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Dr. Arocha - Advanced NW6 - 3 Sessions (2 FUT + 1 FUE)

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Hair Transplant Sessions: 3
Grafts Implanted: 8700
Baldness Class: 6
Surgical Procedure: Follicular Unit Transplant (FUT/Strip)

This gentleman in his 60s with NW 6 wanted to restore as much of the frontal to midscalp/crown area as possible. The head size was large so we performed three procedures: 1.) 4900+ FUT, and 2.) 2800+ FUT (one year later). The 3rd procedure was a 1000 FUE procedure (5 years after his first procedure).

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Great case! Kudos to Dr. Arocha and team. Smart planning from the get-go and good use of the donor. The patient must be very pleased. 


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1 minute ago, Dr Blake Bloxham said:

Great case! Kudos to Dr. Arocha and team. Smart planning from the get-go and good use of the donor. The patient must be very pleased. 

Thank you, Dr. Bloxham! Much appreciated.


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ThusThis might be the largest case I've seen from your clinic, and it looks terrific. Obviously the patient is styling his hair to maximize the effect of his result, but being able to have that kind of coverage and fullness compared to his starting point is impressive.

I'd also like to say the hairline looks very natural despite the strict graft limitations. It doesn't seem pluggy at all in these photos and not so high as to limit the benefits as a facial frame. Great example of what someone with a more aggressive potential hairloss pattern can expect. 

Had the patient been utilizing any medication prior to the first procedure? It isn't as important now since he doesn't have much native hair left, but I was curious whether he'd done anything previously to slow his rate of hair loss.

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Nice results in three procedures.  I’m sure your patient is quite pleased.  It’s always interesting to see combo FUT/FUE surgeries.  

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Amazing work Dr. Arocha! This patient must be more than satisfied! Curious if he was on Finasteride or Minoxidil during that whole period as well?

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Absolutely stellar results! Thanks for posting 🙏🏼

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On 8/9/2019 at 2:46 AM, Mycroft said:

ThusThis might be the largest case I've seen from your clinic, and it looks terrific. Obviously the patient is styling his hair to maximize the effect of his result, but being able to have that kind of coverage and fullness compared to his starting point is impressive.

I'd also like to say the hairline looks very natural despite the strict graft limitations. It doesn't seem pluggy at all in these photos and not so high as to limit the benefits as a facial frame. Great example of what someone with a more aggressive potential hairloss pattern can expect. 

Had the patient been utilizing any medication prior to the first procedure? It isn't as important now since he doesn't have much native hair left, but I was curious whether he'd done anything previously to slow his rate of hair loss.

Thanks, Mycroft. He was using Propecia prior to his first-ever procedure. 


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On 8/12/2019 at 9:09 AM, vinzaf19 said:

Amazing work Dr. Arocha! This patient must be more than satisfied! Curious if he was on Finasteride or Minoxidil during that whole period as well?

Thanks, vinzaf19. He was using Propecia prior to his first procedure, and was taking Propecia and Minoxidil throughout the whole period. 


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