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8 minutes ago, Scott Medikemos said:

You have defeated your own argument here by acknowledging that there are no controlled studies.  I am unclear as to why you consider that your  own (baseless) opinion, which is backed-up with no evidence whatsoever, is superior to that of a physician, but your agenda is clear.  You are doing the community a disservice saying that clinics should be ruled-out based on nothing more than a hunch, however I am sure that people will see your comments for what they are and completely disregard them in any event.

As Melvin suggested, let’s revisit this in a thread of its own.

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Hello Scott,

Does Dr Lupanzula use a particular motorized punch system? I would appreciate if you could shed some light on this, if possible.

Thanks

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15 hours ago, teeplant said:

Hello Scott,

Does Dr Lupanzula use a particular motorized punch system? I would appreciate if you could shed some light on this, if possible.

Thanks

Hi Teeplant,

As agreed, please can we put this on hold and allow this thread to be used correctly for Ahmeda87' testimonial.

If you would like to message me directly I can send you some information.

Thanks

Scott

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@Melvin-Moderator Sorry dont mean to go off topic here, but have you made a how to/tutorial on using fibres?? I literally can never seem to get them to look any good at all (just have hairline issues, rest of hair is good).

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7.5 months -  Pro - I no longer need to wear nanogen/hair fibres - that is ONLY  if I style my hair flat and forward as you can see in the picture. 

                        Con - my hairline at the front is still gappy so if I style my hair up at the front then I need nanogen/hair fibres 

Please Note** I do not part my hair, only for demonstration purposes. The 90's are over. 😂

What do you think so far?

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Results really starting to fill in. Will be interesting to see over the next 3 months how the hairline looks. Would like to see it styled like you want to style it. Much better than where you started.

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Month 9 + 8 days : 
 
Positive. I can wear my hear without nanogon (hair fibres) when styles forward ONLY. Top and mid is filled in a lot but my hair is quite long. I will get a cut soon and see if I can still wear my hair without nanogon when styled forward. 
Negative. Hairline is very spare. Within Nanogon and Vo5 putty I can JUST ABOUT style the front of my hair up.... but close up you can see gaps still. 
 
Please Note : I do not part my hair, its just for demonstration so you can see the difference compared to the start. 
 
Dr Lupanzula said he could fix this but I need to wait until month 12. Maybe 500-700 grafts?

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Absolutely fantastic, a brilliant transformation. I would be over the moon with such results! Thank you for sharing

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Dr. Lupunzula did an amazing job, congrats 🙌


I do not provide medical advice, recommendations, all responses are my opinion.

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On 2/23/2020 at 7:40 PM, ahmeda87 said:

any thoughts? :)

Think it looks worlds better and very natural.

Plus your donor looks super thick and you could always go back for another round to touch up the hairline.

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12 months: Overall massive important and happy considering it was only 2664 grafts to cover a large area. 

Hard to tell but the hairline certainly need's a touch up. I spoke to the Dr and he also agreed that maybe 600 grafts. As styling my hair up even with hair fibres looks abit gappy/spare 

HOWEVER I can wear my hair forward without hair gel or hair fibres so that is a massive plus. 

Hair is super long due to obvious reasons haha. Hopefully barbers open up soon. 

 

 

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Nice result, if the photos don't deceive me I think you can style your hair up right now, you don't appear balding. With the touch up you will be perfect

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The hair spread apart really shows not much difference between the transplanted zone and your crown which is great. A small top up of the hairline will get you in a very good spot. To be frank, not many people would probably notice the front so its more of a personal goal to improve those areas. 

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14 hours ago, HTHope said:

The hair spread apart really shows not much difference between the transplanted zone and your crown which is great. A small top up of the hairline will get you in a very good spot. To be frank, not many people would probably notice the front so its more of a personal goal to improve those areas. 

 

yeee maybe a small top up at the front but overall very happy. 

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Massive improvement, I agree just a small patch in the front, 600 grafts would be more than enough. I’ve become my own barber in this quarantine lol.

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I do not provide medical advice, recommendations, all responses are my opinion.

My Hair Transplant Journey

Melvin- Associate Publisher and Forum Moderator for the Hair Transplant Network, the Coalition Hair Loss Learning Center, and the Hair Loss Q&A Blog.

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19 hours ago, Melvin-Moderator said:

Massive improvement, I agree just a small patch in the front, 600 grafts would be more than enough. I’ve become my own barber in this quarantine lol.

 

thanks man, I am just worried if I get 600 grafts will the down time again be three months? :( ..... haha glad you worked out how to be your own barber. Im still struggling to fade... haha looks like I put a bowl around my head. This was after I posted my pics. 

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On 5/18/2020 at 5:48 AM, ahmeda87 said:

 

thanks man, I am just worried if I get 600 grafts will the down time again be three months? :( ..... haha glad you worked out how to be your own barber. Im still struggling to fade... haha looks like I put a bowl around my head. This was after I posted my pics. 

There might be some shock loss, you have to weigh the pros and cons. Is it worth 3 months of potential ugly duckling phase? IMO no, but then again it may look near perfect afterwards.


I do not provide medical advice, recommendations, all responses are my opinion.

My Hair Transplant Journey

Melvin- Associate Publisher and Forum Moderator for the Hair Transplant Network, the Coalition Hair Loss Learning Center, and the Hair Loss Q&A Blog.

Follow our Social Media Instagram @thehairtransplantnetwork FacebookPintrest, Linkedin and YouTube.

 

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