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30 year old patient came in to restore his receded hairline and receded temples.
Dr. Rahal designed a hairline without dropping the front, and adding density and adjusting the lateral temple angles part of the hairline. This allows more styling options.
Only 1810 grafts were used at a density of 55 grafts per cm².

Surgery type        FUT    

Zones Treated         1 and 2    
Grafts Transplanted         1810 grafts
Recipient Graft Density        55 grafts/cm²
Recipient Hair Density        109 hairs/cm²
                
Graft breakdown            
Single Hair            400 grafts    
Two Hair            1010 grafts 
Three Hair            400 grafts     
Four Hair            0  grafts    
                
TOTAL GRAFTS        1810 grafts
TOTAL HAIRS         3620 hairs    
HAIRS PER GRAFT        2.0 hairs/graft

 

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Edited by Dr. Rahal

Tara Portt

Patient Advisor

 

I represent Rahal Hair Transplant. I am not a medical professional and my words should not be taken as medical advice. All opinions and views shared are my own.

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Absolutely FIRST CLASS work time and again from Dr Rahal. I have noticed however that Dr R seems to be using smaller graft numbers than he used to?

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13 hours ago, Dr. Rahal said:

30 year old patient came in to restore his receded hairline and receded temples.
Dr. Rahal designed a hairline without dropping the front, and adding density and adjusting the lateral temple angles part of the hairline. This allows more styling options.
Only 1810 grafts were used at a density of 55 grafts per cm².

Surgery type        FUT    

Zones Treated         1 and 2    
Grafts Transplanted         1810 grafts
Recipient Graft Density        55 grafts/cm²
Recipient Hair Density        109 hairs/cm²
                
Graft breakdown            
Single Hair            400 grafts    
Two Hair            1010 grafts 
Three Hair            400 grafts     
Four Hair            0  grafts    
                
TOTAL GRAFTS        1810 grafts
TOTAL HAIRS         3620 hairs    
HAIRS PER GRAFT        2.0 hairs/graft

 

IMG_8644.JPG

IMG_8669.JPG

IMG_8673.JPG

IMG_8684.JPG

IMG_8717.JPG

IMG_8720.JPG

IMG_8738.JPG

IMG_8757.JPG

IMG_8760.JPG

IMG_9264.JPG

P1260302.JPG

P1260314.JPG

P1260331.JPG

P1260336.JPG

P1260372.JPG

P1260382.JPG

P1260390.JPG

P1260466.JPG

Appears to be a nice result. 

That said, the before photos all show the hair when wet or perhaps gelled. The after shots are with the hair completely dry and longer. Makes the comparison more difficult. 

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Very good result.

What is the result time frame?

Why compare wet before photos to dry post photos, not a proper representation to be honest.

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This is ridiculously good. Bravo. You can see where the original hairline design line had been drawn and the higher hairline actually works a lot better. Guy must be blown away.

As mentioned above, the wet vs dry comparison isn't ideal

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Some above posters do make a good point in the before and after photos being different due to wet/ dry hair, is this the norm?

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20 minutes ago, Kiwi Guy said:

Some above posters do make a good point in the before and after photos being different due to wet/ dry hair, is this the norm?

It should be standardised imo, completely unfair comparison 

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Don’t entirely agree with the before & after images but all in all it looks very good. 

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