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Dr. Bisanga in May, 2000 FUE in Zone 1 and 2


#1

Well guys I’m taking the plunge. I have selected Dr. Bisanga in Brussels as my surgeon. I considered Armani but I haven’t seen great FUE results thus far from them. I was also told by one of their patients that the extraction method is quite different, they employ a motorized tool, which might account for allowing them to perform high FUE procedures. However the thought of a mechanized tool to extract delicate graphs seems a bit high risk. I would prefer all extractions done by an expert hand to the former.

I want to thank all of you guys who posted here educating newbies like myself to make informed choices. Hopeful I made the right choice and get a great result. I’m hope this procedure will hold me over for the next 5-8 years. Hopefully by then a solid HM protocol will be available in the market.


#2

» Well guys I’m taking the plunge. I have selected Dr. Bisanga in Brussels as
» my surgeon. I considered Armani but I haven’t seen great FUE results thus
» far from them. I was also told by one of their patients that the extraction
» method is quite different, they employ a motorized tool, which might
» account for allowing them to perform high FUE procedures. However the
» thought of a mechanized tool to extract delicate graphs seems a bit high
» risk. I would prefer all extractions done by an expert hand to the former.
»
»
» I want to thank all of you guys who posted here educating newbies like
» myself to make informed choices. Hopeful I made the right choice and get a
» great result. I’m hope this procedure will hold me over for the next 5-8
» years. Hopefully by then a solid HM protocol will be available in the
» market.

Where exactly is zone 1 and 2? Good luck.


#3

» Well guys I’m taking the plunge. I have selected Dr. Bisanga in Brussels as
» my surgeon. I considered Armani but I haven’t seen great FUE results thus
» far from them. I was also told by one of their patients that the extraction
» method is quite different, they employ a motorized tool, which might
» account for allowing them to perform high FUE procedures. However the
» thought of a mechanized tool to extract delicate graphs seems a bit high
» risk. I would prefer all extractions done by an expert hand to the former.
»
»
» I want to thank all of you guys who posted here educating newbies like
» myself to make informed choices. Hopeful I made the right choice and get a
» great result. I’m hope this procedure will hold me over for the next 5-8
» years. Hopefully by then a solid HM protocol will be available in the
» market.

Good luck whynot. How many grafts are you going for and how old are you.


#4

» Where exactly is zone 1 and 2? Good luck.

I think it’s the hairline and the frontal 1/3


#5

» » Well guys I’m taking the plunge. I have selected Dr. Bisanga in Brussels
» as
» » my surgeon. I considered Armani but I haven’t seen great FUE results
» thus
» » far from them. I was also told by one of their patients that the
» extraction
» » method is quite different, they employ a motorized tool, which might
» » account for allowing them to perform high FUE procedures. However the
» » thought of a mechanized tool to extract delicate graphs seems a bit
» high
» » risk. I would prefer all extractions done by an expert hand to the
» former.
» »
» »
» » I want to thank all of you guys who posted here educating newbies like
» » myself to make informed choices. Hopeful I made the right choice and get
» a
» » great result. I’m hope this procedure will hold me over for the next
» 5-8
» » years. Hopefully by then a solid HM protocol will be available in the
» » market.
»
» Good luck whynot. How many grafts are you going for and how old are you.

Zone 1 and 2 is the hairline and just behind the hairline. I learned these terms at another forum.

Well I’m going in for 2000 graphs but won’t know the exact count until the day of surgery. I’m currently 34 and I’m hoping that my hairloss is somewhat stable but with hairloss who can tell for sure.


#6