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Bejan - 3500+ FUHT grafts repair HT (Dr. A\'s Clinic)


#1

Patient nick name Bejan underwent 3500 FUHT repair procedure in feb 2010.
He had plug grafts from some other clinic and came to us for his repair HT.

He is now happy with the progress of his 1st stage repair procedure and is planning for the 2nd hair transplant repair procedure sometime in 2011.

High definition video of the result can be viewed at

click PLAY button in the media player below to watch video in this post:
img/uploaded_files/1_file91.flv


#2

For those desirous of this patient’s past history, his case was first discussed at http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss/board_entry-id-64355.html


#3

video now embedded in the originating post.


#4

can we see a bird’s eye view of the patient and from the back as well.

i’ve seen hair transplant where they only show the front view. it looks totally different when seen from another angle.

There should be a standardized method of showing hair transplant results.

  1. front view
  2. L & R side view
  3. bird’s eye view
  4. back view

#5

I think videos should show combing the hair in all directions (in this case comb the hair downward towards the face) and show angles from every possible way to see what the patient may be getting. Again see them in person to get the best idea of what it is all about. You may like what you see and you may not like what you see.


#6

Before and after photos:

BEFORE







AFTER







#7

» I think videos should show combing the hair in all directions (in this
» case comb the hair downward towards the face) and show angles from every
» possible way to see what the patient may be getting. Again see them in
» person to get the best idea of what it is all about. You may like what you
» see and you may not like what you see.

i agree …very good point,i before going for my repair procedure saw the results in person and THAT WAS WHEN i was actually sure about what can be achieved with a transplant!!

now with the videos and combing thru,i agree this one is not the best(btw i believe H and W DO A VERY GOOD JOB AT THAT)…BUT then i have seen worst quality videos coming out of clinics with dark lighting,ultra quick combthroughs leaving a lot to imagination of viewers,and these very clinics claim to be at top of their game with in surgery cameras and all and dont feel like sharing results on forum very often but when they do its usually a blurry and low resolution video with dark lighting!! you know what i mean bud…

bottomline is meet the patients in person to be the judge:-) …AGREED!


#8

» » I think videos should show combing the hair in all directions (in this
» » case comb the hair downward towards the face) and show angles from every
» » possible way to see what the patient may be getting. Again see them in
» » person to get the best idea of what it is all about. You may like what
» you
» » see and you may not like what you see.
»
» i agree …very good point,i before going for my repair procedure saw the
» results in person and THAT WAS WHEN i was actually sure about what can be
» achieved with a transplant!!
»
» now with the videos and combing thru,i agree this one is
» not the best(btw i believe H and W DO A VERY GOOD JOB AT THAT)…BUT
» then i have seen worst quality videos coming out of clinics with dark
» lighting,ultra quick combthroughs leaving a lot to imagination of
» viewers,and these very clinics claim to be at top of their game with in
» surgery cameras
and all and dont feel like sharing results on forum
» very often but when they do its usually a blurry and low resolution video
» with dark lighting!! you know what i mean bud…
»
» bottomline is meet the patients in person to be the judge:-) …AGREED!

I am glad to see that someone on this site has good common sense. I am not sure I get the part about dark & Blurry photos/videos but do agree that You must meet patients in person. Even good photos/videos do not show certain conditions (coming out of a swimming pool or wind blowing in all directions)- Real life conditions that can never be seen in video or photo. See as many transplants as you can in person & judge for yourself. I think that the best are much better than being bald but even those will not compete with a natural head of hair that one is born with. Close but not quite the same.


#9

The video is available at http://vimeo.com/19287362


#10

I see bumps at the corner or temple areas, what are those?


#11

» I see bumps at the corner or temple areas, what are those?

You are talking about the plug grafts placed by the other clinic.
They were not excised (patient’s choice) in the initial repair HT.


#12

Donor video - Bejan - 3500+ FUHT Video of donor 11 months after repair HT
img/uploaded_files/1_file27.wmv


#13

» can we see a bird’s eye view of the patient and from the back as well.
»
» i’ve seen hair transplant where they only show the front view. it looks
» totally different when seen from another angle.
»
» There should be a standardized method of showing hair transplant results.
»
» 1) front view
» 2) L & R side view
» 3) bird’s eye view
» 4) back view

could not agree more
the video is very deceptive


#14

Why no video from the back? as one other poster noted

no doubt the front looks great