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One 42 years old celebrity socialite of Mumbai came to us for the restoration of the receding hairline with a bigger forehead. She was always aware that she has a big forehead, but never knew what can be done to that. She knew that a proper hairline would give her a better facial aesthetics. When she consulted us through her friend, who had also got a procedure done for himself, we offered her a plan wherein the hairline was supposed to be not very low, nor very up as well. She underwent the procedure. The hairline of females is altogether different than males. The shape is a semilunar type. The angle of the hair differs just after 2 cm from the midline and customising the hairline for the facial features is a bit challenging than males. 
However, in the index case, the results at 4 months and 6 months are highly encouraging and she is getting her female friends and her celebrity husband for the procedure! 
 
(Note: Even after 100 plus female hair restoration cases, we still believe we are improving with each case on a regular basis. Between 2010 to 2015 we have had 40 odd patients of female hair cases. Now since the last 2-3 years, we are doing almost 4-8 female cases per month. With awareness, increased cases of PCOD and lifestyle changes, the cases of female hair transplants are increasing.)
 
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Fantastic hairline design, this really looks very artistically done. I am sure the patient is thrilled. I assume this was non-shaven DHT?. Ans donor hairs had to be picked for harvesting to carefully use singles for hairline?. Either way, wonderful result, great job, well done.


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3 hours ago, harin said:

Fantastic hairline design, this really looks very artistically done. I am sure the patient is thrilled. I assume this was non-shaven DHT?. Ans donor hairs had to be picked for harvesting to carefully use singles for hairline?. Either way, wonderful result, great job, well done.

Yes, this is nonshaven. To provide a softer hairline, a lot of singles are required, both male and females. 

We we did a very little widow’s peak. That has come up very well! The patient and we the doctors are thrilled, so shared!

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2 hours ago, Dr. Sethi & Dr. Bansal said:

Yes, this is nonshaven. To provide a softer hairline, a lot of singles are required, both male and females. 

We we did a very little widow’s peak. That has come up very well! The patient and we the doctors are thrilled, so shared!

can you share how a women's HT is different than a man's HT?. may be a small video, i see very few successful women's HT which is this aesthetically good, thank you.


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54 minutes ago, harin said:

can you share how a women's HT is different than a man's HT?. may be a small video, i see very few successful women's HT which is this aesthetically good, thank you.

Surely. I will in few hrs.

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Very nice six month result. I imagine it will look even better as it matures and the length evens out. 

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On 2/24/2019 at 9:11 AM, harin said:

can you share how a women's HT is different than a man's HT?. may be a small video, i see very few successful women's HT which is this aesthetically good, thank you.

Sorry for the delay in posting the video!

 

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