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1495 FUE hair transplant 0-8 BHR Clinic, Dr Bisanga


#1

BHR Clinic, Dr C. Bisanga
1495 Grafts
Technique FUE
0-8 months progression

Here we have 1495 FUE placed in the hair line and slight temple closure; the collage is from pre op, post op, three months, six months and eight months comparison and with wet hair.

PRE OPERATION DESIGN

POST OPERATION PLACEMENT

THREE MONTHS POST OP

SIX MONTHS POST OP

BEFORE & EIGHT MONTHS COMPARISONS

AND EIGHT MONTHS WET HAIR PICTURES


#2

Isn’t it high risk to operate on someone with this little hair loss? I am surprised he didn’t have shock loss.


#3

» Isn’t it high risk to operate on someone with this little hair loss? I am
» surprised he didn’t have shock loss.

How old is this guy ?


#4

I think this guy had HT too early.
He will continue loosing hair and will have a weird appearance.

Hope I am wrong.


#5

Roughly how many grafts per sq cm is this?


#6

» I think this guy had HT too early.
» He will continue loosing hair and will have a weird appearance.
»
» Hope I am wrong.

So you should be a nw 4 or 5 before having a surgery? Very nice result btw… Natural hairline!!


#7

» » I think this guy had HT too early.
» » He will continue loosing hair and will have a weird appearance.
» »
» » Hope I am wrong.
»
» So you should be a nw 4 or 5 before having a surgery? Very nice result
» btw… Natural hairline!!

I am not going to wait, I am obsessing about my hair every day, it’s no sense spending another 10 years of my life like this beacuse I am worried I will lose more hair after the surgery.


#8

» » » I think this guy had HT too early.
» » » He will continue loosing hair and will have a weird appearance.
» » »
» » » Hope I am wrong.
» »
» » So you should be a nw 4 or 5 before having a surgery? Very nice result
» » btw… Natural hairline!!
»
» I am not going to wait, I am obsessing about my hair every day, it’s no
» sense spending another 10 years of my life like this beacuse I am worried
» I will lose more hair after the surgery.

The patient is late 20’s and very aware that hair loss is progressive, hence non closure of the temple points and a reasonably mature distance between eyebrow and hair line. He was not looking to particularly lower his hair line but to increase the density and definition of his hair line. I will pull his file for his exact donor density but to say it was above average at least and if/when future hair loss progresses he is in a good position to still reach good coverage and density, even if he still only wished to use FUE as a technique.

Fastforward, again I will pull his file but generally Dr B would place approx 60-70 in the immediate front hair line of “feathered” single hair follicular units and then a little less behind due to more hairs per unit.


#9

Okay, I hate to be an ass again but this is the same as the one posted by Feller. This guy has very little hair loss. Most doctors can fill in the hairline and temples for him no problem. I am sure he has tons of donor to spare too, granted he looks fantastic but this is hardly challenging at all. You have to be really incompetent to mess this up.


#10

» Okay, I hate to be an ass again but this is the same as the one posted by
» Feller. This guy has very little hair loss. Most doctors can fill in the
» hairline and temples for him no problem. I am sure he has tons of donor to
» spare too, granted he looks fantastic but this is hardly challenging at
» all. You have to be really incompetent to mess this up.

Hi readyfreddy,

You are not wrong in some points, and thanks for the positive comments. Hair line design, like a transplant in general is subjective, be it a small op or large restoration, obviously the larger it shows more of a wow change though.

Temple point work though is an art, as his hair line design and graft placement; many docs have their own style and the same amount of grafts in the same area can give varients in the look. To rebuild the temple points and slightly move down the lateral as Dr Bisanga did in this case is not particularly the norm, although it is becoming more common. The slit angle and placement has to be judged correctly also the acuteness of the angle, not start too early or at the wrong angle, leaving the hair facing the wrong way or wrong direction.


#11

» Okay, I hate to be an ass again but this is the same as the one posted by
» Feller. This guy has very little hair loss. Most doctors can fill in the
» hairline and temples for him no problem. I am sure he has tons of donor to
» spare too, granted he looks fantastic but this is hardly challenging at
» all. You have to be really incompetent to mess this up.

Not challenging? I think hairline is the most challenging. It’s not easy being able to keep it totally natural and undetectable.


#12

» Okay, I hate to be an ass again but this is the same as the one posted by
» Feller. This guy has very little hair loss. Most doctors can fill in the
» hairline and temples for him no problem. I am sure he has tons of donor to
» spare too, granted he looks fantastic but this is hardly challenging at
» all. You have to be really incompetent to mess this up.

Not challenging? Hairline is one of the most difficult to do. It is the first thing that people see. There is no margin for error. Dr. Bisanga made it look easy, that’s probably why you think it’s not challenging.


#13

» » Okay, I hate to be an ass again but this is the same as the one posted
» by
» » Feller. This guy has very little hair loss. Most doctors can fill in
» the
» » hairline and temples for him no problem. I am sure he has tons of donor
» to
» » spare too, granted he looks fantastic but this is hardly challenging at
» » all. You have to be really incompetent to mess this up.
»
» Not challenging? Hairline is one of the most difficult to do. It is the
» first thing that people see. There is no margin for error. Dr. Bisanga
» made it look easy, that’s probably why you think it’s not challenging.

Very natural hair line,congratulations to Dr Bisanga and the guy. Also, very well presented pictures from the clinic, nice to see openness.


#14

Outstanding… FUE King!


#15

Yeah the result is v. good, is this from a patient called danny26? If not, it damn close.
Cheers!

» Outstanding… FUE King!


#16

» Yeah the result is v. good, is this from a patient called danny26? If not,
» it damn close.
» Cheers!
»
» » Outstanding… FUE King!

Hi boris,

no it is not,he received 1050 FUE, this patient’s his nic is Danubio


#17

he doesnt appear to have gone through shock-loss of the native hair. good sign. more hope.


#18

Here are the patient’s approx 10 months updated pictures with close up of the hairline


#19

Take a look at the last pic, his hairline looks weird, some single hairs are so far apart from the actual hairline.


#20

I agree, I am not impressed with the last pic. That is not a good hairline.