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Rediscovering My Roots: A Hair Transplant Journey in Korea

I have reached the final weeks of my year-long journey with FORHAIR and this Korean hair transplant adventure. Overall, I was pleased with the service and care given. I am satisfied with the result based on the amount of grafts they used, but as I mentioned before, I hoped for more coverage in the crown area. Hair transplantation is a science... and an art. If you're looking for a clinic that does a pretty solid job of combining the two, you might want to check out FORHAIR. Share your concerns and desires, ask questions, and you will be met with courteous, knowledgeable staff and doctors. It's a big decision to make, so do your research and go from there. You may discover it's not for you, or you may REdiscover your roots as I have. All the best!

Week 45~51 Family tattoo time a few days before heading to the USA.

Boy's day out right before leaving the country.
We made it to my parent's house! Outside enjoyin…
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Rediscovering My Roots: A Hair Transplant Journey in Korea The tenth month post-surgery has gone by quietly. It has been a month filled with playtimes, grilling, and letting my hair grow out a bit again. I can't notice any more growth myself, but I will ask the doctor at my next FORHAIR appiontment in July. My scalp has been a bit dry, but I honestly think that is due to my shampoo. Otherwise, it's simply the time to enjoy my family and the weather... before it gets too hot!

Week 41~44 My daughter and me doing some rooftop grilling together.
This is my vacation face. Yes, it's serious business.
Another gym selfie - if only FORHAIR did laser hair removal. I would be a great candidate...
Playing with my son before/after naptime. It's hard to keep them all straight!
More fun with the boy and a solid profile shot of my hair.
I call this one: Black on Black (but so white).
Playing at church with my son. Also, a great shot of our very similar heads, haircut and all!
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Rediscovering My Roots: A Hair Transplant Journey in Korea I'm back. Well, I never left, so I guess it's more accurate to say I'm still here. I will post monthly blogs until I reach the 1-year post-surgery mark. This will give any shy or slow-growing hair the chance to emerge, showing the final result as best as I can. Plus, I love posting pictures with my children, so why not? Hopefully we will notice a little growth through the summer.

Week 36~40
My son and me messing around while waiting to eat lunch.
More at-the-apartment candid fun!
My daughter went to her first baseball game. Well, about 20 minutes of the 8th inning...but she enjoyed it!
The "dangers" of rooftop grilling - the sun can be HOT.
I guess we are both making some sort of kissy face. His is much better.
Too bad the lighting was a bit low because I love the composition (and content) of this photo!
Candidly goofing around - as usual.
I cut the hair around my ears and my son's. It makes him look …