. For one I didn't feel like someone was just ripping away at the back of my head and stuffing grafts in the front. It was a very easy going procedure and I felt at ease. There was no ripping or pulling at the back of my head when he removed my scar or placed the sutures. He talked his way through what was happening so I was aware. Oh and the extra hair/grafts he removed from the scar he placed instead of throwing them away like my last two scar revisions with MHR. 5 days post op, I have no swelling, very few scabs on the grafts and absolutely no scabs, from what I can see, on or near my suture line. This was an eye opener for me and I wish I could say he is some miracle worker but in all honesty I think he just takes pride in his work. I didn't leave all bloody and he cleaned both sites (donor and recipient) before wrapping my head in a clean bandage. Overall a great experience and I would recommend him. I will post pictures in a week or two and then in 6 months once my scar has taken on its true size. Hopefully it will stay small or inside of the .4cm mark!
  9. 2600 with Dr. William H. Lindsey 6/28/2012 I had my HT procedure done on June, 28, 2012 by Dr. William Lindsey. Everything went according to how Dr. Lindsey described it. Here's a detailed account of my experience: I barely got some sleep the night before as I was very nervous. I woke up showered then was at the office at 7:30 as the ordered. He took some pix then drew the hairline and asked if I wanted it a little lower or a little higher. I asked for a little lower. Then after agreeing on the hairline pics were taken again. Next, I took one of the valium pills. A few minutes later the doc gave me 6 or 7, if I remember correctly, shots in the donar area. Immediately I started to feel numbness there. Wendey came and shaved the donar area to perpare it to be cut out. At around 8am I was taken into the room where the cutting would be performed. I was on my stomach on a bed similar to the massage beds as it has an opening for the face. Good music was playing in the background and the doc and I were chatting away and before I knew it the cutting was done. I was taken to another room where Dr. Lindsey numbed the recipient area with a number of shots. He then started to make the slits which felt a little funny. Throughout I felt no pain. Next, hair was being placed in the slits. This part took the longest and we had to break for lunch. It wasn't painful at all but the numbness in the back started to wear off and I started to feel a little uncomfortable in the back of my head and the doc came in and gave me more shots. I was done at around 3:15. My sister came to pick me up. I would have to say the whole procedure went much better than I expected. I was very smooth and painless. I was dreading the cutting of the donar area but that was painless and much better than I expected. The next few days I would take pain killers whenever I felt pain. I only felt uncomfortable when trying to sleep. I was afraid of damaging the new hair or scratching it in my sleep. After 4 days my forehead started to swell up and with each day it started to go lower and lower till it got to my eyes and then it went away. I was warned that this might freak me out but honestly I thought it was so funny as I looked very scary in a weird kind of way. My family enjoyed laughing at me! A week from the procedure I had my stitches taken out, which made me feel more comfortable sleeping and wearing a hat. I wore a hat every time I went out and I looked normal. As a matter of fact I hung out with friends and they never suspected a thing... I'm talking 10 days after the procedure!! The new hair started to fall off exactly 19 days post-procedure. I had to keep my hat on for the first 7 weeks whenever I went out. But after that my hair looked like it did before I had the procedure done. Now I'm just waiting for things to happen. I already feel some new grown hair. I don't know if it's native hair or the new hair. I plan to see the doc soon and have his take. In conclusion, Dr. Lindsey and his staff were very cool and professional. I've always had a good feeling about Dr. Lindsey but was fearing the procedure itself. Now, I see how easy it went. Hoping for great results!!
  10. Make sure you have these written down and any other questions you can think of. Also if at all possible take someone with you you trust as your emotions will be running high and its easy to forget to ask the relevant questions. 1.What kind of procedures do you perform does the clinic perform ie. Strip, FUE , BHT - if so for how long and ask to see results and be put in touch with actual patients. 2. What type of donor closure does the hair transplant surgeon use? Does he use sutures or staples, and why does he use his chosen technique? What type and size of instruments does the hair transplant doctor use to make recipient incisions? 3.What is the length of time that this hair transplant physician has been performing hair transplant surgery?Ask about his credentials and experience and governing bodies he /she are assosiated with. 4. How many hair transplant technicians are employeed with their clinic? What is the length of time each hair technician has worked for the clinic? 5. Ask if you are a good candidate and ask for an explanation to why? Ask to see similar comparisons. 6. What is the state of your donor region and how many grafts does the doc feel can be safely harvested in one session and via multiple surgeries / methods? 7. Gain an estimate of how many grafts you require now and also how many are likely to be required in the futured based on your goal. 8. How good your donor laxity and how you can improve this prior to surgery IF required. can they demonstrate 9. Make sure you discuss YOUR exact goals (hairline, temples, forelock, crown, hair density, hair coverage, etc) 10. Ask how many grafts the doctor will use in your balding area 11.Ask if your goals are reasonable and if they can be met with your hair characterisitcs. 12. Establish how suitable you are for a HT in their opinon. 13. Very importantly ask if you can meet or talk to previous patients in similar circumstances to yourself. Also ask to see testimonials and plenty of photos. 14.Ask about costs involved eg. prices of consults(if applicable), amounts per graft and additional aftercare, medications etc as most clinics vary from some degree and its good to know exactly where you stand! 15. Can I get a reduced fee for short notice surgery? Travel reimbursement?and ask how long their wating list is. 16. Discuss medications such as propecia and finasteride to help prevent further loss. Ask if they can perscribe? 17. Does this hair transplant clinic dissect hair grafts from the strip using a microscope? 18. Ask about post op and pre op instructions. Can you have a list (hardcopy) 19. Can you record the entire consultation? If no, walk out. 20. Have they had any HT surgery? If so who with? Red flags "Just had a cancellation and we can see you next week." Discounts Special deals Cold calling by consultants or doctors No results to show No patients to speak to or see Small number of staff ____ Feel free to visit my website: SpexHair Representative and Patient Advisor for: Dr. Bijan Feriduni, Coalition Member,Dr. Alan Feller, Coalition Member , Dr. William Lindsey, Coalition Member and Dr. Scott Alexander, Coalition Member I am not a medical professional and my words should not be taken as medical advice. All opinions and views shared are my own. I am salaried by all the surgeons I work for.
  11. So, today is day 10 after surgery. Everything is still going smoothly. All crusts were off about day 8/9. Had one little pimple pop up in the middle. Looked like a couple more might pop up, but they subsided. I decided to buzz the back, sides and crown today with #1 guard. I think it looks much better/more even. Redness has gotten a little better over the last day or so in recipient area. Hopefully, that continues to improve. Recipient area still pretty numb and seems raised up a bit. I've also begun Finasteride and Rogaine (just on crown area). Hoping to try those for the next year to see if that can help with crown area as we wait for results in recipient. Thanks again to Dr. William Lindsey.
  12. Dr. Lindsey, Like Blake said, I really enjoy seeing patients years down the road and how they're doing. I'm glad to see that this particular patient is doing well and looking good :-). Thanks for sharing, William
  13. Hello, I recently had a hair transplant with Dr. William Lindsey and I thought I'd share my experience and upcoming journey. First off, I don't see many African American posts so I'm hoping that I can provide some insight to others who are curious or skeptical about taking the plunge. I'll start with a brief history about my hair loss: I started to go bald at age 16. It was devastating for me. I tried many options before my first hair transplant including the hair club for men. I had my first hair transplant at 21 with Bosley (500 grafts). I had my second hair transplant with another clinic at 23 (2000 grafts). The second procedure restored my natural African American hairline, but I knew I would need more procedures as I continued to age. Over the years I have used cover-ups in conjunction with the transplanted hairs and it has worked fine. Over the years, the makeup is becoming more and more of a messy burden and I would like to correct my hair loss problem for good if possible. It seems as if I am going to inherit my Dad’s hair loss pattern (5 or 5a) and while disappointing, I am hoping that I can defeat these genes! I’ve spent a lot of time researching good doctors and with the help of Spex, I believe that I've found one of the best in Dr. Lindsey. After our consultation, I felt very comfortable moving forward with him and I appreciated his frank honesty. The Initial Post-Op Days and Photos: So far, so good. All of the grafts appear to still be in place and the area looks really clean. The back of my head feels tight and a little stiff, but that is to be expected. I want to thank Dr. Lindsey and his staff for being professional, curious and extremely efficient (they even provided a little comic relief). He was very accommodating during our visit and even took the time to meet with us after hours the day before the procedure to make sure that everything would go as planned. This procedure was like a walk in the park compared to my last one (A 12 hour pain fest) and my wife was really impressed. After one week the small amount of swelling I had is gone, the stitches are out and everything looks great. We are both excited about what the results will look like! I think its going to turn out great and my scar will be great as well.
  14. My Hair Loss Adventure with Dr. William Lindsey (2461 Grafts)
  15. Patient Testimonial from TomUK - Dr Lindsey asked for me to post here and share patients pictures which we will keep updated. ---------- Hi All Would just like to share my experience I had with Dr Lindsey in Washington. It all started with Spex sending me a e-mail saying they were coming to London for consultations and would I be interested. By the time I replied all the places were taken but I got a cancellation slot and travelled down from Aberdeen for the appointment. I got there early and met Dr. Lindsey and Dr.Feller. After discussion I had made up my mind that Dr. Lindsey was the one for me, he just gave me a good feeling about it and did not promise me the world. He just told me the truth and that is all you can ask when it comes to this. Went out to Washington and met up with Dr.Lindsey the day before the HT. He was very thorough in his explanation as to what could be achieved. The HT went well we got about 3400 grafts. There was no pain but I chose to sleep sitting up until the stitches came out a week later which can be uncomfortable. Had a great week in Washington - saw all the sights and saw Dr Lindsey 3 more times that week which was great as it helped to have Wendy check things out and clean it up as required. Would I recommend Dr. Lindsey? - yes very much so, in my opinion he is very genuine and honest in his assessment on what he can do and you cannot ask for anymore than that. -------
  16. Greetings, all I'm 2 weeks out from my FUT procedure with Dr. Lindsey and all seems well. Sutures were removed on day 7 and it was back to work. My existing hair covered the recipient donor regions so nobody noticed a thing. Most of the scabs were gone by day 10 and it was back to the gym on day 12. I have very little numbness left and little to no redness in the recipient region. I'm currently at day 17 post-op and had a minor haircut yesterday - 1 to 1.5 inch on top, and a #5 on back/sides. Still able to mask both donor and recipient areas. I've attached a few pics to illustrate this. Let me know what you think!
  17. Posted a quick update on my experience with Dr. Lindsey on my blog: Hair Restoration Journal for Bordo643 - ~2200 FUT with Dr. William Lindsey
  18. Hi, I had a horrible hair transplant experience 3 month ago with a recommended doctor which I will share in detail later. Now my only goal is to heal the best possible way so down the road I will be able to shave my head after some repair. My main concern currently is my red and bumpy sometimes itchy recipient area. My recipient never looked good since the operation but I was always told by the clinic that it is normal, I just heal slowly. I never had trouble with healing before. I can't trust my clinic anymore. (among other reasons, they talked me into a 2500 graft fue to the front, not warning me about my ongoing thinning in a norwood 5 area) I have been hiding from the world for 3 months now, and became depressed. I have just read Dr. William Lindsey's post about itchiness and hypertrophic scarring ( Itchy Scalp Post Hair Transplant: Should I Be Concerned? | Hair Loss Q & A ) and became very concerned. My donor also look like crap. I would like to reach out to the experienced forum members and doctors to get an honest opinion of an outsider. Since I could not upload the high-res pictures, I added a link to my picasa album, please check it. https://picasaweb.google.com/112640619773477959199/2015Szeptember22?authuser=0&authkey=Gv1sRgCNjG7MqfovyIxAE&feat=directlink I also need advice who to turn to for a possible personal consultation in Europe who I can trust and who can evaluate my case and help me heal the best possible way, so I can achieve my goal and put this horrible mistake behind me. Thank you
  19. Thank you for the support, but I honestly think that something is wrong with my healing. Maybe it is caused by the poor surgical skills maybe its me, maybe both, I don't know. Now my only goal is to heal the best possible way so down the road I will be able to shave my head after some repair. My main concern currently is my red and bumpy sometimes itchy recipient area. My recipient never looked good since the operation but I was always told by the clinic that it is normal. I never had trouble with healing before. I can't trust my clinic anymore. (among other reasons, they talked me into a 2500 graft fue to the front, not warning me about my ongoing thinning in a norwood 5 area) I have been hiding from the world for 3 months now and became depressed. I have just read Dr. William Lindsey's post about itchiness and hypertrophic scarring ( Itchy Scalp Post Hair Transplant: Should I Be Concerned? | Hair Loss Q & A ) and became very concerned. My donor also look like crap. I would like to reach out to the experienced forum members and doctors to get a second opinion. Since I could not upload the high-res pictures, I added a link to my picasa album, please check it. https://picasaweb.google.com/112640619773477959199/2015Szeptember22?authkey=Gv1sRgCNjG7MqfovyIxAE&feat=directlink I also need advice who to turn to for a possible personal consultation in Europe who I can trust and who can evaluate my case and help me heal the best possible way, so I can achieve my goal and put this horrible mistake behind me. Thank you
  20. You are incorrect about my age, but I believe that if planned appropriately a hair transplant should not be limited by age. Feller has performed a Hairline transplant on a 20 year old. It is well documented. Feriduni has multiple case examples of hairline transplants on 21 and 22 year old NW 2.5s. Dr. William Lindsey has been very vocal on this forum about this issue with the caveat that the hairline be planned appropriately. This black and white thinking is a huge detriment to this forum. Yes caution is good, and it is for this reason that I have many questions which I will ask here to Dr. Bloxham at a later point in time and perhaps he can weigh in on this issue as well. There are diminishing points of return as you age for what you will get back in terms of a psychological boost, and most who seek cosmetic surgery are seeking exactly that. To put it bluntly, I would much rather be a 25 year old with great hair than a 35 year old with great hair. Social media has made society much more superficial in recent decades, and this is something you older guys don't appreciate, or perhaps can't appreciate. Looks determine a disgustingly enormous portion of a person's value today in almost all markets. But I digress. Most guys with your mindset wait until they're bald and then load up the frontal zones to create a natural frame to their facial dimensions anyways, so why delay the inevitable? Appropriate planning mitigates concerns of future loss.
  21. For results presented by Coalition surgeons Dr. James Vogel and Dr. William Lindsey patients, check out our Hair Restoration Patient Websites which are searchable by physician. If you want to expand your geographic area of interest, check out our interactive map for recommended hair transplant surgeons in your areas of interest.
  22. According to Dr. William H. Lindsey answer, his donor strip is 1.6 to 1.7 cm wide, not inch. So are you sure it is 1.6 to 1.7 inch?
  23. mainstream22, Good density in the donor region is typically about 100 grafts/cm^2. Multiplying the length and width of the donor strip gives us a total area of 11.25cm^2. Dividing 1200 grafts by the the total area means that your donor strip yielded more than 106 grafts/cm^2. According to Coalition hair restoration physician Dr. William Lindsey, the average width of a donor strip in his practice is between 1.6 and 1.7 cm or "about the width of a stick of gum". The length will vary depending upon factors such as scalp laxity and target number of grafts. For more details from Dr. Lindsey see the following article form our Hair Loss Q&A Blog, "What is the Average Width and Length of a Hair Transplant Donor Strip?" It's normal for the scalp to feel tight after follicular unit strip surgery (FUSS). I don't know who your surgeon was but, assuming that they planned appropriately for your scalp laxity, I'm sure your scalp will feel just fine in time but it may take several weeks. In the meantime, you should not be hyperflexing your neck. In other words, don't attempt to touch your chin to your chest or otherwise put strain on the wound. This may result in a stretched scar. Best of luck! EDIT: Corrected units from inches to cm.
  24. I'm posting this case for Dr. Linsdey: This patient came to Dr. Lindsey seeking a FUT (strip or "FUSS") scar repair. According to Dr. Lindsey he's a "poor" scar-er and didn't have great donor supply either. A full strip extraction of the scar and closure would likely still result in another poor strip scar. He also had poor donor characteristics, so extracting traditional FUE grafts and implanting them into thickened scar tissue seemed risky as well. Because of this, Dr. Lindsey decided to repair the scar using mFUE. He extracted mFUE grafts, had the grafts dissected microscopically, closed the mFUE sites with sutures, and implanted grafts into the previous scar. Here is a picture of the strip scar "before" Here you can see the mFUE sites closed with sutures (and the old strip scar above) Sutures are out and the mFUE scars are maturing Results at 5 months Dr. Lindsey purposely extracted the mFUE grafts close to the old strip scar so they could be easily compared. As you can see, the sites healed really nicely. Even in this gentleman classified as a poor scar-er. Additionally, the sturdier grafts camouflaged the old scar extremely well.
  25. Met with Dr. Lindsey for a 2500+ graft HT. In hindsight I would allow 10-15 minute buffer time for the commute into McLean VA. A wrong turn can set you back several minutes. Getting started with the numbing shots was your typical needle prick experience. I was amazed to find there was no pain whatsoever with the strip cutting or with the creation of the holes for the recipient area. Dr. Lindsey and his staff are friendly, and professional. They showed me the strip and some of the initial graft work. The procedure ran all day and for the most part I half way napped through the majority of the graft placement. At one point in the afternoon I did feel some minor pain with the placement of the grafts but learned that its better to speak up early on and get a numbing shot. The additional shot (along with Dr. Lindsey's shots throughout the day) took effect almost immediately. They did work around the sensitive area until the shot kicked in. Overall the experience was better than I expected. I read on the forums that pain really isn't an issue and really it was very minor and short when it did occur. On the way home I did feel a bit nauseous, but it was only for about 5 minutes and I felt pretty good the rest of the afternoon. Sleeping the first night was a bit uncomfortable, but I did get some good sleep overall. The trick was just finding enough pillows to get into a fairly upright position to sleep in. Today is the first day post-op and the swelling hasn't started yet. Only had to take one pain pill last night to get a good nights sleep. Doubt I will need any more from here on out. I considered HT a year ago, but wasn't ready. I started Finasteride, http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000FQ73O0/ref=s9_simh_gw_p194_i1?pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_s=center-2&pf_rd_r=1HCRD5F8RX62QGYZ9Z65&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_p=470938631&pf_rd_i=507846, and 1000 mcg Biotin on 6-11-2009. Tried Nizoral for about two months, stopped that and switched to using Nioxin treatments (all 3) for the last six months. Attached photos of the progress from a year ago on the treatments and the HT post-op. 6-27-2009 Just after starting treatments 3-30-2010 People I didn't tell noticed crown area growth around this time 6-42-2010 Just after HT (I got a #2 hair cut a week ago before the procedure) 6-24-2010 Just after HT stitch work Will Hopefully remember to come back and post an update 3-6-12 mo from now. Cheers
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