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PANINE, MD | Chicago Hair Transplant Clinic - 5,076 Graft FUE | 2 Procedures | 10 Months Post-Op


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This gentleman was in his mid-50’s and had a hair loss pattern similar to a class 5v on the Hamilton Norwood hair loss scale.  His goal was to get as much coverage as possible. With his degree of hair loss, I let him know it would take 2 procedures.

Taking his age and degree of hair loss into consideration, we discussed his options and developed a surgical plan that would work well with his expectations. I paid careful attention to his hairline as I wanted to reconstruct a hairline that would be suitable for him as he continued to age and allow me to still give him some coverage in the crown. I used a significant amount of single hair follicular units which allowed me to create a very natural hairline. This action will allow him to comb his hair without anyone detecting that he has had anything done.

The patient has had 2 FUE procedures and for a total of 5,076 grafts. These are his results, 10 months, post-op after second procedure. He is very happy with his results.

 

 

 

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Wow amazing results 🙌🏼

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Great presentation and work! Thanks for sharing. 

1st Procedure, Oct. 2012 - 1,704 grafts FUT w/Dr. True

2nd Procedure, Sept. 2015 - 2500 grafts FUE w/Dr. Vories

 

FUE Progress - http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/180966-my-experience-w-dr-vories-2-500-grafts.html

FUE 1 year result - http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/184716-1-year-results-2-500-grafts-w-dr-vories.html

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which FUE punch size did you use? please show the donor FUE marks. he may be require one more session for crown area, do more grafts can be taken to cover crown region? 

 patient is using any propecia? 

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Dr. Khokhar, Melvin, Hairlosscpa, stephcurry30, SLA thank you for the nice comments. Aamir and 5Betareductace I use the Harris S.A.F.E. machine to extract the grafts. I usually use anywhere from a .7-.9 punch size depending on the type of hair the patient has in his donor area. I used a .9 punch with this patient and he would be able to go down to a #1 guard if he ever chose too. He is not presently taking Propecia.

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On 6/2/2021 at 8:02 AM, Dr. Vladimir Panine said:

Dr. Khokhar, Melvin, Hairlosscpa, stephcurry30, SLA thank you for the nice comments. Aamir and 5Betareductace I use the Harris S.A.F.E. machine to extract the grafts. I usually use anywhere from a .7-.9 punch size depending on the type of hair the patient has in his donor area. I used a .9 punch with this patient and he would be able to go down to a #1 guard if he ever chose too. He is not presently taking Propecia.

Thanks doctor. What is your wall punch thickness?

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