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Long time lurker, first time poster here.


I've attached 3 pictures of my current hairline, I've got estimates for ~3000 grafts using FUE between $2,500-$5,500 in the next few weeks.

If you could be so kind, I'm requesting guidance and opinions on a few things:

1. Is FUE the best method to repair hairline?

2. Is the amout of $$$ and grafts I've been quoted reasonable (in Turkey)? 

3. Given the area is not large, how long could I expect for the redness to subside in (ie, when could I go back to work without anyone noticing that I'd had an operation?) 


Many thanks,





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I feel like you’ve started a thread before right? 

My opinion, save money and time. You don’t need a hair transplant. You have a perfectly normal mature hairline. If you’re approaching 30 or in your 30’s this hairline is normal. 

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

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A slight top down angle might help to say for sure, but I agree with Melvin. Your hairline appears mature but doesn't seem like it has any real thinning in it, at least not that I can see.

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8 hours ago, DrTBarghouthi said:

These pics show a good mature hairline

It depends on how old he is. The hairline may be a bit high. I think covering the eyes may be making the hairline look lower than it actually is.


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