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Raymond Konior, MD | Chicago Hair Institute | 3088 Graft Frontal/Midscalp Hair Restoration


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This 38 year old patient requested density enhancement in his thinning frontal and midscalp regions.  His exam revealed a diffuse thinning pattern throughout the male pattern zone.  The donor area showed low caliber hair and evidence of retrograde alopecia.  He underwent a 3088 graft restoration of the frontal and midscalp regions.  Presented are fourteen month postop results.  These include part views in the graft zones that demonstrate his density enhancement.

 

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Preop Front

 

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Preop Top

 

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Preop Right

 

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Preop Left

 

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Postop Front 1

 

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Postop Front 2

 

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Postop Top

 

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Postop Right 1

 

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Postop Right 2

 

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Postop Right 3

 

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Postop Left 1

 

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Postop Left 2

 

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Density Inspection Center

 

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Density Inspection Front

 

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Density Inspection Right

 

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Density Inspection Left

 

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Postop Donor Area

 

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Immediate Postop Graft Placement

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Edited by Dr. Raymond Konior
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Fantastic result and excellent work!

What kind of black magic sorcery do you utilize that the implanted grafts are so cleanly placed without any excess bulbous protruding graft tissues in the recipient area?! You wizard! 🙂

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Amazing result! I agree that the post-op recipient area is immaculate and does look different than almost all other surgeons with regards to how the grafts sit in the incision sites. I think it's a testament to Dr. Konior's precision and attention to detail during all phases of the procedure. Well done as always!

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