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Joseph - 3000 FUHT grafts (5 month update) -Dr. A\'s Clinic


#1

Dear forum readers,
Patient’s nick name Joseph.
Joseph underwent 3000 strip FUHT graft procedure in April 2010.
He is happy with the progress
In this thread, we compile, pictures of the result.
Its a 5 month update.We expect futher increase in density in another 6 months.

Before pictures





After 5 month pictures



Strip donor area


#2

please saw us photos from the top of the head


#3

The close up looks fine but from a distance it looks a bit odd, maybe the hairline is too straight.


#4

» please saw us photos from the top of the head

Unfortunately, they did not take top view pictures as there was no work done in the crown area.
But I will remember to make it more strict to take top view as well as back view pictures in such patients too.
We did use to take them for most patients as you can see in the patient gallery section of our website.

Regards,
Dr. A


#5

» » please saw us photos from the top of the head
»
» Unfortunately, they did not take top view pictures as there was no work
» done in the crown area.
» But I will remember to make it more strict to take top view as well as
» back view pictures in such patients too.
» We did use to take them for most patients as you can see in the patient
» gallery section of our website.
»
» Regards,
» Dr. A

sorry, but that’s one the worst results i’ve ever seen…


#6

» » » please saw us photos from the top of the head
» »
» » Unfortunately, they did not take top view pictures as there was no work
» » done in the crown area.
» » But I will remember to make it more strict to take top view as well as
» » back view pictures in such patients too.
» » We did use to take them for most patients as you can see in the patient
» » gallery section of our website.
» »
» » Regards,
» » Dr. A
»
»
»
» sorry, but that’s one the worst results i’ve ever seen…

Dear bernieh,
This is an interim result for the first stage hair restoration of a NW 6 patient with extensive hairloss.

However, I would like to know the reasons for your opinion. Maybe, I could help clarify.
Regards,
Dr. A


#7

» » » » please saw us photos from the top of the head
» » »
» » » Unfortunately, they did not take top view pictures as there was no
» work
» » » done in the crown area.
» » » But I will remember to make it more strict to take top view as well
» as
» » » back view pictures in such patients too.
» » » We did use to take them for most patients as you can see in the
» patient
» » » gallery section of our website.
» » »
» » » Regards,
» » » Dr. A
» »
» »
» »
» » sorry, but that’s one the worst results i’ve ever seen…
»
» Dear bernieh,
» This is an interim result for the first stage hair restoration of a NW 6
» patient with extensive hairloss.
»
» However, I would like to know the reasons for your opinion. Maybe, I could
» help clarify.
» Regards,
» Dr. A

i just don’t think, that it looks naturally.


#8

i agree with you.very unnatural


#9

» i agree with you.very unnatural

Alright, I understand where the confusion is arising from.
While this patient is happy with the outcome so far, and in person it looks completely natural; it is also true that 3000 grafts would not suffice to cover all/most areas of his extensive hairloss.

To understand my point, its easy to compare this result to the one at
http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss/board_entry-id-73802.html
where the extent of hairloss is less and the grafts available in a single strip are sufficient to acheive all the goals in a single pass.

In Joseph’s case this is interim result for the first stage of his HT.

Regards,
Dr. A

P.S. - we try to post all types of results and not cherrypicked ones only. This helps to further patient awareness. I think this is for the good of all.