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Hair Transplant Surgeon: Dr. Jean Devroye

Hair transplantation surgery before and after result images

Hair Transplant Sessions: 1
Grafts Implanted: 3618
Total Hairs Transplanted: 7615
Baldness Class: 6
Surgical Procedure: Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE)

Here is a very interesting example of FUE.

As we can see on the pictures, the area to graft was wide, and the patient would like to cover the frontal area as well as the crown area.

As the entire area was wide it was almost impossible to cover it in one intervention. So, we have decided to subdivide the surgery in two parts : the anterior area and then the posterior area.

Also, the patient was aware that with his situation he will probably have to come back for another surgery in the years forward.

The result is excellent. 

Nevertheless, we can see clearly that the non-grafted interim area is already less thick than the grafted areas. So, we will do something with a new limited intervention in a few months.

It is a typical example of what we can obtain beginning with an empty area with a limited number of grafts.

Details :
Day 1 : 2530 grafts - 5196 hair.
Day 2 : 1088 grafts - 2419 hair.
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Hair restoration procedure before and after results
Hair restoration surgery using 3618 grafts shown from the front, viewing before, immediate postoperative, and after pictures.

Hair transplantation surgery before and after photos by Dr. Jean Devroye
Hair transplant surgery using 3618 grafts viewed from the top, displaying before, immediate postoperative, and after photos.

Hair transplantation surgery before and after pictures by Dr. Jean Devroye
Hair transplant session using 3618 grafts displaying before, immediate postoperative, and after photos, viewed from the back.

Hair restoration procedure before and after pictures by Dr. Jean Devroye
Hair transplant surgery using 3618 grafts displaying before, immediate postoperative, and after photos, viewed from the crown.