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Follow-up photos taken @ 18 months after undergoing follicular unit transplanation with Dr. Dorin. 2200 grafts were transplanted consisting of 908 singles, 1244 doubles, and 48 threes. A total of 3,540 hairs.

 

- Class 4 with future progession likely to a 5+

- Average to slightly lower density - @ 5500 supply

- Below average elasticty

- Fine/Medium Build

 

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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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That looks great. I like the subtle way that you did the temple corners.

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Great result from only 2200 Dr D!

 

I am impressed.

 

Cheers,


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Hair Transplant Surgery:

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2800 Grafts to frontal 1/3

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Dutas .5mg every day 1.5 years and Proscar 5mg (Cut into 1/4): x1 Daily 10 years

 

Hair-A-Gain Generic Minox: x2 Daily 13 years

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Dr Proctor's Nano Shampoo

Various Herbal supplements

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Saw Palmetto

Provillus - LOL

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orangehair,

 

Thank you for sharing this case. I have to agree that this is an excellent example of a little going a long way! This gentleman has made a very impressive transformation.


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orangehair

Would it make sense to have FUE on such a session?

I mean if I was him I would like to have FUE if its just a touch up. I would hate to wait 3 months for the donor to heal properly (pain associated with it, discomfort, trouble with sleeping).

I know I would want FUE if I need it in the future....

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5500 supply...

Does this mean that the patient only has about 5500 total donor grafts before any surgery? That seems very low.


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aseda.......Dr. Dorin could do FUE and actually given the patient's tight scalp probably makes sense moving forward. Unfortunately, the patient is unable to get away with shaving his head in preparation for doing a larger FUE procedure so in order to do the 1000+ the strip made sense this time.

 

spanker....this patient did have a lower than average density - if we utilized FUE in the future we could probably get more than 5500 if needed or desired


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

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