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Dr Demirsoy - June 2014 - FUE 2701 Grafts - 6 years later

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Hey guys, got surgery in June 2014 with Demirsoy in Istanbul. I'm sorry for not posting sooner.

First set are pics of surgery day, highlighting my problem and then post-surgery

 

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Second set are about the pics of some years later.

 

As you can see, slight thinning happening.

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17 hours ago, Irry88 said:

Second set are about the pics of some years later.

 

As you can see, slight thinning happening.

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The work and results look good...I do see your concerns of the thining...do you use a lot of hair product, as that will always make HT hair look thinner...or could that be due to your HT hairs going through more shed/growth cycles?

 

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2 hours ago, CosmoKramer said:

The work and results look good...I do see your concerns of the thining...do you use a lot of hair product, as that will always make HT hair look thinner...or could that be due to your HT hairs going through more shed/growth cycles?

 

I don’t use a ton but yea maybe they go through their own cycles or that the doc took hairs from an unsafe region in my donor. I don’t really know but I just went again and beefed it up with Dr Bloxham FUT yesterday. 
 

hopefully now my hair will be solid

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1 hour ago, Irry88 said:

I don’t use a ton but yea maybe they go through their own cycles or that the doc took hairs from an unsafe region in my donor. I don’t really know but I just went again and beefed it up with Dr Bloxham FUT yesterday. 
 

hopefully now my hair will be solid

Ive always wondered if even in the “safe-zone” that there could be a small percentage of hairs that aren’t resistant to DHT...I’m sure it’s difficult to know for sure.

Yeah, I saw your other post, looking forward to seeing your progress, as I’ve seen many of the Docs YouTube videos but always better to get a patient’s experience.

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20 minutes ago, CosmoKramer said:

Ive always wondered if even in the “safe-zone” that there could be a small percentage of hairs that aren’t resistant to DHT...I’m sure it’s difficult to know for sure.

Yeah, I saw your other post, looking forward to seeing your progress, as I’ve seen many of the Docs YouTube videos but always better to get a patient’s experience.

The "safe zone" is really only a theory, but the key here is that those hairs are DHT resistant and not DHT immune. Even with transplanted hair preventative medication and non-surgical treatment still has a place.

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52 minutes ago, Mycroft said:

The "safe zone" is really only a theory, but the key here is that those hairs are DHT resistant and not DHT immune. Even with transplanted hair preventative medication and non-surgical treatment still has a place.

Yeah, agree, makes sense.

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Damn that looks good I have to admit. And the best thing is that you haven't lost anymore hair behind the hairline or in the crown. Fantastic outcome!!

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