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Dr Cooley- hairline rebalancing 1696 grafts

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This patient presented with very irregular hairline recession, with much more loss on the left. Usually some asymmetric recession is seen, but when that is the case, it is usually the right side that is higher. On top of that, he has a rather large skull, so he wore his hair longer, and pulled it down. His goals were to rebalance the hairline so he he could wear his hair shorter, but without being too aggressive. We did FUT 1696 grafts (1-352, 2-812, 3-468, 4-64; 3636 hairs). He is shown 15 months later.

















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I think this is an excellent result. I have seen so many life changing results on here, but this one sticks out to me a bit. I think a non aggressive approach was without question the most thoughtful and intelligent plan. This patient looks like he will continue to lose hair in the future. With consideration of that, its obviously important to consider the future. I also think that with such a small amount of grafts, this patient was able to achieve his goal. Symmetry is the most important factor when considering the looks of someone, and in many other instances in life. Great work doctor Cooley and congratulations to this patient, as he should be thrilled with the results.

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Very nice.


Dr. Cooley I remember a few years ago seeing a video by "Hans Moore" on youtube who was a patient of yours, his result from you looked excellent.

 2,000 grafts FUT Dr. Feller, July 27th 2012. 23 years old at the time. Excellent result. Need crown sorted eventually but concealer works well for now.

Propecia and minoxidil since 2010. Fine for 8 years - bad sides after switching to Aindeem in 2018.

Switched to topical fin/minox combo from Minoxidil Max in October 2020, along with dermarolling 1x a week.

Wrote a book for newbies called Beating Hair Loss, available on Amazon

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