Hair Transplant Surgeon:
Dr. Blake Bloxham
Hair transplant surgery before and after result images
Hair Transplant Sessions: 1
Grafts Implanted: 3200
Baldness Class: 2
Follicular Unit Transplant (FUT/Strip)
"What happens when the other hair falls out?" "What will the transplants look like when the native hair falls out?"
These are two very common questions I'm asked by diffusely thinning or patterned diffusely thinning patients during consultations. What they want to know is what the results of their transplant will look like after the supporting, native hair we work though eventually thins and falls out.
And I tell patients that because modern techniques allow us to carefully work through
instead of completely going around
these native hairs, the transplants will stand on their own after you lose the hair around the transplants.
And that is exactly what happened with today's patient:
This patient is a very diffuse thinner with NW VI potential. I did a 3,200 graft FUT procedure on his frontal and mid-scalp in 2015 and carefully worked through his native hair at the time. He was worried that it would look thin when these hairs fell out, and I assured him the transplants would stand on their own.
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Hair restoration surgery using 3200 grafts viewed from the front, showing before and after photographs.
Hair restoration surgery using 3200 grafts shown from the top, viewing before and after pictures.
Hair transplant surgery using 3200 grafts displayed from the left, viewing before and after photos.
Hair transplantation surgery with 3200 grafts viewing before and after images, displayed from the right.
Hair transplant session using 3200 grafts displaying An immediate postoperative image.
Hair transplant procedure using 3200 grafts displaying the patients' residual donor area scar two years postoperative.