Hair growth gone wild (photos)

This is the result of 3200 grafts from his first surgery, the second on his crown of 2200 more grafts about 2 months ago is now yet to grown out. He was thrilled this morning when he saw that he had to do something about all of that hair.  So he combed it back and resent me the last picture from top down (to preserve his confidentiality) and another view with his hair combed back.  Considering where he started from, that wasn’t a bad problem to have. He wrote: “I am unbelievably happy.  Even after a long day, I get to look in the mirror and rejoice at the hair I haven’t had since I was 20. I also wanted to tell you that it affects my whole lifestyle in positive ways I didn’t fully anticipate.  I used to have to keep my hair at an exact short length and then cover with a ton of concealer, and I lived in constant fear of wind, rain, etc.  Going to the gym was a challenge because of the sweat.  I don’t have to have my hair cut every three weeks, and I can engage in various sports and activities without that fear.   I guess I was just so used to it that I didn’t fully anticipate how this would feel, in addition to how much better it looks.


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