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Mick from Farjo

Dr B Farjo 3229 FUG

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Patient with follow up pictures at 9 months.Will add video when edited.He is in his 30's and is on meds.

 

3229 FUG

 

636 1 Hair

2200 2 "

393 3-4 "

 

Mick

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Mick...really nice transition to permanent, natural coverage....is the patient considering further treatment?

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how many or what percentage of those 3229 grafts where planted on the crown?

how is the coverage of the front/top? (not the crown) ? is the coverage even?

a video showning combing the hair can realy help.

I'm curious because I have very similar loss pattern (but no crown loss)and similar hair characteristic/skin/hair tone and have been recommended 3000-3500 grafts.so wanted to have an idea of what I can achieve.

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Dr Feller,

 

Thank you.

 

Alix,

 

Unfortunately i do not have the information you require.

Most surgeons alter the level of cover from front to back and a host of factors will determine the mix.What you can achieve will be determined by more than numbers alone.Hair characteristics are crucial but i am sure your doctor will explain this to you.Videos are excellent and i have about 20 new ones which i will add them to our new website when it is updated in the next month or so.

Mick

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