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Best Hair Transplant Doctor In Salt Lake City Ut

Discussion in 'Hair Transplant & Doctors | USA & North America' started by Intellecturall, Jun 16, 2008.

  1. Intellecturall

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    Hey guys,
    Longtime reader of the forum but not a ton of posts. I'm currently using rogaine foam, which I feel has assisted a bit with my crown and maybe slightly on the hairline.

    I've been struggling with hairloss for years, and recently buzzed my head, which was actually a great step. I look pretty good with the look, and have broken my dependence on concealers. My father wears a hairpiece, and took me to the place that services it so they could have a look at my hairloss. The surgeon is Dr. Peterson in Bountiful, Utah, formerly located in Southern California. The consultant suggested 800 grafts could give me a nice result on the hairline. I’m currently sitting at around a Norwood III – IV, but if I could get my hairline rebuilt a bit my ½ inch buzz would look great.

    Just wondering if anyone here has any advice for my situation, or if anyone has experience with this doctor? I believe he does a strip method, but picture results I’ve seen look pretty good. I’ll get some pics up when I have a moment.., thanks a lot!
     
  2. ITNEVERRAINS

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    if your a nw3-4 and someone is suggesting 800 grafts then they are retarded. I'm a 3-4 and I've had almost 5000.
     
  3. Intellecturall

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    Maybe I'm a bit overboard, I may be more in the II - III range. Really I'm happy with the buzz, just want to fill in the hairline a bit. Pics coming soon, I'll let you guys tell me what I'm working with. I'm sure I'll have to get some follow up procedures in a few years, hoping that multiplication is viable in the next 5 or so.
     

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