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This 28-year-old gentleman desired greater density in the frontal and mid-scalp. He had been losing his 
hair for a few years, but felt it had stabilized. He was started on medical therapy, consisting of finasteride 
and Rogaine, to further stabilize his hair loss.

 

 


3,033 grafts were placed into the frontal hairline and frontal mid-scalp in one session with a high-density graft placement technique with slits oriented in the coronal plane. The photographs, 
taken six months post operatively, show tremendous growth and increased fullness in the transplanted 
areas. Since he is only 6 months out, we expect continued growth and maturation of the transplanted hairs.

 

Additionally, some growth can be seen in the crown area, which was treated solely with medical therapy (this is illustrated in the final photo). We will report his one-year results in the future.

 

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Dr. Gabel,

 

It looks like your excellent photo presentation skills are almost rivaling your very impressive results :-).

 

Keep up the great work!

 

Best wishes,

 

Bill

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Great, great result at 6 months and the documentation is impressive.

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I would like to thank everyone for their positive comments. This patient is very happy with his results in just 6 months and I look forward to presenting his growth at 1 year.

 

Bill - photo documentation is very important in this field and I do my best to take the photographs which are consistent between time periods and photo shoots. Thank you for the positive feedback on the photo documentation and presentation.

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Dr. Gabel,

 

Can you please explain this patient's medical therapy indicated in the last photo?

 

And I agree with deadhair7, can you please share some female patient photos?

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