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Hair Transplant Surgeon: Dr. Sanusi Umar

Hair restoration before and after photos with 8000 hybrid grafts

Hair Transplant Sessions: 1
Grafts Implanted: 8000
Baldness Class: 7
Surgical Procedure: Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE)

Before Surgery:

  1. Advanced androgenetic alopecia of NW 7
  2. He’d shaved the rest of his head or wore a baseball cap to camouflage his baldness.

He came to Dr. Umar knowing he did not have enough head donor hair to even attempt strip surgery, or to have a successful FUE procedure without the use of non-head hair.

Surgery:
This patient had a 2-phased surgery:

Phase I: 8000 grafts using beard and some head hair, focusing on hairline design.
Phase II: He had another 4000 grafts implanted (results to be posted as they become available).

Surgery Results:
The result from phase I surgery is hereby posted.
This hair restoration patient was amazed at how well Dr. Umar’s hairline design matched his natural hairline from 18 years prior—without Dr. Umar having ever seen old pictures of the patient. Already, the patient no longer shaves his head or hides under a baseball cap.


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Before and after hair transplant surgery photos by Dr. Sanusi Umar
Hair transplant surgery using 8000 hybrid grafts, some from the scalp and some from the beard, viewed from the top, displaying before and after photos.

Left view before and after hair restoration  images by Dr. Sanusi Umar
Hair restoration surgery using 8000 hybrid grafts, some from the scalp and some from the beard, viewed from the left, displaying before and after images.

Hair transplant surgery before and after pictures by Dr. Sanusi Umar
Hair transplantation surgery using 8000 hybrid grafts, some from the scalp and a few from the beard, shown from the back, displaying before and after images.

Donor area showing the area body hair was used by Dr. Sanusi Umar
Photos showing the donor area around this patient's beard were follicles were harvested for transplant on the patients scalp.