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bhupinderMon Jun-27-05 10:18 AM
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"2400 FU grafts- Pictures of the result- Dr. A's clinic"
Mon Jun-27-05 10:19 AM by bhupinder

          

The patient had

Thin straight hair

Fair skin & black hair.

These factors poses a challenge for satisfactory hair restoration.

However, with the use of proper hair graft angulations and closely packed hair grafts, a remarkable improvement was achieved with a mere 2400 grafts in the frontal area.

The pictures follow



18 months (and 2400 grafts) later


Details of the patients procedure can be read at
http://www.fusehair.com//F2.htm





  

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Good work - keep it up
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a fair comparison
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bhupinderMon Jun-27-05 10:22 AM
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#1. "Hairline close up Picture"
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A picture of extreme close up of hairline.
Clean exit sites (no pitting or cobblestoning) go a long way in ensuring the natural looks of the resultant hairline.


  

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shavozMon Jun-27-05 01:16 PM
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#2. "RE: Hairline close up Picture?!?"
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mmmm....i wonder if it is possible to add a close up picture
of hairline from someone who didnot have HT?!?!

Thanks.

  

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bhupinderMon Jun-27-05 01:48 PM
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#3. "RE: Hairline close up Picture?!?"
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>
>
>mmmm....i wonder if it is possible to add a close up picture
>of hairline from someone who didnot have HT?!?!
>
>Thanks.
>

Yes! it is possible.
But then the clinic will have to have the capability to live up to such precise work.
We, at Dr. A's clinics value naturalness above all else. It is not easy to accomplish such clean hairlines.

  

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shavozMon Jun-27-05 02:11 PM
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#5. "RE: Hairline close up Picture?!?"
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Someone didnot understand the other....
i need to see some close up pictures oF pepole who dont have HT
in order to make a comparison.
for me this picture looks fine.it is just that i dont often see
pictures of natural hair line

Thanks in advance.

  

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bhupinderMon Jun-27-05 05:31 PM
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#6. "RE: Hairline close up Picture?!?"
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>
>Someone didnot understand the other....
>i need to see some close up pictures oF pepole who dont have
>HT
>in order to make a comparison.
>for me this picture looks fine.it is just that i dont often
>see
>pictures of natural hair line
>
>Thanks in advance.
>

Well! here are a few of extreme close up pictures of hairlines (other patients) done at our clinic. All clean exits and natural looks and angles.
Later, I will try and shoot some extreme close up of some hairlines where no HT has been done.

HAIRLINE CLOSE
UP



HAIRLINE - another
view


http://www.hairsite4.com/dc/dcboard.php?az=show_topic&forum=12&topic_id=21091&mode=full


Extreme close up a repair hairline.


http://www.hairsite4.com/dc/dcboard.php?az=show_topic&forum=12&topic_id=21759&mode=full

  

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raj paulMon Jun-27-05 02:05 PM
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#4. "RE: 2400 FU grafts- Pictures of the result- Dr. A's clinic"
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Bhupinder,
Is this guy of Indian origin?
Was his procedure FUE or strip?
and what was the FU density in this hairline?

Good work once again by Dr.A.

  

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bhupinderMon Jun-27-05 05:38 PM
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#7. "RE: 2400 FU grafts- Pictures of the result- Dr. A's clinic"
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Mon Jun-27-05 05:51 PM by bhupinder

          

>Bhupinder,
>Is this guy of Indian origin?
>Was his procedure FUE or strip?
>and what was the FU density in this hairline?
>
>Good work once again by Dr.A.

His is a strip procedure.
I will have to check out what hairline density was planned in his case.

Here's another picture of the person.
The front area has been totally created by hair transplants.



He visited the clinic some time back for transplanting in the crown area. Over the past year he has been losing hair in the crown. But that, as they say, is a different story.
Here's a picture from the back showing the crown area that was transplanted later.

  

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parableTue Jun-28-05 07:40 AM
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#8. "RE: 2400 FU grafts- Pictures of the result- Dr. A's clinic"
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I notice that all your patients tend to have this comb over look..
Is this due to the hyper acute angle placement technique?
Or is it an indian fad thing? Because quite frankly the style looks terrible...

Also do you place all grafts at this angle or only on those with extensive hairloss?
I'd prefer to have mine placed in the fashion that H&W or Alvi place their grafts...

  

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FranklinTue Jun-28-05 03:46 PM
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#10. "RE: 2400 FU grafts- Pictures of the result- Dr. A's clinic"
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Parable good question. I was just thinking same thing. Would like to see hairline style brushed strait back. And maybe other styles.

  

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raj paulTue Jun-28-05 04:05 PM
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#11. "RE: 2400 FU grafts- Pictures of the result- Dr. A's clinic"
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This hairline looks much better than some of the hairlines designed by Woods on his patients.

  

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FranklinTue Jun-28-05 04:17 PM
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#12. "RE: 2400 FU grafts- Pictures of the result- Dr. A's clinic"
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Tue Jun-28-05 04:19 PM by Franklin

  

          

Hey Raj who's talking Woods?????? Just a question can this guy have other styles that's all. You need numbers my friend to get the great looking hairlines. Fortunatly I was able to see 3 former patients that had the amount of numbers done to get the results. I can tell you this if you ever met Woods lawyer and saw his hairline same style looks way better than this. Oh well just giving opinions.

  

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ixanTue Jun-28-05 08:55 PM
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#15. "RE: 2400 FU grafts- Pictures of the result- Dr. A's clinic"
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>Just a question can this
>guy have other styles that's all.

That s not a fair question. No doctor in the world can give this guy the luxury of different styles with only 2400 grafts. He was at least a norwood 4.

  

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#13. "RE: 2400 FU grafts- Pictures of the result- Dr. A's clinic"
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No, don't like this at all.

Forward graft angulation at the hairline looks "wrong" and the density is very, very thin.

So far all of Dr A's patients have what one poster described as a "hair on a coconut" appearance. I really want to be proved wrongh by Dr A as he is a great poster and his prices are right, BUT....

I'm still waiting to see the results. This is, frankly, very poor.

  

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#14. "RE: 2400 FU grafts- Pictures of the result- Dr. A's clinic"
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Actually it looks pretty good for someone who looked like a norwood 4 before. I think you are mistakened, the picture with the wrong angulation is from another patient who needed repair work.

  

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ericgomesTue Jun-28-05 10:48 AM
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#9. "Good work - keep it up"
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Given the extent of hairloss and the limited number of grafts, the results are simply great.
The trademark natural look, even in the close up of hairline, is what sets Dr. A above many others.
I am sure the patient would be very happy with his results.

Keep up the good work.

Repair HT with 1100 FUHT grafts,2080+ FUSE(fue) grafts + 100 leg hair grafts for DEM by Dr.A. I have appeared on live tv show after HT.
http://www.geocities.com/ericgomes2000/

E-mail superman_1971@indiatimes.com

  

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bhupinderWed Jun-29-05 06:06 AM
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#16. "A word about angulations"
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Wed Jun-29-05 06:07 AM by bhupinder

          

I think there is an avoidable confusion about the angles of hair growth.
There is more to hyperacute angulation than what seems to have been understood.
As can be seen from the close up picture of the hairline, the angle of the hair to the scalp skin is nearer 80 to 90 degrees.

It took me a better part of an hour to understand the intricacies of the hyperacute angulation from Dr.A .

I will leave it to him to explain in detail about the hyperacute angulation principle.

The patient was a NW 4/5 at the start.
He keeps his hair styled this way. It has nothing to do with the angle of graft placement.

  

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#17. "a fair comparison"
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I think a fair comparison would be to compare the results of the above patients 2400 grafts to this patient who received 3000 grafts in a similar area from a top doctor of beverly hills.



Having met a number of Dr. A's patients in person, I can vouch for the extreme care he devotes to results that make sure that no other person will ever say "hey is that a hair transplant or what?"

Repair HT with 1100 FUHT grafts,2080+ FUSE(fue) grafts + 100 leg hair grafts for DEM by Dr.A. I have appeared on live tv show after HT.
http://www.geocities.com/ericgomes2000/

E-mail superman_1971@indiatimes.com

  

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bookiebasher33Sat Jul-02-05 07:40 PM
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#18. "RE: 2400 FU grafts- Pictures of the result- Dr. A's clinic"
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People have to realise that this guy had fine, straight black hair and only 2,400 grafts as a Norwood 4ish. The result is extremely good when compared to the results that the majority of people in this situation can realistically expect from HT.

It is obvious to me that a lot of people on these forums still 'don't get it' as far as HT is concerned.

If the guy had had light, thick, coarse, wavy hair, low skin/ hair contrast, etc, then I think you would have seen a WOW result with only 2,400 grafts.

The hairstyle displayed (i.e the comb across with side parting) is the stock hairtransplant hairstyle that many patients high up on the NW scale are forced to adopt after surgery in order to give the illusion of density and thickness.

I'm sorry guys, but that is the way it is with HT. YOU WON'T GET HOMERUN RESULTS WITHOUT EXCELLENT HAIR CHARACTERISTICS, PERIOD. No doctor can work miracles, not H&W, not Armani, no-one.

Good work, Dr A.

  

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#19. "RE: 2400 FU grafts- Pictures of the result- Dr. A's clinic"
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Very well said bookie, that is about as good as you can put it to help people understand !!!

  

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#20. "RE: 2400 FU grafts- Pictures of the result- Dr. A's clinic"
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"I think a fair comparison would be to compare the results of the above patients 2400 grafts to this patient who received 3000 grafts in a similar area from a top doctor of beverly hills."

No, I don't think it's a fair comparison at all. The Arvind patient is an apparent NW 4, while the comparison photo looks like a NW 6 or 7 (before surgery). Big difference! Big difference in hairstyles, too. Too many differeences.

I agree with Bookiebasher, it is VERY hard (and probably not a good idea) to compare different patients, because you are almost always comparing apples and oranges. Few comparisons are done with patients having EXACT same characteristics, making the comparison fairly useless. Results of 1000 grafts from "Patient A" will basically never equal 1000 grafts from "Patient B"... EVEN WHEN IT'S DONE BY THE SAME DOC. Everyone wishes it was just a simple matter of picking the "magic" doctor... your unique characteistics will play a huge role in your results, no matter which doc you pic.

The best thing is to look for is consistently good yield, consistently natural results etc. in a doctor's pool of patients.

http://www.angelfire.com/indie/hairtransplant/

  

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#21. "RE: 2400 FU grafts- Pictures of the result- Dr. A's cli..."
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All,

>I agree with Bookiebasher, it is VERY hard (and probably not a
>good idea) to compare different patients, because you are
>almost always comparing apples and oranges. Few comparisons
>are done with patients having EXACT same characteristics,
>making the comparison fairly useless. Results of 1000
>grafts from "Patient A" will basically never equal 1000 grafts
>from "Patient B"... EVEN WHEN IT'S DONE BY THE SAME DOC.

>Everyone wishes it was just a simple matter of picking the
>"magic" doctor... your unique characteistics will play a huge
>role in your results, no matter which doc you pic.
>
>The best thing is to look for is consistently good yield,
>consistently natural results etc. in a doctor's pool of
>patients.

Arfy's point here is of the utmost importance for these forums and almost entirely ignored. A guy's hair characteristics are pretty much *everything* when it comes to the final result -- and that's taking for granted that one of the (very few) elite docs is doing the surgery...

I would go further than Arfy and say that comparing one guy's 1000 grafts to another's 1000 grafts is not merely "fairly useless," but in fact *utterly worthless.*

TheFittest


  

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