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Dr. Rahal 2751 Grafts

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We had the pleasure of meeting this gentleman back in March 2007 for his procedure.

He was interested in restoring his frontal hairline along with working into his temporal regions. We also added grafts behind his hairline to strengthen.
We were successful in harvesting 2751 grafts.

His Graft Breakdown:
1's - 409
2's -1555
3's - 787



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IMMEDIATELY AFTER SURGERY



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2 YEARS POST OP








 
NotGoing2GoBald

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That looks absolutely exquisite. With such a low/robust hair line I would never think this guy had suffered ANY hair loss now, and it's extremely dense. That's one persian rug of a head of hair!

How would you rate the caliber of his donor? It must be on the extreme end of thick/coarse. Age, meds?

Stellar work, would love to see more! Z:B
 
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Very nice looking work,the density matches the rest of his hair perfect.

He must be thrilled with the outcome.

Thanks bm.
 
Nervousnelly

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This is an example of some excellent work. The patient looks great. I have always thought that Dr. Rahal is one of the best choices when a person needs a dense hairline to match native hair. Thanks for posting.

NN
 
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Is there any way to get the total sq/cm of the transplanted area?

It is tough to judge, but it looks like 50-60 sq cm?

I want to make a point about hair characteristics and how "density" is subjective when dealing with individual hair characteristics.

This is a great result BTW---and very difficult to maintain naturalness with the coarseness of the hair.

Thanks for sharing!
Jason
 
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jm1973 wrote:
How does frontal density compare to crown density? Is it typical to use more hairs in the front than the crown?Do most patients opt for a modest coverage in the crown opposed to a dense pack?
Hi jm1973,

It is easier to re-create the illusion of density in the mid scalp and hairline than the crown. The main reason for this is, the crown is rounded and the hairs exit the scalp at different angles whereas the hairline is flat. Which means you get more of a layering effect in the mid scalp and hairline.

How many grafts one places in the crown depends on their individual situation. I had no loss in the front so all of my grafts were put in the crown. If you have loss in both areas then it is personal choice whether to go dense in the front and a sprinkling in the crown or to go for even coverage over the whole area.

Hope this helps, do you have any pics of your situation?