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 Posted: Tue Dec 18th, 2012 08:14 pm
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Hey everyone ,i have just finished a HT procedure with HDC.

In total i had 2,300 grafts via FUE over 2 days .

My whole experience was amazing with HDC,i got picked up at the airport and taken to an apartment,which is just across the road from the clinic.The bakery and supermarket are also just a short walk away.The following day I met Alex at the clinic for day 1 of my procedure.Let me tell you I was really nervous, but Alex and rest of the team made me feel very comfortable and calm.

Both days went perfect,and the work was first class by Dr Kyriacos Maras and the team.I decided to stay for 1 week after, which i feel is enough time for healing.I was told to visit the clinic everyday after for check ups ,shampoo's and cream for the donor area.The after care was just perfect!

I'm almost 29 years old and currently taking propecia 1mg and apply rogain foam daily

Here are some picture's

This is my hair post op

As you can see I can hide my recession very well growing out the temple points :


crown:


Hairline pulled right back:


Straight after surgery :


Day 4 all scabs gone

Right temple:

Left temple:

overhead pulled back:


I experienced a lot of swelling after,l looked like I had 12 rounds with Mike Tyson LOL,However It started to calm down day 4 :




I look forward to keeping you updated each month with progress.Merry Xmas :)

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You ready to take 2 weeks off from the gym mate? :)

Looks like good refined work on the hair!

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Sparky wrote:


Looks like good refined work on the hair!




Welcome to the forum dude......i agree with sparky the work looks very clean and should produce a very nice hairline.

Looking forward to following your updates.

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That looks like some great work done there, hopefully by summer 2013 you will have the final results that you wish for.

Out of curiousity, was it through personal choice that you opted to keep your recipient area non shaved?

And also, im assuming you are from the UK. What made you choose HDC Clinic, Cyprus?

My hairloss in the frontal third is slightly worse than yours and every clinic i contact online require that i am fully shaven in the recipient area. However im hoping that they may change their mind when i visit in person and understand fully my goals and expectations.

Happy healing and growing!



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It looks like most of the recipient area was empty of hair.

Anyway, it looks clean and the hairline should really suit your face once it's grown in.



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 Posted: Wed Dec 19th, 2012 09:58 pm
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Hi

Welcome to the forum, thats a nice amount of grafts for the area you have covered and should produce a very nice result , work looks very nice as expected from Dr Maras and the team , looking forward to your updates heal and grow well

Cheers

D

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 Posted: Wed Dec 19th, 2012 11:15 pm
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At the first picture I though for a moment that hairlossexperiences had been infested by spam in the form of gay porn.

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Work looks great, thanks for sharing with the forum.

Will look forward to following your progress.

Cheers Bm.



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 Posted: Thu Dec 20th, 2012 10:57 am
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@ Sparky


haha i know its killing me, but it will hopefully be so worth it in the end:)

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Yes, i wasn't keen on having it shaved as i have enough existing hair to brush forward and hide the work.

Many reasons i chose HDC, firstly and most importantly i've been extremely impressed with their results,i also travel to Cyprus often as i have family living
there.I had my first consultation with HDC 3 years ago and since then i've been researching it none stop.



Coopman wrote:
That looks like some great work done there, hopefully by summer 2013 you will have the final results that you wish for.

Out of curiousity, was it through personal choice that you opted to keep your recipient area non shaved?

And also, im assuming you are from the UK. What made you choose HDC Clinic, Cyprus?

My hairloss in the frontal third is slightly worse than yours and every clinic i contact online require that i am fully shaven in the recipient area. However im hoping that they may change their mind when i visit in person and understand fully my goals and expectations.

Happy healing and growing!

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Thanks Dazzster26 ! Its was actually your results that really made me go for it and have confidence in HDC .I'm really pleased for you!I hope it works out for me... now this waiting game is the hard part lol


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Welcome to the forum, thats a nice amount of grafts for the area you have covered and should produce a very nice result , work looks very nice as expected from Dr Maras and the team , looking forward to your updates heal and grow well

Cheers

D

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peapoddy wrote: Yes, i wasn't keen on having it shaved as i have enough existing hair to brush forward and hide the work.

Many reasons i chose HDC, firstly and most importantly i've been extremely impressed with their results,i also travel to Cyprus often as i have family living
there.I had my first consultation with HDC 3 years ago and since then i've been researching it none stop.



Coopman wrote:
That looks like some great work done there, hopefully by summer 2013 you will have the final results that you wish for.

Out of curiousity, was it through personal choice that you opted to keep your recipient area non shaved?

And also, im assuming you are from the UK. What made you choose HDC Clinic, Cyprus?

My hairloss in the frontal third is slightly worse than yours and every clinic i contact online require that i am fully shaven in the recipient area. However im hoping that they may change their mind when i visit in person and understand fully my goals and expectations.

Happy healing and growing!
It's good that you did your research, well done!

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Hi

I reckon when that grows out it will be awesome really looking forward to seeing the hairline from this session , keep positive always, I know what its like when you cant train but its only for a couple of weeks and you will be back into it,the bakery near by HDC is awesome lol

have agreat weekend

Take Care

D

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Sparky said "It's good that you did your research, well done!"


Too true, it's nice to read a post from someone who has actually spent some serious time researching, I commend you for that.



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Thanks Dazz,i'm confident this will turn out great and I've given myself the best chance possible going to HDC.

Yes the bakery is AMAZING,i must of put on a stone in weight during that whole week haha




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I reckon when that grows out it will be awesome really looking forward to seeing the hairline from this session , keep positive always, I know what its like when you cant train but its only for a couple of weeks and you will be back into it,the bakery near by HDC is awesome lol

have agreat weekend

Take Care

D

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Thanks, when i met with Alex over 3 years ago i was really depressed and venerable ,i would of done any surgery at the time to fix the problem.Not once did Alex push me to have a HT, in fact Alex advised me to start with treatments to stabalise and improve my existing hair.Since then i experienced fantastic thickening and maintenance.I always knew i wouldn't re grow any hair a long my temples so i continued to research everything about Hair transplants, fast forward 3 years and i'm in a much better situation, i have a good career ,i'm not depressed but my hair still bothers me so i thought why not?I have work on TV next year, so its even more important for me to improve and feel better about myself:)



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Sparky said "It's good that you did your research, well done!"


Too true, it's nice to read a post from someone who has actually spent some serious time researching, I commend you for that.

Last edited on Fri Dec 21st, 2012 12:21 pm by peapoddy

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Hi Peaboddy

Thanks or posting your case, look forward to the updates and glad things are going well for you.



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Hello Peobody,

It sounds like you have had a very positive experience at HDC and looking at your pictures i think you will be a happy person very soon.

Shiny

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A world class body getting a world class hair transplant!

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welcome to the forums, heal well and good growth to you

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