Looks great so far, I will certainly consider Dr Lupanzula for my 2nd surgery. I have a consultation with him in October at my 12 month post op point.
Hey, correct. Just past 5 months. I will try to add some pics soon.Any updates Ahmeda87?
Interested to see how your progress is going as I guess your at around month 5 now?
I've just had my procedure with Dr Lupanzula myself and am heading home today.
I will create my own thread once I am home but I must say my experience at the clinic was none other than superb.
I'm really hoping for a good result!
It still hasn't sunken in that I have actually taken the plunge!
Really happy so far but worried about density as someone said on another form I need another HT......Thanks for the update Ahmeda87.
There is a significant aesthetic improvement since your last post and this will continue to improve over the coming months with your full result coming in at 12-15 months.
I'm sure you are really pleased so far and I look forward to seeing your updates over the coming months.
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Hey Joe,I think that if someone else tells you that you "need another hair transplant" they're either trolling you or are working for a competitor ( or just a fanboy of one). The part down the middle is a good gauge of the progress but it is also a good way to show how transplants do not restore native density. You only had 2663 grafts and they were placed into the entire anterior mid-scalp and frontal third including the hairline. I've seen cases where more than this was placed into the hairline alone so considering where you started, and the relatively small number of grafts you received, you have an fantastic result.
And for that matter, I don't think your hairline should be "fixed" with more grafts as there is nothing broken in the first place. It is the logical outcome for the procedure which you have had performed. In my opinion, you should stop while you're ahead and enjoy the outcome and result you've achieved. It has completely changed your appearance and you have a hairline that most would be happy with. Your donor wasn't the strongest to begin with so save what you have left for further work should you ever need it. Enjoy your hair and move on.