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1036 graft FUE with Dr HASSON

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On 12/31/2018 at 4:36 AM, Spidey said:

Because of his reputation.  And I live a ten minute walk from his office 😉

hahaha you lucky fella... awesome bro.

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On 9/3/2015 at 10:06 PM, Spidey said:

Oh and another thing. The majority of their clients are still going for fut. And they are booked solid. Every time I went in for post op stuff, there were people in the wait room and operating chairs. Fut, imo, is the best choice for nw levels four or higher. If I were to get a ht and was a higher Nw, I would go fut for sure.

Great results Spidey.  Super success story.  

I happened to notice the comment early on it the thread regarding FUT vs. FUE. Not sure I would agree that FUT is the best choice for NW level 4 or higher.  I was a NW-6 and have done quite well with FUE and over 7,000 grafts.  I never wanted that lengthy linear scar. I understand that folks have differing perspectives regarding this. 

Once again, congrats on your great results Spidey.  Happy New Year to you and others on this thread.

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On 8/24/2015 at 1:14 PM, Spidey said:

Swooping, it's thick until it thins lol. I am on topical Rogaine and s5 cream at the moment. Very reluctant to take anything oral.

This is a 3 year old thread but I'm surprised to hear about S5 and I'm on this forum a lot.

Does S5 work or it's snake oil? Did H&W prescribe it or you got it from somewhere else?

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47 minutes ago, Panamera13 said:

This is a 3 year old thread but I'm surprised to hear about S5 and I'm on this forum a lot.

Does S5 work or it's snake oil? Did H&W prescribe it or you got it from somewhere else?

I got it from another site. Stopped using it because the new batch I got about a year ago aggravated my scalp (gave me pimples on the applied area). 

I use minox foam and a topical dht blocker (kourosh) but honestly have no idea if it's working. Like most people I'm just afraid if I stop by hair loss will.progress faster , finding out that the meds did work in mainting. .. 

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Hey Spidey have you had any further hair loss since this operation with Dr Hasson?

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Hi Spidey, your hairline looks very well designed. I noticed Dr. Hasson usually goes with a v-shape and more mature look, was this what he recommended as well before you decided to change it to the one you wanted? I am also looking at Dr. Hasson or Dr. Diep but i live locally in Vancouver as well.

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6 hours ago, flyinghotnow said:

Hi Spidey, your hairline looks very well designed. I noticed Dr. Hasson usually goes with a v-shape and more mature look, was this what he recommended as well before you decided to change it to the one you wanted? I am also looking at Dr. Hasson or Dr. Diep but i live locally in Vancouver as well.

It's what he designed and I agreed with. I didn't want a straight hairline. My main goal was restore the fullness and stylability of the hairline.

I will admit when the procedure was done and I saw the hairline it looked a lot more widow's peakish than I expected. But when the hair grew in, the widow's peak look went away. I'm glad I agreed to the hairline because the slight v shape adds maturity and makes it more natural looking. 

If you're local, it's a no brainier you go with hw

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On 1/17/2019 at 9:20 AM, Kiwi Guy said:

Hey Spidey have you had any further hair loss since this operation with Dr Hasson?

Not really. But I know it'll eventually happen. I know I'll need a touch up later down the road. I'm still on the fence if I would get the touch up or just let nature take it's course lol

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2 hours ago, Spidey said:

Not really. But I know it'll eventually happen. I know I'll need a touch up later down the road. I'm still on the fence if I would get the touch up or just let nature take it's course lol

OP has great hair and plenty of supply. Just need to make sure he has money to keep going to H&W :)

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