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Hi guys, so its weekend, and time to relax.

As i posted here before, im close to book for a HT

With dr. Hakan for aprox. 2000 fue graft.

 

I asked him if they Can do it without shaving the reciepted area,

And they said yes to that. (However they charge 0,5 euro more per graft)

And they say the end result Will be the same whether they shave or not.

 

But what do you guys Think?

Should i let it be shaved Down and Also save some cash or

Should i keep it longer and better chance to hide the transplant

With toppik.

 

Pls. If anyone have Any experience with this i would

Be glad to hear some feedback ?

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Hi guys, so its weekend, and time to relax.

As i posted here before, im close to book for a HT

With dr. Hakan for aprox. 2000 fue graft.

 

I asked him if they Can do it without shaving the reciepted area,

And they said yes to that. (However they charge 0,5 euro more per graft)

And they say the end result Will be the same whether they shave or not.

 

But what do you guys Think?

Should i let it be shaved Down and Also save some cash or

Should i keep it longer and better chance to hide the transplant

With toppik.

 

Pls. If anyone have Any experience with this i would

Be glad to hear some feedback ?

 

I would go the shaving way. Everything that makes it easier for the doctor to do my extractions without adding possible fatigue factors or anything that makes the procedure more difficult than it already is. A shaved head i think is also a more clean place for the post op healing both in the recipient and donor to take place.

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Agreed, you risk transection and also shockloss with non shaving.

Also the doctor needs to see the hair angles at high magnitude and not shaving will make it more difficult for the angle placement.

 

Good luck with the procedure.

go dense or go home

 

Unbiased advice and opinions based on 25 plus years of researching and actual experience with hair loss, hair restoration via both FUT & FUE, SMP, scalp issues including scalp eczema & seborrheic dermatitis and many others

 

HSRP10's favorite FUT surgeons: *Dr. Konior, *Dr Hasson, Dr. Rahal

HSRP10's favorite FUE surgeons: *Dr. Konior, *Dr. Bisanga, Dr. Erdogan, Dr. Couto

(*indicates actual experience with doctor)

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I would go the shaving way. Everything that makes it easier for the doctor to do my extractions without adding possible fatigue factors or anything that makes the procedure more difficult than it already is. A shaved head i think is also a more clean place for the post op healing both in the recipient and donor to take place.

 

Thx for you reply.

 

I Also thought that it was the best Way, but since dr. Hakan's represent

Told me the results would be the same i came in doubt

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Agreed, you risk transection and also shockloss with non shaving.

Also the doctor needs to see the hair angles at high magnitude and not shaving will make it more difficult for the angle placement.

 

Good luck with the procedure.

 

Ok i Think i would take your guys advices and keep it buzzed Down.

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have you ever buzzed them down before Johny? If not do it before your surgery and put up some pics up for us to give you feedback. Who knows you might even like it :D

 

I use to buzz Down before when i was 18-24

back Then i changed from buzz Down to grow hair

Out a bit.

 

But when my hair loss started around 4-5 years ago

(I will be 29 in 14 days) i havent really buzzed it down.

i am very scared how Bald i would look. Also because i use toppik

Every Day. So it Will be a Big difference for people when they see me

Suddenly with buzz down.

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