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bhupinderFri Jan-14-05 01:44 PM
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"Dr. A's Clinic- introducing myself- pics"


          

Hi,
I shall be helping out with postings at hairsite for Dr.A
I am not a doctor.
As my first post allow me to post a picture.
The picture was taken in May 2004. The patient is a diffuse thinner and had hair transplanted on left side of the hairline- 400 FUHT grafts in May 2003.
He came for 3000 grafts.

  

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the before pic
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the after pic- 3400 grafts
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RE: the after pic- 3400 grafts
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RE: the after pic- 3400 grafts
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We need better before and afters.
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RE: the after pic- 3400 grafts
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      RE: the after pic- 3400 grafts
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           RE: the after pic- 3400 grafts
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           RE: the after pic- 3400 grafts
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                RE: the after pic- 3400 grafts
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RE: the before pic
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      RE: the before pic
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           This is a strip ?
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           RE: the before pic
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                RE: the before pic
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                     some more pics-hairline
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                          MY new hairline, etc. HAPPY NEW YEAR!!
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                          RE: Sofarsogood
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                               crown work- pics
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                                    RE: crown work- pics
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                                    RE: crown work- pics
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                                         Duck- one more answer
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                                              RE: Duck- one more answer
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                                    RE: crown work- pics
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                          hair pulled back pic
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                               RE: hair pulled back pic
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                               RE: hair pulled back pic
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bhupinderFri Jan-14-05 01:45 PM
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#1. "the before pic"
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Forgot to post the picture.
Here it is

  

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bhupinderFri Jan-14-05 04:47 PM
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#2. " the after pic- 3400 grafts"
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Fri Jan-14-05 04:50 PM by bhupinder

          

This is what he looks like today.
He is a happy man but has been progressing with his hair loss in the back/crown. He has come for more work in that region.
(but that's for later).
He got 3000 grafts transplanted in May 2004.
A total of 3400 grafts till now.
This is a picture of his in Jan 2005.

  

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High Five ClubFri Jan-14-05 05:16 PM
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#3. "RE: the after pic- 3400 grafts"
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Not bad. I wouldn't mind seeing his hair all brushed back with the hairline exposed though.

HFC

  

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orribleFri Jan-14-05 05:56 PM
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#4. "RE: the after pic- 3400 grafts"
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was he a defuse thinner? in the before picture his hair looked a little thin but certainly not bald? i couldnt see a nw classification for him.

  

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SunjamFri Jan-14-05 07:57 PM
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#6. "We need better before and afters."
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Fri Jan-14-05 07:59 PM by Sunjam

          

I mean, why take a bad picture a an HT unless your hiding something?

Show the hairline up close under good lighting so the HT can be properly evaluated by your potential clients please.

I'm speaking to all PRs and HT doctors, not just Dr. A

Thanks,
Sunjam

  

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Dr.L.JagadeshFri Jan-14-05 07:41 PM
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#5. "RE: the after pic- 3400 grafts"
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i like to have fue in stages .kindly let me know how to proceed

tell me more about having hair transplant in stages

  

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Dens1Fri Jan-14-05 09:19 PM
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#7. "RE: the after pic- 3400 grafts"
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I cannot really notice his before status, because of the quality of the pic, I wonder why the skin on top of his head is so much darker than his other skin. Was his hair buzz-cut in the mid part?

  

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ixanFri Jan-14-05 10:10 PM
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#8. "RE: the after pic- 3400 grafts"
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He was quite bald in the before picture, no ?

  

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KaPtAiN KaNgArOoFri Jan-14-05 10:24 PM
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#9. "RE: the after pic- 3400 grafts"
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>I cannot really notice his before status, because of the
>quality of the pic, I wonder why the skin on top of his head
>is so much darker than his other skin. Was his hair buzz-cut
>in the mid part?

the top picture looks funny, i never seen someone thinning like that just looks weird to me...i dont know

  

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JeepGUYFri Jan-14-05 11:35 PM
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#12. "RE: the after pic- 3400 grafts"
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It's diffuse thinning similar to Muscleboy's picture, (the third one)

www.angelfire.lycos.com/ny5/hairpics

JG

  

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gillenatorFri Jan-14-05 10:33 PM
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#10. "RE: the before pic"
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He appears to be in a Norwood class 4a or 5a. Very diffused thinning pattern. Possibly the patient can do more after pics with the hairline showing its commencement and design.

Gillenator

I am not a doctor; all opinions shared are not medical advice but my own views. Contributing Physicians: Dr. Glenn Charles, Dr. Jim DeYarman, Dr. Paul Rose, Dr. Ron Shapiro, Dr. Christian Bisanga, Drs. Bob True & Bob Dorin

  

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Dens1Fri Jan-14-05 11:34 PM
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#11. "RE: the before pic"
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It´s needless to say that the after picture is really impressing and shows great work.
I still don´t know what the patient´s starting position was as he apparently wore his hair at different lenghts in the before pic.

  

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JeepGUYFri Jan-14-05 11:35 PM
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#13. "This is a strip ?"
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This is a strip ?

JG

  

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ETERNAL HOPESat Jan-15-05 12:44 AM
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#14. "RE: the before pic"
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Sat Jan-15-05 12:45 AM by ETERNAL HOPE

  

          

>It´s needless to say that the after picture is really
>impressing and shows great work.
>I still don´t know what the patient´s starting position was as
>he apparently wore his hair at different lenghts in the before
>pic.


The differing lengths are no doubt due to the diffuse nature from his "before" status. The sparse stage cannot support any decent length to speak of, as the hair is "fly away" and would generally produce a non desireable combover. The density of his current hair is such, that this length is cosmetically acceptable. What is the FU/cm2 coverage of this patient?



Ciao!




  

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Mr FrodoSat Jan-15-05 02:05 AM
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#15. "RE: the before pic"
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You can't tell how good the work is unless you see the hairline. It could be all plugs underneath.

Frodo

  

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bhupinderSat Jan-15-05 04:10 AM
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#16. "some more pics-hairline"
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Dear Dr. Jagadesh,
Please mail your pics to poswalarvind@yahoo.co.in along with your requirements.
Its perfectly possible to get FUSE/fue done in short stages. That is one of the benefits of the technique. The procedure can be performed in as many stages as the patient wants.

A few more pics follow






  

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SofarsogoodSat Jan-15-05 01:16 PM
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#17. "MY new hairline, etc. HAPPY NEW YEAR!!"
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Sat Jan-15-05 01:22 PM by Sofarsogood

  

          

Gentlemen,

After 13 or 14 strips over 15 years or so…
I am finally happy with my doc's HT work here in Hollyweird.
ALL STRIPS FELLAS!!!

Here is a shot from LAST WEEK of me and my friend's daughter Emma at my house here in LA…

I’m the "hairy" guy on the left… how’s my hair looking brothers???
If I had a virgin scalp again, I would go to Mother India with a bag of money and get some FUE from Doc A.

Maybe next year…
I AM NOT IN THE HAIR BUSINESS!!!
Please see more pix here on Hairsite under "Sofarsogood".



Hair peace. Bed peace.

  

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Dr. ArvindSat Jan-15-05 01:57 PM
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#18. "RE: Sofarsogood"
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A very Happy 2005 to you too Sofarsogood.
You look better in each new pic you post.
That's all a person could ask for as far as hair are concerned.

Dr.(Capt) Arvind Poswal
Dr. A's Clinic,
A-9,First Floor,
C.R. Park, (Near Nehru Place),
New Delhi-110019, India. www.fusehair.com
e-mail: poswalarvind@yahoo.co.in
Ph- 91-011-26274368,91-098-101-78062
Timings-10a.m.to 5p.m
Scalp & Body hair transplants.

  

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Dr. ArvindSat Jan-15-05 02:18 PM
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#19. "crown work- pics"
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Sat Jan-15-05 02:21 PM by Dr. Arvind

          

Thanks for compiling the pics Bhupinder.

The patient is difficult to classify in any particular stage.
More like diffuse thinning 4/5 when he came initially (2 years back)and progressing (in terms of hairloss) over time.
Many a times, we get such patients who want to get hair transplanted before they get totally bald.
This patient is one of them.
Due to timely repeat sessions he has been able to avoid the scenario where he first became bald and then had gone for a hair transplant.

This time we have strengthened the hairline a bit more to compensate for the natural hair loss with time.
In addition most of the work has been performed in the whorl area at back.
The difference between the previously worked upon area and the area where the crown hair transplant will be performed this time (marked by black outline) can be seen in the following pics.







Regards,
Dr.A

Dr.(Capt) Arvind Poswal
Dr. A's Clinic,
A-9,First Floor,
C.R. Park, (Near Nehru Place),
New Delhi-110019, India. www.fusehair.com
e-mail: poswalarvind@yahoo.co.in
Ph- 91-011-26274368,91-098-101-78062
Timings-10a.m.to 5p.m
Scalp & Body hair transplants.

  

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DuckSat Jan-15-05 04:18 PM
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#20. "RE: crown work- pics"
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Sat Jan-15-05 04:20 PM by Duck

          

Dr. A what are your feelings about crown work on certain patients? Would you restore his crown to match up with the rest of the hair density? Or is it basic case by case situation?.Is he on medical treatmemts for further loss? And do you take a patients age into consideration? And of course donor resources. I am curious about your approach.

  

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Dr. ArvindSat Jan-15-05 04:50 PM
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#21. "RE: crown work- pics"
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Dear Duck,
Crown density acheivable depends on a lot many factors.
The most important one being the amount of donor available.
With availability of body hair, I think we may be able to restore the crown to the same density as other areas in most patients.
(Of course, you have to have sufficient body hair for us to use).
Regards,
Dr.A

Dr.(Capt) Arvind Poswal
Dr. A's Clinic,
A-9,First Floor,
C.R. Park, (Near Nehru Place),
New Delhi-110019, India. www.fusehair.com
e-mail: poswalarvind@yahoo.co.in
Ph- 91-011-26274368,91-098-101-78062
Timings-10a.m.to 5p.m
Scalp & Body hair transplants.

  

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Dr. ArvindSat Jan-15-05 05:18 PM
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#22. "Duck- one more answer"
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Sat Jan-15-05 05:19 PM by Dr. Arvind

          

The patient in pics in not on any medicines by his personal choice.

Dr.(Capt) Arvind Poswal
Dr. A's Clinic,
A-9,First Floor,
C.R. Park, (Near Nehru Place),
New Delhi-110019, India. www.fusehair.com
e-mail: poswalarvind@yahoo.co.in
Ph- 91-011-26274368,91-098-101-78062
Timings-10a.m.to 5p.m
Scalp & Body hair transplants.

  

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DuckSat Jan-15-05 05:47 PM
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#23. "RE: Duck- one more answer"
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Sat Jan-15-05 05:48 PM by Duck

          

Dr. A thanks for answers. One more question. At this patients current state. What would you estimate graft # to acheive very good coverage in his crown area? I think because he has a good amount of hair in the area he can acheive a great result with just head donor?? Thanks

  

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#24. "RE: crown work- pics"
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From these pics, it would appear that the patient may only need no more than 1200 grafts to restore his crown to sufficient density. Dr. A, what amount of FU's would you recommend to suffice in this case?



Ciao!

  

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Mr FrodoSat Jan-15-05 10:33 PM
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#25. "hair pulled back pic"
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Thanks for the picture.

I am not sure what to make of the one with hair pulled back. It looks a bit odd. Perhaps that has to do with the fact that you are trying to maximize coverage with a certain no. of grafts.

Dr. Arvind, I can't tell you how much I appreciate your efforts and for being so upfront with all of us.

Frodo

  

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Dr. ArvindSun Jan-16-05 11:32 AM
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#26. "RE: hair pulled back pic"
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Sun Jan-16-05 11:34 AM by Dr. Arvind

          

The no.s to be put in the crown in such a case depends on the
1. Existing speed of hair loss
2. Existing no. of terminal hair
3. Skin hair contrast
4. the direction of the transplanted hair
5. patient's specific requirements.

One can aim for the max no.s or the bare minimum leaving the rest of the donor for future use.
That will range from 400 to 1200 grafts.
Regards,
Dr.A

Dr.(Capt) Arvind Poswal
Dr. A's Clinic,
A-9,First Floor,
C.R. Park, (Near Nehru Place),
New Delhi-110019, India. www.fusehair.com
e-mail: poswalarvind@yahoo.co.in
Ph- 91-011-26274368,91-098-101-78062
Timings-10a.m.to 5p.m
Scalp & Body hair transplants.

  

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High Five ClubMon Jan-17-05 10:23 PM
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#27. "RE: hair pulled back pic"
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Mon Jan-17-05 10:38 PM by High Five Club

          

I can tell this is a hair transplant when the hair is brushed back.

HFC

  

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