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3300 Grafts FUE 12 Months Result (Is Repair or Touch UP Needed on frontal Hairline Confused Need Help and Guidance)


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Did 3330 FUE Hair transplant but not satisfied with frontal hairline and in some pictures, due to different light settings bumps are seen, I think its due to thick doubles on frontal hairline zone and the way in which grafts were placed in a straight line (4-6 layers visible) and not random pattern, would like to know if this can be fixed ( grafts re-arranged in random pattern + thin singles on frontal hairline)

some doubts 

1. Are the small bumps due to thick grafts or wrong direction, do usually people get this from the surgical needle used to create slits in recipient area.

2. Should I wait some more months to see if hair diameter or volume thickens, or the small bumps go away ??

3. If Repair needed then punching out thick ones and replacing then with thin ones will that solve the issue ? or in addition to that a new hairline zone of 0.5 cm should be created with very thin singles (My distance of hairline center to glabella is 7 cm and i have a huge forehead as well). also temples are not required i guess in my case correct ??.

4. Are my hair angles looking good ??.

5. Left fronto-temporal angle looks ok, but right little one is blunted is that ok ?.

6. How much more scarring will be there in case of repair as my skin is scar sensitive, have keloids in some places but never had in face or head.

7. Can this be fixed properly as I may have a single attempt now. Also would like to suggest if repair or touch up needed which clinic in India will help me out properly.

Do let me know your thoughts, advice & guidance which would help me a lot..

 

Have attached before surgery, during surgery and after 12 months pics as well..

 

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Where do you live? Who did this surgery?

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47 minutes ago, Melvin- Moderator said:

Where do you live? Who did this surgery?

I am from India, Bombay, the surgery was done by a family doctor dermatologist who used to treat my other skin problems

 

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55 minutes ago, WoundedWolf said:

my family doctor dermatologist who used to treat my other skin problems

You need to get this fixed asap. Check out the Alpha on YouTube he had a very similar result 

 

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Well, I think you're right not to be satisfied. It's too bad you didn't find this forum sooner because Eugenix in India has some 10/10 results. Your hairline seems a bit too straight and pluggy.

That said I think it can definitely be fixed. I don't know if anyone at Eugenix is known for repair work but I'm sure someone there would be able to get you all fixed up. 

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9 hours ago, Melvin- Moderator said:

You need to get this fixed asap. Check out the Alpha on YouTube he had a very similar result 

 

Thanks a lot melvin will book an appointment with eugenix, which center will be good bombay or gurgaon also surgeons arika and pradeep correct ??

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9 hours ago, GoliGoliGoli said:

Well, I think you're right not to be satisfied. It's too bad you didn't find this forum sooner because Eugenix in India has some 10/10 results. Your hairline seems a bit too straight and pluggy.

That said I think it can definitely be fixed. I don't know if anyone at Eugenix is known for repair work but I'm sure someone there would be able to get you all fixed up. 

Thanks a lot will consult with them soon and update here as well..

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thankfully it seems most of the grafts survived, meaning the doctor is actually quite ok at extracting.

a touch up repair would be good for you, since one of the most noticeable problem is the pluggy / lined up front and people can see that they are lined up in a horizontal line.

some grafts in front of the line with natural irregularities would fix that, along with some insert on the middle to break up those lines.

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9 minutes ago, mafpe said:

thankfully it seems most of the grafts survived, meaning the doctor is actually quite ok at extracting.

a touch up repair would be good for you, since one of the most noticeable problem is the pluggy / lined up front and people can see that they are lined up in a horizontal line.

some grafts in front of the line with natural irregularities would fix that, along with some insert on the middle to break up those lines.

Thanks a lot buddy for your feedback, will update here after fixing it 

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Hello, may I know in which doctor, and where you had your hair transplant done. I've heard of some creams, and shampoos, for wounds. If you research them, you can find more precise information. That way, you can get rid of the wounds faster.

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