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5600 grafts 0 – 6.5 months in 2 hair transplants – Class 6 patient – HDC Hair Clinic

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This is a Norwood class 6 patient that wanted to cover his whole baldness with adequate and realistic density. HDC advised him that in order to achieve his goal, 3 sessions will be needed. One for the front, one for the top and one for the crown. The main reason why not to extract all the grafts in one go is for preserving the donor in a good condition to be able to extract the maximum number of grafts from this donor without visible depletion.

 

So here he is after two sessions and 5600 grafts in just 6.5 months after the 2nd session.

 

The details of the hair transplants are as below:

FUE1 on 11-11-15 for 2850 grafts

FUE2 on 05-12-16 for 2750 grafts

Total 5600 grafts.

 

We are waiting for photos with result. But anyway, we could get some in HDC Clinic when he comes for his 3rd hair transplant on the crown.

 

Our comment is that, for a class 6 patient with good donor, there is the possibility to cover the whole area with average density like in this case if the donor and the extracted grafts are well managed.

 

Regards,

 

Giuseppe

 

Before

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Immediately after 2850 grafts

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Immediately after 2750 grafts

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6.5 Months after second session

 

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very good result and the client should be really happy. I wonder how his donor area managed to provide so many grafts and still looks untouched. What was his density in donor area?


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Impressive indeed. It actually even looks better than some norwood 3 cases that recieved about the same graft by other surgeons. Great job here!

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very good result and the client should be really happy. I wonder how his donor area managed to provide so many grafts and still looks untouched. What was his density in donor area?

 

Hi saltsay,

Managing the donor in large Norwood Scale Patients is one of the most important aspects of FUE hair transplantation success.

You can see a detailed reply to your question in the link below that explains how to avoid donor scarring and depletion in large FUE sessions.

 

Hair Transplants HDC - Avoid scarring & Donor Depletion in FUE

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Very impressive! Can't wait to see the results of the third hair transplant. Talk about a transformation!


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