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This patient was not a simple case. He is in his mid 20's, his donor is limited and he had an expanding area of loss. He was realistic though and the first stage of the plan was to stabilise things with meds which was achieved.

We then proceeded to boost the front in a design that suited him now and in the future. The pictures are at 8 months so there is still more development to come.

Mick

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Patient coordinator for Dr. Bessam Farjo who is an esteemed member of the Coalition of Independent Hair Restoration Physicians

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Looks pretty good, but in the #1 pic it looks like the drawn recipient area is severely off center. Was this intended? In result pic #7 at the same angle the grown hair looks more centered, but I noticed the hair was not transplanted exactly on the line of the drawn area pre-op.

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