5 month update (153 days post-op)

Hi everyone,

Today is December 14, 2014 and I am now 5 months or 153 days post-op.

I’ve seen a little bit more growth since the 4 month mark and right now the new hairs are kind of long but are not very thick, kind of like the hair on my forearms. Even though I’m still styling my hair from my old hairline, it is gradually disappearing.

I expect over the next two months to see some enormous changes in my appearance when the hair really starts coming in and I should be able to style and comb my hair from the recreated hairline.

With the holidays quickly approaching, it feels like Christmas every morning when I wake up to see new hair on my head. Like I said a while back, the hardest part about a hair transplant is all of the waiting you have to do, but great things are finally happening and I couldn’t be happier.

On a side note, Dr. Huebner has started his own practice in West Palm Beach, Fla., called Natural Transplants. Check out their website for more information if you’d like to have a consultation with them.

All my best and happy holidays,

-Lance

Check out my 5 month post-op video on my YouTube channel.

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4 thoughts on “5 month update (153 days post-op)

  1. salmansohail786

    Hi again, this certainly seems to be improving 🙂

    I wanted to ask about the density per Sq inch of your grafts actually.. Like how many follicles are present per square inch.

    Like searched on the Internet it said like it’s about 100 follicles / Sq inch approx., naturally.

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    1. Lance Post author

      Thanks and check out my next update on Wednesday. I’m not sure what the exact density per square inch is, but I can ask Dr. Huebner and he could let me know. I imagine it’s different for every case based on existing hair and how dense the donor strip is.

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