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Dr. Keser - 1000 grafts FUE hair transplant 7 days


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Dr. Keser presents this case where the patient wanted to cover his birthmark. Dr. Keser applied 1000 grafts employing the FUE technique. Post-op pictures are 7 days after, and the results are looking good.

Pre-surgery


7 days after




#2

It looks like the grafts are growing already after 7 days.


#3

» Dr. Keser presents this case where the patient wanted to cover his
» birthmark. Dr. Keser applied 1000 grafts employing the FUE technique.
» Post-op pictures are 7 days after, and the results are looking good.
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that looks like vitiligo to me…being autoimmune disorder,im not sure if hairtransplant over it was such a good idea…im interested in seeing the progress pics!!


#4

If its a birthmark ,then hair loss should be uniform from both sides…
and if it is case of vitiligo ,then is there any chance of transplanted hair to becomes white in that region after time ???


#5

» Dr. Keser presents this case where the patient wanted to cover his
» birthmark. Dr. Keser applied 1000 grafts employing the FUE technique.

Great angulation of the grafts!


#6

» » Dr. Keser presents this case where the patient wanted to cover his
» » birthmark. Dr. Keser applied 1000 grafts employing the FUE technique.
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» Great angulation of the grafts!

I noticed about the angulation too but shouldn’t the grafts be pointing down instead of pointing upwards?? It doesn’t match the hair in the surrounding area who is pointing down


#7

While this is a good improvement what is the point when he is still mostly bald? Please do not tell me that is all he wanted. It is incomplete IMO.


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» While this is a good improvement what is the point when he is still mostly
» bald? Please do not tell me that is all he wanted. It is incomplete IMO.

Are you serious? How can you be so cruel and make such an insensitive comment?


#9

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» Are you serious? How can you be so cruel and make such an insensitive
» comment?----------I am not being cruel but who wants an half head of hair? Tell me who. Fix it properly or do not do it at all. What is the point in spending money and still the public will state that guy is still bald? To me it seems pointless. I am a perfectionist. That is not a bad thing imo.


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» While this is a good improvement what is the point when he is still mostly
» bald? Please do not tell me that is all he wanted. It is incomplete IMO.

The patient wanted to cover his birthmark, and he was completely satisfied with the results.


#11

The angle of the grafts was carefully planned, the upper part point a little up and forward, as the hair of that part of the head, and the lower area is pointing downward, matching the hair around and below.

When the hair grows a little more, the whole area will look more natural, including the angle of the implanted follicles, in relation with the surrounding hair.


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» The patient wanted to cover his birthmark, and he was completely satisfied
» with the results.--------------That’s all he wanted? Not to cover everything else? I am not buying it. Maybe someone else will. Good for him. I would want a lot more imo.


#13

» If its a birthmark ,then hair loss should be uniform from both sides…
» and if it is case of vitiligo ,then is there any chance of transplanted
» hair to becomes white in that region after time ???

Vitiligo does not cause the transplanted hair to go white. Hair turns gray because of age and genetics, genes regulate the exhaustion of the pigmentary potential of each individual hair follicle.

An interesting treatment was investigated regarding this disorder.

http://www.eblue.org/article/S0190-9622(98)70121-5/abstract


#14

» » If its a birthmark ,then hair loss should be uniform from both sides…
» » and if it is case of vitiligo ,then is there any chance of
» transplanted
» » hair to becomes white in that region after time ???
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» Vitiligo does not cause the transplanted hair to go white. Hair turns gray
» because of age and genetics, genes regulate the exhaustion of the
» pigmentary potential of each individual hair follicle.
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» An interesting treatment was investigated regarding this disorder.
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» http://www.eblue.org/article/S0190-9622(98)70121-5/abstract

wow,thanks for clearing that up…that adds to my knowledge about vitiligo…didnt know that…very interesting:)