Discussion in 'Hair Transplant FUE Before and After Photos' started by pete_love, Mar 24, 2017.
oh for sure
but im not that bald yet
The guy is clearly deluded. All things considered, he probably can't afford FUE or just doesn't have the balls to go for it. I've had numerous positive comments about my procedure and this is the only guy that's been negative, to the extent where he calls it a bullshit combover - again... Deluded. If he's happy being baldylocks masturbating over FUE forums then thats his choice.
Also, he's stuck in 2001. Who the fuck obsesses over David Beckham and still uses the word biatch? Hahaha
Man that's great.
How does it affect your daily life?
Brother, don't even listen to that jabroni. I'm considering a transplant and I have quite a bit more hair than you had originally. If I got a result like yours I'd be absolutely delighted. If you can find any info about the surgeon, I'd really appreciate it. Thinking between Erdogan and Bisagna at the moment. I'm based in the UK.
lol i got the money and balls to go for it dont worry about that. i just dont have the stupidity is all.
your hair is a fucking combover. you can style it however you want, but its still a combover.
looks better than before but its still thin as shit and that style is THE ONLY one you can get away with. but its still looks like dog shit
and good luck when you lose the rest of your hair and are forced to buzz it again and reveal thick roots along your scalp
and lol to being obsessed over beckham. that style is a lot nicer than the old man combover you got going on thats for sure
Well @sunchyme1 seems it's perfection or nothing for you pal. We aren't quite there yet but that's your prerogative.
Keep fighting the good fight el padawan
not perfection just better density
enough density to style your hair other than a fucking combover
@pete_love + florida =
Incredible results, congrats
Fantastic results. Thanks for sharing with us. Ignore the tard
It would have been nice if you post some pics with no hair style at all. I think first line is a bit weak and has poor density. Also if a pic on the donor area could be shown just to check the situation I can see from one of your photos white dots quite bigs, right?
The thing is, if you are happy nothing else matters.
Been absent from here for a while just enjoying life tbh. My surgeon got in touch with me earlier this week to ask me to do a promotional video for his clinic showing the difference this FUE has made to my life.
Its been 21 months since I went for the op and I can tell you now it is without a doubt one of the best things I've ever done. I've attached some more recent pictures. I'll try answer any questions as they come. I noticed people keep asking about where I got it done - I went to Clinicana in Istanbul. It was Eyad Attar who looked after me.
amazing! wow! funny thing is, that on german hairloss forums everyone recommands hair transplant in Turkey. Just there.
Good results for this price ..but arent you afraid,that hair behind the transplanted area will continue to thinning? I mean you probably do not have many grafts left in donor area to fill more bald spots.I hope im wrong about this,and you keep hair as long as possible
Yeah, I've been asked this a few times but my answer to that is - no, not really.
When I had the transplant done, they literally covered my entire head up to the crown. Because I had already lost something like 85% of my hair pre-op, to me it means that the vast majority of the hair I have now is transplanted = won't fall out.
I anticipate a small amount of thinning in the years to come, but I don't think I will have any dramatic bald spots because like I say, the whole head was filled in, rather than just a partial transplant that you see in most other cases.
I have enough donor left to deal with the crown, should I ever feel the need. It is thinning at the back but I don't have anything near a "helipad" yet, so I'll hold out a few more years before considering going back.
I've attached a pic to show just how much of my actual head was covered during the procedure.
You were nw5 before? Im asking this,because im also nw5(age 26),and seriously thinking about hair transplant,but im afraid that later in life my sides will drop or donor area thinning,despite i have no family member that is nw6 or 7,but im still afraid.Thats good if you still have enough donor density,to go for another procedure later in life
I'd say I was a 5.5. But like I say, they've covered my full upper head so all I have to worry about later in life will be my crown, and some thinning.
We're still in our 20's mate, and right now hair is very important to us for obvious reasons. I don't anticipate giving as much of a shit when I'm in my 40s. I might be wrong.
Another thing I'd say is - just go for it! I was 26 when I had mine and I'm glad I didn't leave it any later. Why go through your prime with a NW5? You want to be looking your best during your younger years.
omg,they were covered huge area ..Yeah,as you get older hair will thinning out a bit anyway,its more important that you enjoy in your 20s and 30s ..How were people reacted,when u get from nw5 to full head?