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#1

What are you peoples’ opinions on this area of mine after a little over 3 months?


#2

Heliflyer,

I admit when I looked at the original post about this work by Dr. Umar it worried me. I think you have to look at it like this.

There is a lot going on at 3 months follicles comming through and causing bumps pimples and other problems and also it’s a bit early.

I would give it 4.5 months in your particular case based on what you have shown and the basic features of the transplant will be a lot clearer.

There is a question about the angulation but I think, leave it for a month or two more before being concirned.

BTW, I am on a business trip from today so I won’t see the banter for a while.

All the best and let it be for now.


#3

Honestly I think it looks a bit odd. When I first saw your pics I thought you were a repair patient.


#4

» Honestly I think it looks a bit odd. When I first saw your pics I thought
» you were a repair patient.

In what way do you think it looks odd?


#5

» What are you peoples’ opinions on this area of mine after a little over 3
» months?
»
»

I have a couple of question heliflyer

  1. Are you a helicopter pilot.
  2. Have you had previous work in that area. I do not know your history.
  3. What was the number.
    4 What types of grafts BHT, etc.
  4. Was it an SE? FUE?, etc.
  5. Is this the crown?

#6

» I have a couple of question heliflyer
»
» 1. Are you a helicopter pilot.
» 2. Have you had previous work in that area. I do not know your history.
» 3. What was the number.
» 4 What types of grafts BHT, etc.
» 5. Was it an SE? FUE?, etc.
» 6. Is this the crown?

This is the crown and top center of the head. There were some hairs in this area from previous surgeries prior to the last, but the crown and top center were for the most part, mostly bald. I had work done in the frontal area also.

I had hybrid FUE /BHT done a little over three months ago to further thicken the frontal area and fill in, more, the crown and top center of my head.

I believe the total was a little over 3500.

This thread was the original one with more pictures and some more information.

http://www.hairsite4.com/dc/dcboard.php?az=show_mesg&forum=12&topic_id=54105&mesg_id=54267&page=


#7

what did your Doc say ?


#8

» what did your Doc say ?

He says it’s fine. Hopefully as time progreses it will fill in nicely. As long as it fills in at the crown and top center I’m not too terribly concerned with angulation being exactly perfect at all spots. I’m not saying it’s not going to be, but if it’s not I don’t think it’s as much of an issue in these locations as it would be in the front and hairline. Fortunately I haven’t lost my temples nor hairline, and as long as I can get some more coverage at the crown and top center areas of the head I will be content.

I will be visiting my Dr again very soon, and will have more of an idea of future expectations after that time.

Thank you all for your comments and opinions.


#9

Ok, now that I got some info… I can definitely see the grafts. I colored coded some examples:

Green: depicts some, not all of the grafts… They are buds… Good sign at this point. (one of the arrows of the blue has a green arm. error)

Blue: depicts the native hair and borders the transplant. A tiny blue line near the bottom of the picture was supposed to be a different color depicting an irritated area or pimple.

Red: depicts mild pitting from a previous transplant. Not all are marked.

All and all this is typical for 3 months post op and especially of BHT. Looks good. Where did they get the grafts?


#10

» Ok, now that I got some info… I can definitely see the grafts. I colored
» coded some examples:
»
» Green: depicts some, not all of the grafts… They are buds… Good sign
» at this point. (one of the arrows of the blue has a green arm. error)
»
» Blue: depicts the native hair and borders the transplant. A tiny blue line
» near the bottom of the picture was supposed to be a different color
» depicting an irritated area or pimple.
»
» Red: depicts mild pitting from a previous transplant. Not all are
» marked.
»
»
»
» All and all this is typical for 3 months post op and especially of BHT.
» Looks good. Where did they get the grafts?

Thank you very much for taking your time and giving your diagram and opinion. My grafts were taken from the sides and back of my head and body hair was taken from armpit and leg areas.

Thanks once again for your comments. I’ll post more pictures in the next several months or whenever I see significant change from this picture.


#11

» » Ok, now that I got some info… I can definitely see the grafts. I
» colored
» » coded some examples:
» »
» » Green: depicts some, not all of the grafts… They are buds… Good
» sign
» » at this point. (one of the arrows of the blue has a green arm. error)
» »
» » Blue: depicts the native hair and borders the transplant. A tiny blue
» line
» » near the bottom of the picture was supposed to be a different color
» » depicting an irritated area or pimple.
» »
» » Red: depicts mild pitting from a previous transplant. Not all are
» » marked.
» »
» »
»
» »
» » All and all this is typical for 3 months post op and especially of BHT.
»
» » Looks good. Where did they get the grafts?
»
» Thank you very much for taking your time and giving your diagram and
» opinion. My grafts were taken from the sides and back of my head and body
» hair was taken from armpit and leg areas.
»
» Thanks once again for your comments. I’ll post more pictures in the next
» several months or whenever I see significant change from this picture.

Body hair takes way longer to grow in i wouldnt expect much for only 3 months.


#12

Do you know if he put any 2 or 3-hair grafts there? I saw a few with 2-3 hair grafts that stood out in the pic but I am not sure.


#13

He had to have… I saw these too therapy.