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Dr. Armani result 4,500 grafts - (Patient available to meet) (Hair Transplant)

posted by cal, 22.10.2008, 19:18

It's fairly impressive looking. That looks like a lot of density and coverage for 5000-6000 grafts, let alone 4500. I think I would be be pretty damn thrilled about the work if that was my head.




But it bears pointing out that this is a fully idealized situation in just about every way. Nothing looks unethical about it, but everything looks purposely persuasive.

Ideal hair and skin characteristics. The guy has curly dark hair, thick-looking individual shafts, his skin is relatively dark too, etc.

The loss pattern is enough to call it a high NW level, but there's still a lot of thinned hairs over the area and the overall balding area looks on the small side compared to some other guys have for that same Norwood level. Just a matter of the shape of his head and the loss pattern he got.

And we're going from harsh-lit pictures from above, to front-flashed pics in a darker room for the end result . . . That's clearly a worst-case-to-best-case-scenario in the lighting conditions of the pictures.

And we don't see how much of the improvement came from the earlier strip session versus the later FUE session.

And is it stated what the medication scenario is here? (What if he was starting from no meds in the "before" shots, and ending with several years of Fin/Dut, for example?)




cal is located in [NA] and he is available to meet: NO


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