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2533 FUE Post Op Healing 0-3 Dr Bisanga BHR Clinic


#1

Dear Forum Members,

This is a presentation of 0 to date (3 months) 2533 FUE; the patient wanted to frame the face but keep a mature hairline and no temple closure.

The pictures below are a collage from before, design, post op, 2 weeks post op healing and then 2 and 3 months post op. I will post updates as and when.

You can see the donor healing and how his hair can be kept short/shaved using a 0.75mm extraction. FUE is basically the individual removal of an intact follicular unit.

BEFORE

DESIGN

POST OP

TWO WEEKS POST OP DONOR & RECIPIENT

TWO MONTHS POST OP

THREE MONTHS POST OP

BHR Clinic,
Belgium


#2

» Dear Forum Members,
»
» This is a presentation of 0 to date (3 months) 2533 FUE; the patient
» wanted to frame the face but keep a mature hairline and no temple
» closure.
»
» The pictures below are a collage from before, design, post op, 2 weeks
» post op healing and then 2 and 3 months post op. I will post updates as
» and when.
»
» You can see the donor healing and how his hair can be kept short/shaved
» using a 0.75mm extraction. FUE is basically the individual removal of an
» intact follicular unit.
»
» BEFORE
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»


»

I think whats its all grown out this guy should keep his hair short for the best looking most natural result.
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» DESIGN
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» POST OP
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» TWO WEEKS POST OP DONOR & RECIPIENT
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» TWO MONTHS POST OP
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» THREE MONTHS POST OP
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» BHR Clinic,
» Belgium


#3

Very nicely documented


#4

I am surprised the donor is still red after two months. It’s not bad, it’s actually quite good, it’s just that I thought the redness would go away after two months.


#5

Sometimes redness lingers for more than two months. What is worth noting here is that at two months, we see a prelude to the what I can say with confidence that there will be minimal scarring and no noticeable depletion overall in any one area. Dr. Bisanga likes to adhere to the 0.75mm punch and this is yet another good early result using such tools. The recipient area also looks natural. Good over all representation of solid FUE and the use of small punches.


#6

» Sometimes redness lingers for more than two months. What is worth noting
» here is that at two months, we see a prelude to the what I can say with
» confidence that there will be minimal scarring and no noticeable depletion
» overall in any one area. Dr. Bisanga likes to adhere to the 0.75mm punch
» and this is yet another good early result using such tools. The recipient
» area also looks natural. Good over all representation of solid FUE and
» the use of small punches.

I would say that the redness in my recipient area lasted about 1 month but the scar was red for much longer than that, i think its pretty normal.


#7

» I am surprised the donor is still red after two months. It’s not bad, it’s
» actually quite good, it’s just that I thought the redness would go away
» after two months.

Hi JeepGuy,

Just to check, do you mean donor or recipient is still red on the 2 months post op pics? I did check with the patient and he said there was little to no redness in the donor after about ten days. When he took the 2 months pictures he had just shaved his hair so if you see any redness it maybe due to the clippers over the scalp.

Redness in the donor after FUT will last much longer than with FUE, the effect of a long continuous incision takes longer to heal and the scalp return to normal pigmentation opposed to FUE punches that are small and widely spread over the surface of the donor. There are also post op meds that can be used to aid the healing and close the punch wounds.

Philb


#8

Very nice so far. Nice hairline design too. Im sure he`l get a good result.
please keep us updated.

BHR, Whats the density of grafts in the hairline and behind the hairline?


#9

» Very nice so far. Nice hairline design too. Im sure he`l get a good result.
»
» please keep us updated.
»
» BHR, Whats the density of grafts in the hairline and behind the hairline?

Hi carrot,

Here is this patient’s 4th month update pictures; also for the record the break down of hairs per FU

1 hair 603, 2 hair 981, 3 hair 892, 4 hair 57

The density of FU placed will be dependent on hair calibre as much as anything else; the hair is made of single hairs so will always have a higher density of FU placed otherwise it will look unnaturally thin; behind the hair line the density placed decreases as the number of hairs per FU increases, this patient had a good number of 3 hair FU and this also helped to give good coverage for the number of grafts. Generally hair lines could require 65-80 FUcm2 and then dropping behind.


#10

Bisanga has come to the seen with vengeance… H and W always has good pics/growth… and I have to say no one touches Bisanga either… especially in FUE.


#11

Absolute great results.

Its a similer hairloss to what I have got.I’d want the same,if and when I get a hair transplant.What do you recommend for future hairloss in this situation.I’m refering to perhaps the patern of loss continuing behind transplant,what did you recommend.

How much did it cost in full,please.


#12

» Absolute great results.
»
» Its a similer hairloss to what I have got.I’d want the same,if and when I
» get a hair transplant.What do you recommend for future hairloss in this
» situation.I’m refering to perhaps the patern of loss continuing behind
» transplant,what did you recommend.
»
» How much did it cost in full,please.

Hi BALDIE42,

Our patient is 37 years old had no wish to have an aggressive low hair line, he appreciated that his hair loss would progress and wanted a conservative approach to the design, to save grafts for the long term.

His original density was 85 FU with a good donor surface area for FUE, and combined with his goals and expectations a good h/t candidate generally. He has started finasteride and is happy to give it a little time to see how much benefit it gives the hair behind the h/t; but his view is he will return after a year and look at increasing the coverage.

Cost, 4.50 euros per graft, approximately 3.14 Sterling


#13

» » Absolute great results.
» »
» » Its a similer hairloss to what I have got.I’d want the same,if and when
» I
» » get a hair transplant.What do you recommend for future hairloss in this
» » situation.I’m refering to perhaps the patern of loss continuing behind
» » transplant,what did you recommend.
» »
» » How much did it cost in full,please.
»
» Hi BALDIE42,
»
» Our patient is 37 years old had no wish to have an aggressive low hair
» line, he appreciated that his hair loss would progress and wanted a
» conservative approach to the design, to save grafts for the long term.
»
» His original density was 85 FU with a good donor surface area for FUE, and
» combined with his goals and expectations a good h/t candidate generally. He
» has started finasteride and is happy to give it a little time to see how
» much benefit it gives the hair behind the h/t; but his view is he will
» return after a year and look at increasing the coverage.
»
» Cost, 4.50 euros per graft, approximately 3.14 Sterling

Thanks for your reply - I might just have an hair transplant one day,perhaps.The results I’m seeing lately are very very good - Keep it all up…Really hoping for HM.In the meantime I shave my hair down all over.Less seems to look more and it seems to suit me,but I’d rather hair!


#14

» » » Absolute great results.
» » »
» » » Its a similer hairloss to what I have got.I’d want the same,if and
» when
» » I
» » » get a hair transplant.What do you recommend for future hairloss in
» this
» » » situation.I’m refering to perhaps the patern of loss continuing
» behind
» » » transplant,what did you recommend.
» » »
» » » How much did it cost in full,please.
» »
» » Hi BALDIE42,
» »
» » Our patient is 37 years old had no wish to have an aggressive low hair
» » line, he appreciated that his hair loss would progress and wanted a
» » conservative approach to the design, to save grafts for the long term.
» »
» » His original density was 85 FU with a good donor surface area for FUE,
» and
» » combined with his goals and expectations a good h/t candidate generally.
» He
» » has started finasteride and is happy to give it a little time to see
» how
» » much benefit it gives the hair behind the h/t; but his view is he will
» » return after a year and look at increasing the coverage.
» »
» » Cost, 4.50 euros per graft, approximately 3.14 Sterling
»
» Thanks for your reply - I might just have an hair transplant one
» day,perhaps.The results I’m seeing lately are very very good - Keep it all
» up…Really hoping for HM.In the meantime I shave my hair down all over.Less
» seems to look more and it seems to suit me,but I’d rather hair!

I wouldnt hold out for HM its probably going to be another decade before you see that out in the public.


#15

Probably so Johnny E but they are getting close.


#16

» Probably so Johnny E but they are getting close.

Hello,
Forget about HM, I have been sitting and waiting since 2001… probably our children will be much more lucky and by that time the tecnique would be so advanced and tested that hair loss will be a choice not an imposition.
For now guys, believe me a HT is our only salvation.
Cheers,


#17

Here we have this patients update at the 5 months mark.


#18

I don’t think I see this quick return of growth from anyone else.


#19

7 Months Update with frontal “before” comparison; 7 month pictures taken in natural light


#20

» 7 Months Update with frontal “before” comparison; 7 month pictures taken in
» natural light
»
»

Updated Top Shot 2553 FUE @ 7 Months