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4,500 FUHT + 90 FUE Chest Hairs - Dr. Arvind Poswal 04/30/07


#1

Hello,

I made a blog (click here) with many photos from the procedure. I will update it every two/four weeks. Grafts were transplanted to the crown, top and front.

Have a good day


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#2

» Hello,
»
» I made a blog (click here) with
» many photos from the procedure. I will update it every two/four weeks.
» Grafts were transplanted to the crown, top and front.
»
» Have a good day

Hi randy99,
Thats a really cool blog you have made there. I even posted on it.
Happy hairy future to all of us. :smiley:


#3

» Hi randy99,
» Thats a really cool blog you have made there. I even posted on it.
» Happy hairy future to all of us. :smiley:

Thanks Gentleman - hope it informs others that there is hope.


#4

» » Hi randy99,
» » Thats a really cool blog you have made there. I even posted on it.
» » Happy hairy future to all of us. :smiley:
»
» Thanks Gentleman - hope it informs others that there is hope

Great blog. I hope you post every couple of months and I hope Umar puts your blog on his site. This is extremely informative as it relates to dermatology in general. Best of luck and I hope your hair grows like gangbusters. B


#5

very professional blog, indeed!
thanks for the link and good growth to you!


#6

I am glad to see another person doing strip rather than fue. I still think strip gives much better yield, more bang for the buck. Keep us posted, I would love to see how it turns out for you.


#7

Very nice documentation thus far. I particularly enjoyed the photo depicting the spiral hair orientation of the crown area.

Congrats on your procedure!


#8

» Very nice documentation thus far. I particularly enjoyed the photo
» depicting the spiral hair orientation of the crown area.
»
» Congrats on your procedure!

Keep us updated, looks like an interesting case.


#9

» Very nice documentation thus far. I particularly enjoyed the photo
» depicting the spiral hair orientation of the crown area.
»
» Congrats on your procedure!

Another interesting aspect of the crown work that is not visible at this early stage is that the aim has been to narrow the dimensions of the crown instead of totally banishing it. That was due to the limited graft availability.
Therefore, more 2 and 3 hair grafts were used towards the edges and the front of the crown. The centre and the back has mostly singles, which will lead to a lower density in that region.
A reverse of it would not have looked natural.


#10

Posted an update to the blog on 06-09-07 for those interested.


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This is for educational purposes only. I am not receiving any compensation from this post - nor is this an endorsement. Please seek advice from a trained medical professional.


#11

Posted an update to the blog on 08-16-07 for those interested.


#12

“Great blog. I hope you post every couple of months and I hope Umar puts your blog on his site. This is extremely informative as it relates to dermatology in general. Best of luck and I hope your hair grows like gangbusters. B” Why would Umar want to put another docs work on his site? And it looks good post op. But why not we seen as much head hair Fue only from this doc instead of strip. One does not have to travel all the way to India for quality strip work. IMO


#13

» “Great blog. I hope you post every couple of months and I hope Umar puts
» your blog on his site. This is extremely informative as it relates to
» dermatology in general. Best of luck and I hope your hair grows like
» gangbusters. B” Why would Umar want to put another docs work on his site?
» And it looks good post op. But why not we seen as much head hair Fue only
» from this doc instead of strip. One does not have to travel all the way to
» India for quality strip work. IMO

Yes, I don’t understand why Dr. A performs so much strip work and not scalp fuse / fue. He sais it’s patient choice but I don’t understand why so many of his patients choose strip / FUHT. It can’t just be cost because some of them travel a long way to get to him. He does seem to specialise more in BHT than scalp fuse.


#14

» Posted an update to the blog on 08-16-07 for those interested.

Looks like an interesting case, make sure to keep updating.