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My Experience Dr Emrah Cinik, 2700 Grafts Fue.

Discussion in 'Hair Transplant FUE Before and After Photos' started by spring15, Mar 31, 2017.

  1. spring15

    spring15 Experienced Member

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    Thank you sir. Against your better judgement it appears my gamble has paid off. YOLO YOLO

    Yes hopefully, its a shame behind the hairline will be lost due to my intolerance to finasteride. Give me your balls of steel Michel

    Thanks yeah it looks pretty natural. I do have naturally wavy/thick hair. Similar to hair god @Assemblage23
     
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    Alright 5 months. Still kind of thin, the left side is slightly lagging behind the right. The journey continues

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    purchase cover up foundation.

    I use it on the hairline edge to cover up that redness.


    Makes a big difference when the hair has contrast to a clear scalp.
     
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    Whys it still red after 5 months?
     
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    normal for fair skinned patients.

    Mine goes away after six - seven months.


    Doctors like to bullshit people about the '3-4 weeks post inflammation'
     
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    sunchyme1 Senior Member My Regimen

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    man i dont wana be a downer but this looks fucking terrible

    i know its only 5 months and that but wtf.

    looks like a bunch of pubes coming out his head

    hair transplants are shit

    are you pleased with this op?

    i hope the density gets better man but i really dont think this looks good at all
     
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    topcat Established Member My Regimen

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    The reality is hair transplants can look very disfiguring and it's not meant to make this patient feel bad but to wake up those that fall for too much marketing.

    The poster JeanLuc who I believe is a complete fraud will tell you that if you don't like your result from the Turkish clinic then you have BDD. It's not the clinic it's you............lol..............that's from the old play book and those that support this fraud of a poster expose the bigger game.

    Marketers are con men and the Turkish clinics seem especially well suited for using them.

    There is no going back here............your life will never be the same so others better start paying attention to the fraudulent posters and the forums that are perpetuating marketing fraud.

    This patient unfortunately will have to deal with a lot of stares unless he gets very creative with hair styles, hair sprays, and stands in dark corners.

    You see all those dislikes I have.............mostly from JeanLuc............why do you suppose that happens to be? Why does he tell Turkish patients that are unhappy they have BDD? Observe him closely and read all of his posts over a total of 1 year all from a 22 year old. Does it add up when you start using logic? You are dealing with little a-hole con men here and this forum seems to welcome them for some odd reason.

    Why in the world would any doctor attach their name to it?
     
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    Stop giving me people toxic advice based on your own tragic experience alone, as if thats the concurring result everyone else will face.


    As for the OP, if you can accept the fact that you will need additional work upfront then you are already steps ahead of everyone.



    The result is not even within a 50% milestone.


    However, from personal experience a single transplant alone is building the foundation, and an additional transplant will be needed for addressing density.
     
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    topcat Established Member My Regimen

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    They are the wrong hairs anyone with 2 eyes can see that just look at the temple points. Shookwun is completely clueless or trying to mislead readers. More work does not help the situation and the density at the moment cannot be surgically increased to make difference. Those are dark thick caliber hairs from the occipital zone and they do not belong there. I depicted what you are seeing in drawing several years ago. it catches one's attention because it looks odd. It's a very common experience anyone that understands the procedure and industry would know that.

    Shookwun are you intentionally misleading readers or are you simply clueless?

    1. Hello, i had a hair transplant1,5 years ago. All was ok, until 1 year everything was fine, the thin areas were nicely filling in. But after 1 year the transplanted hairs became too thick and coarse, and now they look unnatural. What is the cause of this, and is there a solution to "soften" them?
    I mean, it's logical for transplanted hair to be thicker than the existing hair in the front(which is miniaturised to some degree), but these are simply too,too thick and coarse, and hard to style.
    Which is kind of strange, i remember my surgeon telling me that my hair in donor area is not so thick in caliber), and now they are super-super thick. Why are they now, almost thicker than in donor area?
    And what solutions do i have to soften them?
    From what i read on the net, some sources say that it may be only temporary, and the hairs are going to get more "normal" in a couple of years, but others say that it is not true.
    Other people suggeste plucking them(so they grow back thinner and more normal), or even apply laser on them, but of course these are very controversial and i won' do such.
    Did other people with hair transplant have the same problem? Too thick hairs in transplanted area?
     
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    Look at the first pic, you can hardly notice it when I style it.

    Those other photos were just after a gym workout, hence why the skin is red and hair is all over the place.

    These are not flattering photos lol, extreme close up. In normal social situations my hair aesthetically is tenfold better than prior my transplant.
     
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    With creative styling you can hide it but time is the real enemy. It does look odd but if you are okay with it then that 's all that matters. It's a common issue with hair transplants and very often why when guys see enough of them in person they pass on the procedure.

    Some have opted to lighten the hair which minimizes the effect and that is the standard advice I give when presented with the question "what do I do now people no longer look me in the eyes ?"
     
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    sunchyme1 Senior Member My Regimen

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    does this work?

    is it possible to miniaturize a hair to take on a more finer appearance?

    or does lasering simply remove the entire hair?
     
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    Before I had a rat's nest on my head & a boulder forehead. Time is the enemy for everything. Except scotch.

    I could not do the below with my hair without revealing half my scalp before transplant, and according to @Swoop I'm only at about 50% of the final result.

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    Looks OK to me
     
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    I think this patient is in for a big reality check in the near future and as previously stated it's not to make him feel bad but to wake others up. Sunchyme you see it and instinctively when most see it in person they will stare at it because something seems out of place. Most most are trying to figure it out. It's a normal reaction and it's normal for most patients to feel uncomfortable with those stares.

    The reality really sets in when one begins to understand this is not reversible. It's then the thoughts of what am I going to do now start to set in and the mind begins to race.

    Sometimes the best option is to do nothing because one is thinking emotively not logically. It's the same principle that gets most young guys in the chair. It's the level of desperation they feel that determines how easy they are to turnover. It happens to people in all walks of life and those that understand and are looking for a mark use it to their advantage. You would have to throughly understand how con men work along with psychopathy.

    Don't list to anyone that tells you to have more work to fix it. You need to wait and start to understand what has happened and why first in my opinion. Don't dig a deeper hole.
     
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    What reality check? I was never expecting my teenage hair back. Just a hairline & more coverage. As I said before my hair is in much better shape than prior to the transplant.

    This transplant is supposed to buy me a few years until hopefully new treatments come out, if that doesn't pan out a second transplant. Thanks though @topcat , you are passionate about your cause, even if delusional. It seems you have good intentions
     
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    Sure well maybe if you get stares you can share the experience with others..........it will be good karma for you.

    Hope it works out for you.
     
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    sunchyme1 Senior Member My Regimen

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    i understand all of that.

    im just asking about lasering. do you know much about it?

    is it possible to make the transplanted hairs finer and look more natural looking? have you seen anyone do this in your research?
     
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    topcat Established Member My Regimen

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    Best to consult a dozen specialists backed up by one's own reading.
     
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    sunchyme1 Senior Member My Regimen

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    alright cheers man

    i just thought you might have some knowledge on it since you mentioned it

    doesnt seem like such a bad idea for guys who have that pluggy hairline look and want to address it somehow
     

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