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7892 grafts with Dr. Sethi & Dr. Bansal, DHT (modified FUE), BHT (Beard Hair Transplant), 9 months

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Mr. Sharma is a hotelier who was Grade VII on the Norwood Scale of Baldness. He felt the requirement for a hair transplantation due to his very public profession. We took 4126 grafts from his scalp donor and 3666 grafts from his beard donor. We covered 3/4th of his scalp and left the crown area for the future coverage. Presented to you below is the progress after 9  months. 

We planned to use the singles to recreate his hairline to give it a softer look and a natural appearance. The beard hair were used in the mid scalp with a mixture of the scalp hair. We had planned to do the crown again to provide better density in a subsequent visit. That is pending. 

Breakdown of the grafts:

Scalp: 4126  (singles: 425, rest were doubles, triples and quadruples)

Beard: 3666 

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Edited by Dr. Sethi & Dr. Bansal

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would this be considered a norwood 6 or a norwood 7?

His sides still look decently high. I thought norwood 7 was very low sides?

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9 hours ago, AnalogFeel said:

would this be considered a norwood 6 or a norwood 7?

His sides still look decently high. I thought norwood 7 was very low sides?

Though traditionally Norwood 7 should have lower sides, we have considered the occipital area as the reference point. And in this case 6 or 7 does not make much difference in the treatment plan!

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Excellent results congratulations to the patient he must be thrilled.

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