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 Posted: Wed Jul 19th, 2017 11:02 am
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Gatsu
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Hi Everyone!
I just came back from my surgery with Dr.Lupanzula and his crew.
I have done two hair transplantats with Dr.Keser in the past, one just a year ago. 
The goal with this third and hopefully last transplant was to add temple points and fill in the mid-scalp that have been thinning out over the last 6 years not using meds, made evident too me when shaving for my last hair transplantat, and of course my sensitive barber also pointed it out . Im now on medication(fin) since a year back and actually going to try topical finasteride 1% that Lupanzula gave to me, hoping for less side effects. 

My total graft count as of now is 6543 FUE grafts. Lupanzula told me my donor was extraordinary thick leaving me with additional 2-3k grafts in the bank for future transplant if needed. 

I have only good things to say about Dr Lupanzula and his crew. Very professional, kind and effective. Dr Lupanzula does all the extraction and incisions by himself leaving the placing of the grafts to his technicians. They are very helpful, welcoming and responding and im very happy with the work. looks really clean and im hopping for great results. 
The graft counts:932 singles933 doubles965 triples152 quardruple5 quintpule

Going to keep you guys updated in the process. feel free to ask me any questions!

My pictures are in the following post.

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Hi Gatsu.
Welcome to the forum. Sounds like you had a good experience with Dr Lupanzula. You can upload pictures to your gallery or email them to hairlossexperiences@googlemail.com and we will add them to your post.
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 Posted: Fri Jul 21st, 2017 01:26 am
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Welcome to the forum dude;). You chose a super doctor and iv'e only seen and heard good things from his clinic.
I look forward to following your progress as things happen and can't wait to see the pictures. If your still not sure how to upload pictures using the Gallery on here then i would definitely email Bigmac the pictures using the email he provided as he's always happy to help.
Warm wishes BN.



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Here are my pictures.






























































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Your hair looks great in pic before your last surgery,temple points will be the finishing touch,what was your hairloss like before any surgery.Good luck on latest surgery.

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This should make a nice improvement and hopefully be your last HT. Looking forward to following your progress.



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WoW looking forward to seeing the results of this work congratulations 

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Hi Gatsu, looking at your pre-op pictures I'm impressed by two observations, which are relevant to your previous transplant(s) 
- Very high density and yield in the recipient zone... you must really be satisfied about this!
- (I hope that this does not annoy you) Very noticeable FUE scars. I was under the impression that the FUE scarring obtained with current techniques was virtually unnoticeable. 


So I have two questions about FUE scarring. 
- (For you.) At what hair length does the scarring become invisible?
- (This is for everyone.) Am I wrong in thinking that these FUE scars are unusually noticeable? 
I myself have undergone a FUE transplant and I am planning to shave my hair just before the next vacations I'll take from work, to have a look at the state of my donor zone. I'll have a few days after that so that I can hide in case the scars are visible...


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How's it looking now Gatsu?



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