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FUE Result - Norwood 2 – Grafts 2250 – HDC Hair Clinic

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This patient wanted a dense pack on his hairline and Temples.

HDC transplanted 2250 FUE grafts as shown below.

The patient did not take any hair loss medication before or after the HT.

Please see his result 20 months after.

He may have some thinning in the future on the area behind the transplanted area, but the good management of his donor area, will give him the luxury to cover any thinning balding, coming in the future.

Regards,

Giuseppe

 

Before

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Immediately After

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20 Months post op

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Very nice result, looks very dense and natural. Especially for not being on Fin.

What density in grafts/cm2 does HDC transplant at for patients with fine caliber hair?

 

Agreed original NW level was higher, but for sure he's a NW2 now. :cool:

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This is a Norwood 3 rather than 2, I agree.

 

The density transplanted depends on a few factors like:

 

• The caliber of the hair as mentioned

• The elasticity of the skin

• The density the patient wants to achieve

• The number of hair / FU

 

For dense packing we go around 65 – 70 FU/cm2 for the front and about 50 for behind.

 

The exact numbers depend however for each patient on the variables above.

 

Giuseppe

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I forgot to put the donor post op so I add this two photos which again show the care taken by HDC to extract the grafts evenly throughout the donor area and I a pattern that leaves the surrounding follicular units intact and the option to the patient to continue with more session with minimal damage to the donor.

Regards,

Giuseppe

 

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For dense packing we go around 65 – 70 FU/cm2 for the front and about 50 for behind.

The exact numbers depend however for each patient on the variables above.

 

Giuseppe

 

Great to know HDC can go that high when needed.

Thanks for the reply.

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Great to know HDC can go that high when needed.

Thanks for the reply.

 

Haha, knew you'd seen this hsrp10! As a fellow fine hair guy, I like these numbers too.

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