If you have cobblestonning it may be related to the amount of skin that you had on the recipient grafts. Also you will find that this skin will be very sensitive to sun. I always trim off the skin when I transplant the beard or scalp so that I avoid cobblestonning and a significant skin disc
I am now 26 years-old and seem to be losing ground on my hair since I was 17 years old. My father and my two brothers have a full head of hair so I have been denying that I am losing hair. I need to know if this can be fixed. Yes, it does look
You have excessive crusting as a result of poor post-operative washing techniques, or absence of them. An FUE is treated just like a regular hair transplant with regard to the recipient area, but the donor area has open wounds which require daily washing with soap and water. Within 3 days of surgery, you can resume
This is a terrific story shown in photos in multiple surgeries. Congrats to the patient and the surgical team. It is important to note that the change was gradual, evidenced by the photos and I am sure that nobody saw the daily changes (like watching grass growing that you never see). People have always told
This is a post on reddit, a hair loss forum for young people, mostly men. This particular post discusses this man’s journey with drugs for his balding problem with photos and a full chronology. Worth reading. If you’re sitting there wondering, "I’m losing my hair, what do I do?" then read my advice here. I’ve
I have advised many of my readers to go to Amazon and purchase a $15 hand microscope to study their hair and the degree of miniaturization if they are concerned about early balding. This is what one person asked and sent to me. What I see is considerable miniaturization in the photo on the right.
Yes, you can add more grafts. What I would do is first determine if you liked the location of the hairline, if not I would put it where you wanted it to be. Then, I would certainly create a transition zone of single hair grafts (about 450 of them) so that the hairline looks like
Dr. Robert Bernstein has put together a terrific group of before and after photos from people who used medications such as finasteride, without surgery. Look at this link: https://www.bernsteinmedical.com/medical-treatment/patient-photos/
These are great pictures. You have not developed a mature hairline yet as you have maintained much of your juvenile hairline, but there is a suggestion in the corners that you may be moving your hairline up in the direction of a mature hairline so this may not be balding as you may be transitioning into
The temple peaks can be lost independently from the balding process. I noticed that Ronald Reagan lost his peaks well before he became an old man but he kept a full head of hair. I also transplanted many full Class 7 balding pattern patients who kept their peaks despite losing their entire head of hair.