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1 hour ago, FinallyHT said:

Based on the photos- do you all think I will see more growth? 

Definitely. I’d guess your hairline will thicken up over the next 6 months. At least the area directly behind it.

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On 10/28/2019 at 6:43 PM, FinallyHT said:

Dr. hasson 

You chose an excellent surgeon and it shows in your results.


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Your result and growth is fantastic.

Dense packing to such a high density shows a high quality surgeon. Many surgeons would not be able to achieve that. Do you happen to know the density in the frontal hairline?

3400 in one day is insane.

Thrilled for you. You look great.

Not sure how I feel about expecting 1700 grafts and then being recommended 3400. Not sure how the next guy with a more specific budget would feel.


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1 hour ago, Raphael84 said:

Your result and growth is fantastic.

Dense packing to such a high density shows a high quality surgeon. Many surgeons would not be able to achieve that. Do you happen to know the density in the frontal hairline?

3400 in one day is insane.

Thrilled for you. You look great.

Not sure how I feel about expecting 1700 grafts and then being recommended 3400. Not sure how the next guy with a more specific budget would feel.

I don’t recall the density. But yeah, I was fortunate that I just happened to sell my condo and have extra cash available. The cost went up $10k more. 
 

my hair looks better but I’m still hoping for more growth. I think I will want to lower my hairlines just a little more on my left side. 

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23 hours ago, FinallyHT said:

I don’t recall the density. But yeah, I was fortunate that I just happened to sell my condo and have extra cash available. The cost went up $10k more. 
 

my hair looks better but I’m still hoping for more growth. I think I will want to lower my hairlines just a little more on my left side. 

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I think you've got a lot more maturing to go and some more 'new' growth.

Dr.Bloxham had a good guideline on here called Popping, Growing & Maturing - see below - whats outlined is HT's on average......you do seem a little ahead of the curve so i would say a 'fast grower' but undoubtedly you have more popping to go

 

Of course the short version is from what I can see is that if all progress stopped right now - you are in the top 5% of results on this site or any other in terms of density/naturalness etc.

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23 hours ago, FinallyHT said:

I don’t recall the density. But yeah, I was fortunate that I just happened to sell my condo and have extra cash available. The cost went up $10k more. 
 

my hair looks better but I’m still hoping for more growth. I think I will want to lower my hairlines just a little more on my left side. 

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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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1 hour ago, pre-screened said:

 

I think you've got a lot more maturing to go and some more 'new' growth.

Dr.Bloxham had a good guideline on here called Popping, Growing & Maturing - see below - whats outlined is HT's on average......you do seem a little ahead of the curve so i would say a 'fast grower' but undoubtedly you have more popping to go

 

Of course the short version is from what I can see is that if all progress stopped right now - you are in the top 5% of results on this site or any other in terms of density/naturalness etc.

Thanks!!! This is useful info.  

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its now month 7. I’m not seeing much growth behind the hairline. The grafts inserted in to create the new hairline grew nicely. Will the areas behind the newly created hairline fill in?  
 

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How much more hair do you want lol I can't see any scalp at all. I'm not sure what your expectations are, but you've got a home run result already. 

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Maybe wet your hair and comb it back and take some photos, because I cannot see where you would need more new hair growth as it looks pretty dense already.

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Looks good and natural to me, might be the new hairs need time to mature fully to mimic your native hairs but I don’t see a density issue tbh.

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Looks fantastic, it looks like he filled mostly the temporal recession but did not actually lower the hairline.

Was this strip surgery? How long did you take off work/how long until it was not noticeable?

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FUE. No pain at all. I felt normal the next day. I took a week off from work. No one could tell. I just told people I had a mole removed and had my hair cut. 

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