Hope you guys are all having a terrific Memorial Day weekend…..been beautiful here in Nevada!!!
I am just writing in to post my current photos. I am now 6 full months in from my 4737 graft transplant with Dr. Rahal. Unfortunately, nothing really too exciting to report from my last month post and photos….hair may be increasing in density a bit, but the change has been very slight and gradual. No surprises really, I was mostly expecting it….and remain optimistic that big changes are in store over the next 12 months!!
Overall, I am still very happy with my results up to this point. In looking at photos however, I have decided that I will definitely be going back for a second procedure to thicken up some areas, including the bridge (where there were no grafts placed) and maybe some extra crown work. Unfortunately, having dark hair such as mine….you can see all the areas that are thin and contrast with the scalp. This will be much later on down the line, as I am pretty content with the way things have shaped up to be currently. I think it is safe to say, that there was a pretty substantial change when you compare my pre-op photos to where I am today. I figure I will get some added density in the upcoming months ahead, and that will make me a little less self-conscious about my hair than I am as I write this update!
The photos included were taken exactly 6 months from my procedure. As always, I tried to snap the photos in very natural lighting, and very harsh lighting…..to make my hair appear in the most undesirable way possible. I think it looks much better in person than it does in these photos. To remain consistent with quality and accuracy, I continue to shoot the photos with the camera on my iPhone 4S. Some of the photos are slightly blurry, but give you a very good general idea of where I am. The photos this time around were taken with absolutely zero product in my hair. The photos taken in the green and blue shirt are of me without a haircut……and then I clipped my hair immediately after with a 4-guard on the sides and a 6-guard on top. The photos in the “Haus Bicycle” shirt were taken the same day, immediately after my haircut.
As always, please feel free to leave any questions/comments!!
Thanks for reading guys, and hope all is well with all of you!