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  1. This forum has helped so many including myself navigate the waters of hair restoration. But some aren't so lucky, it's an important topic, because hair transplant surgeons aren't created equal. This community has battled free-speech lawsuits for the protection of patients before patients had a voice. Thankfully, now we have a voice and we're able to share our journeys and experiences with one another. Share this video with friends, family and social media. Who ever may be considering a hair transplant.
  2. #BeforeAndAfterMondays This 33-year-old man underwent a follicular unit transplantation (FUT) session with Dr. Carlos K. Wesley in which a total of 2633 grafts were placed. The patient’s hair follicles were incubated in platelet rich plasma (PRP) throughout the duration of the procedure. This, combined with an ATP-containing storage solution has been shown to enhance survival of transplanted hairs. As with all of Dr. Wesley’s patients, he was NOT required to cut his hair for the procedure. As a result, this patient was able to return comfortably to work and social activities within approximately 7-10 days of his procedure. The patient returned 10 mos. after his procedure and images of the patient can be seen below.
  3. LONG time reader, first time poster. At the age of 22, I made a mistake and got a HT from an ISHRS doctor to fill in my somewhat receding hairline. I freaked out at the first sight of recession. I had about 2000 grafts implanted. If anyone around that age is reading this post, I would strongly advise against HT's. The hairline was too low and the density was thin, so I went back to the same doctor 6 years later and got another 2000 grafts implanted to attempt to add more density. Obviously, this did not remedy the situation. I got by throughout the years with a combination of longer hair styles and Dermmatch, but I really just wanted to reverse the mistake I made in the first place as much as possible. I started doing consultations with some top docs, as mentioned in these forums. I discovered posts about Dr. Gabel in these forums and luckily had moved near his Oregon office. We decided to extract out nearly all of the grafts that were transplanted there before. I can not begin to tell you how much happy I am with the results. I feel free again! There is still a little work to be done on the temples and hairline, which I plan to discuss with Dr. Gabel in a couple months after I heal to see what he recommends. I can not say enough good things about Dr. Gabel and his staff. Gabel answers every one of my questions and emails within 24 hours. I have searched these forums for many, many years and I can tell you Dr. Gabel is one of the best hair docs in the US.
  4. Background: In 2015 I had surgery to correct Craniosynostosis (a craniofacial deformity) which was successful, but it did leave a large scar across my hairline. So I wanted a hair transplant to cover this up as well as lower the hairline to camouflage the oddly shaped skull. My First Transplant: I had my first transplant in 2016 with one of the big Belgian clinics. 2400 grafts - manual FUE. The results were just OK, but I still had a few issues to address. - The density of my right temple was quite weak and the design was very different from the left side (the implantations were done by 3 different technicians, one of whom was clearly rushing). - The new hairline was asymmetrical. The right side was noticably higher. - My first transplant was a no-shave procedure, so there were no grafts put behind the hairline, as a result this area was quite thin. 2nd Transplant For my 2nd transplant, after having done a lot of research on here, foreign language forums & Pubmed, I was looking for a clinic where: - All extractions and implantations are performed by the doctor - No mega sessions. (My last procedure took 11.5 hours in one day, performed by 3 technicians & 1 doctor. Exhausting!) - I've read a few studies which say that grafts are more likely to fail when they spend more time outside of the body. So I wanted a clinic where the work was done in small batches of 300-500 grafts. - The doctor must only work on one patient per day. - The doctor must use the 'stick & place' implantation technique. From what I've seen, this creates less scabbing than the standard implantation method. Also, it allows for more density. It is more labor-intensive though. I found only a few clinics in Europe who work like this, and I noticed that one of the top doctors from these clinics (Dr Kaan, who previously worked with both Dr Keser and the Hairline Clinic) has recently opened his own independent clinic. I'd seen a lot of top-class dense-packing hairline results from this doctor before on a German hair forum, so I emailed his clinic in mid-September and booked surgery for early October. Plus his price was quite a bit more affordable than the other clinics who use this protocol. :D I've attached my before photos below
  5. Hi guys, Seeking advice on my current situation. Around 10 months ago I had a hair transplant which left me with an emotionally devastating result. The doctor lowered my hairline far more than requested, I had 1700 grafts (with very little growth) & many planted in the wrong direction. I have recently had a repair by a far more experienced doctor who planted 700 ( mostly multi) extra grafts in a way that she is convinced will camouflage the previous transplant (wrong angled grafts are mostly ones & 2s). I’m skeptical to the result I will receive And am considering booking another surgery with the ASMED clinic to remove and replant the poorly angled hairs. My hair is really thick, I have a very strong donor area & my hair loss is beyond slow. I am on avodart, minox, fin & niz as preventions. This has destroyed my life. I am not looking for criticism, just advice on what you can see from the photos and help moving forward (1st 2 photos pre op - second two 10 days post op) Thanks
  6. Hi, I have what I consider to be a bad strip scar. It's the big smiley face type about 1cm wide. I've looked into repair with Dr Quatela (who is recommended by this site and who did the original work), and was given the options of scar removal and FUE into the scar. I like the idea of scar removal but am afraid of (1) not being able to sit still long enough to allow for proper healing and (2) if I can manage to heal, getting the same results as before. The alternative is FUE. I'm really on the fence about this option b/c although I want the scar fixed I'm afraid of more surgery, that is to say more visible scarring on my head (which to me seems to scream "Hair Transplant Recipient!" It makes me very embarrassed, rightly or wrong, so) I've tried to search out other people's experiences with this type of repair but seem to find, only posts dated immediately or shortly after post-op, posts from doctors, or threads that seem to stray from the original topic. I'm hoping that those who have had an HT scar repaired via FUE might share their long term results and experiences. Especially anyone who might have had the scar repaired with beard hair. (I feel so desperate that I'd rather have the FUE scars on my chin and neck than on my head! Though from the pictures I've seen online, the beard scars seem to heal better than those on the head) So, did the procedure work to your satisfaction? Who was your doctor and would you recommend him? Was there additional scarring that prevents you from cutting your hair short? Like the strip scar does. If you had the repair with beard hair, does the hair look right? is there bad scarring on your face? Any other advice? Anything you might share would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
  7. This patient came in looking for a repair of a previous hair transplant that left him unsatisfied with the unnatural hairline and the pluggy looking grafts. The targeted repair areas include the donor area and the hairline. The patient received 800 grafts via FUE with the goal to increase the overall density of the hairline and make the overall aesthetic much more pleasing and natural looking. The patient's previous hair transplant also left the density in the donor area very uneven, due to the concentrated removal of the grafts and the larger punch used for extraction. We fix this by strategically harvesting the grafts from the previously untouched regions of the scalp so as to even out the overall density in the donor region.
  8. This patient is in his mid-40’s and had hair transplant surgeries over 20 years ago. Fortunately, the original transplant was entirely competent mini-graft procedures that were well planned and state of the art for that time. The hairline fortunately had not been placed too low. His hair loss progressed over the years, leaving the transplanted hair as an isolated island. He was most likely a type IV or V when he had his original surgeries and he progressed to type VII. Despite the number of previous surgeries, I judged he had one good strip left. We performed one FUT of 3,582 grafts to fill in the side walls (‘lateral humps”) and to shrink the crown from the outside in. He is shown one year later with a much more normal appearance.
  9. I am looking for advice from the forum on how to resolve my terrible pluggy appearance (2 sessions from the mid 90s) and frontal hair loss. The two Coalition doctors from my area I have consulted with in person have recommended polar opposite approaches: 1) linear excision of row of plugs along hairline + 2000 grafts over 2 sessions OR 2) camouflage in front, in between and behind existing plugs with 1,000-1,200 grafts One doctor is convinced the camouflage is the best approach and will produce a desirable result (A grade). The other says it is like planting grass among the trees and will still be very noticeable (he's had clients come back to him with poor results). I can see the camouflage working with smaller mini-grafts but I am concerned if my plugs are too thick for them to be shielded adequately. However the prospect of major surgery with the linear excision and scarring is fairly terrifying given all I've been through, making the more conservative approach desirable. I can't help but think I'll be one of the 1% who has problems. My overall goal is to restore a naturally looking appearance. It doesn't need to be perfect but I don't think I'd be happy if I can still see the plugs, or scars (i.e. noticeable as a transplant). I'm trying to determine if I can achieve a "very good" result (B+ / A- grade) with the camouflage as opposed to the major reconstructive surgery and higher risk with the linear excision that likely would produce an A+ result eventually. Does anyone have knowledge of good repair results of large plugs leaving them alone and grafting around them? Or the opposite if this has produced unsatisfactory results? Who are considered the best repair doctors in the States? I feel completely confident that both doctors I consulted with are the best I can choose in my area. FWIW, I did email pictures to Dr. Konior and he recommended the linear excision of the hairline technique for the best result. Both doctors agree I have a very good supply of donor hair. I even have fairly thick hair from the top of my head back through the crown. It is really just the front I need to deal with. Thank you for your assistance in helping me sift through the information in making a decision. This will truly be life-altering in a good way, as I have had this "hanging over my head" for 20+ years.
  10. Hi, I had a horrible hair transplant experience 3 month ago with a recommended doctor which I will share in detail later. Now my only goal is to heal the best possible way so down the road I will be able to shave my head after some repair. My main concern currently is my red and bumpy sometimes itchy recipient area. My recipient never looked good since the operation but I was always told by the clinic that it is normal, I just heal slowly. I never had trouble with healing before. I can't trust my clinic anymore. (among other reasons, they talked me into a 2500 graft fue to the front, not warning me about my ongoing thinning in a norwood 5 area) I have been hiding from the world for 3 months now, and became depressed. I have just read Dr. William Lindsey's post about itchiness and hypertrophic scarring ( Itchy Scalp Post Hair Transplant: Should I Be Concerned? | Hair Loss Q & A ) and became very concerned. My donor also look like crap. I would like to reach out to the experienced forum members and doctors to get an honest opinion of an outsider. Since I could not upload the high-res pictures, I added a link to my picasa album, please check it. https://picasaweb.google.com/112640619773477959199/2015Szeptember22?authuser=0&authkey=Gv1sRgCNjG7MqfovyIxAE&feat=directlink I also need advice who to turn to for a possible personal consultation in Europe who I can trust and who can evaluate my case and help me heal the best possible way, so I can achieve my goal and put this horrible mistake behind me. Thank you
  11. * Patient Age: 31 years * Medications: Propecia in the past. Not currently. * Donor area density: 70 UFs/cm2 * Type of hair: Medium thickness * Technique: FUE * FUs: 1,397 * Previous operations: Yes, at prior clinic by way of "strip" of approx 1500 FUs in the hair line. * Number of hairs per graft: - 1 hairs: 309 - 2 hairs: 614 - 3 hairs: 410 - 4 hairs: 64 The patient had a previous operation a few years ago at a prior clinic to rebuild the hair line, but the result was not as hoped. Patient therefore opted for a FUE Procedure with BHR to repair the hair line and add density. Grafts were also placed into the linear scar as the patient wanted to wear his hair short. Results show 0 - 8 Months progression Pre-Surgery Post-Operation Donor Site & Linear Scar Repair Photos below provided by patient at the early stages of 8 months post-op and shaved, with more thickening of the hair to come. Linear Scar
  12. Hi everyone and thanks for taking the time to read my story. Your opinions will be most appreciated and hopefully will guide me to my final decision on how to proceed in regards to my repair. Though this is my first thread, I've been reading the forum and learning from the community for the past 5 years. Unfortunately I found out about the HTN after I had 2 micrografts FUT surgeries here in Brazil with an unknown number of grafts. In 2008 I visited Dr. Arthur Tykocinski and his consultation was eye openning to the damage that has been done by a "butcher doc" called Miguel Sorrentino in 2006 and 2008. Dr. Tykocinski mentioned the HTN and encouraged me to research and educate myself. Little did I know about what was laying ahead for me. In 2009, when in the States, I had a chance to visit some coalition recommended doctors, including Feller, True and Dorin, James Vogel and a former recommended doc called Epstein from Florida. I heard different opinions about my case, and the different approaches on how to address the repair. The latest doc even recommended an eye brown lift, which really scared me at the time. After checking on several results and meeting the doctor in person, I felt confident that Feller was a safe choice. Upon my return to NY in 2010, I had my third FUT procedure with Dr. Feller, adressing the frontal/mid scalp with 2500 grafts (pictures attached). My repair case was particularly difficult because: 1) I had a hairline placed too low, with several micrografts containing 3 to 4 hairs. Dr. Feller recommended lasering the hairs out, which I did. But they kept growing back and now I consider having some removed via FUE on my next procedure. 2) I was left with a big scar on the donor, about 1/2 inch wide by 3 inches long. Dr. Feller did not touch it, and removed the grafts from the side of my scalp. 3) Micrografts were spread out all over my balding areas, including the crown and midscalp and they became more evident as I continue to loose hair. 4) I have a hard time to style my hair as I don't have much density and my hair line isn't perfect. Also, hairs were placed with no attention to proper angle. Dr Feller's procedure was well done, but did not solve my problem in one shot. I understand it was a first step towards the solution, possibly adequate at the time. But the HT keeps haunting me and I am reminded of it every moment when I look at the mirror. Maybe my expectations were too high for the time, given my poor start. I feel now it's the time to seek for a broader solution, a long term formula. I returned to him a couple of times to seek advice, and he was always reminding me from where I have started in a positive way. He suggested another FUT procedure consisting of 2000 grafts to adress the crown. And even trusting and respecting him very much, I decided to wait and see other options before moving forward. On my ressearch to find the most suitable doc to give me a natural appearance, I have been to a few clinics, all recommended here, including Dr. Rahal in Ottawa, 3 years ago, who also suggested 2000#. About a year and a half ago I wet to Dr. Bisanga in Belgium and he suggested 1000 FUE in the crown / Beard into the scar – 600 grafts and Test of 200 chest grafts in the crown. Said my density was not great in the scalp and I should be aware and realistic with expectations. Last year I visited Dr. Lorenzo in Manchester and he was more optimistic. I must say Lorenzo is amazing, very confident, not only a great doctor but a great human being. He said altough my case was not easy, I still had some good donor density and suggested 1500 grafts FUE on a first moment and eventually 1500 more, on a second pass in the crown, as I would need that for coverage as it is a very large area. Perhaps some beard on the scar to test, but I don’t think BHT is his speciallty. To add to my doubts, I've been seeing excelent results from Dr. Hakan Doganay and Dr. Koran Erdogan, both from Turkey. About two weeks ago I met Denison (Dr. Erdogan's HTN representative) in person in Rio de Janeiro, and saw Dr. Erdogan's great work live, as he himself is a recent patient. I felt very confident in his work and he suggested via online consultation a possible 3000 graft repair, done in a 2 days procedure. Last, but not least, I have good beard density and extremely good chest hair with 2/3 hairs per follicule. I saw some really inspiring work from Dr. Umar and would consider him, should my case require a larger ammount of grafts to get my solution in a one deal package, if that even exists. Every single doc has a different opinion in how to proceed, which makes me a bit confused and uncertain. Although trusting Denison opinion and experience with Dr. Erdogan and leaning towards him, I would like to share and hear your remarks before coming to a decision, which should happen very soon. This might be my last shot and I can't afford to waste it especially for the sake of my own psycological sanity. I am aware all those surgeons are great, but my doubt is not which one is the best, but rather who would be more suitable to solve my problem at my current condition. I would really appreciate your feedback. Many thanks and regard to everyone, Daniel
  13. By all accounts my strip scar was really well done, but I'm still looking to get it revised.... or at least looking for suggestions.... I'm new to the forum but have been reading through quite a bit about scar restoration and wanted to share my story. I'm sure some questions exist in the forums and I'll dive in to them in more detail later, but my head's been spinning with so many different forums/discussions/reviews/suggestions/stories/etc that I figured I'd just get mine out there and go from there. Short, short version: Hairline went in early 20s but didn't bother me that much. Crown started going and I couldn't take it. Flirted with HT procedure for 7+ years and finally got it done in 2010. As far as the procedure itself, I think it was very well done. As for the results I think I was under the impression, rightly or not, that i'd end up with probably more density than I have... Been keeping it at a #4 clipper attachment for a few years but really not that thrilled with it at all. Plus my sides/temples are getting grayer by the day.... all in all not a ton good going on up top. Also, when they stitched my strip they overlapped a layer of skin so that the hair would grow back up through the scar. Anyway I'm at the point now where I'd love to just buzz it at a #1 or so and be a normal bald dude. But the scar is extremely visible at that length. The weird part is that I think part of the reason its so visible is because the hair grew in THICKER through the scar. At close inspection the scar is barely noticeable. The tissue isn't a terribly different shade than the normal skin and the hairs did indeed grow back up through the scar (albeit not quite at the same density). But as you can see from far away its still incredibly noticeable. Options: 1) just keep the hair longer 2) bite the bullet and shave it CLOSER (thinking the thicker hairs might be less noticeable if they aren't that long) 3) FUE into scar (maybe even using some of the thicker 'scar hairs' to divide up and place elsewhere) 4) SMP or some sort of pigmentation Anyway, new to this and just wanted to throw it out there to get some advice. Thanks in advance for reading through--
  14. I'd like to share my strip scar repair story that started with a bad transplant done in the 1990s. The original transplant was the worst decision of my life. It gave me a frizzy hairline and worse, left me with an obvious surgical scar. Soon after the procedure I just wanted it reversed and to shave my head, but I couldn't and I was devastated. After years of shot confidence that hurt the most important aspects of my life; women and work I summoned the courage to once again go for surgery; this time for repair the damage. I did the surgery with Dr. Jones near Toronto. It involved removing the old hairline plugs and transplanting them back into the old scar. We also took out some new Follecular Unit Extraction (FUE) hairs to add more density. After a few sessions I can finally buzz my head with confidence - SEE PICS. I know the technology today is light-years ahead and there are good doctors out there who can restore your hair if you want. But also know that if you want to get your head back to where it was there are real options too.
  15. Let me first say that Dr Umar administers the fastest head-shaving in the history of grooming. In about 8 seconds, he and I were virtual twins... view his portrait at his website and I'm sure you'll see the similarity. At the outset, it was nice to be in a clinic where everyone had a great sense of humor and a positive energy. That has been a consistent theme for every clinic I have been to, and the Fine Touch facility in Redondo Beach is no exception. They're fun, caring people. As you can see, my closely trimmed dome is pretty much a roadmap for all that has come before. In the eighties... several plug sessions and two scalp reductions In the nineties... the first repair effort, a very conservative strip session 2008... a very competent repair effort (aggressive strip, de-plugging) Having been through it all, I have to say that even though it was my only option, the FUE method would have been my choice whether this was my first procedure or a last ditch repair. My planned 3000 grafts were scheduled for two days. Since I was filling in on a couple of rare open days, day one was a Monday.... day two was a Friday. In hindsight, it was nice having a break in between, but not essential. Day one, the plan was for 1500 grafts to be harvested mostly from my beard (around 1000 I would guess), and the rest from the scalp. This day was a total dream. I can't stand needles, and the numbing shots were not something I was looking forward to. I can honestly say, I don't even remember getting them. The session lasted all day. The recipient area was the crown, working from back to front. My ancient scalp reduction probably was good thing at this point, although Dr Umar astutely noticed that after two reductions many years ago, my hair was asymmetrical and he adjusted his design accordingly. Recovery from day one was an absolute breeze. Very little swelling. My chin had some very minor discomfort, no ill effect further down my neck. Things were off to a great start. Day two was on Friday. With another 1500 grafts planned, Dr Umar's plan was to exhaust the scalp of its remaining donor (all 1500). The original plan was for him to continue working his way up the crown/vertex, and end the new hair just behind my imperfect, yet livable, hairline. I would deal with correcting the hairline at a future session... but Dr Umar took a different approach and it not only will serve my appearance, but it will also make my next and final session easier. He suggested to build a horseshoe from where we left off on Monday, and make the hairline more complete. It was a great piece of adapting to the flow of the procedure and I am very grateful for it. It leaves a small oval area with no transplants, but even with a moderate length haircut, it should cover quite well. I've lived with way worse for years, so it shouldn't be bad at all. You may not be able to tell from the photos, but there is some hair that will return to at least a thin density... better than nothing. Of course, the frontal area is more sensitive (at least for me). The procedure went very smoothly. Recovery was no fun.... a lot of swelling, a black eye. But all returned to normal within a couple of days and was not unanticipated. My follow up session with Dr Umar will probably take place within the year and will be 100% beard donor. Dr Umar and I visited at length during one of my off days. He is an innovator and the consummate professional. He finds himself working with the worst of us.... the severly botched jobs (which he himself experienced, he walks in our shoes) the patients that have had no options and feel hopeless. He understands the powerful emotion that is within us. He offers realistic hope. He makes no promises, but he is doing pioneering work. His U-Graft procedure is technically designed to ensure the highest survival rate as possible for the grafted hair. It's a clever and well thought bit of engineering. And his track record with body hair sources continues to expand. And the extra 100+ grafts were a nice icing on the cake too. If there is interest, I would be happy to continue the updates and of course, answer any questions I can. This board was invaluable as I sought a means of repairing my poor unfortunate head... so I hope it can be my turn to return some insights and thoughts to those of you that are traveling the same road.
  16. I got a hair transplant at 19 yrs on my temples. The results are mediocre. Anyways the main issue is i am 22 now and still most of the remaining is still present and condition not worsening. But i am afraid that in the future if i start losing the remaining hair and recedes the present hair transplant will look very odd and will affect my confidence. How to avoid such damage ? and once the inevitable happens is it possible to correct the already transplanted hair and star over with a fresh hairline and transplant ? Thanks. PS 1 ) I am from india and been taking finasteride )alternate days and minoxidil foam (alternate days) . 2)If there is any stage between NW0 and NW 1 i would be between the 2. Actually the hair line recided when i entered puberty and is in the same stae for the past 3 years.
  17. Greetings all I am new to the forums & been reading for awhile now...anyway I am a veteran HT patient going back to the 80's with plugs from Bosley then double flap surgery at Fleming/Mayer so consequently I have extensive scarring and slightly better than horrific results. Last week I underwent a 1200 graft strip surgery (last one) to rebuild temple points and try to soften the bold hairline however the surgeon really wants no part in scar/lump or FUE repair where the flaps were rotated into place...the lumps actually make the divits from the scars look much deeper and the hair always parts there along with growing in a backward direction as opposed to forward. And since most of my donor hair has been depleted BHT will have to be an option. Hasson/Wong turned me away, Umar said 5500 grafts to start with...no one is addressing the scars other than trying to cover them up. Any recommendations and opinions from a few more experts would be appreciated as my goals at this point are fairly modest. Feel free to comment on the pics below Comment from one doc already "you were raped":eek: very true:)
  18. Some of you may have followed some of my posts on here in the past -- I am so thankful to this community and the advice I received. I talked to some amazing doctors and, after months of thought as to what was best, on August 30, 2011, I went through a great repair experience with Dr. Cooley. I will have to change the picture, get some to post, but, the current picture looks nothing like me now. After having surgeries in the early 1990s when I was very young (I'm 42 now), I thought I had no hope. I would always have a pluggy hairline and never see the real "me" in the mirror. I could never eat outside in a cafe without a hat, or feel comfortable at the beach (again, without a hat). Why had I made such a mistake when so young, was a thought that often went through my mind. After seeing a friend who had a repair by Dr. Vogel in Maryland (excellent work, by the way) and then finding this and other forums, I went on a search for the right doctor for me. It is clear that there are so many good doctors on this forum. I ultimately chose Dr. Jerry Cooley, because of the time he spent with me before surgery in a phone consult (as did some other doctors who I would also recommend) as well as emails (as well as his great staff of Lollie and Ailene), patient recommendations, and the fact that I thought his plan was what I felt was the best one for me. That of course was my individual decision and I'm sure whomever I selected would have created topnotch results -- one factor was the ease of traveling from my home to Charlotte and that Dr. Cooley said that he felt comfortable doing the repair in one procedure. What I liked most about the doctors in this network was that all of the doctors (and their staff) I spoke with who are on here acted in my best interest, wanted what was best for me, spent time with me, and all spoke highly of the others whom I was considering. I never felt pressured. I basically had several choices to correct my pluggy hairline. I had had 4 open donor procedures in the past (not strip surgeries) and was very concerned about how many grafts I would have left to have to use. Dr. Cooley recommended a conservative approach to the hairline, did not think comouflage (just implanting new hairs in front of and around the plugs without plug reduction/removal) would be enough, and recommended an aggressive punch removal/reduction of the pluggy grafts and strip surgery all in one procedure. He also said that in his experience that A-Cell would help with the healing of the areas where the front row of plugs and some others where reduced/removed. When I arrived at his office by shuttle on the morning of surgery at 7:00 am after staying at the nearby hotel, we met, went over the plan again, and I totally trusted what he was saying (after I had asked so many questions before, at the end of the day, you have to put your trust in your decision to choose the best doctor for you). When Dr. Cooley asked whether I wanted to be as aggressive and get the best result, even though initially it might not look the best because of the open holes where the plugs would be reduced/removed, I said to go for it. Then, it was into the chair. This was nothing like the earlier procedures I had and I felt no paid at all the whole time. While I slept some of the time, I know that Dr. Cooley had his team of about eight techs working to get the follicles ready for implantation, and that Dr. Cooley made the incisions for implantation. I believe that Dr. Cooley and two techs did much of the implantation in the recipient area, and in the end it was Dr. Cooley and Brandi, his head tech who were working on my head to finish up. It seemed that Dr. Cooley was in the room the whole time (at least when I was up) and the whole atmosphere was top notch. On a side note, for those other busy guys out there, it was nice not to have to worry about the blackberry. And, when all was said and done, after I think more than 11 hours, I couldn't believe it -- my hair looked pretty good -- there wasn't much redness where the follicular units were implanted, and, thanks to my stretching exercises that I did for 6 weeks before the surgery, and an enzyme that Dr. Cooley uses on the strip, I was able to get over 3,000 grafts (when other doctors had told me my max would be 1,500 to 1,800). And, I might have another 1,500 left if I need another procedure. One thing I'm happy about is some of the open donor scarring in the back of my head was removed by Dr. Cooley's removal of the strip and closure. Dr. Cooley also did not require me to shave my head, which was important to me given my profession. That night, I went to the hotel, had some dinner, took the valium and demoral, used my airline pillow (I recommend this), and slept fine except when I woke up as directed to use a spray to increase blood flow that Dr. Cooley recommends. The next morning, I went to Dr. Cooley's and got shampooed and I couldn't believe it -- I was finally looking at me again (albeit with smaller holes where the row of plugs in the front had been removed/reduced) and not at some guy with a bunch of plugs in his hairline. I told Dr. Cooley that when the holes healed up, I would even be happy if I just look like this (without the grown in hairs from the transplant), as opposed to seeing that half smiley face in the front of my head with pretty much bare flesh behind it. Dr. Cooley said he had heard that many times before before. My scar (75 stitches or so) also feels relatively fine and Dr. Cooley said it looks good, as did some of my friends who looked at it. I could not be happier and I hope to post some pictures soon. Here's the most amazing thing. I had a big assignment at work today (2 days post surgery) and I went in wearing my hat (with saran wrap underneath to protect the grafts) and have continued to use the spray that Dr. Cooley said to spray on the grafts. After an hour at work, I took the hat off as the holes from the plug removal have already shrunk to about half of their original size. There are two other HT patients (from older techniques) at my office and both were impressed, as has everyone who has seen how clean the work is. I can only hope that when the time comes, it all grows in as expected. Basically, after major HT surgery, I looked like a guy walking around with a slightly wet head -- thanks to the spray and my not coming my hair to not affect the implanted follicles. I of course am not doing any physical exertion or exposing my head to the sun. I owe so much thanks to Dr. Cooley, Brandi, Ailene, Lollie, Stephanie, and everyone else on his team. Their kindness and patience throughout is to me what medicine should be all about. I never felt pushed or that anything was being sold to me, and I know Dr. Cooley was the captain in control of a well-run ship. The whole time, I honestly felt that everyone on his team was looking out for my best interests and were extremely competent in their field. I know there are multiple approaches to HT repair, but, if you are considering one, now may be the time to consider it given how the technology has changed. And, if you are just considering any type of HT procedure, I highly recommend consulting with Dr. Cooley and his team. Finally, to all of you with whom I've corresponded, you have my sincere thanks. Best. Bill
  19. Hey everyone, I am new to this board. I need help PLEASE. 3 weeks ago I had an 500 FUE's removed from donor area and placed into my hairline. This is a second procedure to fill in from a previous one that was not successful. The Doctor shaved down three rows in which to extract the grafts. 2 days ago I got a haircut, and those three rows looked puffy somehow and it had visible see-through. At first I figured maybe it was due to the difference in length between donor hair and shaved hairs. So I cut the back a bit more, and to my surprise, I could see 3 distinct rows of see-through smileys. Immediately I became upset and couldn't believe this was happening. This was supposed to be the procedure to finish up my hairline. This wasn't how I saw other donor areas on FUE transplant photos. I did some research and the only conclusion I can come up with is that too much hair was extracted from the sites. Also, I can see some punch marks that were dark, so I looked at them closely and I can see the hair intact, so there are a number of what appears to be unsuccessful grafts. Please everyone I really need your feedback. I am completely distraught and haven't slept in two days. Is this something that is permanent, could it be shock loss? And most importantly, can this be fixed? Basically, go back and get thin areas filled in? Lastly, at what point should I consider full regrowth from shock loss, damaged hair to be done and whatever state more donor is in will be the final result. I am not going to disclose the doctor yet, as I am awaiting his response to my email. Reason being, I don't want to call anyone out if I am over-reacting.
  20. 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.
  21. Bernstein Medical - Center for Hair Restoration patient JIH had 4 scalp reductions that resulted in a significant Y-shaped deformity on the top of his head, a partially depleted donor supply, and a tight scalp. This makes future hair transplantation procedures difficult by limiting the total number of grafts that can be transplanted. The “After” photo shows the results of one hair transplant session of 1,825 follicular unit grafts. A second procedure is planned to add more density. See thumbnails for a view of the top of JIH’s scalp. Click the thumbnails below for a larger view. Before / After: Left: Before Hair Transplant Repair Right: After One Repair Session Scalp Reduction Scars and Camouflage: Four scalp reductions leave significant scarring on the top of the scalp in a geometric pattern and altered hair direction. This is camouflaged with the transplantation of 1,825 follicular unit grafts that are integrated with the existing hair. The density of the area will be increased in a future procedure. Left: Y-shaped Scalp Reduction Scar Center: Recipient Sites in 1st Repair Session Right: After 1st Hair Transplant Repair Session Detail of Hairline: Note the natural looking hairline produced after just one session. Left: Position of Hairline Center: Recipient Sites Right: After 1st Hair Transplant Repair Session View this patient's complete photo profile on our website at Patient JIH
  22. This video depicts a repair session performed on a 58-year-old man who had undergone 8 (eight) previous hair transplant sessions by a different surgeon. He requested a softening of a "pluggy" appearing hairline. Using a total of only 647 FU, coupled with strategic removal of coarse grafts within the hairline, this objective was met. Images of a separate patient taken 10 months post-operatively are also included. They depict a 45-year-old man who underwent a repair session with Dr. Walter Unger using 1973 FU.
  23. I am going to Colorado tomorrow for a FUE procedure with Dr. Jim Harris. I am having scar repair done from my first strip method surgery as well as recieving some grafts in my frontal hairline. I am looking at about 300 grafts to the scar and 400 grafts to the frontal hairline. I will be posting pics and giving frequent updates so everyone can folllow along. If the procedure goes as planned I am hoping to come back for a few more to fill in the frontal and mid areas more and then eventually the crown. Everyone cross your fingers and wish me luck! Many pics to come...
  24. I've seen numerous posts on here and other sites about HT Repair, and want to get the Board's opinion. I was unfortunately a patient of Dr. Weidig in Maryland in the early 90s, and my hairline has a pluggy appearance in the front, with not much behind -- the front, at least to me, looks pretty thick and unnatural). I am considering the following doctors: Wong, Shapiro, Feller and maybe Epstein. I haven't heard from Dr. Feller yet (I just sent him the info), and need to meet Drs. Wong and Shapiro in person, and I'm sure they are all top notch. The question I have is that Dr. Wong's staff indicated that they would go around and between my front plugs, putting a little in front and filling it out behind so that it would blend in and look very natural (the largest plugs would be thinned). On the other hand, Dr. Shapiro's office recommended, based on the pictures, removing most of the plugs in front or thinning them out and then coming back later for more procedures to get the hairline the way I want it. Dr. Epstein said (like Wong) that he could achieve major improvement in the first session, but also said he would reduce or remove most of the plugs. I'm really looking forward to what Dr. Feller thinks. It seems that Dr. Shapiro's approach is more conservative than Dr. Wong's. I know I'd be in good hands with any of those guys, but between these four, who would you recommend? And what do you think of the three different strategies (in fairness, are just based on photos and I haven't spoken with the doctors yet) that have been proposed? Thanks to all who reply. Bill
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