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Dr. SanFri Oct-21-05 12:24 PM
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"800 FUSE + 30 BH grafts -Dr. A -Pictures"
Fri Oct-21-05 12:25 PM by Dr. San

  

          

Recently, we had a repeat visit from a patient that, I think, presents some interesting aspects of hair transplant and results by the FUSE techniques.

The patient underwent an 800 scalp grafts procedure in mid- June.
The grafts were transplanted in the front hairline areas.
The patient has moderate but robust body hair growth.
As per our clinic policy, he was offered a small number of complimentary body hair grafts, that were transplanted in a demarcated area of the patients choice.

This approach is, in our opinion, helpful for the patient.
He can see the resultant growth of the body hair grafts for himself.

This helps him make a decision, were he to suffer significantly more hair loss, whether to use body hair grafts in conjunction with scalp grafts.

In his recent visit, which was at just 3.5 months post procedure, he noticed a remarkably quick hair regrowth.


Before



After

Best regards,
Dr. Sangay C.B.
I have trained and work at Dr. A's clinic as a hair restoration surgeon.
However, my opinions and advise need not be shared by Dr. A.
www.fusehair.com
hairadvise101@yahoo.com

  

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RE: 800 FUSE + 30 BH grafts -Dr. A -Pictures
Oct 21st 2005
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Body donor picture
Oct 21st 2005
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      RE: Body donor picture
Oct 21st 2005
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           RE: Body donor picture
Oct 21st 2005
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           RE: Body donor picture
Oct 21st 2005
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           RE: Body donor picture
Oct 22nd 2005
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Hair angles
Oct 21st 2005
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FUE or strip
Oct 22nd 2005
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RE: 800 FUSE + 30 BH grafts -Dr. A -Pictures
Oct 24th 2005
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Dr. SanFri Oct-21-05 12:38 PM
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#1. "RE: 800 FUSE + 30 BH grafts -Dr. A -Pictures"
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Fri Oct-21-05 12:44 PM by Dr. San

  

          

These are some close up pictures.
He was given 30 body hair grafts.
The grafts were placed in the outlined area on the picture.

A closer veiw of the recipient area BEFORE



This is the AFTER picture


Best regards,
Dr. Sangay C.B.
I have trained and work at Dr. A's clinic as a hair restoration surgeon.
However, my opinions and advise need not be shared by Dr. A.
www.fusehair.com
hairadvise101@yahoo.com

  

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Dr. SanFri Oct-21-05 12:42 PM
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#2. "Body donor picture"
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This is the picture of the body donor area at 3.5 months approx.




Best regards,
Dr. Sangay C.B.
I have trained and work at Dr. A's clinic as a hair restoration surgeon.
However, my opinions and advise need not be shared by Dr. A.
www.fusehair.com
hairadvise101@yahoo.com

  

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marcoFri Oct-21-05 02:32 PM
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#3. "RE: Body donor picture"
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I can not see that anyone can argue with the body of work that you are presenting. Surely it must be accepted that your technique works very well. I do have a general question for Dr.A. I understand that his philosophy is to angle the hair forward. He has stated this several times. Dr. Cole sugests going with the direction of the existing villous or remaining hair. This is a question of artistry and I am interested to know Dr.As view on this. What is clear is that the essential technique of Dr. A is robust!

  

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Dr. ArvindFri Oct-21-05 04:44 PM
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>I can not see that anyone can argue with the body of work
>that you are presenting. Surely it must be accepted that your
>technique works very well. I do have a general question for
>Dr.A. I understand that his philosophy is to angle the hair
>forward. He has stated this several times. Dr. Cole sugests
>going with the direction of the existing villous or remaining
>hair. This is a question of artistry and I am interested to
>know Dr.As view on this. What is clear is that the essential
>technique of Dr. A is robust!

Dear Marco,
Hair angulation is a study by itself.
Different patients and situations require different approaches.

I can broadly divide the situations into 2 broad categories.

Category 1- Where the patient has his own hair, even if it has started thinning. (or where the extent of hair loss is minimal to moderate).
In such cases, the recipient sites are made matching the angles and direction of the pre existing hair.
Some patients have hair pointing in different directions on different parts of their frontal and hairline areas. Where these hair are the patient's natural hair growth, we retain the angles and directions chosen by nature in that place.
We do not aim for a hyper acute angulation in such patients.
We make the recipient sites matching the surrounding hair growth.

Category 2- a.Where the patient has extensive hair loss. NW6
b.Where the patient does not want to place too many grafts due to economic reasons but still wishes to get the best possible coverage.
c.Where the hair and skin characteristics, as well as the lack of donor availability, are such that good coverage can not be attained otherwise.
In such cases, there is usually no remaining hair in the recipient area. Moreover, a large area needs to be covered with a limited number of grafts.
In such a scenario, we have found that placing the grafts at a hyperacute angulation, gives a better value to the patient in terms of actual coverage as well as aesthetics.

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In addition to these scenarios, there are situations in repair of a transplant where one has to decide in which direction to place the new grafts in between the previous grafts.

I will try to illustrate my points with a few 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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Dr. ArvindFri Oct-21-05 04:53 PM
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#5. "RE: Body donor picture"
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For example, the patient discussed at the following thread got 3000 grafts placed at some other clinic.

http://www.hairsite4.com/dc/dcboard.php?az=show_topic&forum=12&topic_id=24908&mode=full

Such a patient with extensive hairloss and minimal donor hair availability has acheived less coverage because of the inappropriate hair angulations.
If the hair had been placed at a more acute angles, the patient would have been able to acheive more coverage.

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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TheRealSlimShadySat Oct-22-05 03:12 AM
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#7. "RE: Body donor picture"
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Yes you can clearly see the yield there. Would be nicer if it were a 1500 2000 grafts procedure.

  

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Dr. ArvindFri Oct-21-05 05:07 PM
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#6. "Hair angles"
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These are pictures of another of our patients.
He is 1 year post his surgery.
The hair were transplanted at angles mimicking those of the surrounding vellus hair.
In his case, the grafts were not placed at a hyperacute angulation.

The graft angulation, therefore, depends on many factors.
Hair availability, characteristics and patient requirements are some of them.






Please let me know if you have additional queries.

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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TheRealSlimShadySat Oct-22-05 03:13 AM
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#8. "FUE or strip"
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Dr. A, is this strip or fue ?

  

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righteranyMon Oct-24-05 04:01 PM
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#9. "RE: 800 FUSE + 30 BH grafts -Dr. A -Pictures"
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Mon Oct-24-05 04:01 PM by righterany

  

          

Thats quite early noticeable growth there. In the 800 graft patient I mean.
Whats it you people are doing to those grafts?
Dipping them in protein growth supplements.
Not that I mind early growth.

1st session - 300 FUSE grafts by Dr. A.
Excellent yeild
1500 more grafts placed in my crown - April 06.
http://www.hairsite4.com/dc/dcboard.php?az=show_topic&forum=12&topic_id=29785&mode=full

  

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