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Dr. Hasson /4,500 Grafts/ FUE/ 1 Session/ 9 months post-op

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Vancouver area patient in his mid 30’s bothered by his receding hairline. He tried PRP but was not happy with its minimal at best results. Dr. Hasson and team used 4,500 grafts via FUE to rebuild a new lower hairline and frontal zone blending into the mid-scalp. 350 singles were used in the hairline, 3182 were double hair grafts and 968 were 3-4 hair grafts. His donor hair was good with high density and average texture. These photos were taken 9 months post-op.

 

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I am a salaried employee of Hasson and Wong since 2001. Opinions expressed are my own.

 

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superb result, congrats to the patient and the clinic! Recognize a bit of a different hair color (more dark) in the post OP pics, is that still the natural hair color of the patient?

 

all the best

 

Carjoca

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Would like to see the FUE extraction zone on this one if you got it.

35K USD right there.  That's like 4 boob jobs and 7 nose jobs!   😆

It just seems unreal in terms of pricing!  4500 FUT would be 17.5K USD

This patient's ratio of 2 hair and 3-4 hair grafts to 1 hair grafts must be in the 3rd standard deviation of patients.  OR w/a 1st FUE one can really cherry pick higher graft follicular units whilst still keeping the spacing really spread out.

I am going to get scar revision via FUT w/H&W (1000K grafts) probably summertime w/Dr. Wong (had a consult w/their rep in Toronto Feb '19).

Regardless of my reluctance to finish my hair restoration career w/ the more expensive FUE - I'll probably end up going w/H&W for FUE as well.

Love their work - gotta' reach deep into the wallet though.  It's that damn Canadian markup!!!  Ha!  Us Americans don't even get the 30% exchange rate reduction.  $1 USD equals $1.30 CAD

 

Edited by jjsrader
adjusted for USD

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@jjsrader i bet you this dude has no issue with the money and it’s the best money he’s ever spent... you pay for what you get. H&W is top 3, if not the best for a reason...

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On 1/10/2020 at 11:26 PM, hairlossPA said:

@jjsrader i bet you this dude has no issue with the money and it’s the best money he’s ever spent... you pay for what you get. H&W is top 3, if not the best for a reason...

Yea I know.  I agree & plan on finishing my hair restoration with them as well.  I was just being dramatic w/my examples.

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Really fantastic and very clean work. May I ask how many days the whole process took?

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On 1/11/2020 at 1:53 AM, jjsrader said:

 

This patient's ratio of 2 hair and 3-4 hair grafts to 1 hair grafts must be in.... 

 

The numbers are actually given and the majority are 2s, which is pretty normal. Actually, thus numbers are on the lower side for FUE which makes sense for a hairline case. 

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Regardless then - top notch result for sure.  For such a small area - it's a one & done.

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Thanks everyone for the comments!

 

Carjoca,

That is still the natural hair color. Sometimes its hard to get the lighting conditions to exactly match.

 

Jjsrader:

 

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Nightcrawler,

The procedure took 2 days, back to back.

 

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I am a salaried employee of Hasson and Wong since 2001. Opinions expressed are my own.

 

Hassonandwong.com

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In case anyone is interested, this is immediately post-op from the 2,500 graft session completed on day 1.  Remaining 2,000 grafts completed on day 2. 

 

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I am a salaried employee of Hasson and Wong since 2001. Opinions expressed are my own.

 

Hassonandwong.com

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