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Topic Title: Is fue hair transplant successful?
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Created On: 09/13/2017 09:49 PM
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 Is fue hair transplant successful?   - Dr. A's Clinic - 09/13/2017 09:49 PM  
 Is fue hair transplant successful?   - hairhope4ever - 10/01/2017 12:33 PM  
 Is fue hair transplant successful?   - Dr. A's Clinic - 05/02/2018 11:13 PM  
 Is fue hair transplant successful?   - tommo - 05/06/2018 11:27 PM  
 Is fue hair transplant successful?   - SeanFUE - 06/28/2018 08:53 PM  
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Wrong question. It's like asking is eye surgery successful? Eye surgery is successful because it is performed by doctors trained in eye surgery.

But...
1. It's legally allowed for any doctor to claim they can do hair transplant.

2. Comprehensive Training for fue hair transplant is not available in any medical
college.

3. Rather then learn fue by its inventors, some with 20 years of experience, many
doctors think hair transplant is too simple and they can learn it from youtube
animation videos.

Yes, unfortunately, that is the truth.
The proof lies in the fact that we have to repair numerous wrongly performed hair transplants ... see proof at World's #1 Ranked Hair Transplant Centre.

So, the answer is fue is successful and hair transplants are life changing provided performed by a comprehensively trained doctors/clinics.

Fault lies with the patients too ... would you go to any and the cheapest eye surgeon or the BEST one. So, do not go bargain hunting for ht doctors.. what you need are trained hair transplant artist doctor.
Donor hair are worth more then diamonds... for we can not trans plant anyone else's hair.

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Solely depends on the surgeon.

Do your due diligence, no matter how long it takes you. My objective advice is don't act out of impulse. If you find a reputable doctor, you must prioritize the quality of his/her work, and save money (no matter how long it takes) to eventually be able to book a procedure with that clinic. Conversely, if you do not do this, and jump into a procedure out of desperation, and because of low cost, the long term psychological and physical impact will be debilitating. I'm speaking from experience.

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Originally posted by: hairhope4ever

Solely depends on the surgeon.



Do your due diligence, no matter how long it takes you. My objective advice is don't act out of impulse. If you find a reputable doctor, you must prioritize the quality of his/her work, and save money (no matter how long it takes) to eventually be able to book a procedure with that clinic. Conversely, if you do not do this, and jump into a procedure out of desperation, and because of low cost, the long term psychological and physical impact will be debilitating. I'm speaking from experience.


Precisely true. We have been performing repair hair transplant surgeries throughout last 2 weeks since we offered the challenge that we will do the worst of the worst REPAIR.
An overwhelming number of cases from countries like France, USA etc ended up choosing the wrong doctors based on price/or proximity and therefore are left with very less scalp donor for us to REPAIR.
Please go to the following links
http://forum.hairsite.com/t/ha...ess-who-did-this/27882
http://fusehair.com/hair-trans...nsplants-photogallery/

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 05/06/2018 11:27 PM
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Don't forget to mention regardless of the doctors skill your still going to scar, might be a bit less if your a good healer and you get a good doctor but you will still scar.
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Fue is good if the right protocol is followed by a surgeon. Surgeon should make the best judgement to deliver success. If surgeon cannot understand an expectation they should turn patient away instead of taking money and performing a half ass procedure. The industry seems rampant with some surgeons using and abusing patient scalps. If a patient is a repair patient then study and actuallly see what is achievable. Bottom line is to understand what a patient wants and if a surgeon can't deliver then don't even try it and risk a patient's priceless grafts. Don't give false hopes and actually help a patient achieve good results. Ethics is one word all docs should clearly abide by.
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