Thanks for taking the time to look at this particular result. The "before" images were taken 5 years prior to his "after" photos. During that time, Dr. Arocha has changed the background, the location and the type of lighting he uses for his images. I do understand these types of concerns, and we take great care today to make sure our photos are as consistent as possible. That said, this particular patient was back for his followup, and we had not yet showcased his result, so I wanted to show the community as an example of one of our corrective procedures we perform here at Arocha Hair Restoration. I hope that the background isn't too distracting. We do take comments like yours into consideration and will keep them in mind when he starts coming back for his follow-ups after that second procedure.
I receive this question daily, I thought I would make a video on the subject. I would love to hear the communities input. How many of you have had successful hair transplant procedures with diffuse hair loss?
i stopped as I was told by someone on here that it caused native hairs to shed .
my thoughts were that if my native hair shed (not donor) , and I stopped using it that I would lose those hairs
Thanks for the feedback guys
I hope they get better , but my hair looks quite good with a little fibre .
I hope I don’t have to put more grafts into the front to be happy after 18months. I’ve alreaady used 3500 grafts, and want to keep enough for the crown in the future . If density was going to be an issue I wouldn’t have been ok with 1000 grafts being put into my crown , or having temple peaks done. My crown has a lot of native hair .
One thing i am I am curious about is why the Dr overplanted my existing temples. I have seen it done elsewhere but would like to know why this is done.