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HDC Hair Clinic - 3000 FUE grafts – 0 - 13 months Hair Transplant Result - NW 3

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Hi Everybody,


This patient who is a Norwood Class 3 and 31 years old had an FUE hair transplant surgery for Hairline and frontal third restoration with 3000 grafts at HDC Hair Clinic.


This FUE hair transplant surgery is presented in detail with before, immediately post op and 13 months photos after the surgery.


Note that the after photos were send to HDC from the patient who came for his surgery from Abroad.


It may be also useful to say that HDC is including the travel and accommodation cost in the offered price per graft. Additionally HDC has released online its new updated website in the beginning of April 2017.


You can have a look on this link HDC Hair transplant | Restoration clinic fue














Immediately after








13 Months post op







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I don't like the photos in dark lighting (yes I know patient sent), but as always great work.

go dense or go home


Unbiased advice and opinions based on 25 plus years of researching and actual experience with hair loss, hair restoration via both FUT & FUE, SMP, scalp issues including scalp eczema & seborrheic dermatitis and many others


HSRP10's favorite FUT surgeons: *Dr. Konior, *Dr Hasson, Dr. Rahal

HSRP10's favorite FUE surgeons: *Dr. Konior, *Dr. Bisanga, Dr. Erdogan, Dr. Couto

(*indicates actual experience with doctor)

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It is easy to see the improvement but I agree that the dark pictures are surely adding some density.

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Thank you for your comments.


It is true that the photos are kind of dark and can show more density.


Still someone can see the natural result of the hairline work. But let us analyze in more detail this result.


As shown in the photos, about 1 inch to front the density placed was high and behind that the density marked with yellow line is low.






The reason is that he had his own hair at the time of surgery and we did not want to go so aggressively into this area in order to avoid shock loss.

If you study more carefully the photo send by patient you can notice that the result density is higher in the front inch, than behind. So obviously the patient lost some of his existing hair in the grafted yellow area but also even in the area behind where the transplant had covered. This means that he would soon need another pass to increase the density in this area.


The advantage of HDC is that the donor is not damaged and it is possible to extract from the same area 3-4 times with a total of about 8000+ grafts from a normal donor.

See our latest article on avoiding donor scaring and depletion on this link http://www.hairtransplants-hdc.com/blog/item/avoiding-scarring-and-depletion-of-the-donor-in-large-fue-sessions


So this example can be a good one for patients to understand that the hair transplant process is an ongoing process as we continue to lose hair and especially for young patients that want to have a very dense hairline and temples without considering what will come after.


I hope my analysis is useful.



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