Acrobaz's - Profile page 12-days-post-op

Posted :3/1/2009

The day the staples came out! I have also buzzed my hair down to even out the look. The next few pictures were taken in daylight, no flash. The two at the bottom were taken inside, with a flash.

I had been concerned about the removing the staples but, in the end, it was ok - my wife did it.
Details can be found here (and it is 90% true!).

12-days-post-op - donor area - rear view. no shock

Donor area - rear view. No shock loss thankfully and the hair is continuing to grow back through the strip. No irritation or itching so far, and the tightness is beginning to recede. I have now started using Vitamin E oil, which is responsible for the darker waxed look of the hairs beneath the line.


12-days-post-op - recipient area right. inside with

Recipient area, from the right. Inside, with flash.


12-days-post-op - donor area - right hand side. incidentally

Donor area - from right hand side. Incidentally, the area about 5cm from the end of the scar line is not redder or balder for any reason connected to the hair transplant procedure. I had a nasty wart frozen off from there with liquid nitrogen a couple of years ago, and it has remained redder and balder ever since. Otherwise, this is a good angle for seeing just how thin and clean the line is.


12-days-post-op - recipient area left. inside with

Recipient area, from the left. Inside, with flash. If I had seen this look on someone else, I would have had no idea that the front third comprised mostly transplanted hair. To be able to say that at 12 days in makes me very happy!


12-days-post-op - recipient area. the redness has

Recipient area. The redness has mostly gone already! I'm really happy about that. My forelock is beginning to grow back between the grafts.


12-days-post-op - donor area - left hand side. note

Donor area - from left hand side. Note the uniform hair direction of my normal hair and the transplanted hair (in the front third). I read enough about hair transplant procedures prior to seeing Dr Feller to realise that this is something the hair mills usually get wrong!