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BHR Clinic

Dr. Christian BISANGA

Age: 25 approx.

Technique: Plugs removal

 

This young patient had a small strip procedure in another clinic to cover his temples. As a result, he ended up with very visible plugs and damaged skin.

 

In order to return go back to normality he wanted to remove those grafts.

 

The plan was to do it in one procedure, but when he arrived to the clinic, one of the temples was affected by severe folliculitis. Thus Dr. Bisanga decided to work in just one of the temples and gave medical treatment for the other one, which was treated a few months after.

 

Here you can see the pictures of the process:

 

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0-12 Months

 

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This temple was done on a 2nd procedure 4 months later due to folliculitis:

 

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0-8 Months

 

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Wow - what horrid work by the first clinic. I'm sure the patient is happy to have those pluggy grafts gone. Why did Dr. Bisanga choose surgery over electrolysis to remove the grafts?

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Why did Dr. Bisanga choose surgery over electrolysis to remove the grafts?

 

Good question. My first thought was redistribution but I’d also like to know the actual reason for removal.

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Hi,

 

Thank you very much for the comments.

 

Some of the "plugs" from the previous surgery were used as a test on the strip scar the patient had on the back.

 

That's why electrolysis was not an option for the patient.

 

 

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Kind regards,

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Wow. What an unfortunate scar. It’s a shame what some clinics are doing in this day and age. I hope the patient comes back once everything reaches maturity. I’d love a follow up with the final results of this particular procedure.

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Wow that scar is one of the widest I’ve seen. Unfortunate situation for the patient, I’m glad he did his research afterwards and went to Dr. Bisanga.


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Hi,

 

Thank you very much for the comments. Really appreciated.

 

The patient asked to rebuild temples afterwards, but Dr. Bisanga advised him to wait for a few years and see how his baldness advances in the future.

 

He was young so main priority for Dr. B was giving him a normal look again.

 

Kind regards,

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