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Dr.Bisanga, BHR Clinic, 3721 FUT 0 - 10 Months

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very good use of the grafts considering the area covered and level of loss. very appropriate give the chance of further loss and young age. love dr bisanga's suturing technique too, does not extent too far above and below the scar.

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Big transformation! Well done!


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also just noticed how dr Bisanga sutures at an angle to the scarline. instead of suturing at a right angle like many docs, he sutures at an angle across the scar line. curious if there is an advantage this way. we know that in engineering an X pattern has more strengh and rigidity than a H pattern but this is not engineering lol.

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Thank you for the comments.

 

Suturing slightly offset and slanted is fairly common nowadays and as such the doctor believes affords good closure and secures more surface area with each stitch as the doctor goes around the scar.

 

It keeps the closure nice and secure from experience and is done as a personal preference by the doctor although not exclusively to us.


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Hi Mickey

 

Sorry I missed the question on this thread.

 

Be happy to answer. This case is a Strip per se but for FUE we use manual punches as you know and 0.75mm to 0.8mm. The abridged answer is manual is what Dr.Bisanga is happy with and he has more control and feeling when punching the grafts manually and has also experimented with other types over the years and this is certainly what suits him but also what he feels is best for our clinic and when training doctors he also will train them with manual punches and they keep to them once they are fully able to do FUE.

 

The numbers may be slower per day and the doctor's hands will develop strength for this as it is the doctor's energy if you like performing the punching without any motorised assistance so some will cramp up on manual punching but Dr.Bisanga has been doing it for years so has that development there and newer doctors will also get used to is but start with small numbers.

 

Dr.Bisanga can also feel if he has usually transected a graft with this method, it gives hightened sensitivity also for him when punching that a motorised device probably would not.

 

There is a much longer answer and possibly for another thread but hope this gives some idea.


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