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Dr. Bhatti patient | 3233 scalp and 456 body grafts

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This 32 years old Indian patient with Grade 7 pattern planned over 2 hair transplant sessions due to the the extent of loss. Luckily has good donor region to work with but planning is vital short and long term.
 
First session- 3233 scalp and 456 body grafts used for hairline and midscalp and the results can be seen here after 6 months in. The patient has also noe been on finasteride for 6 months too to help stabilise and stop the progression of loss and help thicken things up ! See how well the patient has responded to finasteride !
 
As this result progresses I'll plan to update the topic to see this remarkable transformation.
 
Regards
Spex
 
 
 
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6 months post op !
 
 
 
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15 hours ago, jj51702 said:

Is that really a grade 7? He seems to have more native hair that looks shaved on top than a grade 7.

I’d say he’s a NW7 yes. Miniaturising Hair clearly around the edge which has responded well to meds which is great. 

 

Thanks for the postive and constructive comments.

 

regards

spex 

 

 

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what a difference ! I would have thought the hair line placement/plan was a bit overly aggressive, but final result suits the patient's features very well, congrats

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