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  1. I thought it would be useful to put together a collection of the results which have been posted to this website. A centralized resource for anyone who is interested in Dr Rahal’s work. So that's what I did. Cases we posted FUT: 3116 grafts. 2853 grafts. 2166 grafts (crown). 2380 grafts. 660 grafts (eyebrow restoration). 2084 grafts. 4156 grafts. 4603 grafts. 2747 grafts (crown). 2971 grafts. 3249 grafts. 3418 grafts. 3693 grafts. 4381 grafts. 3082 grafts. 2734 grafts. 6228 grafts. 3241 grafts. 4357 grafts. 3607 grafts. 2868 grafts. 2989 grafts. 2688 grafts. 2597 grafts. 3154 grafts. 3133 grafts. 3489 grafts. 4673 grafts. 2753 grafts. 1902 grafts (beard restoration). 3792 grafts. 2250 grafts. 1902 grafts. 1978 grafts. 3879 grafts. 6282 grafts. 3133 grafts. 1435 grafts. 1635 grafts (female patient). 5077 grafts. 2000 grafts (crown). 3320 grafts. 4603 grafts. FUE: 1238grafts. 620 grafts (female patient). 285 grafts (eyebrow restoration). 2549 grafts. 2402 grafts. 1803 grafts. 2589 grafts. 1831 grafts. Threads, blogs and galleries posted by patients FUT: DreamBig's 3529 FUT result. Cant Decide decided: a 5229 graft FUT transformation was the result. 2380 FUT procedure. Somebody said Wolverine... Capelli11's 4616 FUT result gets better and better. Stellar's own thread for his 6228 graft FUT procedure. JohnnyWalker81: 3149 FUT grafts. Gattaca's 1 year update - 3500+ grafts FUT. Patiently Waiting: 3744 grafts. Jacob1989 AKA 'thegeneral' 3499 graft FUT result. NEWHAIRPLEASE, 4808 FUT, doing nicely at just 4 months. Hairgoesnothing's 5604 FUT result. Hairfusion 4597 FUT restoration. Rahal_UK_Patient: 2862 grafts to front via FUT. MaC83's repair case - 2468 FUT. Colorado42's 3918 FUT procedure. Omviki's album - 4308 FUT. AlwaysSunny: 1500 + 1666 FUT for hairline/front. ScottishGuy - 3699 grafts FUT. Hairwelcome 3137 graft FUT. Pablo, AKA youngproper shows us his3496 graft FUT result. Predator's 2886 graft FUT frontal restoration. Mane Attraction: good pun, great hair - 3481 FUT. l.g. 2000+ grafts for the hairline. Jbitb: 3700 grafts FUT - blonde hair. El Nino: 2803 + 2597 FUT crown result. DeDome 2557 FUT grafts hairline experience. Canadian_Buba 3054 graft FUT hairline result. Geeve's 5044 FUT procedure. NeoHT: 2100 grafts via FUT. TommyF: 3250 FUT to front. Ipok's 1531 FUT hairline procedure. Genesis's 2151 graft FUT hairline result. rahalpatient's 2775 graft FUT result. undercover's dramatic transformation. 000flatpro: 4321 graft FUT frontal restoration. frontaltool's 3775 FUT procedure to repair plugs. FUE: Hair4Life's 2521 FUE procedure. hadenuf's FUE combo: 2143 + 1614 grafts. 2589 graft FUE procedure, full frontal zone restoration. Born76’s one year update – 2460 FUE.
  2. Hey guys! It's been a long time since I've been around these parts, but my ten year post-op HT anniversary was fast encroaching, so I figured I'd provide up update on how things are going. When I had my surgery back in 2009, there weren't many (if any) people who had posted photographs of how a modern HT looked ten years out, so I'm happy to be able to give back to this community that helped so much on this journey. I think you'll agree that the results, after a decade, do, indeed, stand the test of time, so hopefully this gives a boost of confidence to anyone new who's considering taking the plunge, but might be worried about how the results will look in the future. Dr. Rahal did a lot of pre-planning on my scalp, and he transplanted donor hairs between native hairs where he thought future baldness would occur, so I think this careful approach is a good thing to consider when picking a surgeon. After doing in-depth research for several months on these forums and consulting with knowledgeable members who previosuly had surgery, I committed to a date and locked in my HT for May 7th, 2009 with Dr. Rahal in Ottawa, Rahal ended up meticulously transplanting 3,481 grafts into the front and temple point areas of my scalp, all the way to the half-way point of my head. Here's an excerpt from my latest blog post: Suffice it to say, I am ecstatic with the long-lasting results. Dr. Rahal really did a top-notch job! Here are a couple of shots showing the sorry state of my scalp before surgery back in 2009: And here's how my Hair Transplant looks ten years down the track. (Photos with both long and short hair): I have posted a more detailed blog and more photos at the link here, if you'd like to check it out: https://www.hairtransplantnetwork.com/blog/journal.asp?CopyID=11222&WebID=1200&ProcID=3614 And Here is my original thread: https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/6198-manes-12-month-results-dr-rahal-3481-grafts/ Any questions, ask away!
  3. Hello everyone! Just want to say first that I truly appreciate this website and all of it's members. I've learned so much from this site even before I created an account in 2013. I've sent a couple private messages several months ago asking for opinions, but this will be my first public post where I'll finally share my story, hair transplant results with Dr. Rahal, and hopefully you all can give me some honest reviews/recommendations. Two things before I get started. I don't have the best quality pictures nor very many of them and I apologize. And also I know my username is about as cheesy as it gets. It seemed appropriate at the time before I had my first hair transplant and my primary goal at the time was to create a naturally looking hairline. I'm 39 years old now and live in Missouri - United States. I started receding at 16 years old. Almost had a HT with Bosley in my early 20's but thank God I wrecked my car and then couldn't afford it. Going to Bosley would've been the worst decision ever. I took Propecia/Finasteride off and on in my 20's and early 30's which really helped. And then I stopped the medicine when I was around 32 because I knew at some point in the near future my fiancee and I would be trying to do In-Vitro Fertilization. Less than a year after I stopped Finasteride I had lost a lot more hair and it was driving me crazy. I was about to get married and I knew it was time to get a hair transplant asap. After all the research I had done up until this point I was 100% sold on Dr. Rahal. My goal was to create a new hairline that was dense and natural looking and I felt that Dr. Rahal was the surgeon I needed. I ended up having a FUT with Dr. Rahal in October, 2013. Based on my hair loss at that time, Dr. Rahal recommended 4000 grafts by FUT. Once the procedure was finished I only ended up with 2949 grafts based on my laxity and donor density. Four to five months after my FUT with Rahal I was feeling optimistic because more new hairs were starting to sprout. I was also given the okay from Rahal's team to use Toppik if I wanted. I had never used any hair fibers in the past and this was a complete game changer for me. Even though at 6 months my results were see through and not dense, with the help of Toppik, I was able to create an illusion of a full head of hair. A year after my FUT with Rahal I took pictures and emailed them to Rahal’s team. I expressed that I felt my growth was not what I imagined it would be and that I’d like to hear Dr. Rahal’s opinion of my results. I didn’t make a big deal about it to Rahal’s team. Rahal’s team responded and said they covered an area of over 81cm with 2949 grafts, which is an average of 36 graft/cm squared. They also said at that density we expect to see some see though and visibility of the scalp. I was also advised that when Dr. Rahal reviewed my file that my grafts were fragile and my skin was tough to create popping. Dr. Rahal advised the fix would be to do another procedure/add more grafts and bring the density closer to 50 grafts/cm squared which would give a better illusion of density. Dr. Rahal also offered me 300 free grafts if I scheduled another hair transplant. By the way, I financed the hair transplant with Rahal thorough my own bank in Missouri on a 5 year loan. So a year after my HT when I knew I needed another HT in order to add more density and getting a better result, I knew I simply couldn’t afford anytime soon. So I let it go and went on with my life using Toppik every day and making the most out of the hairs I had. Also, I’m absolutely not blaming Rahal for my result. I think he is an amazing surgeon and I consider him to be very ethical. Even though I didn’t get a homerun result which I know now is not always the case, the result I got with the combination of Toppik changed my life and appearance in a very positive way. I’ve always known I’ve had thin hair, but I didn’t realize until lately that different hair characteristics play a very important role in the final result or the illusion of density. I also think it’s very likely that the reason I didn’t get a homerun is because my hair being very fine, not many triples and no quads, not able to get as many grafts needed to cover my larea needed, possible below average growth, and no finasteride. Here I am now, five years since I had my FUT with Rahal. I haven’t taken Finasteride in 7 years or so and I’ve lost so much more hair. I still use Toppik almost every day, except for the days I wear my hat. I’m tired of using toppik and spending so much time fixing my hair and stressing over it. It’s exhausting and depressing to say the least. I’ve considered shaving my head and also considered getting a hair replacement system. My gut tells me I wouldn’t be happy with either of those two options. Since I was successful at IVF and had a healthy child, hopefully very soon I’ll get back on Propecia or Finasteride which I know will help. What I really want and think I need is another hair transplant. In a perfect world I’d love to get one mega session and be done. Reality tells me I might not be the best candidate for that nor does that happen every time. So I want to be realistic. I’m not sure if I should go the FUT route again or if I should try FUE? Even though my hair characteristics are not amazing, if I were to get another FUT or FUE who would you guys recommend? Obviously I have a lot of area to cover and I’d love to cover as much area as possible in one session. Thank you all so much for reading this and sharing your opinions!
  4. This patient is age 35. He came to Dr Rahal in 2015 with extensive hairloss requiring a high number of grafts. He underwent a larger FUE procedure of 3040 grafts and then a second surgery a year later for 2714 grafts, also via FUE. Surgery #1 Type: FUE Recipient Area Treated - 75cm Total Grafts - 3040 Total Hairs - 6708 Recipient Graft Density - 40.5 grafts/cm Recipient Hair Density - 90 hairs/cm Graft Breakdown: Single Hairs - 523 grafts Two Hairs - 1475 grafts Three Hairs - 933 grafts Four Hairs - 109 grafts Average Hairs Per Graft - 2.21 ------------------------------------------------------ Surgery #2 Type: FUE Recipient Area Treated - 78cm Total Grafts - 2714 Total Hairs - 5869 Recipient Graft Density - 35 grafts/cm Recipient Hair Density - 73 hairs/cm Graft Breakdown: Single Hairs - 479 grafts Two Hairs - 1385 grafts Three Hairs - 780 grafts Four Hairs - 70 grafts Average Hairs Per Graft - 2.16 ------------------------------------------------------
  5. This is a thread documenting my recent 2612 graft FUE procedure with Dr. Rahal. I'm a NW3A in his late twenties/early thirties who has battled hair loss over the past few years. I've done the big three more or less consistently over the past few years and finally bit the bullet on doing a procedure after some bad experiences at work and with women that convinced me beyond a shadow of a doubt how important having hair really is. After doing some research last year I finally settled for Rahal. The Procedure As the thread says, I did a 2612 FUE procedure, which yielded a total of 5336 hairs. The total graft count was as follows: 1 unit: 547 2 unit: 1426 3 unit: 619 4 unit: 20 His head nurse technician Mike did all the extractions with a motorized extraction tool. Rahal did the incisions, and finally implanting was carried out by Mike and another experienced technician (6-7 years of experience). Two additional staff members assisted. The procedure lasted for 12 hours from 06:00 until 18:00. During the extractions I bled a bit more than usual, otherwise the procedure went smoothly. The clinic as most of you know does multiple procedures; another FUE procedure was going on the same day, for crown work. I stayed awake for the majority of the procedure and opted not to watch a movie as I wanted the staff to remain focused while they were working on me. My impression during the procedure was that they took their work seriously. I have some minor observations that I'll share based on the final outcome, but nothing serious. Worth noting here is that they were using a tool that had been introduced during the past 2.5-3 months, called an "implanter". This is essentially a plastic tube that reduces damage to the graft during implantation and allows for denser packs. According to the doctor this is part of a major shift across the industry. Apparently Lorenzo, Bernstein, Erdogan and other famous docs are already using this, though since adoption is somewhat recent only Erdogan has final results on file. During my consultation I became quite concerned about this as it introduced an additional element of uncertainty to the process. However, the doctor stressed to me that Erdogan's results had been amazing and that the introduction of the implanters would reduce risk rather than increase it. Pre-op/Post-op and Patient Experience As detailed by many others over the years here, this is a clinic that takes patient care and post-operative follow-up very seriously. A lot of thought has been put into the "journey" that you take from showing the first interest to submitting the final follow-up photos. I won't spend too much time on this here, just state for the record that I have had a uniformly positive experience throughout. I really like the staff and they have come across in a sympathetic manner in all the interactions I've had with them. The doctor himself is a good man. He has rock solid ethics. While there I met a NW3 patient who to my semi-trained eye would seem like a good candidate, but was ultimately turned down. For this patient there was a risk of donor depletion, and his final pattern of loss would make the transplanted hairline seem odd if the loss progressed. Another, younger patient was turned down during my time there as well, due to his loss being too minor. Some reviews I saw characterized him as seeming "rushed", however I have had the complete opposite impression. He has been very generous with his time to address my various concerns and my myriad of different questions about post-op care and the procedure itself. Personality-wise he does have a bit of swagger to him, however in a way that I associate with high performers from work. Full marks for him and his team in this respect. My concerns The industry is "caveat emptor", and I take some blame for poor research in selecting my surgeon. My intention with choosing Dr. Rahal was to derisk my procedure, which I thought I had done by going for a clinic with a good reputation online. I did not want to go to Turkey, and had been somewhat underwhelmed by the results of the euro surgeons that were available in a reasonable timeframe. Rahal is routinely mentioned in top #3 lists across the internet and I also spoke with a former patient of his that I trust, and got his assurances that a large FUE session would not be a problem. I dodged most of the obvious bullets, like ARTAS, newbie techs, dense packed Armani hairlines, cheapo third-world surgeons and fallen greats. However, I overlooked the negative experiences of forum member Sean (which I believe was due to a combination of physiology and inexperienced staff members working on him during his initial procedure) and SugarHighs (combination of factors but probably physiology seeing as the hairs grew and then shed), and some of the other rather subpar FUE results floating around here. Ignoring the fact that Sean's procedure was back in 2011, most of the results you can find are rather old and there isn't really a plethora of recent complete hairline FUE results similar to what I was going for. Some of the patient results posted here evidence poor growth, though there is clearly a trend of better performance over the years. Mike told me that they generally don't get poor growth, time will tell but he seemed confident when he said it. I should mention that the most recent results you can find here, those of zx_toth and ftbpicks, both had very good growth and final results. I guess I've attached some new meaning to "doing your research". It really means going the extra mile; scouring the web for results and first-hand accounts, and compiling everything into a timeline. Contact former patients that stopped updating. Get everything in writing before you go in, like how many techs will be working on you, what tools will be used and the doctor's involvement in the surgery. No matter how this procedure turns out, I'll be much more careful with my next one, that's for sure. The road ahead: The way I see it, I'm taking one for the team here, essentially. If the results turn out great then that should help assuage anyone who's apprehensive about doing a larger FUE procedure with this doctor. As I said, the patient experience is top notch and I'd recommend anyone that can handle a FUT scar to go with Rahal. Attached are some pre-op, post-op day 1, and day 11 pictures. I'll get some higher res pictures soon so I'll upload those as soon as possible. However, having browsed a few of these threads over the years I know most people don't care too much about the post-op pictures, the final results are what matter. I'm committing to semi-regular updates until the 12 month mark. Other recent FUE patients of Dr. Rahal are welcome to post here, especially those that are far enough out from the procedure to see how it turned out.
  6. Hi Everyone! This is my journey so far dealing with Hairloss. When I was in my early twenty's I abruptly lost a tremendous amount of hair (mostly causing my hairline to regress back at the temples) due to medication side effects. Unfortunately, my hair did not bounce back after stopping the meds, as I was initially told they would. As the years progressed, my hair didn't become any better. I had some good days and some bad days, but in general I spent everyday conscious of my hair. I would be afraid of windy days, I constantly wore baseball caps whenever I could, I hated going to the barbers, and so on. I was pretty sick of the way I was living with my hairloss. The psychological impacts were huge and left me exhausted. Over the years, I did a lot of research and spent many hours roaming online hairloss forums. I tried dozens of at-home remedies, supplements and prescription meds like finasteride. I tried everything but my nothing really came close to correcting my main concern, my bad hairline. And to be honest, I felt like all the stress was causing even more and worse shedding. Last year, in December 2018, I decided to do something about it. That something being a transplant. To be honest, I was a little worried about getting a surgery but everything else had failed me. Currently, I am 32. I contacted a few doctors on my shortlist and decided to go with Dr. Rahal in Canada. I spent a significant amount of time deciding on which surgeon to pick and I am glad that I did. Even before the consultations, I knew that I was going to get FUE rather than FUT, because I didn't want a scar on the back of my head. For me, spending the extra money was worth the better aesthetics on the donor site (where the hairs were taken from). There was a little bit of extra effort like renewing my passport and arranging travel to Canada compared to if I decided to go to a local hair surgeon in the US. However, Dr. Rahal's clinic is set up to accommodate international patients. They converted the adjacent office building into a guesthouse for patients and it was very convenient. The rooms were comfortable and the kitchen and living room area were very clean. It was recommended that international patients stay 4 days post-op before traveling because of the risk of bleeding, I was in no rush and stayed 7 days. The clinic handled and assisted with everything in preparation for my procedure and stay. Everyone in the clinic was exceptionally friendly and professional. The day of the procedure, I arrived at 5:30am and was done by 4pm. It went by in a flash. Part of the reason being I fell asleep. The facilities were great. The operation room was very comfortable and had Netflix. The only pain I felt were the pokes from the anesthetic injections. Everything else was a breeze. The day following the procedure, my only grievance was the swelling, it was annoying, but no pain as I had pain killers provided. Every day following the procedure, I walked over to the clinic and they cleaned my scalp and applied new dressing. The back of my head healed up really nicely. Density: 65 grafts/cm2 front and then gradual decreasing density starting from 1cm from hairline Graft Counts: 1 unit- 601 2 unit- 1413 3 unit- 503 4 unit- 1 Total Hairs - 4940 It has been exactly 1 year now since I had 2500 grafts transplanted to the front and temple regions. The pictures are posted down below and are at the timepoints of Pre-op, Post-op, Day 3, 1 Week, 3 months, 6 months, 9 months and 1 year. Let me know what you guys think.
  7. Another dazzling FUE case. This 39-year-old Norwood 2 patient came in to restore his hairline and receded temples. Dr Rahal designed a hairline without dropping the front, but added density and adjusted the lateral temple angles. The resulting hairline allows for so many more styling options. Only 2024 grafts were used and the patient has ample donor left for future needs. Surgery Type: FUE Recipient Area Treated - 41cm Total Grafts - 2024 Total Hairs - 4258 Recipient Graft Density - 49.36 grafts/cm Recipient Hair Density - 104 hairs/cm Graft Breakdown: Single Hairs - 400 grafts Two Hairs - 1029 grafts Three Hairs - 580 grafts Four Hairs - 15 grafts Average Hairs Per Graft - 2.09
  8. This 46-year-old patient came to Dr Rahal with the desire to restore his hairline and frontal zone. He was a 3 on the Norwood scale. Dr Rahal designed a hairline to suit the patient's expectations of filling in the receding area; and for this 2564 grafts were transplanted using the FUE method. The density at 36 grafts per cm was average - due to donor limitations, size of the recipient area and to leave grafts in reserve for future requirements. Surgery Type - FUE Recipient Area Treated - 72cm Total Grafts - 2564 Total Hairs - 5431 Recipient Graft Density - 35.6 grafts/cm Recipient Hair Density - 75.4 hairs/cm Graft Breakdown: Single Hairs - 560 grafts Two Hairs - 1200 grafts Three Hairs - 749 grafts Four Hairs - 56 grafts Average Hairs Per Graft - 2.12 Pre-op: Graft Placement: Final Result:
  9. Here are the specifics of my 2nd FUT with Dr. Rahal, which I had done 3 days ago. Previously I had a 3185 FUT to my frontal third with Dr. Rahal in February 2016, when I was 40yo. 3 days ago (age 42yo now -- bday is 2/19/75), I re-addressed the same area to boost my density in the frontal third even further, to almost 70 grafts/cm2 in zone 1 and in the front part of zone 2. (first 2 cm of hairline, sometimes referred to as zone A). My hair caliber is very fine, and my # of hairs / graft in the donor region (on average) is less than 2 hairs / graft. So, I have to pack a lot into my frontal third to get the "wow, amazing hairline" look that I'm after. So... round two with Dr. Rahal was 1204 grafts. Here's the breakdown: 1 unit grafts = 305 2 unit grafts = 723 3 unit grafts = 176 4 unit grafts = 0 (none!) :-( total grafts = 1204 total hairs = 2279 average # of hairs / graft = 1.89 hairs/gr ---- I'm waiting on a picture of what my first FUT scar looked like after they completely shaved my head down to a 0 blade. I remember seeing it, and it looked negligible. Waiting on the pic for you guys, nonetheless. Pics below are labeled according. Pre-op, immediate post op, and the pics I took at home just now, which is "day 3 post-op" ---- For my first procedure, with the dense packing, my swelling was TERRIBLE. And later on down the line, my shockloss was TERRIBLE -- see previous thread (in my signature) For this 2nd procedure, because only roughly one-third the # of grafts into the same area, and less analgesic injection amounts I think, etc., I have observed ONLY MINIMAL SWELLING in my face. Very happy about that -- wonder if it will translate to lesser amount of shockloss in a month or so??? That'd be awesome of course. Time will tell. Bottom line -- second time around with FUT has been so, so, so much easier and enjoyable as far as the "post-op aches, hassles, pains" go. FYI -- my other scars on the back of my head (above the smiley face) are from a bad car accident 10 years ago. Got run over in a crosswalk and the back of my head went into the oncoming car's windshield. Here's the pics:
  10. 6 Months Post Op - 1900 FUE Grafts from Dr Rahal Blog Post Here I struggled with hair loss for a few years, beginning in my early twenties. My hairline slowly started to recede towards the dreaded “M” pattern and then I noticed that my crown was starting to thin and became particularly noticeable under bright light. I didn’t seek out any sort of treatment until I was almost 27 because I didn’t know that there was anything I could do to prevent further hair loss. I researched a bit online and came across different web forums that all seem to echo that I should be on the “Big 3”. The “Big 3” were minoxidil, finasteride and ketoconazole shampoo. I started with minoxidil foam (5%) and Nizoral shampoo that contained 2% ketoconazole for about six months. There was a noticeable improvement around the four month mark and I was kind of shocked by how much my hair grew back and thickened. After six months, I decided to get a prescription for finasteride to try to prevent hair loss in the future… I wish I had never touched the stuff. The side effects that I got from taking finasteride affected more than just my hormonal system and lowering my DHT levels and I decided that I wasn’t going to continue taking it even though I knew the inevitable would continue to happen if I didn’t. It was a little over a year later that I decided to look up hair transplant doctors and the different types of procedures offered. After reading different reviews online and seeing patients “Before and After” photos, I found myself most impressed with Dr Rahal’s results and consistent track record, most notably regarding his hairline restoration procedures. I scheduled a consultation with Chad in Toronto which lasted about 45 minutes. Chad explained the different types of procedures (FUT strip and FUE) and also gave me an estimate with how many grafts my procedure might require to get the desired result. I ended up booking my FUE procedure with Dr Rahal based on the fact that he’s among the best in his field and that he’s particularly skilled with hairline restoration which is what I was looking for. It also didn’t hurt that he has an excellent track record. Some people online even claim that his work must be a scam because the results are so consistent. A hair transplant is something that you want to have done properly the first time; because of the limited availability of grafts that can be transplanted as well as the extra cost if you have to have your procedure done over again. The alternative was to have an FUT procedure was not an option for me because I considered it a bit too invasive. I was comfortable with the FUE method, even though it was more expensive, I felt it was the better choice for me. I wanted a quick recovery, no scar and to be comfortable going in to the procedure. The atmosphere at the RAHAL clinic in Ottawa, where I had my procedure done, is very comforting and caring. Each of the staff ensures that you’re relaxed and you're not rushed at all. I wasn’t at all nervous going in to the procedure, in fact, I felt more relieved that I was actually going forward with this. Overall, the surgery was quite painless. I did have some minor swelling that subsided in about two days, but this is due to me sitting up in bed after the procedure and working on my laptop while tilting my head down towards the keyboard for hours the morning after my surgery. Ideally, you want to keep your head straight or lay down to avoid any swelling. The recovery was much easier than I expected; I had my procedure on a Tuesday morning and was back at work (office job) Thursday morning. You do have to sleep on a 45-degree angle for the first five nights after your surgery, but you get used to this pretty quickly. I didn't experience any serious pain, not even a mild headache so the pain medication that the clinic provided wasn't necessary for me. The photos included are the 6 month results from my FUE procedure with Dr. Rahal. In all, I had 1931 grafts via FUE (719 were 1 hair grafts, 1127 were 2 hair grafts, 84 were 3 hair grafts, 1 was a 4 hair graft. In total with 1931 grafts, 3229 hairs were planted. I've also attached my pre-op photos and my post-op photo the day after the surgery. In addition to the FUE procedure I also had PRP treatment during the surgery. I'd highly recommend opting for PRP treatment to anyone who's having a hair transplant done. I believe PRP vastly reduced my healing time and the difference it's made to my hair in areas that I didn't have FUE done is amazing. In the attached photos, I've only had one PRP treatment and that was during the surgery. I do intend to continue having PRP done once every 6-12 months. So far I'm very happy with the results. I do notice fine, blonde hair starting to grow along the hairline so I know my six month photos don't yet show the full result. I'll post back more later.
  11. Hi everyone, If you can add any value to my topic then please feel free to comment. I have been looking into a fue to lower my hairline, I have minimal recession and I am 29 years old (My hairline has always been terrible, so don't feel need to take finasteride just yet). However I have been reading transplant stories on this site and it seems that the surgeons sometimes request patients be on finasteride prior to the surgery. Is this to prevent further loss or do you think it is to aid the success of the transplanted hairs? Many Thanks P3not
  12. This patient received 2166 grafts to restore his crown. Extraction method: FUT Graft breakdown: 162 singles 1526 doubles 475 triples 3 quads The patient supplied his own photo of the final result.
  13. 33 year old patient who came to Dr Rahal to restore his temples and strengthen the hairline. Surgery type: FUT Recipient Area treated - 58 cm Grafts Transplanted - 2201 grafts Recipient Graft Density - 38 grafts/cm Recipient Hair Density - 73.3 hairs/cm Graft breakdown: Single Hair - 550 grafts Two Hair - 1254 grafts Three Hair - 394 grafts Four Hair - 3 grafts TOTAL GRAFTS - 2201 grafts TOTAL HAIRS - 4252 hairs HAIRS PER GRAFT - 1.93 hairs/graft
  14. Here we have a very nice FUT case to share. The patient was aged 29 and he came to Dr Rahal to treat frontal recession, His goal was to restore his hairline and frontal zones, re-framing his face and gaining back styling options. He re-connected with us 6 years later. He has lost hair at his crown (which will be treated in the near future) but his front is looking great. We appreciate that he was happy to show his face as well as his incredible hairline. Surgery type: FUT Recipient Area treated - 75 cm Grafts Transplanted - 3744 grafts Recipient Graft Density - 49.9 grafts/cm Recipient Hair Density - 99.17 hairs/cm Graft breakdown: Single Hair - 751 grafts Two Hair - 2292 grafts Three Hair - 701 grafts Four Hair - 0 grafts TOTAL GRAFTS - 3744 grafts TOTAL HAIRS - 7438 hairs HAIRS PER GRAFT - 1.99 hairs/graft
  15. This patient, aged 57, had an FUT procedure with Dr Rahal to restore his frontal zones. Photos and details can be found here
  16. Here we have a 56 year old patient who had thinning throughout his frontal zones. This included some miniaturised hairs. He chose the FUT method and Dr Rahal restored the area for a dramatic improvement. Surgery Type: FUT Recipient Area Treated - 63cm Total Grafts - 3025 Total Hairs - 6329 Recipient Graft Density - 48 grafts/cm Recipient Hair Density - 100.5 hairs/cm Graft Breakdown: Single Hairs - 557 grafts Two Hairs - 1932 grafts Three Hairs - 836 grafts Four Hairs - 0 grafts Average Hairs Per Graft - 2.09
  17. This patient is age 35 and wanted to restore his hairline (including temple closure) and add density to his frontal zones. He opted for FUE. A great example of how good hair characteristics, together with skilled placement, can make the grafts cover a larger area with satisfying density. The patient also has above average donor density. Surgery Type: FUE Recipient Area Treated - 68cm Total Grafts - 2728 Total Hairs - 6080 Recipient Graft Density - 40.12 grafts/cm Recipient Hair Density - 89.4 hairs/cm Graft Breakdown: Single Hairs - 429 grafts Two Hairs - 1344 grafts Three Hairs - 857 grafts Four Hairs - 98 grafts Average Hairs Per Graft - 2.12
  18. 50 year old patient with minor but noticeable recession/thinning through his frontal zone. His circumstances were good for a thorough procedure which closed his temples and gave him an incredibly youthful hairline. Surgery Type: FUT Recipient Area Treated - 40cm Total Grafts - 2616 Total Hairs - 5287 Recipient Graft Density - 65 grafts/cm Recipient Hair Density - 132 hairs/cm Graft Breakdown: Single Hairs - 573 grafts Two Hairs - 1415 grafts Three Hairs - 628 grafts Four Hairs - 0 grafts Average Hairs Per Graft - 2.02
  19. 50 year old patient with hairline recession. His age and slow rate of hair loss made him an ideal candidate for this type of dense restoration with complete temple closure. Photos and details can be seen here
  20. We took some video footage of this incredible FUE hairline. We posted the photos previously, but seeing the comb go through the hair really shows you the density and how natural it looks. Original thread
  21. This patient had deep hairline recession, plus thinning in a Norwood 5 pattern. He underwent an FUT procedure for 4420 grafts to reconstruct his hairline and add density throughout. We captured some video of the final result. You can see his photos here. His second, smaller FUE procedure to restore his crown can be seen here.
  22. This patient previously had a larger FUT procedure, mainly to address his frontal zones. We recently shared his case here. He is now 9.5 months out from a small FUE procedure to fill in his crown. You can see how Dr Rahal recreated the whorl, which is the most difficult part of a crown restoration. Photos were taken by the patient. We'll take more when he comes in.
  23. This 30 year old male Norwood 5, was looking to recreate his hairline, add density to the top and work backwards, with crown to be treated in a second session. Dr Rahal did this using 4420 Grafts via FUT. Surgery Type: FUT Recipient Area Treated - 93cm Total Grafts - 4420 Total Hairs - 9266 Recipient Graft Density - 47.5 grafts/cm Recipient Hair Density - 99. 63 hairs/cm Graft Breakdown: Single Hairs - 738 grafts Two Hairs - 2522 grafts Three Hairs - 1156 grafts Four Hairs - 4 grafts Average Hairs Per Graft - 2.1
  24. Dr. Rahal/ Norwood 2 / 1829 Graft FUE / 17 months post-op This patient came to us in his late 20s looking for a dense hairline. Using 1829 grafts (totaling 3536 hairs), Dr. Rahal was able to achieve the dense look this patient wanted.
  25. This 31 year old patient came to Dr Rahal to restore his receded hairline and frontal zones. The plan was to do a conservative hairline and add density where required on top, all without exhausting donor supply for future work. Surgery Type: FUT Recipient Area Treated - 78cm Total Grafts - 3459 Total Hairs - 7308 Recipient Graft Density - 44. 34 grafts/cm Recipient Hair Density - 93.7 hairs/cm Graft Breakdown: Single Hairs - 609 grafts Two Hairs - 1894 grafts Three Hairs - 913 grafts Four Hairs - 43 grafts Average Hairs Per Graft - 2.11
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