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Hiro03 - 4210 FUHT - non balding hairline (update)


#1

Patient nickname - Hiro03
Procedure - 4210 strip FUHT grafts
A Europe based Caucasian male.

Note : All after pictures have been taken by the patient.

Before


After (almost) 5 months




#2

This one is also amazing, this is an Armani style hair transplant without breaking the bank!


#3

This is top notch, the hair is wet too, very nice!


#4

This is beautiful work, how many grafts per cm does he have along the hairline, it looks very thick.


#5

Excellent work! Wish this was my first HT!


#6

Good work, what about pictures with his hair dry?


#7

This is beautiful. Thats the hairline I will go for. The patient must be ecstatic.


#8

» very nice results!!as somebody said this is armani kind of result good for dr Arvind.
hey I would appreciate if you write down the care you have taken after the surgery till final results.(like any medicine or topicals applier


#9


#10

This is stunning :clap:


#11

Nice work but using this many grafts on this guy is just insane in my opinion
his temples and the hair below the temples, that point that goes out, is already
rapidly thinning

you used up anywhere from 50 to 65 percent of his scalp donor already with this procedure

if he continues to bald rapidly, this aggressive thick hairline will make him look like a freak in 15 yrs


#12

Yeah, but the back half of his head looks much less affected by MPB compared to the front, Hangin.

It’s not carved in stone that everyone who loses the front aggressively MUST also lose just as much hair in back later. The two losses certainly go together more than 50% of the time, but that doesn’t make it an automatically fair assumption about everyone.


#13

Who s the doctor, Dr. Arvind or Dr. Ruby?


#14

» Yeah, but the back half of his head looks much less affected by MPB
» compared to the front, Hangin.
»
»
» It’s not carved in stone that everyone who loses the front aggressively
» MUST also lose just as much hair in back later. The two losses certainly
» go together more than 50% of the time, but that doesn’t make it an
» automatically fair assumption about everyone.

no but
people who start losing that point that sticks out between the sideburns and the temples. when that starts going, they have a much bigger tendency to lose the whole top and half of the sides and back like a NW7 does

if that happens to this guy, well just hope that body hair can save him
much better to go naturally bald, imo


#15

» » Yeah, but the back half of his head looks much less affected by MPB
» » compared to the front, Hangin.
» »
» »
» » It’s not carved in stone that everyone who loses the front aggressively
» » MUST also lose just as much hair in back later. The two losses
» certainly
» » go together more than 50% of the time, but that doesn’t make it an
» » automatically fair assumption about everyone.
»
» no but
» people who start losing that point that sticks out between the sideburns
» and the temples. when that starts going, they have a much bigger tendency
» to lose the whole top and half of the sides and back like a NW7 does
»
» if that happens to this guy, well just hope that body hair can save him
» much better to go naturally bald, imo

What’s wrong with using body hair to fill in the rest and buzz his hair short throughout, I see Dr. Umar did the dusting effect and that looked very natural.


#16

» » » Yeah, but the back half of his head looks much less affected by MPB
» » » compared to the front, Hangin.
» » »
» » »
» » » It’s not carved in stone that everyone who loses the front
» aggressively
» » » MUST also lose just as much hair in back later. The two losses
» » certainly
» » » go together more than 50% of the time, but that doesn’t make it an
» » » automatically fair assumption about everyone.
» »
» » no but
» » people who start losing that point that sticks out between the
» sideburns
» » and the temples. when that starts going, they have a much bigger
» tendency
» » to lose the whole top and half of the sides and back like a NW7 does
» »
» » if that happens to this guy, well just hope that body hair can save him
» » much better to go naturally bald, imo
»
» What’s wrong with using body hair to fill in the rest and buzz his hair
» short throughout, I see Dr. Umar did the dusting effect and that looked
» very natural

the question is , if he goes to Nw7 , How much is this…the rest…that you are referring to

body hair is extremely expensive to harvest and implant and the yield is very poor . I would not count on body hair to save anyone , and I seriously doubt that body hair would even be present in sufficient amounts, not to mention the horrendous cost,


#17

BHTs should best be considered a last-resort option for when scalp HTs have gone wrong. I don’t think it’s wise to get scalp transplants so aggressive that BHTs will be a necessary built-in requirement in the future.


#18

I never thought i would say this but…Hanging is absolutely right.Also wet pictures is not ideal for showing a transplant because with the wet look you cannot see the details of a transplant(transplanted hair texture, differences with the native hair, spots will less growth than others and such)

But in any case this is what a good transplant looks like…the problem is what happens when you progress down the norwood scale, i dont know how long will it take with the help of propecia or avodart 3-5-1-15 years?who knows…if we could fast forward to the future we could see what these trasplants would look like and if another technology will come out to expand the donor

What people dont understand is that it takes far less grafts to create the illusion of density in the front than it takes in the back…if you take a nw6 and try to to give him full density in the crown it will never ever happen due to the patterns that hair naturally grow there(swirls etc) and you will just waste all his donor…the front is far easier…how will these dense nw1 transplants handle future loss…well if in doubt trust your gut instict

Another thing to consider…did this guy started propecia after the procedure because all his hair look stronger than before and his midscalp is thicker


#19

» I never thought i would say this but…Hanging is absolutely right.Also wet
» pictures is not ideal for showing a transplant because with the wet look
» you cannot see the details of a transplant(transplanted hair texture,
» differences with the native hair, spots will less growth than others and
» such)
»
» But in any case this is what a good transplant looks like…the problem is
» what happens when you progress down the norwood scale, i dont know how long
» will it take with the help of propecia or avodart 3-5-1-15 years?who
» knows…if we could fast forward to the future we could see what these
» trasplants would look like and if another technology will come out to
» expand the donor
»
» What people dont understand is that it takes far less grafts to create the
» illusion of density in the front than it takes in the back…if you take a
» nw6 and try to to give him full density in the crown it will never ever
» happen due to the patterns that hair naturally grow there(swirls etc) and
» you will just waste all his donor…the front is far easier…how will
» these dense nw1 transplants handle future loss…well if in doubt trust
» your gut instict
»
» Another thing to consider…did this guy started propecia after the
» procedure because all his hair look stronger than before and his midscalp
» is thicker

I receieved a brochure from a hair transplant doc in Denver who was one of the best in his field, about 12 yrs ago and he quit the business in disgust

he was disillusioned not by the quality of his transplants , which was good, but by seeing guys 15 yrs later who he had transplanted, himself, and they looked terrible and there was nothing he could do about it, their donor hair was not sufficient to fix it

the guys with crown transplants had developed a HALO effect, around the crown, which you never see discussed here, since the crown continued to bald, the rest had odd frontal hairlines

he said they would have been much better off to go naturally bald

all you see in this site is discussions and pics of the before and after TODAY, which looks great

that is irrelevant if the guys continue to bald rapidly


#20

» » I never thought i would say this but…Hanging is absolutely right.Also
» wet
» » pictures is not ideal for showing a transplant because with the wet
» look
» » you cannot see the details of a transplant(transplanted hair texture,
» » differences with the native hair, spots will less growth than others
» and
» » such)
» »
» » But in any case this is what a good transplant looks like…the problem
» is
» » what happens when you progress down the norwood scale, i dont know how
» long
» » will it take with the help of propecia or avodart 3-5-1-15 years?who
» » knows…if we could fast forward to the future we could see what these
» » trasplants would look like and if another technology will come out to
» » expand the donor
» »
» » What people dont understand is that it takes far less grafts to create
» the
» » illusion of density in the front than it takes in the back…if you take
» a
» » nw6 and try to to give him full density in the crown it will never ever
» » happen due to the patterns that hair naturally grow there(swirls etc)
» and
» » you will just waste all his donor…the front is far easier…how will
» » these dense nw1 transplants handle future loss…well if in doubt trust
» » your gut instict
» »
» » Another thing to consider…did this guy started propecia after the
» » procedure because all his hair look stronger than before and his
» midscalp
» » is thicker
»
» I receieved a brochure from a hair transplant doc in Denver who was one of
» the best in his field, about 12 yrs ago and he quit the business in
» disgust
»
» he was disillusioned not by the quality of his transplants , which was
» good, but by seeing guys 15 yrs later who he had transplanted, himself, and
» they looked terrible and there was nothing he could do about it, their
» donor hair was not sufficient to fix it
»
» the guys with crown transplants had developed a HALO effect, around the
» crown, which you never see discussed here, since the crown continued to
» bald, the rest had odd frontal hairlines
»
» he said they would have been much better off to go naturally bald
»
» all you see in this site is discussions and pics of the before and after
» TODAY, which looks great
»
» that is irrelevant if the guys continue to bald rapidly

I did see Jotronic’s pics, 7 years post op and still looking just as good as ever. If someone has enough body hair as reserves, I don’t think this is as big a risk unless he is going for an Elvis hairline :slight_smile:

this guy used up 4000 grafts, he very likely has another 4000 to spare from his scalp. His front and top is mostly done already I think he will be ok if mix up body hair and scalp hair to fill in the areas on top and in the crown if he needs it one day.