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The Results
Introduction The Procedure The Doctor The Results

I was a corrective patient and a worst case scenario and should not be confused with a new virgin head having hair transplant surgery. My goal was to diminish the unsightly effects of the prior seven hair transplant surgeries. I am told by Dr. Woods that I will look worse before I start to look better. However, the thick plugs that were staring at me for 22 years are gone and considering what I looked like there is already a definite improvement and I am encouraged with the results. I will keep you updated with my progress and photo's in the near future.


 
Pictures after 5 weeks - Dry
 

Considering the surgery was performed 5 weeks ago, I am greatly encouraged with the results. I don't expect to have an Elvis head of hair when I am fully healed and the new hair grafts have grown in as that was not my intention for having the surgery. My greatest hope was to have the thick wall of plugs completely removed and re-establish the frontal hairline.

 
 
Pictures after 5 weeks - Wet
 

I wet my hair on the top of my head and combed my hair directly back and took the pictures at a closer distance than the other photo's. I do not comb my hair in this manner but I felt as though this was neccesary to expose the area fully where the frontal corrective surgery was performed. The area is still healing and it will take several months to completely heal.

 
 
 
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