I had two transplants at NHI over the past 5 years (last one was 3 years ago) and the results are fantastic. Whenever I get a haircut I will tell the stylist that I had the transplant procedure done just so they are aware of the line scar in the back and don’t cut my hair too short back there. I find that as long as I tell them before they get started, its no big deal and the scar is never visible, even with a $15 Supercuts haircut that I get. BUT, I usually end up spending the 10 minutes I’m getting my haircut explaining to them that yes, this is a hair transplant and no, I’m not just joking around. Nobody believes me! Outside of getting a haircut, I never mention it anyway… but the one time I tell someone, they don’t believe it. So that just goes to show that you did a damn fine job. Really incredible work and as you can probably tell I am thrilled with the end result. I’ve included a couple photos that you can use for your blog.
Thanks, doc. I’m very, very, very pleased.
I’m glad to hear that nobody believes you — that means we were successful! In all seriousness, this is how any good hair transplant should be. We never want patients to be easily spotted as having had a hair transplant. The end result should always look natural.
This patient had 1,737 grafts transplanted over two procedures.
Update Dec 2008: [Photos removed by request]