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2800 gr FUE 8 months post OP

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Those pictures are better. They represent a better idea of the result versus the previous photograph, but I can still tell the hair has been styled for the photo in a manner to depict the best coverage.

The first before photo makes it clear that a good amount of hair in the frontal area, after, is pre-existing hair. The pre-existing hair in the before photo was clearly just not styled.

This is another example of why it would be good for people to post before photos of the area wet, and then after photos of the hair wet.

» » This one looks very odd. The birdeye view reveals what went wrong in
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» » case. Too many grafts in the hairline. Nothing to cover the back.
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» Thank you for the comment.
» It is rare to be critisized for high density. The transplanted area as
» about 50-60 cm2, equaling to about 50 grafts per cm2. I guess one might
» start to conclude that regrowth yield is extremely high.
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“I guess one might start to conclude that regrowth yield is extremely high.”

Some of which includes of fair amount of pre-existing hair in the transplanted area.

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