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Dr. Bisanga - BHR Clinic / 6161 FUs “combo” procedure

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BHR Clinic

Dr. Christian BISANGA

Age: 40

Technique: STRIP + FUE

Medication: No

Donor densities: 70-80-90 FUs/cm2

Hair Caliber: Medium Fine, slight wavy

Miniaturization on donor area: No

Previous surgeries: Strip surgery in the past

Total FU used:- 6161 = 3986 Strip + 2175 FUE

 

* FU breakdown:-             

1s 1068

2s 2719

3s 1958

4s 416

TOTAL: 6161

 

That means 6161 FU = 14044 Hairs. Average = 2,28 hairs/FU.

 

The goal of this patient was to cover all his baldness in one procedure, so he decided to combine both techniques (Strip + FUE).

 

 

Pre-Post surgery

 

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6 Months

 

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Comparison 0-6 Months

 

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Hi PeloDinero,

Thanks for your comments. 

I would have to confirm it with the clinic, but I believe all pictures were taken the same day. Definitely they are at 6 months mark. That said, in the 1st 3 pictures of the comparisons the patient had wet hair, and in the one with blue background it was dry, and probably on another room with different light. Hope it helps.

Kind regards,

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6 hours ago, PeloDinero said:

No way the hair color could be that drastically different. 

Is called hair dye and patient choice. 

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10 hours ago, Spanker said:

Is called hair dye and patient choice. 

Clearly, you're missing the point. Same day photos with different hair color and different backgrounds wouldn't make much sense, would it?

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14 minutes ago, PeloDinero said:

Clearly, you're missing the point. Same day photos with different hair color and different backgrounds wouldn't make much sense, would it?

Ah, I see. 


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Hi,

I spoke to the clinic and they confirmed the pictures were taken the same day in 2 different rooms of the clinic. Last one was taken with flash probably.

The patient has "salt and pepper" hair so probably if the light conditions were different (also wet hair in the 1st ones and dry in the last one) it can give that impression about the colour of the hair, but that's not the case.

Regards,

 

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2 hours ago, BHRClinic said:

Hi,

I spoke to the clinic and they confirmed the pictures were taken the same day in 2 different rooms of the clinic. Last one was taken with flash probably.

The patient has "salt and pepper" hair so probably if the light conditions were different (also wet hair in the 1st ones and dry in the last one) it can give that impression about the colour of the hair, but that's not the case.

Regards,

 

What is the reason for taking pictures in different rooms? To create more confusion? Sounds suspect. 

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Hi PeloDinero,

All the images we have posted in this case are very clear and defined.

We have also post several pictures with wet hair, which are extremely realistic of the result achieved till now. 

If you have any doubt about the result you can also see the video combing the area and showing the scalp.

Regards,

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4 hours ago, PeloDinero said:

What is the reason for taking pictures in different rooms? To create more confusion? Sounds suspect. 

It does just seem to be a lighting issue based on a shot taken from the video. Goes to show what a difference it can make though.

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