Hair Transplant Surgeon: Dr. Vladimir Panine

Hair restoration surgery before and after photo results

Hair Transplant Sessions: 1
Grafts Implanted: 2527
Baldness Class: 3
Surgical Procedure: Follicular Unit Transplant (FUT/Strip)

This 26 year old gentleman had a hair loss pattern similar to a class 3 on the Hamilton Norwood hair loss scale. His goal was to rebuilding his hairline and temple recession. I explained to him that his goals could be met with one hair transplant procedure. When planning the surgery I discussed with the patient the need to reconstruct a hairline that would be suitable for him now, but also considered how he would look as he gets older. A total of 2,527 grafts were used. The break down was as follows: 1,327 single hair grafts, 1,008 two hair grafts and 192 three hair grafts. As I was rebuilding a hairline I used significantly more single hair follicular units to ensure that the final result looked natural. These are his results 10 months after his procedure and there will continue to be more improvement over the next few months. The patient is extremely happy with his results.


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Before and after hair transplantation result photographs
Hair restoration surgery using 2527 grafts shown from the front, viewing before, after one day, and after 10 months pictures.

Hair restoration procedure before and after pictures
Front view of patient immediately after hair transplant surgery

Hair transplantation surgery before and after images by Dr. Vladimir Panine
Hair restoration surgery with 2527 grafts displayed from the left, viewing before, immediate postoperative, and after pictures.

Hair transplantation surgery before and after photos by Dr. Vladimir Panine
Hair transplant procedure with 2527 grafts displayed from the right, viewing before, immediate postoperative, and after images.

Hair transplantation surgery before and after pictures by Dr. Vladimir Panine
Hair transplant procedure using 2527 grafts displaying the patientís residual donor area before, three months, and ten months postoperative.