This the main reason I didn’t go with diep .. even though I already deposited the $1000 .. I rather risk losing the deposit than to have subpar results where he won’t fix it .. it’s always the customers fault if ur transplant don’t turn out well . Was the feeling I got when I was speaking the office manager ... hair transplants aren’t guaranteed . But if u don’t have good results , at least attempt to fix it .. who wants to spend $15,000- $20,000 n not get what they paid for.. I mean if ur results were B- quality . It’s still acceptable ,. But this is C- quality, how can u not attempt to fix things .. they can’t ! Because they booked too far in advance , to fix the mistake they did on u will cost double the money .. the free repair + the $20,000 they would be losing to another potential patient that could be having surgery that day .. it’s just buisiness to the clinic , n another number .. but to us, it’s our savings n A permanent result that lasts forever .. Good or bad .. clinics need to understand that ..
What a great result, well done, Dr.
I always find it interesting how wide 1500 FUE grafts look, compared to 1500 FUT.
Not saying it's bad in any way, but FUT cases always make one forget how many grafts are actually being taken 😂
I've been on Finasteride for about 2-3 years.
In this time, I've had mixed results. As in, some areas got better, whilst others worsened slightly. (I am on 0.5mg of fin, and 1.5mg of oral minox).
I have a classic NW 3 pattern, and since taking it the peaks have continued to recede, albeit quite slowly - but the entire front (I think it's referred to as the forelock?) has remained intact.
My dermatologist has also noticed the overall volume/fullness of my hair to be better.
I've also heard that finasteride is not as effective for the front portion of ones hair - is this true? And if so, should I continue with it whilst having mixed results?
My thinking is, even if it isn't super effective on the front, maybe it will help keep the hair around the mid scalp and facilitate a transplant.
Welcoming any thoughts
I been taking some msm supplement biotin and every now and then silica.
I have been using rogaine and laser igrow for about 4 years. I do use some natural oils like peppermint everyday. This seems to have halted most of my hairloss. Because prior to that I was losing quite a bit!So I understand and probably agree with the conservative approach hair transplant as you described. I have to say there’s a lot of doctors that do dense packing and it turns out pretty thick the first go. But maybe it’s a greater risk that could yield a greater reward🤔