Patient story 4
Norwood Scale: 3
Surgery: Follicular Unit Excision (FUE)
Number of Grafts: 1292
This gentleman was suffering from the effects of male pattern baldness primarily at his temples and frontal hairline. His treatment aim was to reverse the recession of his frontal and temporal hairline bringing it forward to a natural position that would suit him for the rest of his adult life.
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This gentleman was suffering from temporal and frontal hairline recession. Being on finasteride meant he had already stabilised his hair loss and he was in a position to consider surgical treatment.
The aim of his hair transplant was to:
- Give him a natural hairline that is brought forward and rounded naturally at the temples
- Bolster and thicken out his existing frontal hair
Before and after hair transplantation
This patient's result is 8 months post-surgery. We can expect further growth and thickness over the next 10 months.
Extraction of 1292 grafts for implantation into the frontal hairline and temple region. This was carried out using the FUE (follicular unit excision) method in one session.
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