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Dr. ROBERT DORIN NYC - 3346 FUE restoration (revision)

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Patient presented with a Norwood Class 4 pattern with the intent of restoring density to the frontal recession and crown region.  He had undergone an initial FUE elsewhere that was not successful.

Total of 773 grafts allocated to the vertex and 2573 grafts to the frontal third.  

*Manual motorized FUE

* Prp/Acell 

*Propecia

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Edited by orangehair

Patient Services Director for True & Dorin Medical Group

 

Dr. True and Dr. Dorin are members of the Coalition of Independent Hair Restoration Physicians

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Wow that's amazing. If it looks this good with short hair, I can only imagine how it would look if he grew it out slightly. Great job 👏


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Fabulous results.  Congratulations!


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Terrific work Dr. Dorin, that crown looks like it has filled in significantly. It seems that the PRP with Acell combined with the Propecia are really helping the patient keep the non transplanted hair healthier too?

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This is a distinct change that fits in line of realistic expectations patients with this level of loss and patter may have.  This is a success and kudos to the doc!  

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