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Dr. Koray Erdogan ("Asmed Clinic") - 2800 Grafts - 5 months update


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2800 grafts FUE, extracted by titanium manual punch diameter 0.7 - 0.9 mm.

 

Incisions executed by: custom made blades, coronal lateral slit

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An amazing experience (4002 grafts) with Dr. Koray Erdogan (ASMED Clinic).

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Obvious improvement. That it's only five months out makes it even more impressive.

 

Still, there still seems to be some pronounced redness in the recipient area. How long does this typically last? Can it be permanent? How can it be treated?

 

For all my research, I've sorta ignored redness, thinking it was a minor issue. But lately, I'm starting to wonder.

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Redness really depends on the person but I have never heard it can be permanent. Aloe Vera improves a lot the redness. I have also heard that PRP treatment can help.

I also see a great improvement for only five months! Let's wait for the coming months!

An amazing experience (4002 grafts) with Dr. Koray Erdogan (ASMED Clinic).

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Really nice result.

 

Shadow, I've had redness last up until 6 months, and even after that it has been pinkish. It eventually goes completely back to normal.

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great result.

it's amazing seeing the difference hair makes to one's appearance.even comparing the pre-op balding stage to the shaved pictures..major difference.yet some people still think hair is not that important and shaved look is cool! I'd say hair is at least 70% of how we look!

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im not saying this is a poor result or anything, BUT.

am i the only one that notice he got wet hair in the before pictures and dry hair in the after?

 

the progress is still good for only 5 month, but we need to see the before picture with total dry hair just like the after picture please.

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Wow! Huge improvement already! Congratulations.

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Yeah Denny I've brought this up in a few threads, although this is a great result as are all I have seen from Dr. Erodogan, all of his pre-op pics are with wet hair. You might want to pass on to the clinic to stop wetting the hair in the pre-op pics, as it doesn't make for a fair comparison.

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ASMED Surgical Medical Center

Dr Koray Erdogan. Istanbul, Turkey

- For info, evaluations and quotations: htn@asmed.com.tr

- Telephone Contacts (Numbers active in working time and 24h for urgencies):

Main number : (+90) 216 464 11 11

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UK: (+44) 2035191146

- Free online consultation: Online Consultation Form

- For additional information on our clinic, cost and photos:

Asmed Hair Transplant Official Website

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This is one of the better results that I have seen. Great job.

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Obvious improvement (I think) but…he looks like he already has a pretty decent head of hair, but it's difficult to tell because the pre-op photo is with wet hair. I'll reserve my 'wows' for now.

3,425 FUT grafts with Dr Raymond Konior - Nov 2013

1,600 FUE grafts with Dr Raymond Konior - Dec 2018

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