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  1. Background I'm currently 35 and started losing hair around 10 years ago. By the time I was 29, it was pretty noticeable. Its funny how things change. When I look at my pictures at 22, my hair looks as big as my head. So, In around 10 years, my hair loss went from a 0 to NW5A. So did my confidence, but towards 0. HT Research A couple of years ago, I checked out a chain clinic, but the price was prohibitive at that time. I was lucky I didn't proceed with them. Last year, I decided to give HT some more serious thought as I was in a better position financially than in the past. I luckily found this forum. After some initial research, I went on to do a couple of consultations locally. I would have made mistakes as I didn't know enough to make a wise decision at that point, like any newbie. I just wanted hair and was very interested in getting something done locally. Luckily some good people in this forum provided the guidance I needed. Forum and people This forum is a life saver and so are a few people who are dedicated to helping others. I particularly want to thank "Spanker" for guiding and mentoring me. Without him, I would definitely have made mistakes. God bless him for being who he is and I hope he gets to keep all his amazing hair forever And without this forum, nothing would have been possible. So thank you to the people who maintain it. For people who think there are advertising/marketing here, yes, you cannot avoid/control it just like in any other forum. There will be good and bad in everything. It is up to you to do the required research, contact people via PM and recognize who is who based on their previous posts/activities. I suggest you spent a lot of hours as this is a life changing decision. I probably have spent 6 months' worth person hours on HT and it was all worth it at the end. Doctor selection I have had 3 in person consultations and numerous online consultations with a lot of well known doctors. With the help of this forum and members, I grew wiser with each experience and had a good idea of what I should expect from HT and what I will need. Now it was down to picking from the very best. One thing, as everyone says, do not let money or travel be a factor in your decision. HT is not a joke. As someone who went through it recently, I can tell you that you better take it very seriously otherwise A) you wont meet your expectations which can be even more depressing B) you could potentially damage yourself C) Its not just getting HT from the best of doctors, Post OP instructions are as important too. So read as much as you can, compare post op instructions from the best doctors and do everything right. Some small things like exposing to sunburns can make or break your HT. Dr. Konior - doubts What can I say. Any patient of his just sounds thrilled, too thrilled. I was skeptical initially. I have come across occasional sub par results from pretty much every surgeon but not him. Initially I was wondering how this is possible. There has to be someone, because if someone gets a bad result, thats when they come online and write about it. I tried and tried to find anything, but found none. Talked to his patients and everyone seemed to be very happy. Of course, it is not possible to talk to everyone of them and most of his patients do not post either. But i'm sure if someone got a bad result, they would post. So I came to this conclusion. Either he meets/sets everyone's expectations correctly, or he takes care of any problems that they may have. After my experience, i believe it is the former. Also initially I was skeptical about someone's ability to place all the grafts by himself. But after seeing him in person, I have no doubts he can probably complete a triathlon pretty easily. . Dr. Konior - Final opinion One word - Yes, they were right. He is really really good. I didn't go for a consultation in person, went straight for the surgery. After my many consultations, I knew what to expect and after my research, I was comfortable with my decision about him. In my consultation before the surgery, he pretty much said everything the way I wanted it to be done. I really didn't have to change or discuss much. Then I knew I had made the right decision. His surgery was smooth, scalp was extremely clean compared to the pics that I had seen online. I don't know what he does, but it was so clean in a day and scabbing was very minimal. My recipient area was just perfect in placement and coverage based on my permissible donor. Also, I don't believe anyone can match his patience and response time to your questions, both pre and post OP. In fact, i'm amazed that how detail and prompt his responses are. He makes you feel you are his only patient. There is no nonsense about him, very professional. Surgery I'm not going to too much detail as many people have already described this to the T. All HT surgeries go pretty much the same way. You take pain killers/valium and some sleep, some don't. Dr. Konior said he wanted me to be pretty still and I guess I was since he said I was a good patient at the end. I barely remember anything about the surgery as I was half asleep, kind of like in a dream. I only took one break for lunch. Surgery is the easiest part of the HT process, trust me. That should be your least concern and no, it is not painful. Dr. Konior was able to do 3525 grafts for me. My donor density is not all that great. He did the best that is possible which I don't think can be bettered. I honestly don't think anywhere else I would have got the same numbers and placement that he did. Again, it is just not about density, it is about what works for me. He put around 3000 grafts in my hairline and frontal third and around 500 towards the crown to make it appear as thinning. I'm happy with what I got, now yield is another story. I can't speak for it yet, but based on what I see so far, i'm happy. I'm also Asian, so my hair caliber is probably different and hence the distribution too. Post Surgery Initially I was very nervous. This was the most worrysome part for me about HT. What if I can't follow post op instructions correctly, what if I make a mistake etc. I have an advice for future HTers. Its really not a big deal. If I did good (i'm very paranoid), so will you. There is not all that much to do to be honest. The least you do, the better. Even if you make a mistake, you will survive. Just be careful with the recipient area. I took two weeks off and only time I wore a hat was one time on the forth day for half an hour. I didn't even wear a hat back to the hotel. If you choose to wear a hat, be careful to wear one thats loose. I didn't understand the concept of icing. I only applied it for like 2 minutes at a time. I don't have much experience with injuries/doctors (thank god) for last 15 years or so. Since I didn't ice correctly, I got some swelling, but it will pass. Donor area was painful for me post op. For some it is, for some it is not. It also doesnt help that I stopped all pain medications after day 4. Also, know that the scar will take at least a month to heal. I'm writing all this for future HTers. If you already have had one, you know. Since my scar was so tender, i was very worried about removing the sutures. I got my staples out the forth day as I had to go back home. That was painful but not too bad. Good thing is it is over in less than 10 minutes. Now back to sutures. I was expecting the worst for it and was really scared. But it was under 10 minutes or so and wasn't as bad as I thought. If you are in the DC area, i recommend going to the Patient First in Sterling, VA. Only cost me $15 and 30 minutes, and a doctor does it. And that place is just too good, for other things too. 5 stars from me and thats difficult to get. Post HT impressions Its been a month at the time of this writing. I'm very happy with my doctor and his office. Also, forgot to mention Lisa and Tom. Both really good in what they do and good human beings who care for you. I'm wearing a hat to work after 2 weeks of staying home. I am not comfortable exposing myself in this condition. Some people are, and some are not. Luckily i can wear a hat to work. I have cut my hair really short to make it even with the ht area. Even though I was an NW5, I was doing a massive comb over to hide all that. You can see that in my first pic. This is from just a couple of weeks before the surgery. Hopefully in a couple of months I see growth and can go without hat. It is safe to wear a hat after 2 weeks. I'm not on prepecia or rogaine. I am just not comfortable with the sides of propecia and not sure if rogaine will help or hurt me. Have read too many conflicting opinions on it. In any case, if the transplanted hairs grow well, i'm much much better off than what I was before. I am not hair greedy, i'm hair needy . In a way, i may not be doing 100% justice to Dr. Konior's work as I would probably have gotten a stellar result with them, than without them. But i'm hoping it is still going to be good. Expectations I haven't lost any graft and have been very careful in every aspect post HT. So I hope I get good yield. i'm happy with my placement and will be ecstatic if I get growth for what I got. Keep an eye on my hair journey! Advice HT is not a joke. It is a REAL surgery. For some, it doesn't sink in until you get one, like me. Be prepared to spend a month being uncomfortable, painful (if you take medications, you will be better off) and worried for a while until the growth happens. Do your research. You probably won't go wrong with any of the top 5 doctors. I don't want to name anyone as it varies for people. All I can say is based on my experience, Dr. Konior is top notch and up there. You won't go wrong with him. I don't think he gets enough credit as most of his patients do not post as much. I have no idea why. Just wanted to post a helpful link from Spex. It summarizes things pretty well for newbies. http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/145591-hair-transplant-tips-info.html I'll be posting my progress pictures soon. I also want to give back to the community as others have done for me.
  2. This 34 year old patient presented with a history of three prior hair restoration procedures that were performed by three different surgeons. He was unhappy with the lack of density and patchy appearance in the prior transplant zones. The patient also expressed concern about the visibility of his strip harvest scar. His examination revealed very low frontal and midscalp density which was of concern in light of him having undergone three prior procedures. Restoration of the density deficient frontal and midscalp regions, as well as the donor strip scar, was performed using a total of 1940 grafts that were obtained using an FUE harvest. The scar was treated with 300 grafts and the frontal/midscalp regions were managed with 1640 grafts. Presented here are preop and postop pics which demonstrate the final frontal/midscalp density and donor scar camouflage that was accomplished. Preop Front Preop Right Donor Preop Center Donor Preop Left Donor Postop Front Postop Top View 1 Postop Top View 2 Postop Top View 3 Postop Top View 4 Postop Right View 1 Postop Left View 1 Postop Right View 2 Postop Left View 2 Postop Right View 3 Postop Left View 3 Postop Center Donor Postop Right Donor Postop Left Donor Graft Placement Zone - 5 Days Postop Donor Scar Graft Placement - 5 Days Postop
  3. This 28 year old requested frontal hairline restoration. A session consisting of 2884 grafts was performed using a “stick-and-place” insertion technique and dense-pack placement. Presented are 18-month postop photos, immediate graft placement photos and a 10-day postop photo.
  4. This 45-year old patient presented to our office requesting enhancement of his frontal hairline. He underwent a 3100 graft frontal hairline and temple point restoration using strip harvesting. Presented are his 22 month postoperative pictures. Immediate postop views demonstrate his graft placement. Preop Front Preop Right Preop Left Planned Hairline Front Planned Hairline Right Planned Hairline Left Postop Front View 1 Postop Front View 2 Postop Front View 3 Postop Front View 4 Hairline Comb-back Front Hairline Comb-back Right Hairline Comb-back Left Hairline and Temple Point Inspection View Recipient Site Density Inspection View 1 Recipient Site Density Inspection View 2 Donor Site Scar Intraop Graft Placement Center Intraop Graft Placement Right Intraop Graft Placement Left
  5. This 24 year old patient requested frontal hairline restoration. His history included the use of finasteride and minoxidil to assist stabilization of his thinning process. A total of 2320 grafts were extracted from his safe donor region and used to redefine his frontal hairline. Postop photos show his progress at 8 months.
  6. Hello everyone, So I decided to go for Dr. Konior during the summer of 2017 and got a reservation for August 8th, 2018. I was 29 at the time and had some pretty extensive frontal balding going on. I had been balding mostly in the front from around age 18 - so pretty early. Luckily I had a decent amount of hair throughout my 20's, but in 2017 I decided I had to do something about my problem. The main issue I had was with people subconsciously scanning my hairline trying to figure out what the problem was up there. The framing in my face was gone and it was constantly drawing eyes, which was not fun. I tried to shave it all off at one point, and although it did look ok, I just didn't feel comfortable with it. The balding was still quite visible, even with a shaved head. I'm sure I would've learned to settle into it, but having hair is always better. It was a year long wait, but finally in August of 2018 I flew out to Chicago, from Norway. I had a few concerns heading into the procedure. One of them was my allergy. I had some pretty bad allergic skin breakouts at the time, and I was also allergic to penicillin, so it was not a good start to the journey ! But the Doctor and his staff were really professional and nice, which made things easier. We decided that it would be ok to skip the antibiotic pills, and instead just use the antibiotic ointment for the postop. Thinking about it now, I'm very glad that I did. Antibiotics wreck havoc on your system, and the risk of infection is tiny with a good clinic and proper wound care. Another concern was nerve damage around the donor area. I'm a bit of a skinny person, so I felt like my nerves would be closer to the surface than other people, but this turned out to be a non-issue. Full sensation returned to the donor area within a couple of months. I think this is due to the fact that he's a great surgeon. I even told him I was worried about it right before he was about to remove the strip, which might've made him be even more careful. Dr. Konior is the only hair transplant surgeon I know of with a cosmetic surgery background, so you're in good hands when it comes to all that. At this point, I have no numbness at all there. I sleep very comfortably. The recipient area is still slightly numb though, but I think that's normal. It's been cut over 3000 times, so it's to be expected. I don't notice the numbness there unless I bump my head into something. If I touch with my fingers it feels ok. And finally, to all the people worrying about when the results will come. Be patient. I was a bit of a slow grower myself. It takes time for the transplanted hair to settle in and mature, and for the blood vessels to grow strong. But, make sure you do a lot of research before you pick your surgeon. You want skilled hands operating on you. -- Anyway, here are some pre-op pics.
  7. This 39 year old patient presented with a history of two prior unsuccessful hair transplants in which a total of 3086 grafts had been placed in an attempt to restore his frontal male pattern baldness. He expressed concern that the procedures failed to produce any substantial regrowth or density gain. He was also bothered by a very wide scar that resulted from his second strip harvest procedure. The prior transplant zones demonstrated quite low density in consideration of the prior 3086 grafts that had been performed. His donor area revealed a very wide scar extending from the occipital region to the right temple donor region. Overall his donor area was deemed compromised because of the past harvests and the resulting wide scar. The surgical plan devised included another strip harvest in the remaining higher density, core donor region, and a secondary FUE harvest for recruiting grafts from the nape region. This combination approach was used to maximize the graft harvest while minimizing further cosmetic handicap in the donor region. The strip harvest yielded 2829 grafts and the FUE harvest yielded 541 grafts, resulting in a total of 3370 grafts for the restoration. Strip grafts were primarily distributed in the frontal and midscalp regions, while the finer nape hairs were used to create a transitional thinning appearance from the midscalp into the crown. Presented here are nine month postoperative results. Also presented are various photos of immediate graft placement and the harvest zone. Preop Front Preop Top 1 Preop Top 2 Preop Top 3 Preop Left Preop Right Postop Front Postop Top 1 Postop Top 2 Postop Top 3 Postop Left 1 Postop Left 2 Postop Right Planned Graft Zones Immediate Postop Strip Graft Placement View 1 Immediate Postop Strip Graft Placement View 2 Immediate Postop FUE Graft Placement Immediate Postop Combo Graft Placement Immediate Postop FUE Donor Site Appearance FUE Donor Site 24 Hours After Surgery
  8. This 36 your old patient requested density enhancement in his centralized frontal and midscalp thinning zones. A total of 1918 grafts were used to boost density in his priority zones. Presented are sixteen month postop photos. Preop Front Preop Right Preop Left Preop Top Postop Front Postop Top Postop Right Postop Right Tilt View Postop Right Comb-back View Postop Left Postop Left Tilt View Postop Left Comb-back View Density Inspection Right-of-Center Density Inspection Center Density Inspection Left-of-Center Immediate Postop Graft Placement 4-Day Postop Back Donor Area 4-Day Postop Side Donor Area
  9. This 55 year old male presented with a request to solidify his recessed hairline, enhance midscalp density, and soften the balding appearance in the crown region. He was not able to shave his scalp for the restoration procedure. A total of 3194 grafts were used with a stick-and-place insertion technique. Density transitions were prioritized in a front-to-back fashion so as to maximize his frontal appearance. Presented are one-year postop photos.
  10. This patient first presented at the age of 62 with a request for hairline restoration and coverage throughout the rest of his balding scalp. His restoration consisted of 4681 grafts which created a new frontal hairline and distributed a thinner but natural coverage over his midscalp and crown. He returned to the office almost 5 years later for a follow-up exam. He is now almost 67 years of age and here are photos from his most recent visit.
  11. This 38 year old patient requested density enhancement in his thinning frontal and midscalp regions. His exam revealed a diffuse thinning pattern throughout the male pattern zone. The donor area showed low caliber hair and evidence of retrograde alopecia. He underwent a 3088 graft restoration of the frontal and midscalp regions. Presented are fourteen month postop results. These include part views in the graft zones that demonstrate his density enhancement. Preop Front Preop Top Preop Right Preop Left Postop Front 1 Postop Front 2 Postop Top Postop Right 1 Postop Right 2 Postop Right 3 Postop Left 1 Postop Left 2 Density Inspection Center Density Inspection Front Density Inspection Right Density Inspection Left Postop Donor Area Immediate Postop Graft Placement
  12. This 39 year old male requested frontal hairline restoration. His exam revealed an isolated frontal hairline recession with excellent hair characteristics elsewhere. An FUE harvest was recommended to accommodate his desire to sport different hairstyles which included short hair. A total of 945 grafts were used to enhance density and shape at the frontal hairline. Presented here are one year postop pics. Immediate graft placement pics, one-day and one-week postop pics and density inspection views of the graft zone are included. Preop Front: Preop Tilted View: Preop Right Preop Left Postop Front 1 Postop Front 2 Postop Front 3 Postop Front Comb-back Postop Left 1 Postop Left 2 Postop Left Comb-back Postop Right Postop Right Close-up Intraop Planned Graft Zone Immediate Intraop Graft Placement One Day Postop Graft Zone One Week Postop Graft Zone Donor Site Day of Surgery Donor Site One Day Postop Donor Site One Week Postop Density Inspection Center Density Inspection Left
  13. This 29 year old patient requested reinforcement of his frontal hairline. A total of 2204 grafts were transplanted using a non-shave, stick-and-place approach. Presented here is his eighteen month postop result.
  14. This discussion summarizes the 14 year journey of a patient who presented to my office in 2003 complaining of a very unnatural hairline. He had previously undergone hairline restoration using large plug-type grafts. The large size of those grafts, in combination with highly contrasting skin/hair characteristics, left him with an unnatural, surgical-looking hairline. His primary objective was to improve his frontal appearance without using an aggressive hairline excision, as has been discussed here previously (http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/143279-advanced-plug-hairline-repair-dr-raymond-konior.html ). His secondary goal was to enhance density in the area behind the frontal plugs using front-to-back prioritization. The chosen strategy for accomplishing these goals was one that would debulk the offending large grafts, which would then be dissected into follicular units and redistributed in the thinning areas behind the grafted frontal region. Additional follicular unit grafts would be obtained using strip harvesting to further supplement density in the thinning midscalp, working back over time toward the crown. The patient was aware that the limitations of extraction and donor supply would require the use of several staged procedures to accomplish his goals. Large punches were used in the early years to perform macro-debulking of the plug-type grafts. As FUE punch technology evolved and improved, small FUE punches were subsequently implemented beginning in 2011 at which time micro-debulking was utilized to selectively remove higher-caliber, darker-hair follicular units from the remaining objectionable plug-type grafts. Over 14 years the patient transformed from having an extremely unnatural hairline that required creative styling for camouflage, to having a natural hairline that allowed him to fully expose it without concern of detectability. Additionally, large-graft redistribution, along with follicular unit grafting from supplementary donor harvests, provided respectable coverage throughout the thinning midscalp and crown regions, despite the progression of his balding over 14 years. Chronological Highlights: 2003 – Patient presents with unnatural, pluggy hairline. The plan was to debulk the largest grafts (some marked with purple) and to add single-hair grafts to the hairline for softening the harsh appearance. Top view shows extent of thinning in the midscalp and crown regions. Grafts dissected from the extracted large grafts and additional strip harvest grafts were placed into the midscalp. 2004 – Hairline softening is observed one-year postop. Additional debulking and grafting were performed as in the 2003 session. 2006 – Hairline shows further softening from the 2004 session. Additional macro-debulking of large grafts (purple surgical marker) was performed. 2011 – Hairline is looking better, but continues to show some tuft formation. Midscalp density has improved from prior sessions. Further refining of the hairline is now accomplished with micro-debulking using FUE from the remaining large grafts. Extracted grafts and follicular units obtained from a small donor harvest are placed into the crown region. 2014 – Hairline shows more refinement following the FUE micro-debulking session. Additional micro-debulking is performed. 2017 – End result after 14 years of macro-debulking, micro-debulking, and follicular unit grafting. Patient can fully expose the hairline and sports decent midscalp and crown coverage.
  15. This 42 year old patient had a prior frontal hair restoration using FUE harvesting. He was dissatisfied with his final density and complained of some pit formation in the frontal graft zone. His main donor area showed evidence of moderate density reduction resulting from his initial procedure. His main desire was to boost density in the immediate frontal hairline so that his hair could be styled back. A small preliminary procedure was used to remove several of the deeper pitted grafts in the frontal region. A secondary session of 1580 grafts was performed at a later date using FUE harvesting and graft insertion with a stick and place technique. Graft harvesting was focused more to the side donor areas in order to minimize the risk of over-depleting his previously harvested donor areas. His eleven month postop photos are presented here along with immediate graft placement photos and two week postop photos.
  16. This patient presented with a request to strengthen a receding frontal hairline. His exam was unremarkable except for isolated frontotemporal recession. A session of 1328 grafts was performed to boost density within the weak recessions. Presented are four year postop views. Included are part views through the graft zones to demonstrate the density that was achieved and immediate postop graft placement views.
  17. Hi everyone. Been reading up here a ton and looking at surgeon options. I've already had a consult at Dr. Parsley's office after high recommendations here. However I didn't meet with him but rather with his associate, Dr. Waldman. I really liked Dr. Waldman personally, but can't find any reviews of his work here or anywhere else. It's hard to discern his work from Dr. Parsley's, though I'm confident Parsley wouldn't partner with a surgeon who is sub par. So just wondering if anyone can vouch for Dr. Waldman's work, OR recommend anyone closer to Tennessee. I met with Dr Fisher years back. Liked him, but also can't find much by way of reviews, other than that he's expensive. Dr. Cooley and Konior are also on my short list. Both their reputations precede them, so if I were to go with either of them it would simply come down to price. Thanks for any input! Big decision!
  18. 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
  19. This 33 year old patient requested a high density restoration for his receding frontal hairline. He underwent a dense-pack hairline restoration using 2926 grafts.Presented here are 9 month postoperative photos.Included are immediate postop graft placement photos and views with the hair being parted to demonstrate his graft zone density compared to the preexisting density in the midscalp region.
  20. This 39 year old patient presented with a prior history of having undergone a single session hair transplant to enhance his frontal hairline. He felt the hairline was too high and that the existing density was insufficient for his needs. A strip harvest was recommended based on him having a linear harvest scar from his first session and because he continued to have decent elasticity in the region of that scar. A session of 2292 grafts was performed with graft placement primarily focused on lowering the hairline and enhancing density along the leading hairline edge. He returned one year later with a nice result, but sought to further enhance density throughout the frontal region, especially in the central forelock where he thought scalp skin could be visualized under bright lights and wet hair conditions. An FUE harvest was recommended as his donor area was beginning to show evidence of reduced elasticity from the prior two harvests. A session of 1200 grafts was performed using an FUE harvest with graft placement primarily focused in the central forelock and distribution moving centrifugally from the center forelock. Presented are photos showing his final result (two-year post strip harvest / one-year post FUE harvest). Included are immediate postop graft placement pics and pics which show his appearance a few days after surgery. Part-views demonstrate his final recipient site density.
  21. This is a 35 year old patient who presented with a history of a prior hairline restoration that failed to achieve his density objectives. He was also dissatisfied with his donor scar. He first underwent a scar revision in the donor area and returned 3 months later for his hairline restoration. A total of 1800 grafts using an FUE harvest was performed to enhance his hairline density and to augment his temporal hairline. Presented here are one year postop pictures along with short-term postoperative photos of the donor and recipient sites.
  22. This is a 53 year old male who presented to the office with a history of a prior hair transplant session that did not satisfy his density and coverage expectations. His first comment was that he wanted to “look like Elvis” and emphasized that the frontal hairline was his most important concern. He was not concerned about his crown and planned on combing his hair toward the back. His donor area had an existing scar from his previous strip harvest. He underwent a session of 3100 grafts using a strip harvest. His preoperative hairline asymmetry in which the left side was lower than the right side was corrected. His previous transplant set his widows peak at a fairly low level. He was content with that location and therefore the plan was designed to enhance the hairline that was previously created. The graft zone was buzz-cut to a very short length to optimize graft placement. Presented here are 16 month postoperative photos along with immediate and 2-day postop photos.
  23. This 44 year old patient presented 6 years ago requesting a density boost along his frontal hairline. He has a history of using both minoxidil and finasteride. The postop photos show the stability of his density boost from 6 years earlier.
  24. I am a 30 year old female who has been dealing with gradual hairloss since approx 2008. I have not yet seen any before/afters in regards to this type of hairloss, only full front where they are repairing hair lines in women. Can anyone point me in the right direction? I am setting consults with surgeons at this point and will be completing necessary bloodwork, labs, physical as well. So far I have emailed for consults with Dr Konior and Dr Shapiro - I know they are both top of the line but are they good for these types? I originally received an email back from Dr Nadimi at Konior's office but was unfamiliar with her and couldn't find info on the web. Also, does anyone have a rough estimate on what I am looking at as far as grafts or even if this is surgically fixable?
  25. This young man underwent a 2750 graft frontal hairline restoration. Presented are 16 month postop photos. Included are immediate graft placement photos and part-views which demonstrate his density gain.
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