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7,267 Fue - Alvi Armani - 6 months post op


#1

The patient below had 7,267 FUE over two sessions to cover zones 1, 2, 3 and 4 with Alvi Armani. The patient is at 6 months in the after photos and is roughly at 60% growth.

The patient is in his early 30’s and has decided not to take medication.

He has an estimated 3,500 grafts left in his donor for another large FUE procedure should he choose.








#2

» The patient below had 7,267 FUE over two sessions to cover zones 1, 2, 3
» and 4 with Alvi Armani. The patient is at 6 months in the after photos and
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» He has an estimated 3,500 grafts left in his donor for another large FUE
» procedure should he choose.
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Great work and great transformation. I especially like the crown work!

Pats, how many grafts were in his crown area? And how many in his zone 3 area?


#3

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» Great work and great transformation. I especially like the crown work!
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» Pats, how many grafts were in his crown area? And how many in his zone 3
» area?

Yes the patient received nice coverage. Like I mentioned he is just 6 months out from session 2 so he has more growth and thickening to come.

I will check his file now for a break down of the grafts.


#4

Is the first pic before the first procedure?


#5

I wonder why the pics were harshly lit & wet hair in the before shots, and dimly lit & dry hair in the afters?


#6

» I wonder why the pics were harshly lit & wet hair in the before shots, and
» dimly lit & dry hair in the afters?

In his after photos the hair is slightly dampened as well like in the before photos.


#7

» I wonder why the pics were harshly lit & wet hair in the before shots, and
» dimly lit & dry hair in the afters?

I was wondering the same. It doesn’t make for good comparison.

Also, a donor shot is in order as this is 50% of the result.


#8

New hair looks amazing and very well spread the donor area looks untouched Dr. Armani does an excellent job extracting the hair from the donor area and implanting them in a unique way making the entire procedure undetectable.


#9

» I wonder why the pics were harshly lit & wet hair in the before shots, and
» dimly lit & dry hair in the afters?

Agreed. You’re only doing yourself injustice by wetting the before pics because they were obviously not even needed to prove the point of the degree of his baldness and comparison. You should write your clinic and let them know either not to wet the before pics, or if they are, then wet the after pics as well!!

But I’l give you it to you in this case because its still obvious how bald he was in the previous. At 12 months this man will likely have grown an afro if this is him at only 6 months.

And still waiting on the # of grafts and its placement pls…


#10

» » I wonder why the pics were harshly lit & wet hair in the before shots,
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» » dimly lit & dry hair in the afters?
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» In his after photos the hair is slightly dampened as well like in the
» before photos.

he asked why are the before pics also in harsh light almost daylight brightness that I can see
the after pics, curiously are all in dark almost shadow light

must be just a coincidence


#11

» » I wonder why the pics were harshly lit & wet hair in the before shots,
» and
» » dimly lit & dry hair in the afters?
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» Agreed. You’re only doing yourself injustice by wetting the before pics
» because they were obviously not even needed to prove the point of the
» degree of his baldness and comparison. You should write your clinic and
» let them know either not to wet the before pics, or if they are, then wet
» the after pics as well!!
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» But I’l give you it to you in this case because its still obvious how bald
» he was in the previous. At 12 months this man will likely have grown an
» afro if this is him at only 6 months.
»
» And still waiting on the # of grafts and its placement pls…

MJ2003 - I was not in the office yesterdaY, I will post the graft breakdwon for you as soon as I can. Hopefully today

Please also notice in the After photos the patients hair is slightly dampened as well.


#12

To say this is amazing would be an understatement. Not only are the results amazing for 6 months, but what is even more impressive is how much donor hair is left should he need another procedure. I’ve had 2 FUE procedures with Dr. Armani myself at over 6,300 grafts and my donor hair is in incredible shape. I’m at 9months post op from my second procedure and each day my hair is getting better. What’s even more exciting is when i went for a follow up with Dr. Armani he told me he can still extract over 3,000 FUE’s should i need another procedure, which I am planning on having next year. Just amazing work to say the least.


#13

Every before pic is bright almost sunlight quality with flash

every after pic is no flash almost in the shade

I cannot believe that this was accidental or a coincidence or can be blamed on the patient


#14

» Every before pic is bright almost sunlight quality with flash
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» every after pic is no flash almost in the shade
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» I cannot believe that this was accidental or a coincidence or can be
» blamed on the patient

Its not accidental is because if it was taken in the same way as in the before pic it would be completely see through to the scalp. Its a transplant reality for that degree of baldness to a patient who is not helped by drugs.

Prospective patient should be very cautious about what they see in these forums and not be misguided. Noone is gonna protect us from misleading representations of results there is even a disclaimer from hairsite above.


#15

Burberry,

I agree, this looks amazing. I agree that Armani does a great job, but I’m not sure how much of that job is the HT itself, or the post-op photography. Gotta a question if you don’t mind. Why does the hair shine so much in the before, and so little in the after?


#16

» Burberry,
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» I agree, this looks amazing. I agree that Armani does a great job, but I’m
» not sure how much of that job is the HT itself, or the post-op photography.
» Gotta a question if you don’t mind. Why does the hair shine so much in the
» before, and so little in the after?

Woo! I can’t believe that the donor area still looks as thick as before even after pulling out 7000 + grafts…that’s really difficult to believe…How’s that possible??? Can any other FUE surgeon throw some light on this?? Hows that possible? Remember NO Propecia here… :confused:

I need to see the grafts placement photos for both of his procedures…clearly…


#17

» Every before pic is bright almost sunlight quality with flash
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» every after pic is no flash almost in the shade
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» I cannot believe that this was accidental or a coincidence or can be
» blamed on the patient

One thing about Armani is that they very rarely post videos, none of this would have been an issue had they posted a video


#18

» » Every before pic is bright almost sunlight quality with flash
» »
» » every after pic is no flash almost in the shade
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» » I cannot believe that this was accidental or a coincidence or can be
» » blamed on the patient
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» One thing about Armani is that they very rarely post videos, none of this
» would have been an issue had they posted a video

he jumped to the docs defense about the wet before pic

but the in the dark after pics, he is nowhere to be found

guess that means we are correct in our assumption


#19

“One thing about Armani is that they very rarely post videos, none of this would have been an issue had they posted a video”

I agree every clinic now should be showing comb through videos. Forget pics!


#20

Yeah very impressive PICTURES

Atomic FLash vs Dark Corner Fotos.

The last time i saw something like that was on some snake oil websites

STrange Armani Things happen lately, Toronto office “closed” and now thos sca_mmy Pics.

hmmmmm

» “One thing about Armani is that they very rarely post videos, none of this
» would have been an issue had they posted a video”
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» I agree every clinic now should be showing comb through videos. Forget
» pics!