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Double whorl crown - FUE 2800 grafts - Prohairclinic


#1

Here is an example of a technically challenging situation.

On the before picture you can see 2 whorls, one going clockwise the other one counter clockwise. Dr. De Reys reconstructed these whorls using 2800 FUE grafts, using an 0,8 mm instrument. We averaged 2,7 hairs per graft, very very high number.
If I am not mistaken this has not been presented before using FUE only.


Consultant for Prohairclinic
FUE only institute since 2004
Specialized in FUE megasessions


#2

» Here is an example of a technically challenging situation.
»
» On the before picture you can see 2 whorls, one going clockwise the other
» one counter clockwise. Dr. De Reys reconstructed these whorls using 2800
» FUE grafts, using an 0,8 mm instrument. We averaged 2,7 hairs per graft,
» very very high number.
» If I am not mistaken this has not been presented before using FUE only.
»
»
»
»

hard to see much since its just the immediate post op pics, would be nice to see a grown out shot about 6 to 12 mos


#3

We will definately follow up on this case, the patient lives around our area.
The procedure took place last week … so please have some patience.

Bart
:slight_smile:


Consultant for Prohairclinic
FUE only institute since 2004
Specialized in FUE megasessions


#4

» We will definately follow up on this case, the patient lives around our
» area.
» The procedure took place last week … so please have some patience.
»
» Bart

This dude doesn’t look like a good candidate for a HT to me. He needs to get on finas pronto if he is not using it or some other anti-androgen that works. I can see temporal recession and his hair is still dark (indicating that he’s probably not 40 yet). Thats alot of bald scalp to cover potentially when future recession is taken into account. Him using donor to fill in the vertex makes less available for the frontal work that he already needs in the temples…and will need more of as the decades go on and on.
» :slight_smile:


#5

» This dude doesn’t look like a good candidate for a HT to me. He needs to
» get on finas pronto if he is not using it or some other anti-androgen that
» works. I can see temporal recession and his hair is still dark (indicating
» that he’s probably not 40 yet). Thats alot of bald scalp to cover
» potentially when future recession is taken into account. Him using donor
» to fill in the vertex makes less available for the frontal work that he
» already needs in the temples…and will need more of as the
» decades go on and on.
» » :slight_smile:

Well,
First off, the patient is 39 years old, we are same age in fact.

Obviously we informed him that using these grafts in the crown will decrease the numbers of grafts available for possible frontal thinning. He has only slight thinning in the front areas.
Some patients are just ‘crown minded’. These type of patients rather have a full crown and leave the top and front blank. If they are properly informed about the work and the effect on future procedure then we are willing to go forward if they insist.

He started using propecia on our request.

Luckely he has an excellent donor area, he has at least 2000-3000 grafts left in his hair bank.


Consultant for Prohairclinic
FUE only institute since 2004
Specialized in FUE megasessions


#6

» Here is an example of a technically challenging situation.
»
» On the before picture you can see 2 whorls, one going clockwise the other
» one counter clockwise. Dr. De Reys reconstructed these whorls using 2800
» FUE grafts, using an 0,8 mm instrument. We averaged 2,7 hairs per graft,
» very very high number.
» If I am not mistaken this has not been presented before using FUE only.
»
»
»
»

Nice work. The angles are very well done.


World Hair Transplant Center (WHTC)
Office of Dr. Patrick Mwamba
73 Rue Defacqz
1060 Bruxelles


#7

Here is the result of this transplant after 7 months. We will ask the patient to come in for the final results.