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Dr. Chris Bisanga 2498 FUE 0-12 Months


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Dr, Chris Bisanga BHR Clinic
FUE Technique
2498 Grafts
Pre Op, Immediately Post Op & 12 Months

Here we have a FUE case from Dr. Chris Bisanga, with pre op, post op placement and 12 months post op. The design is conservative because of his family history and concerns for his donor area density. The idea here was to reduce the temple areas, lower his hair line slightly to cosmetically reduce the size or appearance of his temples; I will add the graft to hair count later.

PRE OP (WET & DRY PICTURES)

POST OP PLACEMENT

12 MONTHS POST OP 2498 FUE


#2

He has tons of hair even before the transplant.


#3

A very good result as usual! Perfect angulation and right amount of singles…


#4

» A very good result as usual! Perfect angulation and right amount of
» singles…

i am sorry but he shouldn’t have a hair transplant. How old is he?


#5

» » A very good result as usual! Perfect angulation and right amount of
» » singles…
»
» i am sorry but he shouldn’t have a hair transplant. How old is he?

Well i have to say…if this was an Armani patient we would be all over this case. I think these transplants shouldnt be perdormed. At first without knowing too many details my sentiments are…too many grafts , too small the area, too big the risk


#6

» Well i have to say…if this was an Armani patient we would be all over
» this case. I think these transplants shouldnt be perdormed. At first
» without knowing too many details my sentiments are…too many grafts , too
» small the area, too big the risk

Well said. I wonder much research he had done before deciding to get a HT.


#7

This guy could be 38 years old with no miniaturization anywhere else for all we know. let’s not convict until the evidence is in.

But I agree. The gain looks nice when it’s grown out but I question the overall value of the work for the grafts invested.


#8

» This guy could be 38 years old with no miniaturization anywhere else for
» all we know. let’s not convict until the evidence is in.
»
»
» But I agree. The gain looks nice when it’s grown out but I question the
» overall value of the work for the grafts invested.

it doesnt matter, it makes no difference whether he is 38 or 68, he doesnt need a hair transplant. period!


#9

» » This guy could be 38 years old with no miniaturization anywhere else for
» » all we know. let’s not convict until the evidence is in.
» »
» »
» » But I agree. The gain looks nice when it’s grown out but I question
» the
» » overall value of the work for the grafts invested.
»
» it doesnt matter, it makes no difference whether he is 38 or 68, he doesnt
» need a hair transplant. period!

Who are to tell who needs a transplant or not? If he was not happy with his hair, he has done the right thing - fixed it!


#10

» Well i have to say…if this was an Armani patient we would be all over
» this case. I think these transplants shouldnt be perdormed. At first
» without knowing too many details my sentiments are…too many grafts , too
» small the area, too big the risk

That is so true. If this was an Armani patient, everybody would be screaming and kicking how Armani performed hair transplants on someone who didn;t need one. How old is this guy anyway?


#11

The fact that the patient was unhappy enough with his hair situation to go forward with a transplant deems the procedure was necessary. People form their own opinions regarding who “should” or “should not” have a transplant but who are they to judge. The bottom line is the patient wanted to improve his hairline and the results reflect his overall goal. Very nice work.


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» The fact that the patient was unhappy enough with his hair situation to go
» forward with a transplant deems the procedure was necessary. People form
» their own opinions regarding who “should” or “should not” have a transplant
» but who are they to judge. The bottom line is the patient wanted to
» improve his hairline and the results reflect his overall goal. Very nice
» work.

As always, all comments welcome;

He came as albeit a NW3, the fact he has long hair in the before shots hides most was good for him; next time the wet shots will be less forgiving to show the extent of his loss.

He has a broad forehead accentuated this, he wished to lower his hair line a good cm lower than we did, as it stands around 8.5cm above his brow; with all respect this is hardly aggressive.

Then the placement, he has coarse hair, and surrounded by the same, how much hair would it take to deliver this result, it looks natural. blends with his natural hair and is conservative, he is on meds and improved his existing hair over time, under no illusions he may end up as his father. I do see why the hound mentality suurounded this result.


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I have no clue what you just said but the result is a decent result. If I could change anything I’d say there should have been a bigger difference after the hair transplant. But if the patients happy and this is what he wanted then it is definetly a success.

» » The fact that the patient was unhappy enough with his hair situation to
» go
» » forward with a transplant deems the procedure was necessary. People
» form
» » their own opinions regarding who “should” or “should not” have a
» transplant
» » but who are they to judge. The bottom line is the patient wanted to
» » improve his hairline and the results reflect his overall goal. Very
» nice
» » work.
»
»
» As always, all comments welcome;
»
» He came as albeit a NW3, the fact he has long hair in the before shots
» hides most was good for him; next time the wet shots will be less forgiving
» to show the extent of his loss.
»
» He has a broad forehead accentuated this, he wished to lower his hair line
» a good cm lower than we did, as it stands around 8.5cm above his brow; with
» all respect this is hardly aggressive.
»
» Then the placement, he has coarse hair, and surrounded by the same, how
» much hair would it take to deliver this result, it looks natural. blends
» with his natural hair and is conservative, he is on meds and improved his
» existing hair over time, under no illusions he may end up as his father. I
» do see why the hound mentality suurounded this result.


#14

» I have no clue what you just said but the result is a decent result. If I
» could change anything I’d say there should have been a bigger difference
» after the hair transplant. But if the patients happy and this is what he
» wanted then it is definetly a success.
»

Hi mj2003,

Well maybe we all have different goals, and I think that is a good point of the areas raised with this case. It’s easy to see a result and judge pe se, but it is not you, it’s very typical. You have been around a while and I am I sure with all your posts have seen a few HT’s in reality, I hope so. The point being is we are all different and all in the same situation regardless of NW.

He has a perfectly natural hair line that will stand the test of time, he is happy and a minimum of grafts where used.