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Abhinay Singh

NW 6/7 Caucasian Hair Transplantation at Eugenix by Drs Bansal/Sethi // 4 months Update

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The index patient was a 45 year old caucasian who suffered from a high grade of baldness: Grade VII-VII. He had very few hopes of getting his scalp covered completely. He had been discouraged by many clinics against transplantation as they felt that his donor was not sufficient. He came to us already expecting a half scalp coverage when he wanted to get the consult done. However, with our beard donor expertise, we were able to give him a complete scalp coverage. 
He has been buzzing his hair short for the following three months and then allowed the hair to grow for the next one month. The results depicted are of 4 months. 
He, however, has 8 more months left for his complete density to shine bright on his scalp.

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Abhinay Singh  -  Representative for Eugenix Hair Sciences
Email : info@eugenix.in    WhatsApp Call/Message: +91 79-779-15534          My Hair Transplant Journey 
I am not a medical professional. All opinions are my own and my advice should not constitute as medical advice.

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Wow our very own @Zoomster looking great man 👏🏼


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Cheers Melvin.... 

Looking forward to the next few months for hopefully more much needed density... 

When I stepped into the garden to do the outside part it brought it home to me how different light can really effect in a positive and negative way how the transplant looks... I ran back into the house to finish clip after seeing how much scalp on view... 😊

 

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2 hours ago, Zoomster said:

Cheers Melvin.... 

Looking forward to the next few months for hopefully more much needed density... 

When I stepped into the garden to do the outside part it brought it home to me how different light can really effect in a positive and negative way how the transplant looks... I ran back into the house to finish clip after seeing how much scalp on view... 😊

 

Yes, 

lighting can definitely affect the appearance, but at 4 months the growth is truly amazing. 


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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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Looks great for only four months. There's already a dramatic change in your appearance and I can't imagine you won't be happy with the final result.

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I second everything everyone’s said so far.

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