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Dr. Turan - FUECAPILAR Clinic, NW III + diffuse thinning in the mid scalp and upper vertex, 3648 grafts

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Hi Everyone,

we would like to present below a case of a patient with hair loss at stage Norwood III with diffuse thinning in the mid scalp and crown. You can find below the details of the surgery.

Patient Details

Level of Alopecia: NW III + diffuse thinning in the mid scalp and crown.

Surgical Plan: Hairline reconstruction, density increase in the frontal and fronto-temporal area. Due to the age of the patient (30 years old), Finasteride and minoxidil treatment was recommended to stabilise his hair loss and improve miniaturised hair. Patient had to discontinue minoxidil after 4 months of usage. Finasteride treatment is still in use.

Hair Thickness: 46-48 microns 

Hair Type: caucasian patient, brown hair, thin hair 

Number of Grafts Implanted: 3648

0.8mm motorised punch was used for the extraction.

Graft Breakdown

1s: 554

2s: 1978

3s: 918

4s and 5s: 198

Overall hair/graft ratio: 2,21


















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Jose Navarrete
email: myhair@fuecapilar.com
Tlf/whatsapp: +90 542 250 0909

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Looks really good 👍🏼 

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Wow, very nice!  Congrats!

I am an online representative for Carolina Hair Surgery & Dr. Mike Vories (Recommended on the Hair Transplant Network).

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