Hair Transplant Info

Procedure 1

Dr. Wong



Age: 43 | Bald Class: Bald Class 5 Email Me

1 surgery, 24 October 2008 - 4500 grafts Dr. Jerry Wong

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My Hair Loss Story

In my early twenties or maybe a bit earlier, I was experiencing complications with my hair because it was going. It was a hopeless experience for me. It can take a long time to find he right solution if anything because there is so much on offer, in my case it took ten years. For the same reason, my blog is useful. Thanks for observing and commenting and please let me know if I can help.

How has my hair loss affected me?

Having lost much of my hair, I felt my life had become psychologically complicated, because I could not stop loosing it, which was very traumatic as a young man. My beliefs say that when I look good I feel good and I could not change this belief. 

What hair loss treatments have worked best for me?

My first hair transplant surgery from Dr. Wong has worked best for me to date. Even though I tried Minoxidil prior to choosing surgery, I haven't gone back to them after my surgery with Dr. Wong in Vancouver, Canada. 

Am I happy with my hair transplant experience and the results?

Yes, I am very happy with my first hair transplant experience and the result. My refined hairline, in particular, is a big source of happiness to me. It never disappoints me now. Washing and blow-drying my hair after shower is always a pleasure now which is a total reverse situation from what it used to be.

What hair loss treatments would I recommend?

I'd recommend surgery if you are eligible for it; have the donor hair for it. It was the only treatment that made a difference to me. No others were permanent. 

How has hair restoration surgery changed my life?

My mental and physical well-being has improved because of my surgery. If I could become a top hair transplantation surgeon professional, I'd know what a difference this skill would do to a patient.

My general advice and suggestions.

A hairtransplant is permanent. Make a plan, do your research both online and by visiting surgeons. Take whatever time it takes but don't delay for too long. Then, go to your surgery.