Thanks for posting however, please only post one topic with your experience and not three. The fact that you posted multiple times and only provided general information with no pictures does come across as promotional rather than genuine. Now, if you are a genuine patient, congratulations. But I encourage you to share a detailed account of your actual experience along with photos showing the results. As they say, a picture is worth 1000 words.
Not to be too negative, but your donor area looks patchy and overharvested in some areas. I can see a kind of "line" across the top and bottom of the extraction area, and the far left side is overharvested. The doctor could have extracted a bit lower, without getting into the nape hair. If you're not likely to progress to a NW7, he could have extracted higher up. That way, he could have left your donor area overall denser, and blended the extracted area with the unextracted areas. He also really overextracted from the far left side. It almost looks like he took 70%+ of the hairs in a small region, but it's hard to tell. I can't see the far right side, but I imagine he overextracted from there too, as that's how he did mine. The only positive thing is that I can't see any hypopigmentation.
Say goodbye to ever being able to buzz your hair without a "machined" jagged, narrow, and somewhat horizontal strip across the back of your scalp.
That said, I think if you had a few hundred grafts implanted into the horizontal "lines" across the top and bottom of the extraction area, it would really reduce the "machined" appearance.
Ayurvedic specialist doctor uses Ayurvedic treatment which is originated from India as a traditional healing system. Ayurvedic treatment is known to mankind for over 5000 years now. Even though it is the oldest treatment in the world it is still quite popular for curing all kinds of ailments.