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Magical transformation in 1 Year, 3505 Grafts by Drs Sethi & Bansal At Eugenix Hair Sciences


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Wow, especially those pics where he's looking forward with the brand new hairline combed back, impressively natural where the skin meets the hair. Alot of times you see a doc make that a bit too symmetrical.

And the only area on the front I would still address is that left side temple closure. The right side is awesome, but on the left side you can see the recession on the side temple goes back a bit too far before it meets up with the hairline along the top. I would be itching to get that top corner angle filled in a little so that it closes up perfectly like the right side.

 

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10 hours ago, deitel130 said:

This is an amazing transformation. You guys have some excellent results. Do you find that Indian men have thicker hair and greater density compared to caucasian hair? The pics seem like Indian hair is thicker allowing for much greater coverage with fewer grafts. 

Amazing results indeed. I personally find South Asian men to have thicker, wavier hair which is great for hair transplants. 

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12 hours ago, deitel130 said:

This is an amazing transformation. You guys have some excellent results. Do you find that Indian men have thicker hair and greater density compared to caucasian hair? The pics seem like Indian hair is thicker allowing for much greater coverage with fewer grafts. 

Hello Sir,

Please refer the study done by Dr Pradeep 

 

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59 minutes ago, Gatsby said:

Abhinay I saw this video on YouTube. Yes it really is a fantastic result and highlights how the economical use of grafts can give the illusion of great coverage and density. Fantastic result!

Right Sir.  That is why planning and designing plays an important role in HT surgery. Providing maximum coverage and density in least possible grafts should be the objective of any clinic.

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On 10/18/2020 at 10:40 AM, jjsrader said:

He was shaving his hair down on the sides and wearing a hairpiece.  He had LESS loss than what the 'before' visual suggests.  Still - very good results on a guy w/hair the thickness of a horse (basically).

 

Thank you for your appreciation. Yes patient had some miniaturization on the scalp and we have not only reconstruct the frontal part but also increase the density on midscalp. 

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