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  1. Melvin-Moderator

    Is FUE Scarless?

    Hey Guys, Contrary to popular belief FUE is not scarless. However, it continues to be advertised and marketed as a scarless procedure. I encourage you guys to read this article and share it with anyone considering an FUE procedure. It's a great procedure I have had three myself, but we should never expect to have no scars after having surgery. Is FUE A Scarless Hair Transplant Procedure
  2. I am a 27 yr old man who started losing pretty early, around 18. Just had my first ht surgery (yes yes I know, early) about two months ago. Would like to get input on what you guys think I could expect as well as how to maintain during the next few months. Had about 3000 grafts put in! I have been using rogaine for native hair and that has helped slightly for the time being. Will also be purchasing a laser helmet shortly (i am terrified of finasteride, and will not be experimenting with it..) I am also a little concerned about my scar at this point. It seems to have widened slightly, especially over my left ear and right back portion. I have my hair a little under an Inch long and it covers it very well. But the doc said I'd be able to wear 3 guard buzz, and at this point it's very noticeable at that length. Will it continue to heal so I can wear it at a 3 guard? Thanks! Mainly I'm just looking for tips and any advice thanks! ! Thanks
  3. Please help! For months I've been reading about the positives and negatives of FUE VS FUT. I've consulted with 2 Doctors in person, wasn't comfortable with their advise. I've consulted online via my pictures and different doctors tell me different things: A highly respected doctor mentioned in this forum from the US advised FUT strip for me via an online consultation (with pictures) but another one from the USA and a highly rated doctor in Turkey both advised a megasession 2 day FUE procedure. When I asked the American doctor who advised FUE about future hair loss in mid scalp that I'm afraid I will run out of graphs and will end up with 2 islands of hair where the HT was done (one in front and one in back with no hair in the middle), questioning him about maximizing my donor area by doing FUT first and the better growth rates of FUT, he responded that 1) based on my age (44) and current stage of hairloss that I was not going to go bald or lose significantly more hair (I dont believe him), and 2) that his results are the same or almost the same as FUE in terms of graph survival and growth rate (I didn't believe him here either). But if these are not true, why did the famous well respected doctor from Turkey also advise an FUE only megasession? I've seen videos of Doctors referring to FUT as the gold standard of hair transplants with pencil-thin scar capabilities, but then I read that even a pencil-thin scar done perfectly by the best doctors can stretch, requiring a wasting of potential hair graphs to cover the scar thereby reducing some potential benefit of FUT (if the scar stretches). SO I NEED ADVISE AND PERSPECTIVE ON WHAT TO DO! Here is a rundown of my situation, goals, and concerns: 1) I want a full crown area, in the sun it looks completely bald. I'm single with no kids and this large balding spot does not help. I read that 35 FUs graphs per square centimeter is a minimum density required for fullness. I measured my bare crown area (multiple times). It is an oval of 10.5 cm X 12.5 cm resulting in an area of 103 cm needing graphs. Even if we round down to 100 cm, the 35 FU graphs/cm = 3,500 graphs minimum (if the 35 number is correct) to acheive a full look. However, I've had doctors tell me they would advise only 1500 to 2500 FU graphs in this crown area. Based on the math this makes no sense to me unless they are expecting me to come back for another filling-in procedure down the road....which i would like to avoid if I can because I need to find a wife and start a family before I totally miss the boat and as it is I will have to lose another 6-12 months waiting for results...which means I'll be 45. 2) I want to strengthen my current hairline (not necessarily lower it) and to fill in the hair missing at the temple corners. Depending on the Dr, I was advised I would need anywhere from 1300 to 2000 FU graphs to accomplish this. 3) I was thinking about possibly redesigning the temporal points between the temples and the ears which have flattened out. This would be a bonus but I believe it would create a much more yourhful look if possible (enough graphs). 4) I am thinning significantly in the frontal forlock area. I know I am supposed to use finisteride to stop or slow the progression of hair loss but I am highly sexual with strong physiological response and urges, it's who I am, and I fear losing that, even a little. However, this poses a problem because I don't know if I will continue losing hair. If the thinning and hairloss does continue (assuming I have future fullness via HT in my hairline, corner temples, and crown/vertex), I will end up with an "Island Of Hair" in the front with nothing behind it. This is probably the worst case scenario that I must avoid. 5) Graph numbers: Doctors have quoted me from 3000 to 4500 to accomplish my goals. If it's true that I needa minimum 35 FU graphs per cm for a full look, that's 3500 right there so i'm not sure that anything less than 4000 graphs will suffice (3500 at crown and 1000 at hairline and temple corners = 4500 with nothing left to fill in thinning frontal forlock area let alone the bonus temporal points?). Other Background a. My father is 80 and totally bald except his sides and safe zone. b. My brother thinned so badly all over that at 21 he had to shave his head. c. I had a full head of hair until 30, with slow thinning after, but in the past 2 years have lost a lot more hair than the usual slow trend....I'm not sure if that's temporary or will continue. d. I have thick naturally wavy hair, and the safe zone is still thick. e. I enjoy keeping the back shaved to a #3, I sometimes prefer a #2 but can live with a #3. f. I've had no surgeries or hair restoration before. My main concerns is FUE vs FUT (or both?) but am scared about both the FUT scar stretching potential AND the FUE depletion of donor area which may not leave me with enough graphs resulting in an Island of hair in front, but please respond to any portion of my email in which you think you can advise and please indicate your final opinion if you have one on FUT, FUE, or Both. Please give your opinions, the more the better, both members and doctors. I'm serious about this and it's the very first priority I have in life right now. Thank you in advance, current pictures attached.
  4. I'm hoping that some of you can share, based on your own experiences or other known cases, if this donor area looks normal after less than a day of having the stitches removed. Does this ever have the potential to become more narrow again though the healing process? The first image is just a few hours after having the sutures removed. The second image was taken about 13 hours after that. To me it looks like it's spreading quickly and I still feel a fair bit of tension in my scalp. Thanks! I really appreciate any feedback. I'm flipping out a little.
  5. Hi, So, I'm freaking out at 2wks post op! For my first procedure, I had fut to the hairline which was placed far too low by the technician. It was TERRIBLE and too close to my eyebrows. To correct this I had them take out the offending grafts from the hairline using fue punch removal. 2 weeks into healing, All I can see are tiny holes all over my forehead! Make up cannot even hide it!! God please tell me I haven't ruined myself permanently. It basically looks like golf ball texture - i think its commonly referred to as 'pitting'. Now, I know its only been 2 weeks but, I am SO scared and anxious... The technician didnt inform me about the scars nor was I sure about their confidence with this procedure. Im sure a 0.8 - 1.0mm was used requiring no sutures. The holes closed up by day 3 or 4. But what i see now is a SHINY, GOLF BALL where the hairs used to be. I dont know whether to laugh, cry or shoot myself for possibly ruining my appearance. Will this heal to be a smooth surface without pits or is this pretty much it?! (Photo attached) Thanks.
  6. Hello I've been referencing this site for quite a while now. Everyone here is pretty awesome with advice. I figured this was the best place to get some opinions. I had a 2000 FUT procedure two months ago. I think everything is "healing" as it should, no pain. The occasional pimple in the recipient area that seems to happen about this time. Obviously, no growth yet as expected, but my question / concern is with the donor scar area or more specific the look of my hair back there. Almost, everywhere you look online most people say the donor scar will be "virtually undetectable" or hidden under a "3" guard. Most pictures I find of the donor area look great as well. I typically get a "4" guard in the back so I thought I would be fine. As you can see form my pictures the "step" in my hair or the "indent or "hat hair look" which looks similar to what your hair looks like after you have been wearing a hat all day, is very noticeable. These photos were taken two weeks after my last hair cut which I got a #5 guard. It's already much longer then I prefer to wear my hair in the back and it still looks like I would need to grow my hair out another 1/2'' to 3/4" or more before my hair would look normal. I do feel and see a couple of hairs just starting to poke through the scar, not continuously thru the length of the scar just very random areas. I know everything is still healing. However, the immediate area around my scar has no hair which is what I'm guessing is causing the indent in my hair below my donor area. I'm not sure if that will always be that way or should I expect hair the grow there as well. Is 2 months out still too early to tell if hair will growth thru the whole scar or is that not expected. My question is, has anyone else had this issue after a HT? Has it worked itself out? If so, how long should I expect to wait? Should I accept the fact that I will now have to wear my hair 3 times longer than I always have? I think most people get the HT to have more options with your hair not less. I've had to wear a hat more than I ever to hide this. Any help or advice would be awesome. Thanks
  7. After months and months annnd months of research, the doctor...FUT or FUE,I know its an age old debate but for your own situation, how do/did you make the final decision and know that you made the right decision? I know most people would say get FUT until your donor is tapped then FUE to maximize donor. But i have seen so many mega FUE cases, how can that still be the case. I have been going back and forth with this in my mind for sometime now. I have done a ton of research and I know the decision is ultimately up to me but I'd really like and appreciate some help making this monumental decision. I would sincerely appreciate any opinions or advice. If that includes how you finally made your decision when you were torn. A little history, I had a scalp reduction because of a scalp condition called CVG followed by a HT of 1500 grafts in 2012. I am african american. 30 yrs old, Not on meds. Classified as norwood 4. I would like to lower the hairline, put some graftsin the crown as there is nothing there and then increase overall density. The scalp reduction reduced the thinning areas so im confident my goals are reasonable I have consulted with Dr. Diep, H&W, Dr. Bhatti and Dr. Rahal. Heavily leaning towards Dr. Diep. I have seen some amazing work from Dr. Diep. especially coverage given the number of grafts. He absolutely had the most experience with AA hair that ive seen. Knows that you need to insert the hair at a different angle, even the difference in the hairline with other ethnicities I also know he has taking some hits on his rep for post op care. And for some reason the community here doesn't seem to embrace him like H&W or Rahal (why is that?). The only thing that concerns me is hit FUT scars. As I would like to wear my hair somewhat short. That is certainly achievable now but I would be willing to grow my hair out depending on the results. I actually buzz my hair all the way on the sides and back down every time i get a haircut now (because nothing in the crown). Im sure the FUT scar noticeable, but not enough for anyone to say anything. I know the scar from 3500+ grafts could be much longer/worse? Dr. Diep's results are mostly the recipient area, I can't find too many examples of pencil thin scars. Like with Dr. Wong or Dr. Feller. The donor scars i have found kind of scare me, I don't know if its just me or not. Dr. Diep recommended 1500-2500 frontal area starting with a new lowered hairline. 1500-2000 for the crown. Said he can only do 2000 grafts by FUE at once. I dont want to make this too long but If I had to ask any questions they would be: For you all who were torn between FUT vs FUE how did you choose FUE knowing you could get almost twice the coverage and better yield for the same price? or how did you choose FUT knowing your recovery would much longer, you would have much harder time trying to conceal your HT not only for ugly ducking stage but for life? I'm not talking about in cases were it was a clear choice, but where it was a close decision. How did you weigh the benefits vs. negatives for your situation? Would you agree that i need 3500+ grafts to achieve my goals? Based on my situation should i get FUE or FUT? Since I already have scars should i just go with another FUT, try to conceal the scar for now with dermatch, toppik..etc.. then look into FUE into scar or SMP at a later date? Or Just get 2 FUE procedures a year apart at twice the cost, including FUE into scar? Even though i really need grafts in the crown. For a bit more context am able to take 2 months off from work, but not consecutively probably would have to got in for a few days then back out. I am an avid gym goer, it is very important to my life. Do you agree with my choice of doctor? Do you have anything additional to add that I may not have considered?
  8. 3 years after Fut (1,000 grafts), I want to repair the scar. HT doc said it stretched more than he anticipated, apparently I have too much scalp laxity. Ideally I'd like to conceal scar and have a shorter haircut (3 or 4 razor) without harming donor density too much. Option 1: Doc offered to do a scar excision with double layer tricho suture. He said he did a single layer tricho originally (whatever that means). He'd also implant any grafts harvested, but I just want to excise the scar not do another strip. Option 2: FUE into scar, estimated 400-600 grafts. If I went this route I'd consider up to 1k grafts to finish some work up front. Scar Excision: Cant find a lot of success stories with this one. Has anyone had a long-lasting positive outcome they can share? Did it allow you to wear your hair shorter? How did it impact the density around the scar? Im thinking if i had some success then id require less fue grafts in the future to improve the scar if i needed. Would hate to make things worse though. FUE: I have fine blonde hair and am worried about over harvesting. For those who have done fue, do you notice the scars? Can you feel them? Is there any way to get an idea of how 1k grafts would affect density in the donor area for hair type like mine. It would be great to hear some personal experiences. i know Im not the only one in this dilemma.
  9. Hey all, so i'm very close to being booked in with Dr.Rahal for 1,200 grafts approx with a .75 punch using FUE. I've heard fantastic things about him and his results are amazing, but my reservations is the scarring. If I begin losing the battle in a few years I will most likely resign to it and shave my head, and I need to see how it will look. Has anybody here had that amount of grafts harvested with a.75 punch and are willing to share their stories and pics? Thanks a bunch
  10. scarredbaldy

    Opinions on Scar repair

    Hello Everyone, In 2011, I underwent FUT surgery with Dr. Rahal and while I am still happy with the overall results, my scar has always been very noticeable and this forces me to keep my hair rather long. Recently, I went back to the Dr. Rahal for his opinion on the matter and inquired about having FUE done into the scar. While he did say it was possible and gave me an approximate cost for the procedure, I can't say I left his office convinced and I didn't feel like he seemed to think it was worth it. I am naturally suspicious when it comes to money and that's why I am here to ask for other opinions. I do understand that I might have to keep my hair long for the rest of my life but I would have like the possibility of going a little bit shorter. My scar It is about 3cm long and 4cm wide at it's worst and I have included a picture. The only solution I have right now is to use Toppik but it is not ideal. My general impression from other similar threads is that FUE inside a scar generally fail and a second strip excision will likely produce the same results...
  11. Hello, So, I cancelled my ARTAS appointment with Dr. Leonard. I am 100% going with Dr. Rahal, but I am torn between FUT & FUE. I am concerned with my scalp's elasticity and high neckline if I choose FUT. Refer to the attached photo showing my high neckline. What do you guys think? Will the FUT scar stretch my neckline even higher than it already is? Also, this is the length I usually have after my haircut. Do you think my hair will conceal the scar well? I think my hair on the back of my head will conceal the scar, but I'm concerned with my sides. I know that Dr. Rahal's trichophytic closures are very good...just looking for some insight. Thanks!
  12. Im trying to find the best surgeon to remove my old scar its the shape of a smiley face. The surgeon that did it did not use the tricopytic closure method and its lumpy and i feel like its widening. Can you please post the surgeon you recommend? And post a picture of the your scar i would how it has healed , how visible it is etc. I of course would like to conceal mine as much as possible. Thanks
  13. I have been receding slowly over the past 5 years and this past year it has really started to go quick. The front is very thin and I have quite the "M" shape up front. I'm not going to lie.. this whole process has killed my confidence, made me anti social, afraid to go outside when it's windy, just afraid of most situations. It's quite pathetic and I've decided just to buzz this shit and deal with it. One thing that is holding me back is the (non H/T related) 1.5" scar I have on the right side of head from a surgery that I had to have done. I want to buzz my hair pretty short but I don't want a super noticeable bald scar strip on the side of my head. I realize that this is nowhere near as devastating as the large scars that those of you who undergo H/T have to deal with and I am in no way trying to compare this to your problems. I was just hoping that those of you who have gone through that would have some advice as far as concealing. I'm looking for a product I can use to conceal or blend in WITH the color of the short buzzed hair so the scar is less noticeable. I attached a picture of my hair pulled back exposing the area that I am talking about. I use toppik daily on my hairline, not sure if that would help at all. I also didn't know if dermmatch applied directly to a scar will help conceal it? I also read about microskin on this forum and the results were pretty good but it is like 100 bucks a bottle. Just looking for any ideas from others experiences. Thanks for the help -Scooby
  14. I got an FUT 3.5 years ago (2,100 grafts) and then got an FUE 9 months ago (850 grafts). They were with different doctors. Both approved here. Unfortunately the FUE I had 9 months ago does not seem to have worked out. I will post further info on this in the coming days but I'm going to keep it separate from this as it's too much for one post. I am wondering if I've already had one FUT am I as well to get another one? Since I already have the strip scar worrying about that does not need to be part of my consideration any more. It is also quite a visible strip scar too (visible with a blade 4 and I think also 5). Perhaps the scar can be minimised with another FUT. If I were to get FUE it would be beard hair. The reason for this is that I can not shave my hair. Last time I got FUE I got the 'no-shave' technique where an area at the back was shaved and the hair above that was supposed to cover it. I was told that this would be fine when I returned to work in 2 weeks but it was not. The area shaved was around 6cm and it took about 2 months for it to look normal again. I tried to use concealers but not sure how succesful they were. Not easy applying to the back of my head! Perhaps I could have a couple of cm used but not 6cm like last time. I am wondering how many grafts I can get from beard transplants. I think I need about 1,000 grafts. However, beard hairs are about twice as thick so may not need as many. This may be negated by the fact that I don't think there are as many hairs per graft though. The problem with getting FUT is that this is quite a low number for this. Perhaps I may need up to 1,500 grafts though. I'm not sure at the moment. I am currently in Thailand. I am considering Dr. Path and Dr. Pong if I decide FUT. Finally, I read on Dr. Pong's website that not all patients are suitable for FUE. Perhaps this is a reason for my unsuccesful surgery last time as my growth rate appears to have been very, very low. My doctor never mentioned that some patients are not suitable when I recently contacted him about my grafts not growing. Any opinions greatly appreciated.
  15. Hi guys I posted this before/after in another popular forum, but wanted to share some results of a client of mine who wanted to cover his transplant scars, but also leave his hair a bit longer. Most clients are recommended to cut the hair shorter for ideal camouflage...but it is certainly possible to get a good concealment even at a longer hair length...check attached:
  16. This 37 year old male lost most of his hair and wanted to regain his lost appearance and confidence with a hair transplant surgery.His donor density was adequate. 3700 FUG were obtained using the strip method . The grafts were sufficient to give a good coverage. The photographs were taken 8 months after the procedure. Patient was not interested to use oral Finasteride No.of one hair grafts - 900 No. of two hair grafts - 3590 No. of three hair grafts - 210 Total number of grafts - 3700 Total number of hair - 6710
  17. 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--
  18. Hi all, I went on a trekk online to find out more about Vinci London and Dr. Nikos. I found some good reviews about him mainly about the amount of surgeries he had in his portfolio, that makes a lot of difference. At first, at Vinci London, I actually thought my procedure would be more expansive than other clinics, that is because of the location of the clinic, it?s office and it?s high profile clients. Actually, I was wrong, prices were average with all other clinics and I felt safer there. I would image that a clinic that has got over 12 locations over the world would be concerned about the quality of their procedures and they are! Dr. Nikos told me details about the Hair Transplant that I didn?t know and I considered myself an expert already due to so much research online. Questions about the hair angule, direction, real expectations and precise results, this is what I wanted, an honest doctor, not a salesman! Anyone concerned with a FUT scar? mine was razor thin, really, not only that, there is hair coming throught the whole thing, that is right! Hair coming from the scar, I was surprised as this came to be a nice bonus!! Anyway, personally, I would not choose anyone else if in the UK. About 1 year after the procedure, I am very happy with the results, thinking about having a second procedure with him in December... I believe we need to give more credit to our good surgeons here, they are just as experienced if not more than some American big shots over the Atlantic. I started reading more and more good reviews about our surgeons here, Dr. Nikos is one of them, people flying all across Europe to have their FUE or FUT with him.
  19. Hi Friends, Let me start by giving a little history about my HT story. I had my first HT procedure in December 2011, FUT 3200 grafts. It did not give me good results. I have added some pictures 1.5 years after the first HT. The results were no way near what I expected. Have to admit that it was my fault though, I did not do any proper research and rushed to the surgery. So obviously the surgeon was not a recommended doctor in this forum. So I considered a second transplant, and met Dr. Pathuri Madhu in India few days ago. However, the feedback that I got from Dr. Madhu is that I'm not a suitable candidate for FUT anymore There were several reasons Dr. Madhu stated for that: 1. My scar is a bit wide. Therefore it is impossible to re-use it. Won't be able to extract a good number of grafts (I have attached some pictures of the scar). 2. In the donor area, the density of the hair is poor. Therefore if a second strip is taken, won't be able to extract much grafts. Also, the baldness in the back of the head might expand in future, and might show the scar of the second strip. So, I had to go back dejected. The question that I want to ask is, is there anything that I can do? Can FUE be a good option for me? While I do not want to challenge Dr. Madhu's opinion, in your view does the donor area look poor and not suitable for a second FUT procedure? Thanks a lot!
  20. 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.
  21. I have a long scar from a couple of transplant I had over 15 years ago. I really want to hide the scar by micropigmentation. I see some good results and pretty bad results on line but wanted to know if anyone could recommend someone in the northeast. I want to shave my head to stubble. I shaved my head a few years ago and the scar was very noticeable. Thankfully I did it before a long vacation. Any recommendations would be helpful! I'm new here.
  22. Hi all, I'm in the process of contacting Dr. Pathuri and Dr. Radha in India for my second HT session. I had one in 2011 which was not very successful. I have sent the required images for both of them, but received a response only from Dr. Pathuri. From what I was told by him, the suitability for the second session can only be determined after looking at the existing scar (from first session) and the quality of donor area. In my case, as far as I know, other than the scar, the donor area hair is not affected from the previous session. I want to get the opinion of you all for couple of things: 1. Can the second session get affected by the existing scar from the first one? 2. In a second FUT session, how do doctors get donor hair? From the scarred area from the first session again, or some other place in the donor area? I'm 26 years old and from what I have good and healthy hair in the donor area. I'm a little worried by the reply from the Doctor that a second session might not be possible
  23. In the last few months I have been taking pictures of my strip scar. In some pictures it seems very visible. I currently got a guard 5 at the back and sides and it is still visible 5 days after this. I used to get a guard 4 after the HT up until I started noticing it (3 months ago) and no one ever said anything when it was guard 4. I don't know how visible it was then. When looking in the mirror I never noticed it. No one has mentioned it to me since I've started noticing it either but they must be able to see it if they look for it. My scar still appears pink at times although it doesn't always look pink in the pictures. Lighting can make it look a lot different. When I take a pic out in the bright light I can not see pink. When it is darker the pink colour comes out a bit more. It seems like it is about .8mm in the most noticeable part. This is quite large. This is also the part where there seems to be a small patch missing. I had shockloss on this after the surgery (should be in my previous pics) and maybe it hasn't all returned. It's quite small but I think I notice a patch in one side of my strip scar. As I said, I have not noticed this until I took pictures of it about 3 months ago. I got a number 4 that time and could see it in the pics, so since then I've gotten a number 5 but I can still see it. Maybe it has been like this for a year. I don't know as I only really inspected it closely in the last few months. I'm not sure when scars stop expanding and when pinkness should go away. My hair in that area is also not too dense which definitely adds to the problem. My HT doctor said that he took less grafts than planned as my density there was a bit low (He was meant to take around 2500 but took only around 2100). Anyway, here are some pics. I may post a video too as that makes it a lot clearer. I am looking in to SMP. Can SMP be used where I would get a 3-4 blade? as that's what I would get if I didn't have any scar. I have an area at the my nape that is thin also. I am applying rogaine to this. It appears to be reterograde alopecia. I've had this fluffiness and downy hair there for many years. I was looking at pictures of myself in 2007 and I could see my hair was fluffy and light there even then. I met with a place that deals with hairloss about 4 days ago (just after I had my haircut) to see if it was noticeable. I don't feel comfortable telling anyone or asking anyone I know. Although he couldn't see it at first, he then said he could see it in the sunlight. Maybe he could just see it because he was looking for it but the fact that he could see it at all is not so good. It's just a pain when I can't even shave to a 5 now and get away with it. Most pics are a close up. And the last 8 or 9 are a bit further away. It can look ok in some pics but not in others. Apart from the light, I think the angle of my head to the camera/person makes a big difference. Edit: Another thing I've noticed is that the far away shots seem to look a lot worse when they are the small thumbnails but when I open them the scar isn't as visible. I don't know why this is so. Anyone else think this or am I imagining it?
  24. I have done a hair transplant from this so called "clinic" in late December of 2010 and the results have been VERY UNPLEASANT. The results of the transplant do not look natural at all and the transplanted hairs are all going in the wrong direction. Not to mention the pluggy look. The donor area in the back, now has a VERY HUGE LINEAR SCAR, which can even be seen with with shaved head with a 12mm guard. The "sales consultant" / "director" / "middleman" / " salesperson” is the man Gerald Olkus aka Jerry Olkus who was born in 1946. Usually these people are seasoned sales veterans who receive a percentage of every procedure sold. Even though they wear white coats, most have no medical training and are illegal in certain states. Other than confusing the doctor/patient relationship they also represent an unnecessary extra expense that everyone can do without. During the consultation, Jerry promises the surgery will be a pain free and scarless procedure and provide the state of the art procedure which will result in the most natural looking appearance. He also mentions that the minimum grafts this place will accept is 1,000 grafts because they will not be getting enough profit. He also pressures his clients to get the procedure done with a stern attitude. During the whole procedure, the actual doctor, Oleg Antonov was only seen for the few minutes which he came in to cut the donor strip. The technicians did all the rest of the work unsupervised. That resulted ina wide donor scar and my hairline was composed of 3 to 5 hair grafts. The aftermath of the hair transplant was very painful. During sleep, some blood would pour out the donor area and would stain the pillow. Til this day, these are the permanent results from this hair transplant: -Unnatural / bizarre appearance -Severe scarring -Permanent numbness in the scalp -Pitting (divots) or cobblestoning (bumps) on the scalp surface -Transplanted hair does not match very well with existing hair -Lingering pain or sensitivity in the donor area -Poor coverage of transplanted hair During the whole encounter with Jerry, he seems very disillusioned and talks about how many patients are complaining about the results they give them. I can see why now. I will be filing complaints to the local district attorney of PA, Medical Board of PA, Attorney General of PA, the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) and possibly a lawsuit against this place. STAY AWAY FROM THIS FRAUDULENT "CLINIC" AND OTHER CHEAP SCAM HAIR TRANSPLANT PLACES. YOU WILL THANK ME.
  25. Hi All, I had a FUT transplant with Dr. Panine 3 weeks ago for 4200 grafts focused on the front hairline and moving back towards the crown. Everything seems to be going according to plan as I have had my stitches removed, and have started shedding some of the grafts. My question for you all involves the donor area. While having stitches removed I was told that everything is healing nicely from the trico closure. However, when preparing the donor site, they did some trimming on the right side going towards the back which has left quite a difference in the length of the donor area and surrounding area (which was about 1" at time of procedure). I have also experienced some 'shock loss' around the area. It's at the point where most of my head is looking quite shaggy and the difference in length is quite noticeable without existing hair being able to cover donor area. I have tried some couvre on the donor area but it is still quite noticeable due to the discrepancy in length of hair (looks like a dent with paint in the middle). Hair is growing again in the donor/trimmer area but I am thinking about giving the rest of my head a trim to even things out a bit. Has anyone tried this? Does it make it easier to mask with dermmatch or covre? If so, how short should I go with the haircut? I appreciate all of your input! Thanks
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