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Hair wet combed back- 16 months post-op Sara Armani


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Hair wet and comebed back. couldnt be happier.







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Have actually had many people tell me I have great hair…never thought that would happen.


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I had 2500 FUE grafts by the way


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Looks excellent Golfjunkie. The wet photos are very revealing, looks great.


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Golfjunkie, so the darker hair shots where you are slightly receding, are your before shots? so it wasn’t a drastic change from NW6 or so? I have NW6/7, so I highly doubt I could achieve these results, right? well, either way, yes, your hair looks great. is envious


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» Golfjunkie, so the darker hair shots where you are slightly receding, are
» your before shots? so it wasn’t a drastic change from NW6 or so? I have
» NW6/7, so I highly doubt I could achieve these results, right? well, either
» way, yes, your hair looks great. is envious

If you are NW6/7, don’t even bother looking at these pics, accept your destiny, you will never get hair like this.


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» Golfjunkie, so the darker hair shots where you are slightly receding, are
» your before shots? so it wasn’t a drastic change from NW6 or so? I have
» NW6/7, so I highly doubt I could achieve these results, right? well, either
» way, yes, your hair looks great. is envious

NSMNYC, If you are a NW6 / NW7 you may have to have slightly different expectations, but full coverage is still possible with some of the clinics performing megasessions these days. You may want to consider sending your photos in to a few of the top clinics for online consultations to see what can be done for you.

That was the first step in my journey.


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Looking good Golf! Your temples look great. Dr. Sara is doing great FUE work.


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the photos are not bright enough and i can’t tell if this is a good result!!! (sarcastic joke)

looks good man.

is this your only procedure? the 2500 grafts?


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You have the best hair characteristics for hair transplant, the after pics are spectacular, the main question remains: how are you going to maintain your head of hair to stay like this forever.


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unbelieveable results one of the best transplants i have ever seen thick and natural , you must be delighted golfjunkie im thinking of getting a transplant very soon if i get results like yours id be over the moon, all you have to concentrate on now is getting that handicap down :smiley:


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If you don’t mind, how much did this procedure cost?


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» unbelieveable results one of the best transplants i have ever seen thick
» and natural , you must be delighted golfjunkie im thinking of getting a
» transplant very soon if i get results like yours id be over the moon, all
» you have to concentrate on now is getting that handicap down :smiley:

The only problem i see with this transplant is

used up perhaps HALF of your available grafts, on just a small portion of the top front and temples

if this guy, golfjunkie thins rapidly in the future, he will no way in hell be able to chase his balding scalp, and a huge portion of the grafts have already been used up

most guys would be able to get a fantastic result with this doc, if they only had slight receding like he did,

Problem is what happens in the future if he goes to lets say a NW6 Or NW7


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» » unbelieveable results one of the best transplants i have ever seen thick
» » and natural , you must be delighted golfjunkie im thinking of getting a
» » transplant very soon if i get results like yours id be over the moon,
» all
» » you have to concentrate on now is getting that handicap down :smiley:
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» The only problem i see with this transplant is
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» used up perhaps HALF of your available grafts, on just a small portion of
» the top front and temples
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» if this guy, golfjunkie thins rapidly in the future, he will no way in
» hell be able to chase his balding scalp, and a huge portion of the grafts
» have already been used up
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» most guys would be able to get a fantastic result with this doc, if they
» only had slight receding like he did,
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» Problem is what happens in the future if he goes to lets say a NW6 Or NW7

there is alot of truth in what you say, i think in golfjumkies case he is pretty safe mpb does not seem to run in his family, and i think for golfjunkies age his hairloss was not severe, i think it does come down to what the patient wants personally i think most people golfjunkies age would want a dense low hairline sometimes its not possible other times in golfjunkies case it is. i think with what they can do with body hair transplants these days would fill a good deal of the rest of your scalp if need be, i guess maybe somebody in their early twenties or younger with hairloss they should be adviced to be more conservative with their donar supply, but how many guys this age want a thin high hairline, id say it would be a low percentage and it would be next to impossible to persuade them to go for this hairline when they know they can get the dense hairline they desire, i think its alot easier to conceal hairloss behind the hairline than the hairline itself, with things like concealers and the afore mentioned body hair transplants, results like golfjunkies are few and far between and its great to see what can be done with transplants ,


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» Golfjunkie, so the darker hair shots where you are slightly receding, are
» your before shots? so it wasn’t a drastic change from NW6 or so? I have
» NW6/7, so I highly doubt I could achieve these results, right? well, either
» way, yes, your hair looks great. is envious

I was a norwood 5 before I had my HT with Dr. Armani. I can comb my hair back wet out of the shower and it looks great. When I go swimming and dip my head back into the water, and then come up with so it is slicked back it looks awesome. I can’t comb my hair back when it is dry as I have curly hair. I guess I could but I would probably look like Buckweat from the Dirty Rascals.


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Awesome pics golfjunkie! You must be extremely happy with your results. Thanks for the update…


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What was your hair loss number? 2 or 3?


#18

This resutls look amazing and the hairline is very impressive. I’ve been doing quite a bit or research on hair transplantation and had a couple of questions with regards to graft placement. Is it the option of the patient to have a denser looking hairline versus the rest of the scalp or are the grafts placed evenly throughout the entire scalp? I am personally thinning in zones 1, 2, 3 and 4 but I would like to focus more on the hairline area. With the limited donor supply, would it be wise to have higher density in zone 1 versus the other zones? I’m sure this is something that I would discuss with the surgeon (hopefully Dr. Sara Armani since I’ve been nothing but impressed with her results) but if someone could give me their opinion that would be great.


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hey golfjunkie think your results are great, was just looking at your blog, you have some pics on there that were prior to surgery with Dr sara aramani ,in 2 of those pics you have long hair , it looks very thick in those , i did notice that you said it looked thicker in the pics than in reality, i was wondering was this a mistake that these were actually post op pics, in the rest of your pre op pics you can see your hair does looks quite thin, and the difference between those pics and what you have now is night and day, but the improvement dosnt look as noticeable from those 2 particular pics


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» This resutls look amazing and the hairline is very impressive. I’ve been
» doing quite a bit or research on hair transplantation and had a couple of
» questions with regards to graft placement. Is it the option of the patient
» to have a denser looking hairline versus the rest of the scalp or are the
» grafts placed evenly throughout the entire scalp? I am personally thinning
» in zones 1, 2, 3 and 4 but I would like to focus more on the hairline area.
» With the limited donor supply, would it be wise to have higher density in
» zone 1 versus the other zones? I’m sure this is something that I would
» discuss with the surgeon (hopefully Dr. Sara Armani since I’ve been nothing
» but impressed with her results) but if someone could give me their opinion
» that would be great.

A high density front with decreasing density towards the crown really is the way to go. Spreading the grafts “evenly” throughout the scalp is not the best solution to achieve the illusion of maxim density and coverage. Doing so will produce a look that it too sparse.

High density in zones 1 and 2: a hairline that frames the face with temple closure and density tapering off towards the crown. This has been Dr. Armani’s philosophy for years.

By doing so, the patient “can achieve” a hairline that frames his face and makes him look younger and more importantly avoids the very un-natural “u” and “v” shape that so many clinics seem to adopt, while still having full coverage in zones 3 and 4 at a lesser density.

Of course this is all tailored to each patient’s unique case; donor area, hair characteristics and family hairloss history are all taken in to account.