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Bernstein Medical - Center for Hair Restoration Patient BRE is a Norwood Class 5 with medium fine, straight, grey hair and a donor density that is slightly low (1.9 hairs/mm2). Results after one hair transplant procedure of 2,104 follicular unit grafts.


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Before / After:



Left: Before Hair Transplant

Right: One year after 2,104 grafts


Detail of Hairline:




Left: Before Hair Transplant

Center: Position of planned hairline

Right: One year after 2,104 grafts


Top View of Hair Restoration:




Left: Before showing hairline position from top

Right:One year after 2,104 grafts


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Without an immediate post op pic it's hard to tell how far back behind the hairline the grafts were put. One of the reasons it's hard to tell is because the pictures do not show a great comparison. The preop pics are revealing (hair standing up), whereas the post op ones are not (hairs combed over).


But if I had to guess based on what I can see I still think is a pretty good result for only 2104 grafts.


As a side note, I think his preop "I don't give a fack" hairstyle looked better ironically.

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Very mediocre documentation




This documentation is downright poor by todays standards. Surgeons like Hasson, Wong and Lorenzo push boundaries because they have confidence in their results. There should be no reason why other clinics are not following suit. Are we meant to believe a high-definition video camera is simply out of grasp for a world-class clinic? Is it laziness? Are they trying to hide something by not showing the result in detail?

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