This younger patient had crown work in January and stopped by yesterday while in town. He looks excellent...which can be a challenge is crowns and guys with shorter hairstyles and limited layering. His wirey hair and good color match helps significantly. Plus his scar turned out fine, allowing him to keep that short hair in the back.
Male | Caucasion | Class: 3V | FUT/Strip | Transplant
So this guy came by, now almost 9 years out. I put up some pics of him that he'd emailed in (2 year old pics) recently, and some astute viewers commented he had concealer. So he drove by DC on our recent holiday and sure enough, he wears concealer, but admits its mainly as he has fine hair everywhere and likes a short haircut....and needs to cover his white scalp WITHOUT growing longer hair.Take a look at the short video which includes where we started. Although he's aged 9 years, and is on meds..with his family, I'm not certain we won't see him in the future.
Male | Caucasion | Class: 2 | in 1 Session | FUT/Strip | Transplant
This patient is 36 years old and was a class 3 going into a class 4. We did 3,108 grafts to build up his hairline and add more hair to the mid area of the scalp. Patient is also on Propecia to help control further hair loss. Post-op pictures are 13 weeks after surgery
Male | Caucasion | Class: 4 | 3108 Grafts in 1 Session | FUT/Strip | Transplant
Here's ANOTHER lower yield FUE case, this time, performed by a VERY competent FUE doctor that we bolstered with a small strip case. The video goes into a bunch of issues, including FUE vs Strip, cleaning and smoking, Color contrast, expectation management, and a short video of me running a comb through the result at just under a year.I've put up a bunch of these this month....don't get me wrong FUE has its place. Many of you may remember I did and FUE on my son....but the false advertising of scarless surgery with the same results as strip, that I see and hear almost every day..is wrong. This guy had a fine FUE result...probably comparable to what I'd would have accomplished with fue on him....it just wasn't enough. Now maybe the original doctor told him what I'd tell him...that he'd want a second case or it wouldn't maybe be enough, but the stress to the roots simply doesn't allow FUE to equal strip. And most doctors are not as blunt about stuff like this as I am...hence so many repairs of this issue in the past 2 years (with a bunch being by well known FUE doctors).
Male | Caucasion | Class: 2 | in 1 Session | FUT/Strip | Repair
A 48-year-old man with Type VI MPB underwent a session to the frontal half and mid scalp involving 4358 grafts. The accompanying video montage illustrates his transformation from before, during and about one year following the follicular unit transplantation (FUT) approach with Dr. Wesley.
Male | Caucasion | Class: 6 | 4358 Grafts in 1 Session | FUT/Strip | Transplant
Dr. Dorin showcases his approach to crown restoration using FUE (follicular unit extraction) hair transplant surgery. This patient received 1015 grafts.
Male | Caucasion | Class: 5 | 1015 Grafts in 1 Session | FUE | Transplant
Some of you may recall this guy's earlier video. He's a 31 year old guy who has fine hairs, very white skin, and is now 19 months out from starting with us. The day we did this video we did a final case to finish off his current balding crown and hopefully he'll travel back to DC next Christmas to show us the results. I'll send him a link so he can chime in.
Male | Caucasion | Class: 6 | in 2 Sessions | FUT/Strip | Transplant
Roger discusses his reasons for having a hair transplant with Dr. Gabel at the Gabel Hair Restoration Center in Oregon.
Male | Caucasion | FUT/Strip | Transplant
This patient visited to book for a procedure, but he already had one with us before. 2500 grafts into the hairline and the front portion of the scalp. We will be doing his crown next.
Feller and Bloxham Hair Transplants
Great Neck, NY
Male | Caucasion | Class: 2 | 2500 Grafts in 1 Session | FUT/Strip | Transplant
This hair transplant video features Dr. Paul Shapiro's hair transplant results on one of his patients. This patient received a total of 1929 grafts and 3700 hairs.
This patient had hair loss to temporal corners. Because he is in his 40's with minimal loss, Dr. Paul felt he was a candidate for dense packing. Pictures show his result 15 months after surgery.
Male | Caucasion | Class: 2 | 1929 Grafts in 1 Session | FUT/Strip | Transplant
This 62 year old gentleman had a hair loss pattern similar to a class 3 on the Hamilton Norwood hair loss scale. He previously had a procedure completed about 20 years ago by another physician and he was not very happy with his result. He did not feel that he had gained significant density from the procedure. He wanted to be able rebuild his hairline and bring his temples down slightly.
After establishing his medical history and understanding the progression of his hair loss, I diagnosed his condition as Androgenetic Alopecia (male pattern baldness), ruling out any other possible dermatological or medical conditions which can cause hair loss.
The patient’s goal was well suited to his needs. Based on our conversations I created and discussed my plan for his surgery; taking careful consideration when reconstructing an age appropriate hairline.
A total of 2,716 grafts were used. The break down was as follows: 1,204 single hair grafts and 1,512 two hair grafts. I used a significant amount of single hair follicular units as it allowed me to create a very natural hairline. This action will allow him to comb his hair without anyone detecting that he has had anything done.
These are his results 9 months after his procedure and there will continue to be more improvement over the next few months. The patient is extremely happy with his results.
Male | Caucasion | Class: 3 | 2716 Grafts in 1 Session | FUT/Strip | Transplant
This fellow stopped in unexpectedly today, 8 months and a day out from his crown. Shown are his preop, 5 month video, and 8 month video results.
Male | Caucasion | Class: 3V | in 1 Session | FUT/Strip | Transplant
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