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 firstname.lastname@example.org
#1. "RE: 3000 FUHT - 9 month update" In response to Reply # 0
Dr San, it is really hard to make a fair judgement on this result. This guy is clearly using a part that is farther to the left in the after pics than the before pics (combover). It makes it difficult to separate the gain from transplant or gain from the combover in the non-balding area.
Hairstyles must be consistent in before and after pics to fully evaluate.
#3. "RE: 3000 FUHT - 9 month update" In response to Reply # 2
It was a hurried photo follow up opportunity. I didnt get time to take detailed pictures in my preferred settings etc. The patient will visit us later this year and I will remember to take pictures with more different angles and parts at that time.
I work for Dr. A's Clinic. I am not a Physician. My opinions need not be shared by Dr. Arvind Poswal. www.fusehair.com
#4. "RE: 3000 FUHT - 9 month update" In response to Reply # 3
In all fairness to Dr. A, if you simply use the part side hair to cover the top, it would look like a very thin comb over. This does not. It is apparent to me that the patient has finer hair and a much better overall cosmetic result in the post photos. This is a good result. 3000 grafts in this degree of hair loss is really a very thin density, but I think it was the right choice esepcially with the pre-existing hair. Going for a higher density might create shock loss. I think that Dr. A and Dr. San made the right choice and they have created a very natural result that appears fuller. Also, the photos are not taken at a frontal angle that hides the degree of thinning. The after shots are taken directly above the patient and they show a nice result.
I'd say that about 30% of patients would stop right here and do no more work unitl they loose more hair. With added density, this patient can hit a home run.