» Dear Readers,
» I feel that a part of the prospective patient’s research should include
» participating in such discussions.
» That way, they post comments based on their previous research and read the
» responses to know whether they are correct in their statements.
» So, I request you to post what you would think as the
» 1. hair transplant strategy, and,
» 2. The hair transplant design (hairline, temples, crown etc.).
» Dr. A
Dr A, hope things are going well!!
I hate to say this, but I honestly don’t believe this gentleman should get a transplant. He might be at the border of a NW6/7 now, but it sure looks like to me that he is definitely headed for NW7. He has thick strong donor hair, but it looks like his sides are already beginning to thin a lot.
Any temples that are built now could become an island as it looks like his temples are not done pushing back towards his ears.
As a true NW6 myself, I can tell you how incredibly difficult it is to get significant coverage on an area that big.
He needs to be advised of what a long-term commitment both financially and timewise it is that he is undertaking or he runs the risk of looking freakish if he stops prior to completing the surgeries. There was a patient of Dr Umar’s (true NW7) who did have a dusting (with no scalp hair) that a lot of people were very critical of. I thought he looked good and I am confident you can deliver similar results, but it is gonna get expensive. I think you also had a similar one.