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do they work? are the results as good as actually getting shaved? is it only donor or recipient or both? is this an actual thing that can be requested upon having a procedure? i feel like this would make recovery time way more manageable. anyone have any thoughts or experiences?

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I'm actually seeking someone in the US that performs unshaven FUE - I know Gabel and Cooley have done it in the past. Contacted my original surgeon Rahal, and they require you shave down the area, which is not an option for me since I don't have that much time off work, of course the cost factor probably goes up as well since the procedure is more time consuming as well - hope others have had some experiences here to share

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A lot also depends on the size of the procedure...the larger the procedure, the more critical it becomes to have the areas buzzed down.

Our donor supplies are limited and so avoiding transection is very important.


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