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2300 CIT on Class V - 18 months post-op


#1

In 2007, this Norwood 5 came to our clinic only to add density to the top and frontal-third. The patient has medium-fine curly hair and average donor density. Dr. Cole’s treatment plan for the patient was to transfer 2300 CIT grafts to the frontal scalp and top. The patient has recently returned to add light coverage to the crown. The growth after 18 months is very pleasing to the patient. We are exited to post one more patient’s result.:ok:

DRY PRE-OP & WET FOLLOW-UP

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#2

» In 2007, this Norwood 5 came to our clinic only to add density to the top
» and frontal-third. The patient has medium-fine curly hair and average
» donor density. Dr. Cole’s treatment plan for the patient was to transfer
» 2300 CIT grafts to the frontal scalp and top. The patient has recently
» returned to add light coverage to the crown. The growth after 18 months is
» very pleasing to the patient. We are exited to post one more patient’s
» result.:ok:
»
» DRY PRE-OP & WET FOLLOW-UP
»


»
» 764_file13.wmv
»

Short yet sweet. What will he now get in the crown during surgery two?


#3

» » In 2007, this Norwood 5 came to our clinic only to add density to the
» top
» » and frontal-third. The patient has medium-fine curly hair and average
» » donor density. Dr. Cole’s treatment plan for the patient was to
» transfer
» » 2300 CIT grafts to the frontal scalp and top. The patient has recently
» » returned to add light coverage to the crown. The growth after 18 months
» is
» » very pleasing to the patient. We are exited to post one more patient’s
» » result.:ok:
» »
» » DRY PRE-OP & WET FOLLOW-UP
» »


» »
» » 764_file13.wmv
» »
»
»
» Short yet sweet. What will he now get in the crown during surgery two? Not sure, I can research this one for you. He had an above average hair quality so it shouldn’t require much to get light coverage in the crown. As you may notice, he had no hair line before and now he many choose to add density on the frontal line as well.

Post-op, the patient is doing just fine and should return to his normal daily activities in about four days. We expect the next update to be astonishing and show a thickend appearence all around. Stay tuned…


#4

» » » In 2007, this Norwood 5 came to our clinic only to add density to the
» » top
» » » and frontal-third. The patient has medium-fine curly hair and
» average
» » » donor density. Dr. Cole’s treatment plan for the patient was to
» » transfer
» » » 2300 CIT grafts to the frontal scalp and top. The patient has
» recently
» » » returned to add light coverage to the crown. The growth after 18
» months
» » is
» » » very pleasing to the patient. We are exited to post one more
» patient’s
» » » result.:ok:
» » »
» » » DRY PRE-OP & WET FOLLOW-UP
» » »


» » »
» » » 764_file13.wmv

Much better. Dry pre op must look like a Picasso. LOL

» »
» »
» » Short yet sweet. What will he now get in the crown during surgery two?
» Not sure, I can research this one for you. He had an above average hair
» quality so it shouldn’t require much to get light coverage in the crown.
» As you may notice, he had no hair line before and now he many choose to add
» density on the frontal line as well.
»
» Post-op, the patient is doing just fine and should return to his normal
» daily activities in about four days. We expect the next update to be
» astonishing and show a thickend appearence all around. Stay tuned…