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Case performed by Dr. Feriduni – 1148 FU in 2 procedures

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Scar correction in FUE performed on a 42-year old Caucasian male after FUT Minigrafts ex domo.

• NW VII, Class N

• Donor density of 76 FU/cmÇ occipital, 80 FU/cmÇ parietal, 68 FU/cmÇ temporal

• Hair diameter of ~50-54 microns

 

Treatment plan

Follicular Unit Extraction to correct the scars on the back of the head.

 

Performed procedures

1. FUE (October 19, 2016)

Scar correction in Follicular Unit Extraction with 636 FU

* 636 hair FU (mix single, double and triple hair FU)

 

2. FUE (October 18, 2017)

Scar correction in Follicular Unit Extraction with 512 FU

* 102 single hair FU

* 410 double hair FU

 

Perpendicular incisions in custom-sized blades technique (Cutting Edge blades of 0.8-0.9 mm).

Extraction performed with a 0.8 mm FUE punch with CIT Manual Punch Handle.

No microscopic preparation of the follicular unit grafts.

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L0ke - Representative for Dr. Feriduni

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The superior Y-shaped scar had a width of 2-14 mm. The inferior scar had a width of 2-6mm.
The goal was to reduce the visibility of the punch grafts in the hairline and midhead region and also to have a short hair cut of 6mm.
After the first surgery the scars were invisible at a haircut of 12mm*; after the second surgery we succeeded in our goal of 6mm.

* Attached a picture of the patient with a haircut of 12mm as a result after the 1st FUE.

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L0ke - Representative for Dr. Feriduni

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Thanks Loke 

I am glad that more and more people are getting rid of butchered head.

Thanks to doctors like Dr Feriduni.

 

Is it possible for you to share more pics with shaved head before surgery 1 and before Surgery 2 , so I can compare the growth after the 1 session 

 

Actually I am also planning for same , I also have 2mm wide scar which is almost 19 cm long 

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No problem.
Attached you can find some more pictures (preop 1st FUE, preop 2nd FUE, 1 year postop 2nd FUE).
Unfortunately we do not have a picture preop of short hair, therefor also a picture intra-op of the first FUE.
The microscopical view with the DermLite shows the Y-shaped scar in detail.

If you have any more questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Glad to help!

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