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Dr Rogers

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Dr Rogers

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This is a 10 month review photo of a strip hair transplant for a 50 year old man with fairly stable hair loss, no medication.

He had 1892 grafts

788 single hair

801 two hair

303 three hair FUs


pre op
 

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bullitnut

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4 awesome repairs with SMG
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Looks good dr, nice breakdown of grafts and decent coverage for that amount, thanks for posting
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Shang

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I concur seems like an excellent use of grafts, i can't say i'm familiar with Dr Rogers work, does the dr perform Strip or FUE or both.

Shang
 
Bigmac

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Hi Dr Rogers.

Thanks for posting this example.

His coverage is filling in nicely at 10 months.

Do you have any imm post op pictures to show the placement and maybe a picture of his donor closure.

Thanks bm.
 
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I haven't got immediate post op pics for this patient but am now getting into the habit for every patient. Hopefully, he should be back next month for a second procedure to his front/temples, at which point I'll shave his donor to see how good it is but on casual inspection with this length hair, I was struggling to see it even combing it through.
 
timuk

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Hi Dr Rogers..

Great to see you posting on this new forum. The photos look good..

Looking forward to seeing more of your work.

Cheers
Tim
 
Nervousnelly

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So far so good. Much improved with this many grafts. Not familiar with your work doc. Could you give a quick summary of location, type of work, etc. --maybe a link to website if Bigmac allows. Thanks for posting.

NN
 
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Hi NN,
We have two clinics, one in Harley Street, London and the other in Stratford on Avon, Midlands. From time to time, I also do consultations in Manchester and Edinburgh.
I've been peforming hair transplants since 1996, which means I started with 250 micrograft sessions, evolving to the maximum 3000 graft follicular sessions we do now.
In 2003, I introduced FUE into the clinic and also trichophytic closure.
FUE I've found is best for 10% of our patients but the other 90% are best advised to have strip.
Trichophytic closure has definitely been the "icing on the cake" in terms of scar refinement. I do believe in keeping the strips long and narrow and best closed in two layers, so our scars are pretty good and usually have success in scar repair.
I tend to be conservative - although we have increased our numbers to an average of 2000 grafts and densities to a maximum of 55 FU/sqcm - numbers are not the only criteria for a successful hair transplant.
In addition, it's always a good idea to keep something left in the "hair bank."
If Bigmac allows it, the site is www.westminsterclinic.co.uk
 
bullitnut

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thanks doc for posting the result and taking the time to answer questions, keep em coming dude as its cool to have you onboard:)