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  1. On August 3rd 2014, I underwent my first FUE hair transplant, performed by Doctor John Diep of Los Gatos, California. Dr. Diep transplanted a total of 2,460 grafts in the front half of my head. He recreated my hairline and added grafts further back to increase density. The result was fantastic (link: https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/39774-2460-fue-hair-transplant-by-doctor-john-diep/), so I decided to quit using Minoxidil. I knew I'd pay for it, but decided that a second transplant to restore healthy hair in my problem area would be far better than taking Minoxidil for life. A quick side note; Minoxidil made my face puffy and caused deep creases/wrinkles to form on my forehead. On November 17th 2015, Dr. Diep transplanted an additional 2,220 grafts (link: https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/43867-second-fue-ht-by-dr-diep-2220-grafts-to-improve-density-4700-grafts-total/). Enough said. Here is my update. Just 3 weeks shy from my 4 year hair transformation anniversary. Thank you so much Dr. Diep, you're truly a master and have made me a calmer and happier person.
  2. FUE performed on 36-year old Caucasian male with • Type Norwood II • Donor density of 80 occipital and 76 temporal FU/cm? • Hair diameter of ~64-72 microns Treatment plan • Follicular Unit Extraction Transplantation to attain an aesthetic reconstruction of the hairline and add more density. Performed procedure (January 16th, 2017) Follicular Unit Extraction Transplantation with 2035 FU * 489 single hair FU * 528 double hair FU * 1018 triple hair FU Parallel incisions in custom-sized blades technique (~Cutting Edge blades of 0.7-0.9 mm). Dr. Bijan Feriduni
  3. I never post but i hope you all can have a look at my transplant and tell me what you think. I had my surgery on the 26th of december with dr. Ali Karadeniz. These pictures are from today 21st April 2018. Almost 5 months now. I have seen much more growth than this at 5 months from other before and afters.
  4. Case performed by Dr. Feriduni – 4374 FU in 2 procedures FUE performed on a 47-year old Caucasian male with • NW III vertex,Clas T • Donor density of 80 FU/cm? • Hair diameter of ~58-62 microns Treatment plan • 1st Follicular Unit Extraction Transplantation to restore the crown area. • 2nd Follicular Unit Extraction Transplantation to attain an aesthetic reconstruction of the hairline and add more density. Performed procedures 1st procedure (November 11th, 2015) Follicular Unit Extraction Transplantation with 2354 FU * 300 single hair FU * 850 double hair FU * 1204 triple hair FU Parallel incisions in custom-sized blades technique (Cutting Edge blades of 0.8-0.9mm). Extraction performed with a 0.8mm FUE punch with CIT Manual Punch Handle. No microscopic preparation of the follicular unit grafts. 2nd procedure (June 6th, 2016) Follicular Unit Extraction Transplantation with 2020 FU * 479 single hair FU * 400 double hair FU * 1141 triple hair FU Parallel incisions in custom-sized blades technique (Cutting Edge blades of 0.8-0.9 mm). Extraction performed with a 0.8mm FUE punch with CIT Manual Punch Handle. No microscopic preparation of the follicular unit grafts.
  5. FUE performed on 36-year old Caucasian male with • Type Norwood II • Donor density of 80 occipital and 76 temporal FU/cm? • Hair diameter of ~64-72 microns Treatment plan • Follicular Unit Extraction Transplantation to attain an aesthetic reconstruction of the hairline and add more density. Performed procedure (January 16th, 2017) Follicular Unit Extraction Transplantation with 2035 FU * 489 single hair FU * 528 double hair FU * 1018 triple hair FU Parallel incisions in custom-sized blades technique (~Cutting Edge blades of 0.7-0.9 mm). Dr. Bijan Feriduni
  6. Case performed by Dr. Feriduni – 2171 FU in 1 procedure FUT performed on 57-year old Caucasian female with • Type Ludwig I • Donor density of 80 FU/cm? • Hair diameter of ~64-72 microns Treatment plan • Follicular Unit Strip to add more density to the hairline and restore the midhead section. Performed procedure (August 13th, 2012) Follicular Unit Strip Transplantation with 2171 FU * 478 single hair FU * 1293 double hair FU * 400 triple hair FU Parallel incisions in custom-sized blades technique (~Cutting Edge blades of 0.7-0.9 mm).
  7. Hi, I have just recently had a consultation with a hair transplant doctor who only performs FUE and he said i should have around 2500 grafts maybe even a little less and it should give me a "reasonable" desity. I am 30 years old and this is going to be my first surgery, im just a little worried that once its fully grown in 2500 wont be dense enough to look "normal" i am afraid that people may think im thinning. I have had smp treatment done twice now but i am completely over the look of it, i need hair again but i dont want to spend a ton of cash to make myself look like i did before i shaved it off and got smp. Ive marked where the hair line has receded too and am wondering how much density 2500 grafts will roughly give me? Any feedback will be appreciated.
  8. Overview: 2623 graft FUE with Dr. Hasson on December 19, 2016. I am 27 years old and wanted to share my experience start to finish with Dr. Hasson from Hasson & Wong. Here is the graft breakdown of the surgery: 1's - 432 2's - 1642 3/4's - 549 Transcetion Rate 1% Background: I have always been pretty vain about my hair and noticed thinning when I was 19/20. I didn't do much about it other than take longer to style my hair to make sure every hair was "perfect". 2012 I got a consultation done with a hair loss institute and ended up buying a laser comb and starting taking Continuite by Ross Shampoo/conditioner. I used the comb 3/week 20 minutes at a time and even introduced a DHT blocker with a massager about a year later. This seemed to slow thinning down a bit and it seemed like I was maintaining fairly well. For those out here I am sure you are familiar with becoming obsessed about your hair, constantly checking the mirror and heaven forbid someone touches it playfully! It consumed my thoughts every time I had to get ready I would take extra time and I just started to wear hats as often as I could when I worked out or went out. Not that it was that bad but just to put my "head" at ease. None of my friends or even girlfriend at the time knew that I was that vain about it because it didn't seem that bad as neither of them really ever commented on it that I was losing my hair. But I knew Of course you get jealous for every man that walks by on the street or friends that have awesome hairlines and flowy hair. About 2 years ago I added in "Hair Essentials" by natural wellbeing to the mix and 1.5 years ago I took up rogaine, the shedding phase sucked! We all know how it goes, the more you stress about it the more you seemingly lose, but the more you lose the more you stress - vicious cycle. I also hated putting rogaine in my toiletree bag knowing that my friends could see it any time. Also applying it I didn't like as it is tough to style with it and a pain if you are having someone over late and need to apply at night. My barber who I had been to for years knew of my situation and she would do her best to cut my hair appropriately. For example my left side is stronger so she would let that grow out so that I could essentially comb it over and into the other hairs when I styled it. The illusions worked! As long as I didn't have to go swimming, sweat working out profusely or be in the wind. Long story short- I knew I didn't want to keep spending all the time & money on consumables to AT BEST maintain what I was have or slow it down. Cue my research for hair transplant, which is something I joked about with my cousin in the past that we would have to resort to (but always remained a joke). Earlier in 2016 I met with Doug and Dr. Wong and was initially quoted 1000-1200 grafts (because I had my hair styled I even fooled them!). After researching proscar I got on it in about March 2016 with no side affects even though I let my mind question it at times. I considered a HT but had to do more due diligence to see if Hasson & Wong was right for me and at the time they were still a little more fresh to it as they had changed a couple things with it. Mid-2016 I met again with much more research done and they answered my countless questions. I was quoted for 2,000 grafts by Dr. Wong. Still being cautious I went back and met with them yet again and this time was quoted 2,500 by Dr. Hasson (I didn't style my hair). I knew that if I didn't do a hair transplant there was no "end in sight" to get better and going with one of the best places in the world helped keep my mind at ease in regards to the outcome I would get. Now at 27 it isn't easy to come up with cash for a 2,500 graft surgery but really money is nothing compared to putting my mind at ease and to know I can hopefully finally put my head to rest and not spend so much time worrying about it. Dec 19 was the big day with Dr. Hasson. Day of the Surgery - December 19 2016 If this already wasn't one of the craziest days of my life, Vancouver decided to have its biggest snowfall in years overnight causing havoc on the roads. My appointment was at 7am, I left my place at 5:45am for a normallly 30 minute drive and ran into accidents all over. Already 30 minutes late, I ditched the car which was at a full stop for an hour due to the havoc ahead of me and ran to the skytrain where I took 3 skytrains and a 15min dash to the clinic. I ended up getting there, sweaty, at approximately 8:45am. Elena was great at coordinating with me and they were all very understanding the ill-timed act of god that gave me quite the adventure in the morning. I was worried about this affecting the speed of the surgery that they would rush but they assured me it would not. Luckily my blood pressure wasn't over the top so we proceeded to shave off my precious existing hair, first time I have had a buzz cut since I was a kid! We got right into the extraction process by 9:30/10am and aside from a small lunch break Elena was working her magic until about 4pm straight. The only thing that fell asleep were my arms from time to time I was I guess too excited to fall asleep myself, but the process was fairly painless. People talk about the anasthetic injections but they are not more painful than when you go to the dentist for a cavity. It was encouraging to hear my grafts were really high quality, I was aware the back of my head was very thick but this was reassuring. The convo was good with Elena and I was relaxed to a constant playlist of Kygo which I enjoyed. 4pm or so rolled around and it was time for Dr. Hasson to make his slits. We drew the hairline and I left it mostly up to him, he is the expert after all. My hairline was goign to be the same and essentially the grafts are just for the front density. Of course it is hard to not let my mind wander on what is the best for me in terms of the grafts where they should be placed and if they should be more spread out to the back or to bring my hairline a tingle lower but you gotta let the expert do his thing! Time will tell. I honestly thought I was going to need some in my crown, but after shaving it looks as though I got hair through it all which I was pleasantly surprised at. approx 1-2 hours of slits and anathesia and Dr. Hasson was out. He is an incredible guy and for how long he has been doing this, super understanding and kind (good sense of humor too!). Small dinner break and other than that the next 6-7 hours were putting the grafts in! I swear I finished about 1.5 seasons of brooklyn nine-nine on netflix while two ladies switched on and off putting grafts in. One of the nurses shoulders was super sore, and she was a trooper to fight through the pain. The overhead light was a little low as well and they kept hitting their heads/topbun on it. I was discharged at 12:45am with head bandaged up. So I guess me being late due to the weather did not compromise the time they put in to make sure the quality was good! I was happy to stay as long as needed and for them to take their time, I just felt bad for them. Towards the end my anathesia was wearing off so it started to get fairly painful. Almost was a trade-off as the needles were more painful to inject because the head was sensitive. The first sleep was uncomfortable I was just worried about staying straight up. Head was throbbing but a couple t-3's fixed that. I work from home so getting up at 7am the next morning to catch up on e-mails was challenging to say the least. It wasn't my most productive week of work lets say that. Days 1-5 after They fairly blend in. I went in for a wash by the clinic 4 straight days. The swelling in day 2-4 was at its peak and was f*cking hilairous. I laughed hard every time I looked at myself in the mirror. Despite my ear being in tact, it looked like I had gone 12 rounds with Tyson in his prime. Obviously being extremely careful each day to make sure I don't dislodge any graft I slept on my back each night which made sleeping pretty uncomfortable. Had some pain here and there, nothing that advil can't fix. I think the most challenging part honestly was coming up with excuses for family/friends why my parents and I couldn't spend Christmas with them or why I couldn't go to social events with my friends. Summary You get what you pay for, and for me in this life changing process it is important to go with the cream of the crop. Through the whole process, the doctors, nurses, Doug were all fantastic. I know this post is a bit of ramble, but it was past threads from people in my age range (trashpanda, N0Air, spidey) that made me feel more comfortable with this, so I hope I can do that for others. I am ALREADY getting impatient and nervous for the next 3 months with respect to the recovery process and to what my final result will be. If you have any further questions or comments feel free to post here or privately message me!
  9. Hello everyone! As I mentioned in my original thread, I recently underwent a second hair transplant. Although I was ecstatic with the results I achieved from my fisrt hair transplant, I experienced more hair loss in the middle portion of my scalp after I completely discontinued Minoxidil about 9 months after my first hair transplant. I knew that I would lose a substantial amount of coverage by making that decision, but Minoxidil had a negative impact on my skin and having to apply it every day did not pair well with my active lifestyle. Furthermore, because my hair is very fine in texture, the density at which my hair was transplanted did not result in a naturally full set of hair. I had to use various styling options to make it appear denser than it actually was. It's difficult to see from all of the photos I posted in the original thread, but you'd understand my concern if you saw me in person. The Minoxidil shed did not reach its full effect until some time after my 12 month photos were taken so it isn't evident in the photos I included in my last post. Here's a link to my first hair transplant thread: 2,460 FUE Hair Transplant by Doctor John Diep - Page 6 - Forum By and for Hair Loss Patients Anyway, Dr. Diep transplanted an additional 2,220 grafts on 11/17/15 (I'm on my second day post op). With my original 2,460 grafts, I now have a total of about 4,700 grafts transplanted in the frontal third of my scalp. The plan was to increase the density behind my hairline, thicken the hairline, close in my right temple point, and increase the overall density of the frontal third. The photos I attached are in the following order: pre-op, immediately post op, 1 day post op, and 2nd day post op. Thank you for following my case. I will try to make time to keep everyone updated as often as I can!
  10. Hi all, I've been lurking on this forum for the past couple of months. Tremendous resource and I know so much more than I did just a few months ago. I have decided that I am going to get a hair transplant to restore density to my hairline and fill in some of my temple angles - although I would be interested if folks here think I am doing this at too young of an age/stage of hair loss... First the basics: Age: 29 Location: Virginia, USA (East Coast / Mid-Atlantic area) Age I started losing hair: Probably really started to notice it around 20 years old. Past Surgeries: None Treatment: Taken Propecia for the past 3 years. It definitely helped. I think it probably added some density in the crown and mid-scalp areas but the temples are still continuing to recede, albeit at a slower pace compared to when I wasn't on propecia. I've used Rogaine on and off but I never felt like it was doing much and it would sometimes give me an itchy scalp so I haven't used it in about 12 months. Ideally I'd like to get off Propecia because I don't like messing with my body's hormones like that and I've felt like the libido side effects have hit me at times (but never bad enough to stop taking the meds). But I am pretty sure that if I were ever to do that then my hair loss would come back with a vengeance...so I'm sort of on the fence about future propecia usage. Most likely procedure: I'm leaning towards FUT Strip at this point Based on a lot of research and consultations I've narrowed my list down to four top doctors (all prices have been converted to $USD so these prices will fluctuate a little bit with exchange rates). Also each doctor's treatment plan / pricing structure is slightly different but I assumed 2,500 grafts so that I could do an apples to apples comparison: All Prices converted to $USD: Dr. Pathomvanich in Thailand - $2.66 per graft for a total cost of $6,700 Drs. Hasson & Wong in Vancouver - $3.91 per graft. Total cost of $9,500 (this price factors in a $800 travel credit) Dr Rahal in Canada - $3.88 per graft. Total cost of $9,700 (this price factors in a $1,000 travel credit and $1,500 in taxes) Dr Gabel in Portland, OR USA - $4 per graft + $500 setup fee = total cost of $10,500 I'm basically looking to balance price with skill/quality. As far as I can tell all of these doctors are very skilled and widely respected. Dr Path is significantly cheaper than the other three (and I go to vacation in Thailand once a year so I was thinking I could kill two birds with one stone and do the surgery while I'm there anyways.) That being said, if the consensus is that one of the other three doctors is far and away a much better surgeon then perhaps I'd reconsider and spend the extra money... I'm leaning towards Dr Path and just scheduled a surgery date for mid Feb'17 (I still have ~10 days to cancel without any penalty though). The price is right and he seems to be quite well respected but I have some concerns: 1. It sounds like his nurses do all of the graft placement - he only handles the strip removal and lateral slit incisions. I would prefer that my doctor is involved in every step of the process (even though I understand it would be impossible for him to plant every single graft) 2. I came across this very negative HT experience that someone had: http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/175559-dr-path-poor-results-stay-away-him-3.html 3. In that same thread there are a number of people chiming in saying that Dr Path's results have gone downhill in the past year or two. 4. On the other hand, I have gone through countless threads posted by both patients and by Dr Path himself and the results seem good so I may be allowing a few negative experience to stress me out too much 5. Dr Path received very strong endorsements from Dr Wong (2006) and Dr Parsley (2002) I'd love to get some feedback on (1) How appropriate a HT would be for me at this point in time (2) Which doctor to go with. Thanks everyone! Also, a quick guide to the photos: The ones with a buzzed head are from 2013 and 2014 - As you can see it looks like I'm destined to be a Norwood 6..but Propecia has been very helpful in halting and reversing some of this. Still, noticeable receding hairline and miniaturization of hairs in the front. The one taken outdoors in a grey t shirt was done with pretty wet hair to fully showcase my hair loss The ones outdoors/indoors in a brown jacket were taken at a BBQ so they are showing what the hair looks like in the wild when it is recently cut and styled (hair doesn't look nearly as bad in these angles). No concealers. The selfie style with a sweater on (taken while I'm seated) is probably the best representation of what my hair looks like these days when it is dry and styled normally (no concealers or anything else were used in this photo). The mid-scalp and crown are perfectly acceptable but the front third, hairline, and temples, are what bother me at this point. Lastly, the selfies with no shirt on are what the hair looks like when I comb the hair forward to illustrate the hair loss (I never style my hair like this though)
  11. I just had a FUE HT two weeks ago. The hair greed is already manifesting itself. I'm not sure I'd be ready to go through another operation soon. A HT in a thinning area is quite a gamble and I like the idea to just drive to Milan for 5 hours and leave the next day with my results and no post-op restrictions. I've seen some amazing SMP's into the crown for guys with longer hair here. No shedding, no shockloss, it almost sounds too good to be true. It would enable me to ditch the concealers. It seems to me that HT's are mandatory to rebuild the hairline and create a bit of volume at the front, but if your hairloss is moderate at the back, a SMP is a better pick. What do you guys reckon?
  12. I have a couple questions, but first here's my status: I turn 41 in two weeks, take fin daily (and have for 15 years) and have never had a hair transplant, so I "think" it's safe for me to pursue a dense frontal 1/3rd hairline and "behind the forelock" HT procedure. My questions: 1. Can I choose either FUT or FUE with this amount of hair, and with this being my first HT (see pics)? 2. I can't decide if I'm a norwood 2 or 3 -- any help from you guys would be great 3. How many grafts would you say I need for a dense "Rahal type" hairline (50+ grafts / cm2)? Not saying I"m going with Rahal, but you get the gist of what I mean here. I've only had one consultation thus far, many more planned, but wanted to ask these questions above anyway -- Thanks in advance! FYI - scarring in back of head from car accident.
  13. hey guys im new here and need some advice and have some questions? im considering fue procedure im a norwood 2 with dense hair that is finely textured i have always had a high hairline these are the questions i have: who is the best fue surgeon when it comes to density? am considering dr bhatti from india or dr erdogan from turkey . i reside in southern africa and our currency is so weak so usa and europe are out of the question! I like to wear my hair short on the sides how short can i go after surgery ? is turkey safe to travel to with this whole isis issue ? any advice or reccomendation will help i have attached photos i apologise for not having a shirt on but i stay in africa and it is f***ing hot the last picture is how i wear my hair day to day and how i would like to continue wearing it thanks to anyone who takes the time to read this regards
  14. Hi there. This is my first question on this forum, so forgive me if it's something old, but I've done my homework but still can't find a satisfactory answer to my concern. I've looked at before and after photos of many patients, and wonder how as patients we are sure that the doctors are implanting the agreed-upon amount of hair. Is that something that the patients have to take on faith? Let's say given the area and the amount of grafts, we come up with 60 grafts/ cm2, so should we expect to see 60 incisions (or at least close to that number)? I know that some of you will say many grafts are transplanted without a mark, so how are we to determine if that is the case? As far as I'm aware, no clinic agrees to tape the whole procedure (or have a friend of the patient tape the whole procedure) and hand it to the patient as a souvenir. Why not? Again, sorry if this post seems cynical. Just wondering if anyone feels the same way. Thanks for your time.
  15. A 35 year old Asian woman wanted to lower her hair line through the hair transplant procedure. A 30 square centimeter area was marked .1898 FUGs were used to recreate a very natural appearing hair line, and fill in the fronto temporal recession. Grafts were obtained via the strip method. The lady was impressed with a high density of the transplanted hair - 63 percent at the recipient area. These pictures were taken 6 months post surgery. one hair grafts - 450 two hair grafts - 1365 three hair grafts - 83 Total number of grafts - 1898 Total number of hairs - 3429
  16. This 24 year old gentleman with AGA NW III came to Arocha Hair Restoration for restoration of the hairline and frontal areas. Dr. Arocha performed a FUT 2138 that added density to the frontal region and lowered the hairline to enhance the framing of the face. The after photos were taken 22 months after surgery. For additional photos please visit: Photos - Natural Hairline Restoration FUT 2138 on Houston Hair Transplant, Houston Hair Restoration for Arocha Hair Restoration in Houston Texas US
  17. This gentleman in his 30's came to Dr. Arocha with AGA. Dr. Arocha restored density in the frontal region and the hairline by performing a FUT of 4145 FU's. Below are the results from 2 years post surgery.
  18. Hi guys, I've read about hair transplants for a while now and am ready to take the plunge hopefully soon. But there is one thing that still puzzles me, and I thought before I hassle one of the many qualified Physicians with the question I'll try my luck here, hoping the answer could also benefit others. I'm interested in FUE and FUE only. How does a Dr. determine how many hairs he can harvest from a given donor area, or in other words, how many does he actually harvest. Do they have rules that they take for example only one out of tree existing hairs and leave the others? I've heard about Docs saying that a donor area is depleted, how is that determined? Do they do a hair count on a given area and don't go below a certain density, maybe 45/cm2 ? Obviously hair needs to be left behind, but how much? I think you get my drift, I've not come across an answer to that question yet and hope you can help. In case no one knows anything about this I will ask my Dr. of choice and post the answer (or an interpretation of it) here. Many thanks, Hairmore
  19. I don't get what people mean about “the appearance of density.” I wear my hair back so there are either hairs growing there or not. Can I possibly get 75% or more of the density I have on the rest of my head? I don't want to end up looking like I have some thinning but my hairline is “not that bad.” Is it unrealistic to aim for a thick hairline that is a least almost as dense as the rest of my head (which is pretty thick)?
  20. Hi guys, haven't posted in a while but am always reading. I'm 31 and have been on Propecia since I was 24. I halted the loss in my crown (even got some back) but am now thinning at the temples. I still have ok coverage, but the thinning in the crown and temples is getting harder to hide (especially when I sweat or my hair is wet). Side note: I used to take Propecia every other day, and it wasn't until this year that I started taking it daily...which sped up the thinning process. I was thinking of getting an FUE - 1500 - 2000 grafts - to fill in a little crown and my temples. I won't waste any hairs rebuilding the hairline, just want to get some density with what I have. I wish I could do a strip, but the nature of my job forces me to interact with clientele on a weekly basis...I can't afford to go through the "Ugly Duckling" phase as so many call it on this site. Also, I like shorter hair styles. However, I know in the future I'd probably need another procedure. So I wanted to know (and cant seem to get a clear answer) would an FUE procedure now prevent me from getting a substantial strip or another substantial FUE down the road? I appreciate any insight guys. It's been weighing on my mind a lot...
  21. This very pleasant 50-year-old man had undergone two previous sessions to his frontal third (including his hairline) with another physician and - for some reason - did not have significant growth. He presented for an improvement in density throughout his hairline. Only FIVE MONTHS after a 1457 FU session (smaller than average size due to excision of 3-4mm scar left from his prior sessions), he returned with a large smile on his face stemming from the early growth that he hadn't previously experienced.
  22. This patient is a 49 year old male who presents with loss of the frontal hairline as well as density in the frontal forelock and crown area. His donor area has a relatively thinner density than the average 100FU/cm2, his being approx 70FU/cm2. This yielded a total of 2063 FU grafts as follows: 502 one's; 1525 two's; 36 three's. We chose to concentrate on the frontal area on the first procedure, with a plan to address the crown in a subsequent session. Here, at eight months, he can expect about 15-20% further growth into the one year mark. I like this case as it illustrates how the variability in the colour and texture of the patient's natural hair characteristics can aid in the appearance of cosmetic density, especially at low transplant numbers.
  23. Patient with Black hair color wants more volume and density and restored hairline. 3,718 FUG's from 2 sessions. 7,860 Individual Follicles transplanted.
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