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Dr. Bhatti- 3011 FUE grafts for a Type 4 Patient


#1

26 year old Patient.
3011 FUE grafts were implanted his Type 4 pattern hair loss.
The “after” picture was taken 8 months post-op



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#2

wow this is a good one, you have more pics of his hairline?


#3

[quote][postedby]Originally Posted by HMorHT[/postedby]
wow this is a good one, you have more pics of his hairline?[/quote]

Hi HMorHT, will try to get more. Since our Patients go to India for their HT, most of them don’t end up coming back afterwards and hence we have to rely on our Patients to send us the “after” pictures.

Thank you.


#4

It’s hit or miss with this doctor. The pic in this thread looks nice but this other hairline looks too straight,

http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss/forum_entry-id-127310-page-0-category-2-order-last_answer.html


#5

[quote][postedby]Originally Posted by hair101[/postedby]
It’s hit or miss with this doctor. The pic in this thread looks nice but this other hairline looks too straight,

http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss/forum_entry-id-127310-page-0-category-2-order-last_answer.html[/quote]

Hi hair101,

With all due respect, Dr. Bhatti is a world renowned Hair Transplant Surgeon. He has been performing FUE HT exclusively for over 3 years now. His Clinic, Darling Buds performed 536 FUE procedures in 2013. Out of those, Dr. Bhatti performed 438 procedures himself. Statistics speak for themselves. Dr. Bhatti was one of the very few HT Surgeons that did a “live patient viewing” at the ISHRS Conference in San Francisco in October 2013. His work was highly appreciated at this conference. All this cannot be attributed to a “hit or miss” Surgeon.
All hairlines cannot be the same. As you know, a lot of factors come into play while designing a Patient’s hairline.

Thank you,


#6

Dr Bhatti has many good results, but I feel the angualtion of hairs in hairline should be lower. Hair transplant will in general look much better with lower angle because the exitpoints of the hairs will be less visible… A transplanted hairline will never look like a normal hair line, so low angualtion will help.


#7

Thank you for your comments.

Please note that the transplanted hairs are directed at 15-20 degrees to the horizontal. It is how this patient wishes to style his hair. A lot of our younger patients style their hair upwards like wearing spikes.

Most of our older patients prefer to have their hair combed to either side retaining a parting line on left or right.


#8

Regardless of how you style your hair, angulation should be low. Many patients from other clinics have all kinds of hair styles, including low angualtion of hair. Lower angulation is more difficult to perform, but result is much better.


#9

Here is a Perfect example of correct angle of hairs;

http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss/forum_entry-id-127081-page-0-category-2-order-last_answer.html

And you see his hair is styled up/spiked


#10

Low angulation means the grafts lying flat? I agree the pic you showed looks good.


#11

yes, correct!

Low angle:

  • more difficult to detect transplant
  • impression of better covarage, since it actually covers more when laying “flat”

#12

[quote][postedby]Originally Posted by coolguy[/postedby]
yes, correct!

Low angle:

  • more difficult to detect transplant
  • impression of better covarage, since it actually covers more when laying “flat”[/quote]

Interesting, I do like the looks in the pics but doesn’t that make it more difficult to comb or style one’s hair?