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  1. Hello fellow forum users, here's a bit about my FUE journey and finding out something important that I did not find in my years of research prior to my first FUE. And that is, extraction punch size. A smaller punch size will help with the healing & scarring and may prevent shock loss. *Different doctors use different punches*. In 2017 I had 2700 FUE with Dr. Diep. He was an ok doctor, friendly, friendly staff, but he seems to have used a fairly large punch size, larger than what was required from my recent doctor. I was not impressed that as I was laying on the procedure chair almost falling asleep form the drugs, Dr. Diep mentioned (in a cheery joking fashion though) to move quickly as he had a concert to attend that night. Coming from out of country - Canada - that was disappointing knowing now he was confined to certain time restraints, where 2700 FUE is a big job. He was very quick with the extraction punch, I woke up for parts of it, and couldn't believe how fast someone could extract single hairs. At the time this was impressive, but now realize this may not be best practice. It seems a larger punch may enable faster extraction, but makes for more scarring and difficult healing. Dr. Diep's office also had poor follow up, as twice i had emailed sending in pictures to ask if healing looked ok or asking questions on ointment use on donor area and had no response for a while each time, so I called after a few days to a week of waiting then sure enough they would open my email and give a simple answer over the phone. I am also disappointed in having my procedure on a Saturday as Dr. Deip's office was closed on Sunday so my wife had to do my first donor area wash on Sunday. This was not ideal, but we went in Monday/Tuesday for cleaning at Dr. Diep's office. Cleaning was ok, but there was lots of pain due to how large of a procedure I had and extraction tool size. I had trouble sleeping for almost 3 weeks due to pain and the sensation in my donor area, it felt really uncomfortable and numb. I recently had 1500 FUE with another doctor, and it was quite a different experience, a smaller punch size overall, and a tiny punch size for single hairs above neck, much better healing process, almost no pain meds required during operation or days after, amazing follow up from the doctor and staff, more on that later). I got the pics down to size for easy viewing, but less detail is shown. You're welcome and sorry. Enjoy Pre-Op (2017 - Dr. Diep) Immediate PostOp (2017 - Dr. Diep) Notice extraction up to crown (some are hairs presumably susceptible to further thinning, so not ideal for transplant). Also, the extraction punch size can be seen from picture 3 is quite large. Day 1 (Dr - Diep) Day 6 (Dr. Diep) Day 10 (Dr. Diep) Day 15 (Dr. Diep) Day 33 (Dr. Diep) - Lots of what appears to be shock loss. Most of it temporary. Donor area still very red, was pretty embarrassing at work, tried to wear hat as much as possible. Terrible time Month 4 (Dr. Diep) Month 6 (Dr. Diep) - All turned out ok with this hair length. The sides show some thinning depending on how my hair is cut. The back held up much better. Month 12 - depending on hair length, thinning shows through on the side. Buzz cut is pre-op for 2nd procedure at different clinic. (Pre-Op for 2nd FUE) Overall I'm mostly ok with the results, the hairline looks pretty natural but I really dislike how large of an extraction punch was used, the scars show with a buzz cut, or if my hair is not quite combed the right way. I would recommend Dr. Diep if doing a smaller amount of grafts, and location is nice in Los Gatos. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Next procedure - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Since I did not want to go through this healing process again, I sought out another doctor. I really liked Dr. Konior's results and post-op day of procedure pics, however he was fully booked, I then spoke with the other doctor at his office, Dr. Nadimi. She was great, very knowledge and very thorough in our email's/skype coonsultation. Her reviews/results were great, so I booked in 7 months in advance. The procedure with Dr. Nadimi could honestly not have been any better, everything was great! She methodically extracted every hair by taking time to line up the punch each time (I was awake for most of procedure). Only meds I took were two valium before procedure, all pain was handled with local anaesthesia, and there was no pain during extraction/implanting (only the initial anaesthetic needles I could feel). For a couple days after I took ibuprofen just to prevent pain, but it was really good anyway and sleeping was great every night, no pain. Worst part of the whole things was sitting in a hotel confined to my room for the most part ha ha, watched lots of Netflix! I went to Dr. Nadimi's office everyday for a week after the surgery (I didn't have to, but since I was in town they requested I do so if i wanted, so I did ). They cleaned my donor for first 3 days, then I took over as it was healing great. They were super friendly and Dr. Nadimi stopped to see me each visit to see how it was healing. Here's the pics so far, everything is going well!.... (pre-op posted above as Month 12) Here's some more pics. Keep in mind, still see some scarring from first surgery, and hair is a bit thinner from already having a surgery. Enjoy. Post-Op (2018 - Dr. Nadimi) Day 2 (Dr. Nadimi) - my wife couldn't believe how small the extraction punches were Day 3 (Dr. Nadimi) - healing very well! Keep in mind there's some scarring and thinning from previous procedure. Day 8 (Dr. Nadimi) - things are going well! That's all I have for pics so far, I'm almost 2 weeks now, and everything is great!
  2. Hi Everyone - I am a patient of Dr. Panine and this is my review of my 2,600 graft FUE procedure. Right now I am just about 18 months post op and could not be more thrilled with the results. Initial Consultation For about a year I combed through what seemed like hundreds of pages of internet research on hair loss and hair transplant doctors in the Chicago-land area. I settled on three possible options for my procedure and decided to make an initial consultation with each of them. What I felt set Dr. Panine and his team apart was their commitment to me. Starting with Stuart and all the way through the whole team I always felt like they had my best interests at heart -- and most importantly they listened to me. Dr. Panine and Stuart addressed my questions and concerns and then we got out to building a plan of attack. What also stood out to me was that Dr. Panine never over promised anything. Looking back 18 months later I can honestly say he delivered exactly what he said he would deliver on. The team was very upfront that no one can accurately predict hair loss and gave me some guidance and best practices for after my operation. I really liked this because I felt like I was creating a partnership with them for the long haul, as opposed to just having my procedure and then they'd be done with me. This really helped make my decision to go with Dr. Panine much easier. Pre Op Over communication became a theme throughout this process -- and I was very grateful for that. Stuart and I chatted a few times a week leading up to my procedure and he made sure I had everything I needed and that if I had any questions he was right there to answer them. Day of Op In total my procedure lasted about 12 hours -- but honestly the day flew by. My comfort was paramount to the team that day, they really made me feel welcome. Dr. Panine made sure he explained everything upfront as well as he went along. He allowed me to ask questions, get up and stretch and make sure I always had enough food and water. Having the big screen TV at my disposal was an excellent touch as well! At the end of the day Stuart was nice enough to drive me home -- what a stand up guy he is. Post Op The next day I came back into the office and Stuart took off my bandages, cleaned up me and took some photos. The recovery from there was all exactly as Dr. Panine and Stuart said it would be. The team communicated with me very well and helped me get everything moving in the right direction for a speedy recovery. The swelling lasted a few days and after that we were off and running. I met with Dr. Panine & Stuart every few months just to do a status check and what always amazed me about these meetings was how on top of everything they were. They helped me understand how things were progressing and what to expect next. Overall the recovery was very smooth and I was one of the lucky ones who progressed a bit faster than normal. It was such a great feeling to wake up every morning and see what new progress I had made. I kept my own journal of pictures that I took each month -- going back and looking at them is nothing short of amazing. Conclusion The decision to have this procedure done absolutely changed my life. I know this sounds super cheesy but I honestly feel like a new person. Choosing Dr. Panine really came down to his personal touch, commitment to me and the ability of his team to go above and beyond my expectations. I would be remiss if I didn't give a huge shout out to Stuart as well. His kindness, understanding and ability to communicate makes him one of the best in the business -- he is truly a difference maker. I would recommend Dr. Panine not only for artistry, care and execution -- but also because Stuart is there to make you feel confident about the process the whole way through.
  3. Hi Everyone - first time poster. I am a 32yom Norwood IV/IVa in the Chicago area considering FUE. Given my work schedule, I unfortunately have a very limited time period that I can get the procedure performed. I have searched the forums and understand that the recommended doctors are Drs. Konior, Keller, and Panine. Dr. Konior is no longer taking new consultation dud to his wait period. He has recommended Dr. Nadimi - I have not had a consultation and understand that she is new. I have consulted with RESTORE under Dr. Katona - and overall had a positive experience with realistic expectations and a price point that was within range (2000 FUE for approximately 12K). There have been no recent reviews of his work or discussion outside of him working on celebrities (Urlacher, Deion Sanders, Ryne Sandberg, etc). I was hoping people could comment on their experience with RESTORE, what are any hesitations going with them, and value (price for quality) relative to the others. Comments on the others would also be appreciated: 1. Dr. Katona/RESTORE 2. Dr. Nadimi (pricing same as Konior?, results?) 3. Dr. Keller 4. Dr. Panine
  4. This 42-year-old gentleman had a hair loss pattern similar to a class 4v on the Hamilton Norwood hair loss scale. This patient also had a hair transplant procedure over 10 years ago. His goal was to rebuild his hairline and add density to the frontal 1/2 of his scalp. Taking his age and hair loss into consideration we came upon an agreement for what would suite his expectations and reconstruct a hairline that would be suitable for him as he continued to age. A total of 2,590 grafts were used. I used a significant amount of single hair follicular units which allowed me to create a very natural hairline. This action will allow him to comb his hair without anyone detecting that he has had anything done. These are his results 18 months post-op and he will continue to get more improvement over the next 6 months. The patient is extremely happy with his results.
  5. This 35-year-old gentleman had a hair loss pattern similar to a class 4v on the Hamilton Norwood hair loss scale. His goal was to rebuild his hairline and add density to the frontal 1/2 of his scalp. After establishing his medical history and understanding the progression of his hair loss, I diagnosed his condition as Androgenetic Alopecia (male pattern baldness), ruling out any other possible dermatological or medical conditions which can cause hair loss. Taking his age and hair loss into consideration we discussed his expectations and goals. The patient’s goal was well suited to his needs and therefore I planned the surgery accordingly. I wanted to reconstruct a hairline that would be suitable for him as he continued to age. A total of 3,648 grafts were used. I used a significant amount of single hair follicular units which allowed me to create a very natural hairline. This action will allow him to comb his hair without anyone detecting that he has had anything done. These are his results 7 months post op and he will continue to get more improvement over the next 6 months. The patient is extremely happy with his result and is taking finasteride 1mg to control further hair loss.
  6. Hey guys, This is my first post and I wanted to share my journey and hair transplant by Dr. Raymond Konior, who is located in the Chicagoland area, US. I had roughly 3950 grafts all placed by his skillful hands and have been extremely pleased with the progress so far. It hasn't even been three months since my July 2012 procedure but I felt I should start a post to encourage anyone else interested. This network truly helped me get to the decision I feared regretting-- going with a bad surgeon. So for that I thank you guys. Fear not with Dr. Konior, he's an artist like many have stated prior; particularly with realistic density and masterful hairlines. Below are images from the night before the procedure, 3 days after, and 2.5 months in. Here's to more progress. Let me know if you have any questions or thoughts. Hair Restoration Site for Sam Spade
  7. This 27 year old gentleman had a hair loss pattern similar to a class 4v on the Hamilton Norwood hair loss scale. His goal was to rebuild a conservative hairline and add density to the frontal 1/3-1/2 of his scalp. In addition, he wanted to have a conservative hairline that will be age appropriate. Taking his age and hair loss into consideration we came upon an agreement for what would suite his expectations. After establishing his medical history and understanding the progression of his hair loss, I diagnosed his condition as Androgenetic Alopecia (male pattern baldness), ruling out any other possible dermatological or medical conditions which can cause hair loss. The patient’s goal was well suited to his needs and therefore I planned the surgery accordingly. I wanted to reconstruct a hairline that would be suitable for him as he continued to age. A total of 3,542 grafts were used. The break down was as follows: 1,331 single hair grafts, 1,509 two hair grafts and 702 three hair grafts. I used a significant amount of single hair follicular units which allowed me to create a very natural hairline. This action will allow him to comb his hair without anyone detecting that he has had anything done. These are his results 8 months post op and he will continue to get more improvement over the next 6 months. The patient is extremely happy with his result and is taking finasteride 1mg to control further hair loss. He does understand that he might need an addition procedure if he would like more density or does have any further hair loss down the road.
  8. This 49-year-old gentleman had a hair loss pattern similar to a class 4v on the Hamilton Norwood hair loss scale. His hair is a very fine, light brown, but starting to turn slightly grey. His donor area was above average, which allowed me to get a good amount of grafts. His goal was to be able rebuild his hairline and add density to the frontal 1/3-1/2 of his scalp. In addition, he wanted to have a conservative hairline that would be age appropriate. Taking his age and hair loss into consideration we came upon an agreement for what would suite his expectations. After establishing his medical history and understanding the progression of his hair loss, I diagnosed his condition as Androgenetic Alopecia (male pattern baldness), ruling out any other possible dermatological or medical conditions which can cause hair loss. The patient’s goal was well suited to his needs and therefore I planned the surgery accordingly. I wanted to reconstruct a hairline that would be suitable for his age. A total of 3,383 grafts were used. The break down was as follows: 1,692 single hair grafts, 1,494 two hair grafts and 197 three hair grafts. I used a significant amount of single hair follicular units which allowed me to create a very natural hairline. This action will allow him to comb his hair without anyone detecting that he has had anything done. These are his results 2 years post-op after his first procedure. The patient is extremely happy with his result and is taking finasteride 1mg to control further hair loss. He does understand that he might need an addition procedure if he would like more density or does have any further hair loss down the road.
  9. This 42 year old gentleman came to me with general thinning from the hairline to the crown. His hair loss can progress to a class 5 pattern. His goal was to transplant into his pre-existing hairline and add density into the frontal ? of his head. The goal was also to make sure that it was age appropriate for him now and would also look good as he continued to age. The patient wanted to be able to comb his hair back without any detection of scalp showing in the frontal ? of his head. It was explained to him that there was a possibility that he could lose more of his own hair down the road and would possibly need another session if it thinned more. These are his results at the 5 and 8 month mark after 3,857 grafts. There should be more improvement over the next 4-6 months.
  10. This 43 year old gentleman came to me wanting to improve the overall appearance of his hair. His goal was to keep a conservative hairline to fit his age now and one that would look good as he continued to age but he also wanted to add more density into the frontal 1/3 of his scalp. He elected to go with the FUE procedure. He received 2,680 grafts. Here are his results 7 months post-op and it will continue to improve over the next 5-8 months.
  11. This 27 year old gentleman came to me wanting to improve the appearance of his hair. He was looking to augment his hairline and add as much density into the frontal ? as possible with a FUE procedure. I explained to him that we would need to keep his hairline conservative so that it would be age appropriate now and as he continued to age. I also explained that with his degree of hair loss that he would not have as much hair or density as what he had before he lost his hair, but that he would have a considerable improvement; from the front it will look like his hair loss is minimal. I was able to get 2,802 follicular units with a FUE procedure. We agreed that he should continue to take finasteride to try and stabilize further hair loss, but that there was a possibility that he could lose more hair down the road and would need further work if he wanted to keep the same look as what he had after this procedure. These are his results 8 months post-op, which will continue to improve over the next 4-6 months.
  12. This patient initially presented at age 57 with a request to restore his frontal hairline. He was a lifelong performing musician and had hoped to restore a bit of his youthful hairline glory to complement his appearance on stage. He received a total of 3870 grafts for his hairline restoration. I saw him annually for 3 consecutive years and was able to take photos with different hairs styles and hair lengths over that time period. Also presented are some views with the hair parted directly through the graft zone for inspection of the density gain that was obtained. The part views were taken during his 3 year postop check at which time he had just celebrated his 60th birthday.
  13. This 24 year old gentleman was a class 3v. After establishing his medical history and understanding the progression of his hair loss, I diagnosed his condition as Androgenetic Alopecia (male pattern baldness), ruling out any other possible dermatological or medical conditions which can cause hair loss. His goal was to achieve a natural looking hairline with as much coverage as possible into the frontal 1/2 of his scalp. I explained that the procedure would give him enough density in the front half of his scalp so that when he combed his hair, it would not appear as though his hair was thinning. As we planned the surgery, we needed to take his age, present degree of hair loss and possible further hair loss into consideration. Each surgery needs to address the main concerns of a patient so no two plans are the same. We agreed that it would be best to still keep some temple recession so that it will look good for him at 24 but it would still look good as he ages. I also explained that if he wanted more density, after his first procedure, that his donor area would support another procedure. This would allow him to add more density into the frontal area or into his crown. I also explained to him that there was a possibility that he could lose more of his own hair. If this was to happen the transplanted hair would be able to stand alone and still look natural, but he would need another procedure to bring it back to the way it looks now. He had a total of 3,577 grafts. The break down was as follows: 1,658 single hair, 1,569 two hair grafts and 350 three hair grafts. These are his results 10 months post-op and it will continue to improve over the next 2-5 months. The patient is on Finasteride and is extremely happy with his results.
  14. This 58 year old gentleman was a class 4v, but really heading towards a class 5. He had a very small hair transplant procedure that consisted of a few hundred grafts over 25 years ago. After establishing his medical history and understanding the progression of his hair loss, I diagnosed his condition as Androgenetic Alopecia (male pattern baldness), ruling out any other possible dermatological or medical conditions which can cause hair loss. This patient’s objective was simple; he did not want to have a large procedure but he wanted to achieve a very conservative hairline and look younger. That said, he also wanted a FUE procedure. As an executive in a business environment, he felt that his hair loss was starting to impact other’s perceptions of him and he was in an industry where perceptions were important. His hair was making him appear older than he actually was. His feelings were understandable and his goal achievable. That said, I explained that there was a possibility that he could lose more of his own hair. If this was to happen the transplanted hair would be able to stand alone and still look natural, but he would need another procedure to build it back up. To plan the surgery we need to take his age, present degree of hair loss and possible further hair loss into consideration. We agreed that it would be best to keep some temple recession so that his result would look good for him now, at 58, but also look good as he continues to age. We had planned to utilize 1,500 FUE grafts, arranging them into the frontal 1/3 but we actually ended up doing over 1,700 grafts. We transplanted a total of 1,749 grafts. The break down was as follows: 793 single hair, 689 two hair grafts and 267 three hair grafts. I used a significant amount of single hair follicular units on his part side/right side. The hair on this side needs to work hard and will shingle over the middle and left side of the scalp. This action will allow him to comb/style his hair without anyone detecting that he has had anything done. These are his results 10 months after his procedure. I think his results go a long way in showing the hair loss community that you can get great results with a small number of grafts when the procedure is done correctly. Remember that his goal was to look younger; this goal was definitely achieved. I understand that when he tilts his head all the way back, he looks very thin in the crown, but people do not walk around holding that position. You have to keep in mind that this was an FUE case, yet the yield this patient achieved was as good as if it had been a FUT procedure. Needless to say, the patient is extremely happy with his results and is considering another procedure to add some density.
  15. This 31 year old was a class 4. After establishing his medical history and understanding the progression of his hair loss, I diagnosed his condition as Androgenetic Alopecia (male pattern baldness), ruling out any other possible dermatological or medical conditions which can cause hair loss. This patient’s objective was to rebuild his hairline and add as much density as possible to the frontal ? of the scalp. I explained to him that we need to take his age, present degree of hair loss and possible future hair loss into consideration when planning the surgery; it would be best to still keep some temple recession that will look good for him at 31 and will also look good as he ages. Additionally, I explained that there was a possibility that he could lose more of his own hair. If that was to happen, the transplanted hair would be able to stand alone and still look natural, but he would need another procedure to bring it back to the way it looks now. He had a total of 3,419 grafts. The break down was as follows: 1,452 single hair, 1,742 two hair grafts and 225 3 hair grafts. I used a significant amount of single hair follicular units which allowed me to create a very natural hairline. This action will allow him to comb his hair without anyone detecting that he has had anything done. These are his results 10 months post-op. Patient is extremely happy with his results.
  16. This 40 patient underwent staged restoration of his thinning frontal and crown regions. He first received 2100 grafts for his frontal hairline restoration. He returned 3 years later for a 2000 graft crown restoration. Presented here are 3 year postop photos from the frontal restoration. Also shown is an immediate postop taken on the same day following his crown procedure.
  17. This 25 year old was a class 3 going into a class 4. After establishing his medical history and understanding the progression of his hair loss, I diagnosed his condition as Androgenetic Alopecia (male pattern baldness), ruling out any other possible dermatological or medical conditions which can cause hair loss. I explained to him that we need to take his age, present degree of hair loss and possible further hair loss into consideration when creating a surgical plan. I explained that it would be best to create a conservative hairline that will look good for him at 25 and also look good as he ages. It was also pointed out that with one procedure I would be able to add more coverage through the frontal 1/3 to ? of his scalp. I also explained that there was a possibility that he could lose more of his own hair. If that was to happen, the transplanted hair would be able to stand alone and still look natural, but he would need another procedure to bring it back to the way it looks now. I was able to harvest 3,688 grafts. The break down was as follows: 1,419 single hair grafts, 2,068 two hair grafts and 201 3 hair grafts. I used a significant amount of single hair follicular units which allowed me to create a very natural hairline. This action will allow him to comb his hair without anyone detecting that he has had anything done. These are his results 1 year post-op. The patient is extremely happy with his results.
  18. This 27 year old gentleman came to me with the goal of rebuilding his hairline and adding as much density and coverage as would be possible. After establishing his medical history and understanding the progression of his hair loss, I diagnosed his condition as Androgenetic Alopecia (male pattern baldness), ruling out any other possible dermatological or medical conditions which can cause hair loss. I explained to him that we need to take his age, present degree of hair loss and possible further hair loss into consideration when creating a surgical plan. I indicated that it would be best to create a conservative hairline that will look good for him at 27 but also look good as he ages. As we discussed all of his options, I pointed out that with one procedure I would be able to add more coverage through the frontal 1/3 to ? of his scalp. If he wanted more coverage than that, he would need a 2nd procedure. During the procedure, I was able to harvest 3,480 grafts. The break down was as follows: 1,425 single hair grafts, 1,906 two hair grafts and 149 3 hair grafts. I used a significant amount of single hair follicular units which allowed me to create a very natural hairline. This action will allow him to comb his hair without anyone detecting that he has had anything done. These are his result 8 months post-op. The patient is extremely happy with his result and mentioned that he has received many positive comments about his appearance.
  19. A bit about myself: I'm a 32 year old male and I've had a receding hairline since I was about 24. I jumped on propecia (half a pill) and rogaine relativitly soon thereafter, and either because of that or just because of genetics, the rest of my hair is actually quite full and healthy. I'd say I'm an aggressive Norwood 2 on my left side and a Norwood 3 on my right side. I became adept at using my forelock to cover my hairless but even that slowly became less effective and it was also annoying to have to worry about strategic hair placement all the time. Most people, if they found out I had a hair transplant, would say I didn't need one, and it's true I never felt I needed one, but now that I've had one, it only validated my belief that a modest change to my hairline would make a significant aesthetic result. Now onto that: I had waffled with the idea of having a hair transplant for years. Being relatively young and having most of my hair in tact, I juggled feelings of doubt (would I regret filling in my temples if all the rest of my hair falls out in the next ten years), money (hair transplants are not cheap!), guilt (with so many balding people who would love my hair, was I being shallow in wanting a relatively minor area filled) and even basic philosophical questions like "given I can't stop my body from aging, isn't it better to just accept aging as it comes instead of trying to fight it, which is a guaranteed losing battle?" But recently I decided to stop overthinking things and adopt the theory that if I did my research and gave myself enough time to reflect that this is what I really wanted, then I could go forward with the surgery and live with whatever consequences there were, knowing I educated myself as much as I could at the time. Thus, I met with a number of doctors and did an insane amount of research, to the point I became an untrained expert on hairloss, and ultimately I decided I did want to proceed, but I wanted to proceed with the best doctor I could possibly find. That ended up being Dr. Konior. I had 1230 FUEs, and granted I'm young and healthy, but the work was so well done that 7 days after the surgery I was able to buzz my head so my existing hair was the same length as the new grafts, and nobody noticed I had a transplant - they all only complimented me on the new buzzed look. There were no visible scabs in the recipient area and no visible scars in the donor area that shortly after surgery. Dr. Konior and his staff are utmost professionals and are very good at being available. Dr. Konior has a reputation as being a perfectionist, and everything I've seen thus far has lived up to that. Not only were my recipient area and donor area extremely clean (even Dr. Konior's staff remarked at how unusually clean they were), I had very minimal pain afterward and it was only for the first few days. Granted, perhaps my age and overall health, along with my relatively small number of grafts, led to such fast healing, and I have yet to see how the grafts will actually grow, but so far every expectation of mine has well been exceeded. Dr. Konior is an artful FUE doctor, and while pricey, worth every penny if you can afford it. If you're looking for the best, you might find equivalents, but I doubt you'd find better. I'll update this, and hopefully my sentiments will not have changed, when the grafts grow.
  20. This 56 year old patient presented with a history of two prior hair transplant sessions. Although he appeared to have a decent hairline for his age, he was not satisfied with the density that was accomplished in the frontotemporal recessions and felt that some of the grafts looked “surgical”. He requested a hairline "tune-up" and subsequently underwent a session at which time 1827 grafts were placed into the frontal hairline region to boost local density and further refine the area. Presented are one year postoperative photos.
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