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Dr Mani 1850 Grafts (UK)

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swats09

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Hi everyone, i am posting my results / progress of my hair transplant. I haven't seen any posts from this doctor, so thought i'd share my results.

Transplant date April 2021

This was my hairline before surgery, after a good 6 months lockdown growth. I have quite a bit of hair but wanted my hairline filling in and coming down a bit.

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Straight after 1850 grafts.

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Next day

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Donor after 4 days

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10 days post op, scabs coming off
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Donor post and 3 weeks

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Front hairline after 3 weeks, shedding starts now

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2 month post op, shedding, however i kept a bit of my hairs.
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Donor at 2 month, fully healed i think
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3 months, and growth has started

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3 month photo with fibres added
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Some shots at just after 3 months with fibres and low light... really shaped now at such an early stage
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Any questions let me know!

Cheers
 
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bullitnut

bullitnut

4 awesome repairs with SMG
Which clinic does Dr Mani work at I've never heard of him or if I have I've forgotten sorry. The hairline looks sensible and not to drastic which I always prefer as it will help in the future if things progress. You look in good shape for just 3 months dude.
 
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swats09

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Which clinic does Dr Mani work at I've never heard of him or if I have I've forgotten sorry. The hairline looks sensible and not to drastic which I always prefer as it will help in the future if things progress. You look in good shape for just 3 months dude.
Hello, thank you i appreciate knowing that. The hairline was conservative on his suggestion. I had wanted it lower but i am glad i listened and got a denser one but with a more natural appearance. Like you said , i can always get another one and see how this progresses.

He is freelance across a few i believe. I went through Hair Loss Centre.

To be honest i didn't do as much research as i should have done. I am very fortunate that he was the doctor i contacted, because i can see how easy it is to fall for some marketing when you dont know too much about hair transplants.
 
Bigmac

Bigmac

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Staff member
Hi Swat09. Welcome to the forum and thanks for sharing your experience.
The placement and design looks good. You healed well, your donor at 3 months looks good. There’s one thinner part just below your crown that has plenty of time to improve.
Using the fibers is showing what your result should look like in 12 months.
I`ll look forward to your next update.
All the best.
Bm.
 
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swats09

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Hi Swat09. Welcome to the forum and thanks for sharing your experience.
The placement and design looks good. You healed well, your donor at 3 months looks good. There’s one thinner part just below your crown that has plenty of time to improve.
Using the fibers is showing what your result should look like in 12 months.
I`ll look forward to your next update.
All the best.
Bm.

Thanks bigmac,

It's coming along nicely. The fibres really help me enjoy it during this stage!
 
Bigmac

Bigmac

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Staff member
Yes, the fibres can work well and help you through the ugly duckling stage.
 
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swats09

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Around 4 months in now! Really starting to take shape... pictures are with and without fibres. Only used a small amount to fill in sides.

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And without fibres and closeup with harsh lighting

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Bigmac

Bigmac

Administrator
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Growth is growing in nice at 4 months. The fibres really help thicken your hair up. Hopefully, in a few more months you won’t need them.
 
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swats09

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6 month mark!

Slight improvement over 5 months i think. I had my shortest haircut yet with a 3 buzz on the sides and back, and a trim on the top.

I had a wedding at the weekend, with lots of compliments on my hair but no body assumed i've had a hair transplant. I did mention it to some people.

One side is definitely stronger than the other, you can see on the close up front photo that it still lacks a lot of density... I'm hoping this will fill in over the next 6 months.

The two suited photos are with fibres in and good distance, really showing how good it looks now though! I'm very happy

Cheers

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Bigmac

Bigmac

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Staff member
The hairline is filling in, you had nothing in the temples pre op. It often happens that one side grows in faster than the other, it should even out in the next few months. It must have felt good having people compliment you on your hair and fibres can work great when you get the hang of using them.
Thanks for the update.
 
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