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Pats205

05.03.2009, 00:11
 

Dr. Sara Armani 4025 Fue Megasession (Hair Transplant)

The patient below had 4025 grafts with Dr. Sara Armani in Tornto using FUE for zones 1, 2, 3 and 4. The patient is 10 months post op in the after photos.

The patients goals were

1- Have a youthful looking hairline
2- Full temple closure
3- Restore his entire head from crown to hairline
4- Maximum coverage
5- No strip scar

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Before and after of donor area after 4025 grafts exctracted.

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commanderfink

05.03.2009, 01:50

@ Pats205

Dr. Sara Armani 4025 Fue Megasession

He def looks better however i think the result is kinda see through. I think in bright lights it wouldnt look so good. Also his donor site in the after seems a bit patchy. How old is he?




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cal

05.03.2009, 02:20

@ commanderfink

Dr. Sara Armani 4025 Fue Megasession

Yeah, his donor looks pretty heavily taxed. Maybe the tank isn't empty yet, but he's sure as hell not gonna get another 4000 grafts out of it.



His result will probably still thicken up some more though. 10 months is usually not the end of the line for improvement. I'd like to see it at 18 months.




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ash_p

05.03.2009, 02:36

@ cal

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wow looks really good. Really nice result in the front...the temples have been filled in nicely.

:-)



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fuzzo

05.03.2009, 02:47

@ ash_p

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not a bad result.




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sux2bme

05.03.2009, 03:13
(edited by sux2bme, 05.03.2009, 03:31)

@ Pats205

So this is what happens when you use a drill?

Man looking at those after photos of his donor makes me sick. Look at how moth eaten it looks after just 4000 grafts. Looks like a case of peripheral follicle destruction or shockloss cuz it shouldnt be all patchy like that. You can even see a thin patch in the first after pic right above his ear. So much for the average patient having 10-15,000 grafts...

I feel bad for this guy, 4000 grafts and he's still see through and his donor is pretty much finished now. This isnt right, he may not have a scar but thats unacceptable damage to his donor if you ask me... I will say that the recipient seems fine for the amount of grafts used.

Im sorry Pats maybe he's happy but I would not be happy with the donor area now... Thanks for the honest pics/lighting though...


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ixan

05.03.2009, 03:35

@ sux2bme

So this is what happens when you use a drill?

Man looking at those after photos of his donor makes me sick. Look at how
moth eaten it looks after just 4000 grafts. Looks like a case of peripheral
follicle destruction or shockloss cuz it shouldnt be all patchy like that.
You can even see a thin patch in the first after pic right above his ear.
So much for the average patient having 10-15,000 grafts...

I feel bad for this guy, 4000 grafts and he's still see through and his
donor is pretty much finished now. This isnt right, he may not have a scar
but thats unacceptable damage to his donor if you ask me... I will say that
the recipient seems fine for the amount of grafts used.

Im sorry Pats maybe he's happy but I would not be happy with the donor
area now... Thanks for the honest pics/lighting though...

Are we talking about the same photos? I couldn't tell a thing from the after photos, I wish he would buzz his hair shorter so that the donor would be more revealing.




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Pats205

05.03.2009, 03:40

@ ixan

So this is what happens when you use a drill?


Are we talking about the same photos? I couldn't tell a thing from the
after photos, I wish he would buzz his hair shorter so that the donor would
be more revealing.

When some are told how many grafts someone has had, especialy in the forum world, posters start "looking" for things to nit pick at. If this gentleman walked into a room and you were not told he had work done, you would never guess.



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cal

05.03.2009, 04:09

@ Pats205

So this is what happens when you use a drill?

That's true. He does not look like a HT patient in front, and the back is buzzed too short to even be hiding a strip scar. It's definitely a result that only massive amounts of FUE could offer.


I have nothing bad to say about the visible regrowth up top for 4000 grafts. If it thickens more in the next half year, it's gonna look pretty good. On par with good strip work for the number of grafts used.




As for the donor, it bears noting that the "after" pics are lower in contrast than the "before" ones. That will make the recipient area look better and the donor area will probably look worse.

To tell you the truth I don't think the donor pics are enough to judge. I think there's clearly a dent in the density in back, but not enough of a look presented here to call it great or awful. He's also got it buzzed so short that even moderate thinning would be prone to showing. Another centimeter of length in back would be a whole other story.



I still wouldn't do any more FUE work in back if I was him though.




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leong19

05.03.2009, 04:33

@ Pats205

Dr. Sara Armani 4025 Fue Megasession

I think for the amount of grafts he had done with the all the zones it covered...that the result looks great. This patient went into surgery with a good deal of hairloss and 10 months later looks great with a full head of hair. The hairline is undetectable which is a huge aspect as well.

Bottom line...the patient got back years to his youth and confidence. He should be happy.



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Peter25

05.03.2009, 04:46

@ leong19

Dr. Sara Armani 4025 Fue Megasession

I agree the recipient area looks good. More donor and intra-operative photos showing placement are always helpful.

His donor does not appear to look good from these photos. Is this an accurate depiction of how it really looks? Does appear moth eaten from here...



I think for the amount of grafts he had done with the all the zones it
covered...that the result looks great. This patient went into surgery with
a good deal of hairloss and 10 months later looks great with a full head of
hair. The hairline is undetectable which is a huge aspect as well.

Bottom line...the patient got back years to his youth and confidence. He
should be happy.



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sux2bme

05.03.2009, 05:11
(edited by sux2bme, 05.03.2009, 05:28)

@ Pats205

So this is what happens when you use a drill?

When some are told how many grafts someone has had, especialy in the forum
world, posters start "looking" for things to nit pick at. If this gentleman
walked into a room and you were not told he had work done, you would never
guess.

Thats not the point though Pats, I never said that someone would be able to tell he had work done. Your right, no one would. Why? because there's no scar, and we are trained to link scars with surgery.
Sure, to the untrained eye there's nothing strange about that at all, but to someone who's seen countless donor pics over the years, there IS something wrong with that picture...

My point is that he didnt have this issue until he had the surgery. Therefore it is evident that there has been some sort of transection or damage to the surrounding follicles that resulted in this uneveness/patchiness which is indicated by the photos you provided. This is not uncommon in the FUE world if extreme patience and precision is not excerised. Dr Woods as well as others have cautioned about this "devils halo" phenomenom many many times.

There is nothing patient nor precise about using a power drill punch on someones head, in my opinion. But if this is acceptable to you guys because it's still considered undetectable, then you've missed the point completely and i wish you well. Im just pointing out that it is still an unjustified waste of precious donor hair and that is not the way its supposed to look after 4000 grafts....Thats all im saying on this matter...




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hairwhereiwantit

05.03.2009, 05:35

@ leong19

Dr. Sara Armani 4025 Fue Megasession

I think for the amount of grafts he had done with the all the zones it
covered...that the result looks great. This patient went into surgery with
a good deal of hairloss and 10 months later looks great with a full head of
hair. The hairline is undetectable which is a huge aspect as well.

Bottom line...the patient got back years to his youth and confidence. He
should be happy.
I agree. Looks good. In my opinion the color of his hair sort of may give the illusion of thinness in some areas, but I dont think its because of over harvesting, I think its just his natural or unnatural hair color.



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Redman77

05.03.2009, 07:13

@ hairwhereiwantit

Dr. Sara Armani 4025 Fue Megasession

he's also a little on the pale side which shows more hairloss with hsi hair color. he should cut it a little shorter and get a tan, he should be str8 after that.


what is this talk of power drilling fue? does armani have a new technique pats? sounds painful




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05.03.2009, 08:08

@ Pats205

Dr. Sara Armani 4025 Fue Megasession

All in all, this is perfect proof for those who kept denying that fue can produce complete coverage and a full head of hair. Then it's back to the strip vs fue thingy with the previous posters. I love it when people say "it's almost as good as, or up to par with strip". Quite franky dr armani's fue results are turning out much better than strip results so I don't know where you get the "almost as good as strip" scenario.

This gentelman easily has another 4,000 grafts left in the bank. No scar. I repeat "No Scar". But let's do what some of us do best and search for something to nickpick on because this is an armani result and as we all know we know whats the deal behind that without saying.

Fact of the matter is this is ANOTHER great example of complete coverage using FUE provided by the armani clinic. Excellent work and wish the patient all the best.

By the way he will be at his 100% growth at 18 months...not 10 months. Time Multiply his density by 2 cause he's only half way there!




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JJ09

05.03.2009, 10:20

@ mj2003

Dr. Sara Armani 4025 Fue Megasession

I'm sure this patient is happy, it looks good, a video would have been nice however.



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Dev

05.03.2009, 13:47

@ sux2bme

what makes you think its becoz of drill

Dr. Woods noticed the devil's halo and he didnt use a drill. Atleast, he didnt say he did. What makes you think the donor looks motheaten due to use of a drill? Could be large punch size, uneven overharvesting or some other reason.




My point is that he didnt have this issue until he had the surgery.
Therefore it is evident that there has been some sort of transection or
damage to the surrounding follicles that resulted in this
uneveness/patchiness which is indicated by the photos you provided. This is
not uncommon in the FUE world if extreme patience and precision is not
excerised. Dr Woods as well as others have cautioned about this "devils
halo" phenomenom many many times.

There is nothing patient nor precise about using a power drill punch on
someones head, in my opinion. But if this is acceptable to you guys because
it's still considered undetectable, then you've missed the point completely
and i wish you well. Im just pointing out that it is still an unjustified
waste of precious donor hair and that is not the way its supposed to look
after 4000 grafts....Thats all im saying on this matter...



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ixan

05.03.2009, 17:24

@ Dev

what makes you think its becoz of drill

Dr. Woods noticed the devil's halo and he didnt use a drill. Atleast, he
didnt say he did. What makes you think the donor looks motheaten due to use
of a drill? Could be large punch size, uneven overharvesting or some other
reason.




My point is that he didnt have this issue until he had the surgery.
Therefore it is evident that there has been some sort of transection or
damage to the surrounding follicles that resulted in this
uneveness/patchiness which is indicated by the photos you provided. This
is
not uncommon in the FUE world if extreme patience and precision is not
excerised. Dr Woods as well as others have cautioned about this "devils
halo" phenomenom many many times.

There is nothing patient nor precise about using a power drill punch on
someones head, in my opinion. But if this is acceptable to you guys
because
it's still considered undetectable, then you've missed the point
completely
and i wish you well. Im just pointing out that it is still an
unjustified
waste of precious donor hair and that is not the way its supposed to
look
after 4000 grafts....Thats all im saying on this matter...

It's best that a video is provided, that will spare us a lot of the unnecessary debate, it is hard to tell from the photo, is that the lighting , the contrast or the way the pic is taken?




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wherediditgo

05.03.2009, 18:10

@ sux2bme

So this is what happens when you use a drill?

My point is that he didnt have this issue until he had the surgery.
Therefore it is evident that there has been some sort of transection or
damage to the surrounding follicles that resulted in this
uneveness/patchiness which is indicated by the photos you provided. This is
not uncommon in the FUE world if extreme patience and precision is not
excerised. Dr Woods as well as others have cautioned about this "devils
halo" phenomenom many many times.


I don't really think it's fair to call the after picture motheaten unless you're totally ignoring the before picture. Most of the thin areas are thin in the before picture. The hair is a different color. Since he has pale skin, he's always going to look like he has thin hair because he has much darker hair than to his skin. Additionally, it looks like some hairs have an absence of color causing the hair to be see-through.
His hair in the after picture also looks cleaner compared to the before picture, so the length may be shorter. This only magnifies the thinness he has in the before picture.

Do I think this is a good result? Not really. If the patient is happy, then why does it matter what I think.




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05.03.2009, 20:44

@ ixan

what makes you think its becoz of drill

I'm not really seeing the "moth-eaten" look you guys are referring to... It does appear that he has a slight natural wave in his hair that is making some portions of his hair appear lighter and some darker, but that's all I see.. This is also evident in the top-down photo.. Other than that, I see no signs of thinning in the donor..

I think this is pretty impressive for 4,000 grafts, he must be pretty happy with the result.. Especially for only 1 surgery and only being 10 months out...




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Reddog

05.03.2009, 20:53

@ Pats205

Dr. Sara Armani 4025 Fue Megasession

Considering the before pics, he looks really great. Im sure he's as happy as can be. I think its amazing how the entire head was restored!! Its probably safe to say not many doctors could pull that off....


The patient below had 4025 grafts with Dr. Sara Armani in Tornto using FUE
for zones 1, 2, 3 and 4. The patient is 10 months post op in the after
photos.

The patients goals were

1- Have a youthful looking hairline
2- Full temple closure
3- Restore his entire head from crown to hairline
4- Maximum coverage
5- No strip scar

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Before and after of donor area after 4025 grafts exctracted.

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05.03.2009, 22:19

@ Pats205

Dr. Sara Armani 4025 Fue Megasession

Great result for the amount of grafts used. His hairline is awesome and the coverage looks really good for the 10 month mark. Like mj2003 said, you see the final product at about 18 months. If you look closely at the before and after photos of the donor area you can see the same patterns of thinning. I think the difference in the photos is due to the lighting and the lenth of the hair when taken. This is another great job performed by Dr. Sara Armani.



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cal

05.03.2009, 23:08

@ jp33

Dr. Sara Armani 4025 Fue Megasession

This gentelman easily has another 4,000 grafts left in the bank. No scar. I repeat "No Scar". But let's do what some of us do best and search for something to nickpick on because this is an armani result and as we all know we know whats the deal behind that without saying.

You lost me here.



IMHO his donor appears to be decent in the pics as it is now. But I REALLY doubt there's another 4K there. I wouldn't be surprised if he was getting visibly ragged after another 1-2K.




And there are scars. Not "a scar" but "scars." Thousands of little tiny ones.

I think it's fine to extoll the virtues of the reduced scarring of FUE compared to conventional strip, but calling FUE a truly no-scar procedure is incorrect and misleading.




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Jtelecom

05.03.2009, 23:19

@ sux2bme

So this is what happens when you use a drill?

Man looking at those after photos of his donor makes me sick.

You must have an exceedingly weak stomach. If you will (bother) to notice, the same areas in the donor that appear thin in the "before" picture are the same areas that appear equally thin in the "after" picture. Also note that the hair is slightly longer in the "before" picture. The issues that you have presented do not hold water (not surprising). This is just a continuation of your "work" on HLT. Can you say "axe to grind"?




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06.03.2009, 03:14

@ cal

Dr. Sara Armani 4025 Fue Megasession

If you're going to get a close-up form 2 inches away and maybe with a magnifying glass then sure you'll see scars. Let me know if you find anything else since we rarely get the opportunity for such a close-up.

There are videos and photos posted all over the forum of supreme close-up after big fue sessions and you still can't see the scars. But then again, we're surrounded by germs bugs and mites 24/7. Practically sleeping in them and inhaling them...so we shouldnt say there isn't anything out there, cause there actually is...we just can't see them.

And yes he does have another 4,000 in the bank. Look at the size of the back of his head. 4,000 easy. Average is 7,000 donor availability, don't know where you get 4,000 maximum from.



This gentelman easily has another 4,000 grafts left in the
bank. No scar. I repeat "No Scar". But let's do what some of us do best and
search for something to nickpick on because this is an armani result and as
we all know we know whats the deal behind that without saying.


You lost me here.



IMHO his donor appears to be decent in the pics as it is now. But I
REALLY doubt there's another 4K there. I wouldn't be
surprised if he was getting visibly ragged after another 1-2K.




And there are scars. Not "a scar" but "scars." Thousands of little tiny
ones.

I think it's fine to extoll the virtues of the reduced scarring of FUE
compared to conventional strip, but calling FUE a truly no-scar procedure
is incorrect and misleading.




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gone786

06.03.2009, 04:08

@ Pats205

Dr. Sara Armani 4025 Fue Megasession

considering the harsh lighting and the clarity of the pictures, that is a very very good result. The hairline has been literally brought back to life.

It is a very fantastic result!




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Burberry

06.03.2009, 04:30

@ gone786

Dr. Sara Armani 4025 Fue Megasession

Excellent coverage for 4025FUE and the hairline looks very nice and very natural completely undetectable. Donor area looks very good as well as if nothing been taken out and thats whats so nice about FUE.

Nice results! thanks for sharing.



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06.03.2009, 07:32

@ Burberry

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And yes he does have another 4,000 in the bank. Look at the size of the back of his head. 4,000 easy. Average is 7,000 donor availability, don't know where you get 4,000 maximum from

He's got 4K now, and I'm wild-guessing that he might be pushing his luck to the edge for another 1-2k. That's potentially 5000-6000 by my math.


Let me turn this around for a moment - where do you get "7K average" from?

If you felt that the condition of the patient's head said one thing, and a generic "average donor yeild" figure said another, which would you weigh more heavily? I'm just reacting to what I think I might be seeing in the pics now that his donor is half gone.



There are videos and photos posted all over the forum of supreme close-up after big fue sessions and you still can't see the scars. But then again, we're surrounded by germs bugs and mites 24/7. Practically sleeping in them and inhaling them...so we shouldnt say there isn't anything out there, cause there actually is...we just can't see them


For every pic of a FUE donor that purports to show no visible scarring, there are other pics on the net of FUE donor areas that DID get visible scarring.

And are these "no-scar" pics shaved down to the skin? Like, with shaving cream and a hand-razor? I have not seen much proof about FUE's indistinguishable scars under that kind of scrutiny.



I don't complain if a clinic claims, "Virtually no visible scarring compared to traditional HT methods when viewed through a very slight stubble of hair growth."

I complain if a clinic claims "No scarring."




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MMAGUY

06.03.2009, 19:55

@ cal

Dr. Sara Armani 4025 Fue Megasession

I think its a really nice transformation, and matches what the same amount of grafts would have done using FUSS. The work is undetectable and there is no Frankenstiener at the back of his head. He can shave it down or choose do have another FUE procedure at some time in the future. Bottom line is that its a nice transformation that equals what FUSS would have provided without the scar.



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tthabet

07.03.2009, 18:52

@ MMAGUY

Dr. Sara Armani 4025 Fue Megasession

Considering the amount of hair loss this patient had going into the surgery, I think this result is pretty impressive. To have zones 1 to 4 covered with 4000 grafts looks like the surgery was a complete success. Keep in mind, he is only 10 months in so I as well am curious to see how much denser it will be at the 18 month mark. There are some areas on his donor site that seem to be a touch thin but overall I don't feel that it deserves this much criticism. Everyone on this site has obviously had some form of experience with something to do with hair loss and/or transplants and maybe that's way some people are too overly analytical. The truth of the matter is, to the untrained eye, the average person won't notice these minor details that some of us tend to get carried away with.




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09.03.2009, 03:51

@ Pats205

Dr. Sara Armani 4025 Fue Megasession

Wow that looks amazing! Look at zone 1 on the after!!! wow.



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legendario

09.03.2009, 13:06

@ g35nightrider

Dr. Sara Armani 4025 Fue Megasession

very nice!!! only 4000 grafts to cover zones 1, 2, 3 ,4 and no scar!!!
You should be so happy with your FUE session mate!!
regards




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11.03.2009, 01:49

@ legendario

Dr. Sara Armani 4025 Fue Megasession

This is an amazing result...

The hairline & overall coverage is mindblowing.. Sara seems to be producing very high results on a consistent level just like her brother.



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gabrielf81

NJ,
11.03.2009, 03:28

@ Pats205

Dr. Sara Armani 4025 Fue Megasession

Hey everyone,

This guy has great results, the best thing about FUE is that the donor is virtually undetectable. His hairline has come in very nicely and it also looks thick and natural.

FUE definitley seems to be the way to go. Look at this guy's donor area, no scar and it's not obvious that he had follicles taken from the back.

Is Sara Armani Dr. Armani's sister?

Thanks,
Gabriel




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HanginInThere

Manila(UwishUrHere),
11.03.2009, 19:10

@ Pats205

very nice but this guy is headed to a NW8

Exaggerating a bit , but this guy is heading to a cueball baldness
not a good candidate IMO




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cal

12.03.2009, 17:51

@ HanginInThere

very nice but this guy is headed to a NW8

Depends.

Is he 23 years old, or 36? We can't tell from just looking at pics.

And what's his medication story & family history?




But I'd be pretty surprised if that's his last HT. Either HM becomes a reality or else he's going back for more work. Probably within the next 10 years if he's young right now.




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dastardly

14.03.2009, 12:16

@ cal

very nice but this guy is headed to a NW8

I kind of agree with a lot of the posts here.

Is this an improvement? Yes.

Is it a VAST improvement? Yes!

And it's great to see Armani go for coverage with a lowish number of grafts rather than jamming them all in the hairline. Nice result!

But has he got much left in the donor? No, I don't think so.

It looks like he didn't have a particularly thick donor to begin with, and now at 4000 grafts there IS noticeable thinning in the donor. I'm sorry - I have no axe to grind with Armani (like some) but there is clear thinness in the donor. Is it terrible - of course not - 99.9% of people wouldn't notice it.

But can he pull anything else out of there? No - not unless you're talking 500 - 1000 grafts. Anymore than that and you WOULD be talking the type of moth-eaten look that most would notice.

Thankfully, he got fantastic coverage with that 4000 grafts so I doubt he'll ever regret this surgery even if he does go to NW7. But he can't get much more work now - he's done.




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mj2003

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Toronto,
14.03.2009, 12:48

@ dastardly

very nice but this guy is headed to a NW8

Is it that he's low on donour when it comes to another FUE or low on donour in general?

I think if he went for a FUE mixed with FUSS he can pull off possibly 4000 grafts.






I kind of agree with a lot of the posts here.

Is this an improvement? Yes.

Is it a VAST improvement? Yes!

And it's great to see Armani go for coverage with a lowish number of
grafts rather than jamming them all in the hairline. Nice result!

But has he got much left in the donor? No, I don't think so.

It looks like he didn't have a particularly thick donor to begin with, and
now at 4000 grafts there IS noticeable thinning in the donor. I'm sorry -
I have no axe to grind with Armani (like some) but there is clear thinness
in the donor. Is it terrible - of course not - 99.9% of people wouldn't
notice it.

But can he pull anything else out of there? No - not unless you're
talking 500 - 1000 grafts. Anymore than that and you WOULD be talking the
type of moth-eaten look that most would notice.

Thankfully, he got fantastic coverage with that 4000 grafts so I doubt
he'll ever regret this surgery even if he does go to NW7. But he can't get
much more work now - he's done.




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cal

14.03.2009, 14:08

@ mj2003

very nice but this guy is headed to a NW8

That's what I was thinking too. He probably still has the option to get several thousand more grafts of additional donor hair, but it's gonna take a strip HT to do it.




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mj2003

E-mail

Toronto,
14.03.2009, 21:47

@ cal

very nice but this guy is headed to a NW8

CAL!, ANSWER MY QUESTIONS ON THE OTHER THREAD!:-D

That's what I was thinking too. He probably still has the option to get
several thousand more grafts of additional donor hair, but it's gonna take
a strip HT to do it.




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