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This is not the most detailed account of my surgery. But I do want to share my story and progress so far. 

I started losing hair rapidly at age 23. I immediately got onto Finasteride and have been on it for the last 13 years.  However the initial hair loss caused significant hair loss and the Finasteride has slowed the hair loss. Now that I am in my thirties and have money I decided to get a hair transplant.  I went to a very well know doctor in North America. He suggested we dense pack 3,400 grafts to match my sides. I was shocked that these many hair could be so densely packed. Also, the hair grafts took a solid thirty days to fall out.   The procedure took 14 hours but it was painless. 

 

Here are a few pictures of before surgery and after. I am currently at month 4.   

 

 

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Dr. hasson 

Six months and one week. 

You still have time for additional growth. That said, I your hairline is great. Don’t try and chase perfection through surgery, its a bad idea. 

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4 minutes ago, FinallyHT said:

I had surgery on April 22. The grafts did not start falling out until day 30. Here's how my hairs look like today, month 4 and half. 

 

Thoughts??

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Looks amazing to me for just 4.5 months! On left temple on pic you cant even tell a difference!

I was wondering if your natural hairline was this shape or this is something your doc. recommended? I was always wondering why some dr. make such pointy triangular hairline.

I'm sure it will turn out fantastic for you!

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On 9/12/2019 at 9:56 AM, Rolandas said:

Looks amazing to me for just 4.5 months! On left temple on pic you cant even tell a difference!

I was wondering if your natural hairline was this shape or this is something your doc. recommended? I was always wondering why some dr. make such pointy triangular hairline.

I'm sure it will turn out fantastic for you!

I had always had a widows peak. So I asked to keep it.  They wanted to lower the hairline even further, but said it would take two days of surgery.  I had originally been quoted 1700 grafts and then the morning of surgery, the Doctor said I would need double that to match the density.  And to significantly lower the the hairline would have been at least another 1,000 grafts. I want to see how this looks first and then do a touch up once I know how this turns out. 

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Is it normal for hair grafts to grow faster on one side? I feel that my right has not grown any hairs yet. While the right side has grown a lot. I’m three days out from 5 months.  

Hairs have grown in where new hairs where inserted in bald areas - as in the new hairline. But I feel that hairs haven’t grown where they where placed down the vertex in between where hairs already existed. 

 

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I want to share my doctor after I see the final results. 
 

here’s another before and after.  Using Rogaine foam I am able to get volume and style my hair. I’m still waiting for the the majority of the grafts to grow still.  Only the extended hairline grafts have grown in. Or maybe I can’t see the new hairs that were placed down the vertex growing in yet. 
 

The new hairline makes me look a lot better!
 

thoughts?? Please provide me feedback. 

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2 hours ago, FinallyHT said:

I want to share my doctor after I see the final results. 
 

here’s another before and after.  Using Rogaine foam I am able to get volume and style my hair. I’m still waiting for the the majority of the grafts to grow still.  Only the extended hairline grafts have grown in. Or maybe I can’t see the new hairs that were placed down the vertex growing in yet. 
 

The new hairline makes me look a lot better!
 

thoughts?? Please provide me feedback. 

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Growth looks very good thus far. 👍🏻

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1st, most people would kill to have the hair you have.  

Smart to have kept a conservative hairline.  This will serve you well down the road.  It was brilliant for you to get on the meds as soon as you did.  I actually think this is contributing, (more than people realize), to the overall density you're enjoying.

Because of the density you have elsewhere...You may want to hit that front again down the road.  Just keep an eye on things particularly the contrast between the dark hair and the light scalp.  You could consider SMP down the road to minimize this if it becomes an issue.  The other thing I like is the way you are styling the hair.  By keeping the hair a bit longer it is shingling and also adding to the density.

I'm curious to learn what others have said about your hair.  Do they even realize you had something done?  At this stage people typically will ask if you've lost weight, etc...as they can not tell.....

Who did your work?

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My guess with the extreme dense packing that was done in this area, it’s likely Dr.Hasson........don’t see anyone in North America or anywhere else with the surgical skill to pack em as tight as Hasson in the right situation for guys with medium to minimal hair loss like yourself......your result will be a home run....it’s already a home run 🤩

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On 9/25/2019 at 1:16 AM, pre-screened said:

My guess with the extreme dense packing that was done in this area, it’s likely Dr.Hasson........don’t see anyone in North America or anywhere else with the surgical skill to pack em as tight as Hasson in the right situation for guys with medium to minimal hair loss like yourself......your result will be a home run....it’s already a home run 🤩

Looks like you were correct :)

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