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Looks amazing. Have you ever shared pics from your first transplant? Would be great to see those if possible.

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1 hour ago, makehairgreatagain said:

@giegnosiganoe I didn't document it

That's surprising. Despite that, even some current pics could be useful to see - I guess you had the front done by Dr K?

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24 minutes ago, makehairgreatagain said:

@giegnosiganoe Not really. As mentioned in this thread, I'll post pictures once I'm at the 12 & 16 month mark, I did yes

Lol well, if it was me I would have taken hundreds of pictures, so it is a bit surprising. Not sure what's special about 12-16 month mark when the front has already been done, but will look forward to it in any case.

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8 hours ago, makehairgreatagain said:

@giegnosiganoe Different people have different priorities. Do you have pictures from your transplant journey posted on here? It's to show the result in it's entirety when the crown is more mature.

Haven't had my procedure yet. Considering Dr K. I wish more people posted their results so I'll definitely be giving back to this community.

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Damn, this is a home run. Amazing.

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Well you have certainly made your crown great again 😀 just keeps getting better.

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Wow!  Just wow! This has to be the best vertex result I’ve ever seen. Happy for you! Do you have any idea of the size of the area covered in this procedure? Like square centimeters or inches or whatever?

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7 minutes ago, makehairgreatagain said:

@E39 Thank you! I don't know the exact size in terms of sq cm but it was about the size of my palm

Gotcha. Thanks for the reply. And enjoy the added attention from the opposite sex! Lol 

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@aaron1234 Thank you! I anticipated at least 12-18 months is when you start to see a significant growth.development. I was extremely fortunate for mine to come in much earlier than then the norm and what I had anticipated.

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Indeed.  I looked back at your 1 month and 2 month post-op pics and it already looked you had something good brewing.  You must have had some grafts that didn't shed.

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Looks great. What if you comb it in a less favorable direction? Would you say you have the "illusion of density"?

Also do the hairs easily fall in place, or do you have to use lots of product to tame them? Seems it started blending in well with your existing hair really early on.

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I have similar level of loss in the crown if not a bit more, so this gives me hope a good result is achievable with Dr. K, even with the higher price tag. Money well spent!

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@giegnosiganoe I would say so yes. The hairs do need a little bit of taming but I really don't use any product so fortunately they lay well in the natural whorl.

@asterix0 Definitely was! The crown is the most difficult part to transplant so you really want to make sure your surgeon is able to provide you the most natural looking result

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5 hours ago, makehairgreatagain said:

@giegnosiganoe I would say so yes. The hairs do need a little bit of taming but I really don't use any product so fortunately they lay well in the natural whorl.

@asterix0 Definitely was! The crown is the most difficult part to transplant so you really want to make sure your surgeon is able to provide you the most natural looking result

Dr. Konior is a master at angling grafts when they’re grown out, they give the best appearance. We often think of density particularly when talking about results, but some doctors can make it look like more grafts, simply by angling the grafts in a manner that gives the most layering and coverage. You’re a perfect example. 

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Melvin- Associate Publisher and Forum Moderator for the Hair Transplant Network, the Coalition Hair Loss Learning Center, and the Hair Loss Q&A Blog.

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@makehairgreatagain this is truly amazing. What a brilliant result. I myself am considering Dr Konior for my next procedure. 

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On 7/18/2020 at 7:00 AM, Melvin-Moderator said:

Dr. Konior is a master at angling grafts when they’re grown out, they give the best appearance. We often think of density particularly when talking about results, but some doctors can make it look like more grafts, simply by angling the grafts in a manner that gives the most layering and coverage. You’re a perfect example. 

^^^ This

If we are to start from the axioms that the donor supply is finite and thins over time, combined with the fact that MPB is progressive and unpredictable, I believe then what makes a truly great HT surgeon is their general conservatism and ability to make a few grafts seem like a lot. 

"Wow" again. 

 

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