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Dr. DORIN - Frontal FUE: 1636 Pre/Post-Op

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This patient from overseas sought out Dr. Dorin for an FUE treatment to address his frontal thinning. He requested a more conservative hairline which coincided well with what Dr. Dorin had planned in terms of the FUE session. Patient is considering Propecia for vertex stabilization.

 

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Patient Services Director for True & Dorin Medical Group

 

Dr. True and Dr. Dorin are members of the Coalition of Independent Hair Restoration Physicians

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orangehair,

 

Thank you for sharing this patient's pre and post-op photos. As always, Dr. Dorin's work looks clean and refined.

 

All the best,


David - Former Forum Co-Moderator and Editorial Assistant

 

I am not a medical professional. All opinions are my own and my advice should not constitute as medical advice.

 

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can we get an update on this patient? I'm interested in seeing how it turned out as I would probably be getting the same amount of grafts. Thanks!

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Looks like very refined and clean work! What sort of density will this achieve- will he require a second pass?

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Looks good thus far. I have a question however...esp with FUE...why don't doctors take from below the mid permanent area...(i.e. think this may be called the "nape" area...basically the area right above where your donor area ends near your top neck area. Those hairs are permanent perhaps even more permanent than going above the mid permanent zone which could possibly fall out if say the patient becomes a norwood 6 ish. Please advise...and also let me know if anyone has had hair taken from this lower nape zone...thanks!!!

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thanks Capelli11 -

 

the "nape" area is susceptible to thinning with age and not considered a "safe" permanent zone - also there tends to be more potential for visible scarring in nape skin

there is a centralized donor area between the nape and upper fringe of one's balding pattern that can be considered permanent - the post-op donor photos for this patient actually show the range of this area very well


Patient Services Director for True & Dorin Medical Group

 

Dr. True and Dr. Dorin are members of the Coalition of Independent Hair Restoration Physicians

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