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4.5 Month Update - Harley Street Hair Clinic

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Here are pictures for 4.5 month post op. I had 2000 grafts, 1800 at the hairline and 200 at the crown.

 

It still looks transparent in places and Im still worried about the crown a bit as it still looks thin. Guess time will tell. Do many people see more growth past this stage?

 

Note the photo on far right was before procedure. The other 3 are at 4.5 months.

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Hey MRG,

 

I guess this looks good for 4.5 months and there is a minimum of another 4-5 months before you get the maximum results :) So guess you l be happy by that time :)

 

Cheers :)

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Sorry to say but 200 grafts is not going to make any visable difference to your crown - you will need another session of FUE to sort that out.

Hairline looks promising though at this early stage. Should carry on improving right up and perhaps over 12 months.

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Thanks for honest feedback Johnboy. I had 200 grafts left over from hair line, so agreed to have them placed at crown for early thinning. I knew it wouldn't make a big difference, but my crown looks alittle worse than it did before. Jus looked at some pictures...old and new, and crown does look improved....but not near what I had before op. :(

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The crown is known as the black hole of grafts anyway ! Its best to be conservative and see where your loss progresses. Best to sort the front as thats what people see. those 1800 grafts should make all the difference when they have grown in and matured.

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Here's a photo at 5 months, 1 week. It still looks a bit thin at the left hand side..

 

What do you guys think? Is that it - only I cant see any more hairs coming through...

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Here's an update for 5 months/ 1 week. The left hand side still looks a bit thin :-/...what do you guys think?

 

Anyone seen further growth beyond 5 months or is is just a case of thickening up with what you've got?

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