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Hair Transplantation: 3505 grafts, Grade 6 @Eugenix Hair Sciences by Drs Sethi & Bansal

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The index patient was 36 years old and was Grade VI on the Norwood Hamilton Scale of baldness. We gave him 3505 grafts for the coverage of his FRONTAL ZONE with adequate density out of which 500 grafts were taken from the beard. His crown will be transplanted later when he is ready for it. For the crown and the mid-scalp, we prescribed him medications such as Finasteride and multivitamins His long hair hides most of the balding in the crown completely. At 4 months, he saw a complete look change. Within 8 months, there was even more density on his scalp. By the 10th month, as shown in the video, he got absolute density and his hair looks absolutely amazing.

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Another awesome results guys ! Perfect hairline for this gentleman ! 

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Another Norwood 6 knocked out of the park! And with only three and half thousand grafts! Eugenix certainly knows the art of doing more with less. Thanks for sharing Abhinay!

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Wow, these results are mindblowing, @Abhinay Singh. Thanks for sharing this. Just wondering if the patient had his hair trimmed on the crown area as I can see some small hair around crown area, or is that the natural hairgrowth he has there. 

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22 hours ago, skallig said:

Wow, these results are mindblowing, @Abhinay Singh. Thanks for sharing this. Just wondering if the patient had his hair trimmed on the crown area as I can see some small hair around crown area, or is that the natural hairgrowth he has there. 

The crown is yet to be done in the second sitting. He has kept long hair in the front and therefore, his crown is less visible. He has pre-existing hair in his crown and maybe that's what you have observed.

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