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Dr. Paul Rose / 3,782 total grafts


#1

This patient received 3,782 grafts with Dr. Rose in two surgeries.

Surgery #1
2,135 grafts / 4,213 hairs
Strip 1 cm x 27.5 cm

Surgery #2
1,647grafts / 3,475 hairs
Strip 1 cm x 26 cm


#2

Very nice and appropriate for this guy.The grafts seem to have been used wisely and the look is great.


#3

What norwood class would you say he was before this?


#4

Thanks ‘mac :wink:

Hi Reiner.

» What norwood class would you say he was before this?

I’m not looking at the chart so I cannot tell you for sure how Dr. Rose categorized this patient’s hair loss. I will say, however, that the patient had hair loss throughout the top of the scalp and all the way to the crown area. He had a retained (but very thin) frontal hairline and wispy growth over the top. You might call such a patient a norwood 5. Or you might identity the pattern as overall thinning that would suggest as future norwood 5.


#5

I think the pics were taken from too far away, a couple of close ups would be nice.


#6

You need to do a better job with the photos. Both Arvind and Hasson n Wong have far better presentation and is now the norm for showing results.


#7

» You need to do a better job with the photos. Both Arvind and Hasson n Wong
» have far better presentation and is now the norm for showing results.

I would prefer photos and video because you see everything. Descent photo results non the less. Not so sure about Dr. A because of previous knowledge of his clinic’s integrity.


#8

This guys got a really nice result, but subtle at the same time. I like that most people would probably never notice that he had gotten a HT because the original hairline was kept, just thickened up. Most people would notice he looked better, but never be able to figure out why.


#9

» This guys got a really nice result, but subtle at the same time. I like
» that most people would probably never notice that he had gotten a HT
» because the original hairline was kept, just thickened up. Most people
» would notice he looked better, but never be able to figure out why.

In many ways, the work mimics and strengthens the pre-surgery pattern. The difference, of course, is that his transplanted donor hair in thicker, healthier, and obviously covers his scalp better. This is a subtle result, I agree. That’s possibly why I am so fond of it :wink: The patient can carry on now knowing that he’ll never be bald. That was not the case before.

BTW, other comments in this thread were noted. Thanks.