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Ronan keating had a HT??

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Are you referring to the thin appearance above his ears? I don't think this is a sign of FUE surgery as the thinning is very far forward, right above his sideburns. It isn't normal to extract from this area - no reputable doctors do - and in fact I can't recall ever seeing any examples of extractions from so far forward.


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45 minutes ago, mattj said:

Are you referring to the thin appearance above his ears? I don't think this is a sign of FUE surgery as the thinning is very far forward, right above his sideburns. It isn't normal to extract from this area - no reputable doctors do - and in fact I can't recall ever seeing any examples of extractions from so far forward.

Hey Matt, thanks for reply 

 

Yes i am reffering to that, i think it's very common for hairline work just to use single grafts from the side of the scalp is it not? 

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Not from that far forward. I did a quick, rough outline (in green) of the area from which grafts would be extracted via FUE. The area that I outlined in red looks thin, but extractions would never be taken from this far forward.

I think this is a case of where the quirks of natural hair and the effects of HT surgery can look very similar.

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I have to agree with you as you know better than myself, ronans hair always looks good for a man whos 41 I think it's safe to say then he's not had a transplant he uses some clever styling tricks as I'm sure he was receeding around age 27

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It looks like he may have.  I can see somewhat of a fue Halo/density loss.  But his overall pattern looks more spread out and not confined to an overused rectangle in the donor.  Esp if you research his other pics, you can tell. 

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