Your concerns aren't misguided and you will be proved absolutely correct by twelve months, as will I and those that asserted these various issues again.
You're correct at 4 months, you were correct at 1 month, and you'll be right at a year. The problems are visible in the photos from day 1, anyone who has looked at a reasonable amount of transplants can see them.
Thank you. I agree. Also, Dr Bhatti himself said that the hair should be mostly grown in by 6 months. I think my yield is not that bad, at least not as bad as it could have been. I need to live with this for at least another 6 months, so I’m hoping it looks sort of close to normal after another month or two of growth.
6 months of growth should give you enough idea of where you are headed. Just look at successful transplants, they look great by the 6 month mark and the donor is completely healed. We can talk about improvements if we've got a good base around the 6 month mark.
Reps usually ask you wait for 12 months only to damage control.
Had to look at your 1st post and I think given your thin hair caliber (47 microns) and where you were pre procedure, your results for almost a year have turned out really good and it looks to me to be thickening up since your last months photos.