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4229 FUT 0 - 10 Months Post Op.

sl

sl

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Here we have a strip case of 4229 with Dr.Bisanga. Patient wished to redesign hairline and to move back through the frontal area where he had miniaturisation.

Pics at 10 months

Very fine hair

Average Density: 90

Hairs per graft ratio:-

1s: 908

2s: 1127

3s: 971

4s: 1223

Pre-op design







Immediately Post Surgery





10 Months Post-Op Results

Photos taken in natural light and wearing hair gel.








 
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Bigmac

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Great looking result Stephen.

His hairline is very natural.The density looks excellent too.

Can i ask,in picture three it appears his crown is very thin but the after pictures look like he has a full head of hair.Will he be addressing the crown or has the patient had a good response to meds.

He also got a lot of four hair grafts,lucky so and so.

Thanks bm.
 
sl

sl

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Hi BM.

In the photo post op, the patient has wet hair due to the saline spray being applied and you can see through to the crown area. The patient has been on medication for some time and that could have brought an improvement in the crown, and it certainly looks that way. I would guess he is still slightly thin in the crown but he hasn't voiced this as any concern and I think we wouldn't advise surgery if he has stabilised there.




 
Nervousnelly

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Wow. Great looking result. Doesn't even look like this style would have been possible yet it obviously looks awesome. Very nice.

NN
 
janna

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The result looks terrific and I always appreciate the surgery details. I have never ever come across a case yet where a patient has more 4 hair grafts than 2's and 3's...see what happens when clinics post more info on their surgeries, I learn something new. Lucky patient! Thanks for sharing.