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Dr Timothy Carman ABHRS FISHRS 2291 FU Grafts

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The challenge with this patient was a relatively low yielding donor and large area "needing" grafts. Appropriate placement of grafts in a design pattern that will mimic nature, while maximizing their full potential for growth as non-DHT-sensitive follicular units is a cornerstone in creating artwork that appears natural. 2291 FU grafts were harvested via a conservative strip excision procedure, which assures consistent high quality graft survival and growth for the long-term performance benchmark.

The photos are from his 9 Month Post Op visit, wherein approximately 80% of the hair has grown in.

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Edited by Dr. Timothy Carman

Timothy Carman, MD ABHRS

Chairman, Ethics Committee (ABHRS)
ABHRS Board of Directors

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Difficult case, nice subtle change. Was this strip or FUE?


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