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  1. Supp friends, I'm writing this post to get some hope & criticism/feedback on my plan after a failed HT 1.5 years ago. In my opinion, having a botched job is 1000x worse than being bald. Made a big mistake, so I like to make the right decision this time and I need your help for that To keep it short, I've given up on having a full head of hair, because: - I'm 24yr with a lot of hairloss & thinning - Dandruff for years - Just tired of constantly worrying about my hair So the goal is to rock a shaved head (0-1mm) and move on with my life. Right now when I do that it looks very off tho, because of the FUE scars and triple/double grafts on my hairline. From what I've read razor shaving after a HT is actually not possible, but I guess that is because generally hair transplants are done with the idea to keep the hairs long. My hope is that a HT done specifically for a shaved head is possible (unfortunately there arent any cases that I could find) After reading the post of @mustang and doing some research my plan is to: - Fill in my FUE scars with body hair (beard & chest) - Extract all the triple and double grafts on my hairline & replace them with singles (also lowering the hairline a bit) - Crown area can remain bald, its not a big problem for me My worries: - White dots on donor area standing out with a tan (even with hairs implanted), because scar tissue doesn't tan. I will probably have the same problem on my chest & beard after extraction. I'm pale white, so I prefer a tan, but it will look weird having white spots on my neck and chest - ''Cactus'' type hairs like I have now even with the right surgeon & single graft placement - Hairloss of the implanted body hair. I did 1 bodylaser session so 40% of it is gone. I still have enough, but maybe the hairs got weakened(?) Doctors on my list: - Dr Bisinga - Dr Mwamba. Consultation planned (they indicated that I need +2000 grafts to cover the fue scars) - Dr Sethi/Bansal. Indication was 2000 to 3000 grafts for the fue scars and 200-500 graft hairline extraction of triples, dissecting them and implantation as singles Considered SMP as well, but I think a repair HT is better in my case: - Fresh results on fue scars are decent, but idk how it will look 5-10 years from now - SMP yields better results on a virgin scalp. Scar tissue does not absorb ink the same way that normal tissue does - Can't get in the sun without sunscreen (used spf on my acne scars for years and hated it). This might be the case for a fue shaven head as well, I'm not sure.. - With some people the ink fades too fast because of their immune system and with fue scars this is a problem - Touchups every 2 years - Even if I decide to do SMP, I believe having a good foundation is necessary It is a tough spot to be in, so I would highly appreciate every input
  2. Hi All, I hope everyone has been having a great summer! Here are some recent results of various client types from the past few months. Thanks for looking!
  3. Hi there, Short time lurker, first time poster... I'm thinking of getting a transplant. I'm almost 33 years with a NW 7 and don't think I will have much scalp donor capacity to use. Like everyone, I would like to get as close as possible to the illusion of native density, so I was thinking of doing SMP to complement the transplant. Just wanted to know what everyone's thoughts are in regards to this. Why do most people here still use toppik instead of SMP after their transplant, does it give a different effect? Would it be better to do the SMP before or after the transplant? Also, assuming the SMP and transplant will have the desired effect right now, let's say in 10 years when everything goes white/grey will the SMP stand out and look unnattural against the white hairs or will a maintenance with a light ink fix that? And will that even work over the darker ink? 🤔
  4. Any good examples of smp on a shaved fue scalp?
  5. Have been browsing SMP results and what I noticed is that most of the clinics are based in the US. Which would be the best SMP clinics in Europe? Including hair transplant clinics of course.
  6. Hi all After a number of botched HTs in the late 80s and 90s I’ve worn a system for the last 25 years. It doesn’t get any easier to accept or live with. I’m now NW6 with limited donor. I did a consultation with Dr Bisanga who offered hope that I could achieve a good outcome with a combination of scalp, beard and donor over 2 or more procedures. My issue is how best to deal with the transition. If I start with work on the frontal area, what should I do about the crown etc. SMP is an option but I don’t think I’d be comfortable with a shaved looking head after all these years. I know it’s possible to get a system that sits behind the hairline but how would that work in practice? Could I get ‘measured’ only after the HT or at some point earlier (The lead time with new systems can be lengthy) Are there any other considerations/alternatives? I’m sure I’m not the first to face this issue. Would be glad to get the advice and perspectives of those with knowledge or experience. Thanks in advance.
  7. I had a HT last month and want to start letting my hair grow. The SMP is working well because I have buzz cut. Only thing is that when let it grow (in a couple of months) it will look weird with the SMP. Will the laser remove my new transplanted hair? When is it safe to remove the SMP? I’m in the US east coast, any recommendations for SMP removal?
  8. I was offered to schedule HT in the middle of school year next year (I am a teacher if my username does not gives that away). I would not like to have uneven hair length especially since it is hairline. So ideally I would like to start the semester buzzed down, teach, take a 2 week break (I can), come back with a buzzed look or maybe at least buzz down within a month. And then let it grow 5-6 months later. Is that a problem in that it would not allow me to monitor growth? I can take microscopic pictures of hair sprouting. I am also worried about donor area scars, if I buzz. So I was also wonder whether I can SMP (temporary) the donor area after a month.. Any information about concealing a HT would be great. The good news is that I am joining a new school so if I start the year with a buzz cut and end the year with a head of hair, as long as it is well done with natural results ... I should be fine. Update: The main questions has been answered thanks. Adding a question. From the photo below do you think that conservatively fortifying a mature hairline without doing crown work can look natural? I believe I have seen many operations where the crown was not touched because of insufficient donor and the results did not look unnatural (with mature hairline). But just wanted to double check. Thanks!
  9. Hey guys, I also am looking for advice on where to get my FUE hair transplant. I’m based in Germany and have so far looked into Istanbul/Turkey only as my budget is around 3k Euro. I’m 42 y/o and basically had the same hair line for the last 10 years, I’d say I’m a Norwood 3. Here are a few pictures: My questions would be: - How many grafts do you think I need? My first consultation said 3500 which felt like a lot. - I’m usually getting a skin fade and would like to do so again after my donor area is healed up. Even with a close shave I guess the donor scars would be visible so I’m considering SMP afterwards. How long after the transplant should I be able to get SMP on my donor? - Any recommendations on clinics in Istanbul for my budget? So far I only got a consultation at Elithair which quoted me 2700 EUR for 3500 grafts. Any help would be greatly appreciated, super happy for any general advice as well. Thanks a ton in advance! Tres
  10. Hello, I am a 26 year old healthy male thinking about getting another hair transplant. I did a FUT back in 2017 (2,000 grafts) and an FUE about 16 months ago (2,000 grafts) from the same doctor in the Seattle area - also did SMP last year to help. Although I have seen some great growth, I still don’t have the desired density I am seeing from others. I am also starting to thin on my crown and want to address it outside of continuing to take finasteride. What are your thoughts on possibly getting another Transplant? I would want to do an FUE and most likely in Turkey this time for financial purposes. My biggest concerns are my donor area, the grafts I can still get without worrying about over harvesting. Appreciate any thoughts and feedback
  11. Hi everyone, I had an SMP procedure over around 5-6 sessions about a year ago. I'm mostly satisfied with the results, except for one area, my right temple. I can't quite figure out why it looks so weird or if anything can be done to correct it. It's like it's too low or too pointed. They had someone design the hairline, but it just doesn't look natural to me, and even my very candid children have asked why it looks weird. I already discussed with the company that performed the SMP, and they worked on it a bit, but it didn't fix it. Has anyone else had this experience or had to have an SMP corrected? Any suggestions on what exactly is wrong with it, and how it might be fixed? Tattoo removal? Thank you!
  12. Hey guys ! I dont like razor shaved or guard 0 buzz but... but i could handle a guard 1 that i would shave every 2-3 days. The most important thing is the face framing. so Lets say some one is norwood 5-6. but with great donor hair. Most results from fue + smp i see, surgeon put all the 5-6000 grafts over the front, middle and crown region.. So the hairline lacks coverage and 3D effect. so after all, you still have to shave to 0 because it looks dumb if you let it grows. Could it be possible the transplant the hairline and front third with very great density and leave the rest basically empty and cover it with smp. then cover the rest with only smp. At least when people see you they see a framed face.. You will tell me ''but then when you shave your frontal part is at 1-3mm and the rest of your head is at zero (only smp).. it def can look weird when people see you from the top but at 6"4 people rarely see my dome.. or i will just say that i lost my hair at my crown and thats why i am shaving my hair. Its like Joe biden.. the guy is 200% Bald with maybe 2-3k grafts to frame is face only and people dont see him as a ''bald'' guy. But if he would disperse the same amount of grafts between is frontal, middle and crown zone. I swear people will automatically see him as ''another baldy'' politician. Face framing is EVERYTHING.. sadly.. What you guys think about it ? open discussion and exemples if you have some.. thnaks !!!!
  13. Background Hello, im a 22 year old and ive been losing hair since i was 18. i have previously been taking minoxidil and have been on july 2021. for most of that i was taking finasteride EOD, however I've been taking it everyday for the past month or two to see if that would make a difference. In the mean time i would like to make some actions regarding my current state, ive been using hair fibres to hid the issue and i really dont want to continue with it. At first most of the hair loss was in the crown and then the mid zone, with my hairline not really being affected, however recently thats begun to regress and thin. Losing hair so fast and at such a young has really knocked my confidence and mental health down in general. so here are the possible actions. HAIR TRANSPLANTS ive spoken to numerous clinics both in uk, europe , Eugenix and in turkey. all the clinics in the uk except one had told me that i am a candidate for a transplant, however confusingly one of them told me i only need 3k grafts (which i think is too little), while the others including the Turkish clinics said i would need around 5k grafts in total and 2 transplants. in terms of the clinics that currently had said now is not a good time for transplant was HLC in Turkey and sikos klinica in Hungary. the reason was that due to young and advanced loss im sure to keep losing hair, and my unsatisfied with the results, However one aspect i didnt understand was that HLC said that i have miniaturized hair and that i should stay on fin everyday for 6-12 months. with me taking it for more than a year i highly doubt i will reverse the miniaturization. Furthermore the one british clinic that said no to surgery told me i should try dutasteride, however i really dont know if its gonna really do much if fin hasnt done much Ive been trying to get in touch with Dr bicer through her clinic, but im not sure if there's a communication issue as ive asked questions repeatedly without getting answers as well waiting a week for response. i previously was quite set on having a hair transplant but recently i am no longer sure if i will be a suitable candidate, especially with my impression that i may have retrograde alopecia and NW6. But i am still open to having one if it will give good outcome. SMP (Scalp Micropigmentation) ive also recently started looking more seriously into SMP, with the two main clinics being Creative Scalps or Brandwood clinic. However like with any procedure i feel it has its pros and cons, im not quite sure how faded smps look, upclose, in bright photos and also a big fear of developing the lego hairline look due to lots of topups. Furthermore, i remember reading a thread about some fears regarding if SMP increases risk of cancer, if someone could illuminate me and explain whether these fears are justified or not would be appreciated. Hair system this looks like quite a good idea however im scared if someone would be able to tell that its a hair system due to the hairline or the visible lace etc. how much maintenance is needed and also the costs is also questions i have. just saying FOK IT and shaving it all off. if this is the best solution then ill do it, the first couple of days will jarring especially with me being the youngest in my group/work and being the first person to go bald. But after that i feel may just accept and just not be bothered by it. I Have attached some photos.
  14. I had 2 SMP session by Jonathan Gerow from Gerow Hairink. I still have one more session to my treatment which will be done at the end of January. My first session was done 11/22/21 and my second session was done 12/8/21. Previously I had a butchered hair transplant done by Bosley in 2011. Which was fixed by Dr.Rahal in 2012 and the scar wasn't visible on hair lengths #2.5. But recently I started to have alopecia and my hair looked horrible with patchyness and I went to this forum and ppl recommended SMP. I did some research and narrowed it down to Gerow hair ink or micrsoclap USA. I went with Gerow. Here are the results keep in mind there is one more session left. Overall I feel it's good the frontal looks very nice crispy clean..but still the scar needs some work..i know it's not going to be totally noticeable. Plus give me your thoughts
  15. Hi guys, looking for some help regarding SMP in Melbourne, Australia. I had received a FUT (strip scar) hair transplant a few years back and now would like to clipper down my sides to around a 2 or 3 but if I go as low as a 4 can start to see the strip scar. I am considering getting SMP into the scar area to help camouflage and wondering if anyone has done this before and has any information or recommendations for a place in Melbourne to get the best result. It is something that really gets me down and would like to do something about it. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thank in advance and look forward to reading your replies
  16. I hope everyone is doing well! Here are some recent clients. Thanks for looking!
  17. Looking to get some smp ASAP. Really appreciate advice on Uk clinics . Thanks guys
  18. Hopefully everyone is doing well and staying healthy! Here are some recent clients who have had SMP at Ahead Ink. Thanks for looking!
  19. Hi, I got my first SMP done over 6 days ago from the only place in my country that actually had videos and reviews of the Scalp Micropigmentation procedure. The process overall was nice and comfortable. The procedure was done by a hair transplant surgeon and his team. There are no tattoo parlors in my country so only cosmetic clinics and hospitals perform such procedures. I healed pretty quick and washed on day 3 post procedure after asking the doctor. I’ve attached a picture of what it looks like. I’ve no idea what to think. I told them it was dark and some dots were too large and the hairline needs some work. They said yes, all that can be done and that the darker areas will fade don’t worry. I feel pretty lost here. Should I wait it out and hope it gets better or get it lasered? Second appointment is scheduled for this Saturday (2nd Jan 2021). Any input would be appreciated. Traveling abroad to get it done wasn’t an option, and I went through with it because I wasn’t going to fret over being a norwood 6-7 in my mid twenties and do nothing about it. I decided to go through with it fully accepting that it might go bad.
  20. When SMP is done properly, no one should be asking what you had done to your head. Many of our clients actually report that their close family members (yes, even their own mothers) either have no idea they had the procedure done, or ask why they don't grow their hair out. Well, guess what mom.... It's not hair.....it's Ahead Ink!
  21. About Me Residence: Adelaide, Australia Age: 24 Norwood 2-3 Donor Capacity: 9800 grafts Donor Micron: 55 Donor FU/CM2: 99 Grafts used this surgery: 2867 Ratio: 2.19 hair/graft Temporal: 403 grafts @ 2.04 hair/graft Parietal: 1583 grafts @ 2.19 hair/graft Occipital 881 grafts @ 2.28 hair/graft Singles: 536 Doubles: 1359 Triples: 854 Quadruples: 114 Quintuple: 4 Sextuple: 0 Introduction Hi everyone, After noticing my hairline had recessed at the age of 19/20 to around a norwood 2 - 3 diffusing pattern i decided to do something about it. Long story short, at the age of 20, I ended up being coerced into a 1000 graft FUT surgery in 2015 to 'fix' this issue at a local clinic in my home city of Adelaide, South Australia. Instead of the amazing results I was promised, all that i had received was a pretty traumatic couple of days of surgery, an emptier bank account, a very sparse, poor excuse for a 'result' and a huge fut scar on the back of my head. It has since been 5 years and after dealing with trying to hide the unnaturalness of the transplant result as well as leaving my hair long constantly to hide a massive fut scar that i was promised would be an 'unnoticeable pencil line'. I bit the bullet and had the fut scar revised wit a plastic surgeon in march 2019 and booked an fue surgery with ASMED clinic in Istanbul for February 2020. Arrival Day 02/02/2020 After a 22 hour flight from Adelaide, Australia I arrived at the new Istanbul Airport, grabbed my bags and after a phone call from my patient coordinator Seda and a little confusion to navigate my way out of the airport I met with my driver Furkan. The van was very nice, spacious, comfortable with snacks and bottles of water and also wifi which was a nice touch. The drive was around 40 minutes on the highway, Furkan was full of knowledge about Istanbul and he even stopped halfway and got me something to eat and drink which was really nice. We arrived to the clinic (it was a sunday so relatively quiet) and i was taken up to my room. This is when you'll realize just how amazing the clinic is. Everything is so clean and well designed and everyone that works there is so nice. Once I arrived into my room i was messaged by Seda and told that there was no dinner made on sundays and that she will order me take out. After receiving pizza and a coke to my door I showered and was ready for bed for my consultation day. The rooms are very nice, equipped with your own ensuite, fridge, safe, tv and hospital bed. Consultation At 9:30am my coordinator, Seda knocked on my door ready to take me to my consultation. I first had my photos taken with dry hair, then a round with wet hair. then i was taken to another room where I had my bloodwork done and heart checked. We then went to Dr Korays office to meet and design my new hairline. I was actually really nervous to meet with the doctor but he is so welcoming and loved a good bit of banter which definitely settled me and made me feel relaxed. After measuring donor capacity, hair quality and micron of the hair it was time for the hairline design. Designing the new hairline was actually something I really enjoyed. Dr Koray first drew what he believed best suited me and then asked for my input. I was happy with his first design but wanted the left slightly lower to match the right and be more symmetrical so he was happy to address this and then we were finished with the design. I also asked about reinforcing my crown (he didn't believe this was necessary), reinforcing my temple peaks (which he agreed was a good idea for the future) and placing grafts into my fut scar (we discussed and settled on SMP) 2800 grafts was decided (2500 initially in the email consult) which i was happy with. After the design I was taken the to hair shaving room, this was very daunting for me because i had never shaved my head but felt relaxed as soon as i sat down. Once my head was shaved I was shocked purely because I actually didn't mind how I looked with a shaved head. After the shave I was taken in for more photos where Dr Koray drew the final design and made sure it looked perfect and then the final before photos were taken. After this i was then taken to the KE-Bot room which was really cool. I sat in a chair in front of a screen and a robot then scanned my head counting on the screen my singles, doubles, triples and so on. This takes about 10 minutes and once this was finished I was taken back to the shaving room where Dr Korays head Dr sectioned off the back of my donor zone and divided it evenly so each area is harvested according to how dense that area is etc. While this was happening, Dr Umud, the anaesthetist came in and discussed allergies to medication etc. Once this was complete, my head was washed, i was taken to the finance department to pay the remainder of the surgery and then the consultation day was complete. I returned to my room to a surgical gown and pants hanging up and a pair of crocs to wear for my surgery. Surgery Day I was told to have a light breakfast and meet Seda at 7:20 in the common room outside the bedrooms. I was super nervous for my surgery and was given a xanax to take before hand, this helped calm me down a lot. I was taken to the hair shaving room where they shaved my hair again and washed my head thoroughly, after this i was taken to the surgery room. I sat up on a surgical bed and had my drip and pain killers placed then sat my head in the KE-Rest (which is awesome I don't know how I would've sat for that long without it), had my local anaesthetic and it was time for the extraction process. For something I was so scared about, it was actually really calming. i sat there with a blanket in front of a tv which live reads each graft removed and tells you how many singles, doubles, etc are being extracted. I slept through most of the extractions but when awake the feeling was somewhat like someone pressing lightly on the back of your head with their finger. Nothing painful like I was worried about. All that i can recommend is as soon as you start feeling anything let them know and they will give you more local. If this is left too long the local hurts so much and is honestly the worst pain you feel through the entire process. After the extractions were complete, the back of my head was bandaged and it was lunch time. Lunch was awesome, meatballs and potatoes with rice, bread a salad and water. After lunch, Dr Koray came in and made the incisions, this process went relatively quick and as soon as he was done he wished me goodluck and his team started the placement of the grafts. the placement is the longest process but was still a pleasurable experience. Once this is complete, Dr Korays head Dr comes in and double checks (if there's any gaps she will extract, make the incision and fill the gap with grafts) then Dr Koray has a look to make sure everything looks good. I was taken to the SMP room where i had SMP performed on my FUT scar then taken for my post operative photos and then I was talked through how often to use the atp spray and ice pack and that was the end of my surgery day. Day After Surgery The day after surgery I was taken to the washroom where I had my wash and then given all my post op care. Once this was complete my driver came and got me from my room and took me to the airport for the long 22 hour flight home. Before Photos Wet Hair Shaved With Hairline After My Tips 1. Get to know other patients It was really refreshing talking to other guys that are going through the exact same thing as you. In my case there was a guy visiting for his third time and bouncing questions off of him really helped the rest of us more comfortable and not as worried about the whole process. I would also urge everyone to keep in contact through whatsapp because it is nice to bounce progress and swelling shots off of each other as well as discuss washing techniques etc. 2. Ask as many questions as possible Nothing is a stupid question. It's pretty daunting going to a different country for a surgery and I found that everyone there is more than happy to help. 3. Stay over there as long as you can I left the day after surgery and found that the swelling has increased a lot further than others that had much shorter flights. If you can stay for a week or so until the swelling goes away also if you can visit the clinic for washes, you'll find the whole recovery much easier. Looking forward to seeing my results and what you think. Will post pictures as I hit each milestone! Thanks, NY
  22. Hey all What are some of the best SMP clinics out there? Those with the best natural looking results, that don't use materials that will give you cancer. Most legit ones. Can be from a wide variety of countries Thanks
  23. I came across this on Instagram, it’s shocking. How on earth could anyone do this to someone, it’s downright criminal. Looks like the smp industry is how the HT industry was in the 80s. Be careful and make sure you do your research. Going to barbershops to get a HT or smp is a horrible idea.
  24. Hello All, Hope everyone is keeping healthy! I am a 24 year old male who has gotten 2 FUT procedures (one in 2017 and another in 2018) along with SMP treatment a few months ago and am looking for suggestions in regards to potential next steps as I hope to continue my hair growth procedure. As you can see in the attached photos, this is what my head looks like around 2 weeks prior to shaving my head- which I usually do now following the SMP procedure. There has been solid growth considering what my hair looked like before my first FUT procedure, but still not enough to feel "comfortable" in social settings. Another issue is that the scar is still quite visible, which I was hoping the SMP would help conceal but it hasn't provided the strongest results. At the moment I am grappling with the idea of getting an FUE procedure with the hope of adding density on the top and crown of my head along with possibly filling in my scar. I'm not positive whether this can be achieved in one sitting as I know FUE works a bit different, but at this point the biggest thing for me would be avoid any further scarring. As I am working from home for the foreseeable future I see this as a golden opportunity to get any necessary work done, but want to make sure I am doing the right thing with the right person. If anyone has any advice or tips on next steps, potential solutions, whether or not to pursue FUE and if so if they know of any good doctors in the NY area it would be very much appreciated. Thanks! GT
  25. Hi everyone, I've heard of a few people on youtube/doctor's that some people combine both a hair transplant and FUE to have an illusion of a fuller head of hair, especially those with a lack of donor area/density. I'm wondering if anyone has done it here themselves or has any other useful links of individuals getting both procedures done? I have a few friends that are interested in doing hair restoration and would love to provide some examples of how both procedures can be combined to do so. Thanks everyone!
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