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Severe Baldness Addressed/H&W HD Video/Dr. Hasson/4365 Grafts/One Session/Strip


#1

This local patient came in with an obvious need for maximum coverage. His donor characteristics allowed for a significant cosmetic improvement with 4365 grafts in one session. The results shown are 7.5 months post-op and we are expecting further improvement with regards to volume and perceived coverage.

4365 Grafts

Singles…1577

Doubles…2448

3/4…340

H&W HD Video/Dr. Hasson/4365 Grafts/One Session/7.5 Months/Strip


#2

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#3

Videos are definitely more honest than pics, I also see that there is a certain theme to these recent hasson & wong videos, they are all near total bald older guys who have their hair restored in 1 sitting, very impressive.


#4

To be quite honest.

  1. It was a good job with coverage… it is what it is…cheers!
  2. It actually; in my opinion looks worse than the buzz look for his advancement in hairloss ie bald!
  3. Looks like the guy is thinning out and has a comb over
  4. If this is the best it gets… then a shaved head is more appealing… if this is the best it gets

#5

» To be quite honest.
»
» 1. It was a good job with coverage… it is what it is…cheers!
» 2. It actually; in my opinion looks worse than the buzz look for his
» advancement in hairloss ie bald!
» 3. Looks like the guy is thinning out and has a comb over
» 4. If this is the best it gets… then a shaved head is more appealing…
» if this is the best it gets

Unfortunately I agree. Great coverage for the number of grafts used on such a big space, but not an appealing look at the end of the day. That said, if this patient is committed to another surgery then this is a good stepping stone to a good result. He needs to lower his hairline by an inch (or more if possible) and just beef up some of those mid-scalp areas - then he’d look great, I’m sure. But as it is, this isn’t a stand-alone result - it looks like he has a (thin) piece perched on top of his head.


#6

Kudos to H&W for posting a realistic result for a patient with this much hair loss. Some people still just don’t quite get the message that you can’t take 10,000 - 20,000 hairs and put them where 50,000 hairs were and look like you did when you were 20. Sure there are some hand picked results we see over and over and over again, but they are the exception and not the norm. This is the big problem with the dense front loaded hairlines we see with the 20 somethings. What will they do when they are this patients age? Where will the donor come from when the party is over?

I’m sure the patient is quite happy with his result. He now has some hair.


#7

» Kudos to H&W for posting a realistic result for a patient with this much
» hair loss. Some people still just don’t quite get the message that you
» can’t take 10,000 - 20,000 hairs and put them where 50,000 hairs were and
» look like you did when you were 20. Sure there are some hand picked results
» we see over and over and over again, but they are the exception and not the
» norm. This is the big problem with the dense front loaded hairlines we see
» with the 20 somethings. What will they do when they are this patients age?
» Where will the donor come from when the party is over?
»
» I’m sure the patient is quite happy with his result. He now has some hair.

Topcat,

Kudos to you for seeing this result for what it is.

Look guys, I know this is not a result that looks like a full head of hair but honestly if anyone with similar loss to this cannot appreciate the dramatic change for this patient then you should forget surgical hair restoration all together because it simply does not get any better than this when dealing with this much loss, this head shape and this number of grafts. This patient has a very high forehead physically thus if we were to lower his hairline any further during the procedure then his goal of coverage would not have been met.

Don’t ever forget that we are always working with a limited amount of hair and we sometimes have to make compromises in one area to achieve our goals in others. Personally, as a former bald guy myself ( repair NW6 patient) I think this is a great result. The patient now has the option for a second procedure so if he wants to lower his hairline later then that can now easily be done. That is one of the great things about this result; he now has options that before he could only dream about and because of this we have made a huge difference for this patient for the better in that he is no longer bald and looks MUCH better.

Thank you for your comments.


#8

» » Kudos to H&W for posting a realistic result for a patient with this much
» » hair loss. Some people still just don’t quite get the message that you
» » can’t take 10,000 - 20,000 hairs and put them where 50,000 hairs were
» and
» » look like you did when you were 20. Sure there are some hand picked
» results
» » we see over and over and over again, but they are the exception and not
» the
» » norm. This is the big problem with the dense front loaded hairlines we
» see
» » with the 20 somethings. What will they do when they are this patients
» age?
» » Where will the donor come from when the party is over?
» »
» » I’m sure the patient is quite happy with his result. He now has some
» hair.
»
» Topcat,
»
» Kudos to you for seeing this result for what it is.
»
» Look guys, I know this is not a result that looks like a full head of hair
» but honestly if anyone with similar loss to this cannot appreciate the
» dramatic change for this patient then you should forget surgical hair
» restoration all together because it simply does not get any better than
» this when dealing with this much loss, this head shape and this number of
» grafts. This patient has a very high forehead physically thus if we were to
» lower his hairline any further during the procedure then his goal of
» coverage would not have been met.
»
» Don’t ever forget that we are always working with a limited amount of hair
» and we sometimes have to make compromises in one area to achieve our goals
» in others. Personally, as a former bald guy myself ( repair NW6 patient) I
» think this is a great result. The patient now has the option for a second
» procedure so if he wants to lower his hairline later then that can now
» easily be done. That is one of the great things about this result; he now
» has options that before he could only dream about and because of this we
» have made a huge difference for this patient for the better in that he is
» no longer bald and looks MUCH better.
»
» Thank you for your comments.

agree with what joe has to say,makes good sense:)


#9

Im not here to bash, just give opinions.

  1. Again… it is great coverage, but it needs more. A proper hair line should give an illusion or sculp the face more. Its a great start, but i would not be satisfied if this was it… id rather be told this is what you will look like… so choose this… or shave head… shave my head is the ticket.

2.The problem that people will have is… their eyes will always be gravitating to his hair line… is it real? a comb over? Wig?

  1. final… it boils down to him really… if he’s happy who cares right?