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Dr. Wolf\'s 1800 fue pics


#1

I finally found Dr. Wolf’s 1800 fue pics

http://www.hairsite4.com/dc/dcboard.php?az=show_topic&forum=12&topic_id=36306&mode=full

This is one of the fue results that wow me the most.


#2

The hair line design suits him well I think,another good FUE result


#3

Just good? This is fantastic with only 1800 grafts. Find another doctor who can do this with only 1800 grafts. This was posted a long time ago. How come we don’t get to see more FUE from Dr. Wolf ?


#4

Wolf adheres to 1.0mm punch or less BTW. He is a great caring physician also.


#5

I agree that the patient got a lot of coverage for only 1800 grafts. That’s an absolutely huge appearance change for under 2K.

If I were in his shoes I’d probably wanna go back for another 1000 grafts though. It would dense-up the hairline and hide the scalp skin (which probably still shows more in harsher lighting).


#6

» I agree that the patient got a lot of coverage for only 1800 grafts.
» That’s an absolutely huge appearance change for under 2K.
»
»
» If I were in his shoes I’d probably wanna go back for another 1000 grafts
» though. It would dense-up the hairline and hide the scalp skin (which
» probably still shows more in harsher lighting).

It has good density but im not a huge fan of the hairline.


#7

The thinned-looking hairline isn’t the kind of no-MPB “money shot” that most HT patients really desire at the hairline.

But most-desired or not, I think it actually looks pretty realistic the way it is. It just looks like the guy has a lesser stage of MPB in front than before, rather than going for the illusion of no MPB damage to the hairline at all.

The patient may not have chosen the graft number for that reason, but I’ll bet it has the side effect of making his whole HT change a little bit less obvious to others who casually knew him before the work was done. Going from his “before” to a fully-dense version of that new frontal third within a matter of months would have looked like a much more memorable/definable change.


#8

» The thinned-looking hairline isn’t the kind of no-MPB “money shot” that
» most HT patients really desire at the hairline.
»
» But most-desired or not, I think it actually looks pretty realistic the
» way it is. It just looks like the guy has a lesser stage of MPB in front
» than before, rather than going for the illusion of no MPB damage to the
» hairline at all.
»
» The patient may not have chosen the graft number for that reason, but I’ll
» bet it has the side effect of making his whole HT change a little bit less
» obvious to others who casually knew him before the work was done. Going
» from his “before” to a fully-dense version of that new frontal third
» within a matter of months would have looked like a much more
» memorable/definable change.

Its not so much the density but the design that i was referring to.