It's been nearly 8 months since this patient's transplant. Dr Bhatti himself tells his patients that after 6 months, most of the growth will be apparent. Before my transplant, he told me that at 6 months I'd see 80% of the new hairs growing. Is Dr Bhatti wrong?
I just don't believe that AltonMeyer was a shill. I think Eugenix is nearly as shitty as Darling Buds, so I'm not picking one clinic over another either.
He has a diffusive pattern of hair loss. A working professional with an extremely busy schedule, he couldn't afford to have a long gap in between his working hours.
He was worried about the looks after the procedure had been done. He did not want to miss out on his office or bail out on his prior commitments. At the same time, fixing his hair was of utmost importance to him.
He got 6300 grafts done for his procedure after working out a day or two to spare. It was as smooth a process as ever. He did not have to juggle anything. The process went good and the post operative period was not as difficult as he thought it would be.
After 1 year, he has an amazing growth. No one in his circle has been able to make out that he has had anything done.
It looks natural, delicately designed and fit for any corporate structure that he may desire to conquer.
Wow, doesn't seem like there is any shed so far. I wouldn't shave it to even out just yet though, I saw some guy who thought he was safe from the shed shave it...then it shed right after.
I started going back to the gym at 3 weeks.