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I thought his hair was very good when I see it in the flesh. Dr Seager performed a strip from what I know.

 

I remember meeting him and I didn't realise he was a NW6 until he turned side on.

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This is amazing to sharing one of your successful surgery over the forums I really like it..

 

Once again this clueless troll posts some inane comment not even related to the topic.

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Very informative video indeed. I must add that I was actually contemplating a fue procedure after my research is done. But this is an eye opener. Well, let us just say that I have not yet made any conclusions as of now so the jury is still out on either fue or fut. You can still bet your bottom dollar that I will keep this video in mind in my final analysis.

 

Feller I have read before. He is supposed to be one of the super doctors in the hair transplant field based on my research. I have added him to my top list of potential doctors so far. I am keeping my list short so anyone in it should be considered fortunate.

 

Thank you for the short video.

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Why is he so anti FUE? Most people do FUE!

 

Perhaps there are advantages of fut over fue. One thing I did read was that more follicles can remain "alive" than fue. I am still early into this so I am sure other qualified gentlemen can answer this for you.

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I agree with Dr Feller, but in certain cases I think it can be an alternative.

 

I was told years ago it is an alternative IF you are low on the Norwood scale, are over 30, loss has been stable for years & like to wear your hair short.

 

I’ll be 34 in about six months, I have been on the big three for years and my loss has been rather stable for years. Additionally I’m only a Norwood 2A-3A max and like to wear my hair short and often have to for work. I’ll be getting a high mature hairline, however it will be at a high density due to less illusion of density with short hair.

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Dr Feller does make some good points. FUE has to be done right with a proper protocol.

It isn't for everyone and neither is FUT. Some folks shouldn't even get a restoration procedure by looking at a clinics wow photos. This are just some cases that turned out above average but may not be the norm of the clinic performing them. In any case, I urge folks to do as much research as possible and see if they can see real patients that have no incentives nor financial incentives for any clinic.

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