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DR KORAY ERDOGAN - ASMED CLINIC - 5009 grafts MANUAL FUE


#1

ASMED SURGICAL MEDICAL CENTER

DR KORAY ERDOGAN

  • PATIENT’S AGE: 47

  • NW: VI

  • Total transplanted area: 170 cm2

  • Total donor capacity: 5500 grafts

  • Temporal, Parietal and Occipital density: 50 uf/cm2
  • Parietal and Occipital Hair Diameter: 60 micron
  • OPERATION DETAILS: 5009 grafts FUE extracted by manual punch, diameter 0.8 mm.

Incisions executed by: custom made blades, lateral slit

  • 746 single grafts

  • 2835 double grafts

  • 1358 triple grafts

  • 22 multiple grafts

  • General average Hair per Graft: 2.15

  • GRAFTS DISTRIBUTION: 5009 grafts were used to restore the patient’s frontal area, mid scalp and vertex area.

  • FINASTERIDE: The patient has started to use finasteride along with the surgery and still using it. Please note that the patient had a trico pigmentation on the recipient area and used a hairpiece before.

  • Please note that the “RESULT” pictures were taken in Asmed Clinic.

BEFORE THE OPERATION

OPERATION

1 YEAR AFTER THE OPERATION

BEFORE THE OPERATION

OPERATION

1 YEAR AFTER THE OPERATION

BEFORE THE OPERATION

OPERATION

BEFORE THE OPERATION

OPERATION

1 YEAR AFTER THE OPERATION


#2

I appreciate that your clinic has always made an effort to take clear and comparable before/after photos to illustrate the results.


#3

It’s an impressive result.


#4

Great result! What impresses me is that this person’s donor looked like it had nothing close to 5000 grafts to give and yet the donor area doesn’t seem to look any sparser after the procedure. I went to a well-known clinic and was told my donor capacity was only 500 grafts, and I’m pretty sure I have way more donor than this patient… I guess I need to get another opinion.


#5

[quote][postedby]Originally Posted by HairSite[/postedby]
I appreciate that your clinic has always made an effort to take clear and comparable before/after photos to illustrate the results.[/quote]

How is this true? From what I can see the recipient area was shaven in the before pictures, so we don’t know what the patient looked like prior to surgery, as in how much hair he had, to compare to the after photos.


#6

It looks like the front third or maybe almost half is SMP. Is this correct?


#7

This does look good, but I have to think there was some hair already there.
It look’s like the top of his head was shaven, to get an accurate take on
someone the hair on top should be grown out some to see what is there. YES
CUEBALLBOB you should get lot’s of 2nd options and take the time to meet the
Doctor. I am 2thirds of my life in and I’m still not right. THIS WILL BE ONE
OF THE MOST IMPORTANT DECISIONS OF YOUR LIFE. Please trust me on this, I’ve
I’ve made enough mistake’s for everyone!!! regardless this guy does look much
better.


#8

[quote][postedby]Originally Posted by 69sting[/postedby]
This does look good, but I have to think there was some hair already there.
It look’s like the top of his head was shaven, to get an accurate take on
someone the hair on top should be grown out some to see what is there. YES
CUEBALLBOB you should get lot’s of 2nd options and take the time to meet the
Doctor. I am 2thirds of my life in and I’m still not right. THIS WILL BE ONE
OF THE MOST IMPORTANT DECISIONS OF YOUR LIFE. Please trust me on this, I’ve
I’ve made enough mistake’s for everyone!!! regardless this guy does look much
better.[/quote]

Agree, I can see a shadow or something in the before pics, he might have shaved his head just prior to the surgery.


#9

As mentioned it says he had tricopigmentation (tattoo) to appear as if it is stubble


#10

look’s like head shaved!!! if it were tattoo why not all hair shaved to look
uniform?


#11

Yeah you’re right it would only make sense to shave the whole head. Maybe he ordinarily kept his top hair the length of his back and sides but it was probably too thin so he combined it with tattoo. However it does look shaved but it does say he had tricopigmentation done. Maybe the clinic can tell us.


#12

I agree, 69sting… along those lines, given my donor, while probably worth more than 500 grafts in a FUE, is still somewhat sparse because I’ve had 3 strips over 25 years, it occurs to me if I do one more go-around (with head hair) I’m better off with a strip. My thinking is that a strip, since you excise a portion of scalp, will yield more grafts because FUE would be limited to avoid a moth-eaten look. I understand that the scalp will stretch, and there may be more trauma loss with a strip. But it seems intuitive to me a strip will safely yield more, in my case. (Obviously, the scar is not an issue and I’m willing to undergo more pain to satisfy my vanity.) Any thoughts would be appreciated.


#13

CUEBALLBOB, in my experience in this day fue is always the best way to go. The
right doctor will not leave a moth eaten look and a strip scar will stretch and
have to be filled in. I have scars in the back of my head that need to be
filled in now and my only option is beard hair’s, since my body hair is thin
and sparse. the best results I have ever seen with my on eyes is helliboy.
Might have got is handle wrong, but he his a patient of Dr. Umar. He came to my
house and we talked for hours, we also talked for hours on the phone. All of his
work was done by fue and I will not lie I was so jealous of him his hair looked
so great, but with that said there is some Drs. doing good strip work. I will
only go with fue from here on!!!


#14

Nice Transformation…