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Col, your Greco treatment


#21

» » Case Study
» »
» » Androgenic Alopecia (Male Pattern Hair Loss)- 8 months after treatment
» » with Orogen Plus (PRP Plus)
» »
» »
» » This 26 year old male was unable to take finasteride 1mg (Propecia),
» due
» » to side effects, so he elected to have frontal hairline
» transplantation.
» » His posterior crown was traumatized with a 1mm micro needling roller
» » (Clinical Resolutions, Inc, Beverly Hills, CA) and platelet rich
» » composition was injected throughout the area. No hair transplantation
» was
» » done in the crown. Fig 1, below left, is the before photo of the
» posterior
» » crown and Fig 2, below right, is the same patient eight months later.
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» »
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» »
» »
» » This case demonstrated a reversal of non-transplanted hair
» miniaturization
» » after eight months in the posterior crown and aesthetic thickening of
» his
» » hair, without taking medicine or having surgery. It is “completely
» safe”
» » because it is his own cells. Like Propecia, cellular therapy works
» best in
» » younger patients just loosing their hair and results vary from
» patient to
» » patient.
»
» Does this mean us older ones shouldn’t bother then.I’ve still got a lot of
» miniaturization hair,I can feel it,but have to get close up to actually see
» it.
People… i don’t understand if you are serious or else… where are the differences in this pictures?? :expressionless:
One is under strong flash light, so it’s normal to see a diradation.
The other, is dark, and of course seems to be with more hair. But the only differences is the light of the digital camera :stuck_out_tongue:
We can’t be serious to speak about examples like this.


#22

exactly that it is not a light game, and has thickened the hair, this does not function for the majority of in. this treatment makes to grow hair in total bald areas?


#23

Thanks, Col. Fascinating stuff indeed.


#24

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» This case demonstrated a reversal of non-transplanted hair miniaturization
» after eight months in the posterior crown and aesthetic thickening of his
» hair, without taking medicine or having surgery. It is “completely safe”
» because it is his own cells. Like Propecia, cellular therapy works best in
» younger patients just loosing their hair and results vary from patient to
» patient.

Sorry, is there really anyone who can see anything positive on these pictures?
spotlights and flash brightened the crown in the left pic. in the right pic there is no light spotted to the crown. its an artful fake…

i think prp still has lots of potential, but equally there`s no evidence in case of alopecia androgenica…


#25

Well, I’m scheduled for later this month with Dr. Greco. I was going to be in the Tampa area anyhow and after seeing Dr. Jones’ video and apparent confidence in Dr. Greco enough set up his own PRP trial after observing Greco’s technique… I thought I would give it a try.

I’m a diffuse thinner with a decent nw 2.5 hairline who can’t take Fin due to sides and I’m just trying to hold on to what I’ve got until HM comes around. $1000 a year for a few years is a lot, but when I think about the money I’ve spent on my pointless “experiments”… it’s not that unreasonable.

I will post progress photos.