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How much does Dr. Shapiro charge per graft?

How much does Dr. Shapiro charge per graft?

Postby bachi » Thu Jul 23, 2009 4:04 pm

How much does Dr. Shapiro charge per graft. Also, is there a minimum number of grafts required?
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Postby bullitnut1 » Fri Jul 24, 2009 1:01 pm

hi bachi i will let you know shortly the prices thought this might interest you though from the pm you sent :D http://www.hairlossexperiences.com/view ... forum_id=5
my opinions are entirely my own, im not a medical doctor and have never claimed to be, i do not work for any hair clinic/forum, i am simply a happy patient of Shapiro Medical Group im here to help people make an educatated decision regarding ht's.
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Postby bachi » Fri Jul 24, 2009 3:34 pm

Thanks. Those are great results. I think her hair color looks prettier with brown at the front anyway.

One dermatologist told me that hair grafts look unnatural at the hairline. He said the transplanted hair tends to stick out all over the place. He had a hair graft himself, and I do not know if he was just unhappy with his hair graft. He told me to use eyelash lengthener on my hairline instead of getting a hair graft.
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Postby bullitnut1 » Fri Jul 24, 2009 3:51 pm

i agree that with lots of surgeons the hairline can look unatural but with a world class surgeon the grafts look 100percent natural and dr shapiro is famous amongst his patients and his peers for his hairlines :D

best wishes though sweetheart in whatever you decide for the future
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Re: How much does Dr. Shapiro charge per graft?

Postby frankwest12345 » Tue Aug 30, 2011 2:14 am

Putting the hair in is not painful but expect to have a Frankenstein kinda brow for a couple of days as it swells up due to the saline solution that is injected under the skin (to increase the surface area that the surgeon has to work on and protect blood vessels) - luckily, immediately post operation this is not noticeable so you can get home okay. I had a strip of skin taken out and the closure done with staples and that was painful for about a week but it was all pretty tight re scalp so that did not help... it healed without any kind of scar so I should not complain! (not done by Shapiro I had it done in Belgium as I am from the UK).
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