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Case performed by Dr. Feriduni – 6067 FU in 2 procedures

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FUE’s performed on a 49-year old Caucasian male with
• NW III - IV Vertex
• Donor density of 88 FU/cmÇ occipital, 88 FU/cmÇ parietal, 80 FU/cmÇ temporal
• Hair diameter of ~50-58 microns

Treatment plan
1st Follicular Unit Extraction to attain an aesthetic reconstruction of the hairline.
2nd Follicular Unit Extraction recently performed to rethicken the crown area.

 

Performed procedures

1st FUE (January 14, 2019) - hairline
Follicular Unit Extraction with 3420 FU:
* 518 single hair FU
* 1855 double hair FU
* 1047 triple hair FU
HGI: 2,15

Parallel incisions in custom-sized blades technique (Cutting Edge blades of 0.7-0.9mm).
Extraction performed with a 0.85 mm FUE punch with CIT Manual Punch Handle.

 

2nd FUE (January 7, 2020) - crown area
Follicular Unit Extraction with 2647 FU:
* 181 single hair FU
* 1280 double hair FU
* 1060 triple hair FU
HGI: 2,35

Parallel incisions in custom-sized blades technique (Cutting Edge blades of 0.7-0.9 mm).
Extraction performed by WAW-system with a 0.90 mm serrated trumpet punch.

No microscopic preparation of the follicular unit grafts.

* Follow-up 2nd FUE online soon *

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L0ke - Representative for Dr. Feriduni

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Just wondering why the bottom section of the patients crown was not restored/reinforced? There seems to be an apparent gap 

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I share LonelyGraft’s curiosity about the crown? Was this due to the graft limit? Was the patient advised to wait for more recession in the crown?

Excellent work on the frontal section. Very natural. The height of the hairline is nice but the slight widows peak really frames his face well!

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@LonelyGraft if you look at his pre-shave pictures, that section still has some good coverage. I don't think they need to cover that area yet. Also, as the hair is grown out, it will fall downward and cover that area anyway.


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Donor preservation is always our first goal. 
The upper part (zone 4 and 5) is placed in high density, the lower part is filled in with low/medium density.
This in order to create a natural degree of density.
Hair loss occurs downwards and indeed, @Melvin-Moderator as the hair is grown out, it will cover that area.
We have also discussed a potential rethickening surgery with our patient after 1 year, when necessary.

Attached an example of similar case.

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L0ke - Representative for Dr. Feriduni

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Great presentation @L0ke thank you

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Nice job.  Crown work is always so difficult to cover.  I'm sure your patient is quite pleased.

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