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About Hairtechnician

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Basic Information

  • Gender
    Female
  • Country
    United States
  • State
    AZ

Hair Transplant Clinic Information

  • Hair Transplant Surgeon
    Hairtechnician
  • Hair Transplant Clinic Name
    Physician's Hair Institute
  • Primary Clinic Address
    3940 N Campbell Ave, Tucson AZ 85719
  • Country
    United States
  • State
    AZ
  • Phone Number
    520-290-5555 or 800-840-9761
  • Fax Number
    520-290-6520
  • Website
    www.hairrestore.com
  • Email Address
    office@hairrestore.com
  • Provides
    Follicular Unit Hair Transplantation (FUT)
    Eyebrow Transplantation
    Prescriptions for Propecia
    Free In-depth Consults

Representative Information

  • Name
    HairTechnician
  • Doctor Representative For
    Dr. Sharon Keene
  • Location
    Arizona
  • Email Address
    office@hairrestore.com

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  1. This patient came to Dr. Keene with a Type V hair loss pattern in his late 20s. The photos here are from before and after a consecutive day surgery session of 4000 plus grafts. He is very happy to have his hair style back the way he likes it! Will add the graft breakdown later.
  2. This 40 something gentleman came to Dr Keene to make his hairline more natural after he had a scalp flap surgery (done elsewhere). Dr. Keene prescribed Finasteride to help him retain his hair, and provided a range of grafts for him to choose from depending on whether he wanted to include both the hairline and temporal area. He opted to include both, and Dr. Keene softened the hair line as well as filled in the temporal area and scars with a session of 1750 FUT grafts, restoring a natural appearance. He opted to further add more density a few years later with a 2nd procedure, this time opting for FUE for the donor removal method. The photos are from before, after 1750 FUT, and after an additional 1000 FUE. He is pleased with his results, and mentioned that the results make him feel more confident. Here is the graft breakdown: FUT Surgery 2014 FUE Surgery July 2017 1s) 397 1s) 31+ 2s) 542 2s) 498 3s) 600 3s) 328 4s) 211 3s) 143 Total 1750 Total 1000+
  3. This 29 year old came to Dr. Keene with the goal to stabilize his hair loss, and restore his hairline. Dr. Keene prescribed Finasteride to help prevent further hair loss, and he is aware of the risk of further hair loss, which is diminished with the use of Finasteride. He opted for the FUE donor removal method as his preference. Dr Keene filled in his hairline with just over 1800 FUE grafts, using the WAW FUE donor removal method. The photos are from before, and 18 months post surgery. Here is the graft number breakdown by numbers of hair per graft: 1s) 200+ 2s) 612 3s) 768 4s) 292 Total 1800+
  4. This 30 something gentleman came to Dr. Keene with the goal of restoring his hair line. The photos are from before and 18 months after 2250 FUT grafts. He and his wife are very happy with his results! He told Dr. Keene his choice to have surgery was one of the "best things I've ever done." Here is the graft number breakdown by hairs per graft: 1s) 232 2s) 790+ 3s) 850+ 4s) 378 Total 2250+ grafts + indicates where we got additional grafts-we include the numbers based on the amount patients paid for, but will always place any extra grafts we obtain. Total Hairs: 5874+
  5. This 35 year old patient came to Dr. Keene to restore his front hair line. Since he likes to wear his hair buzz cut, he chose FUE for his donor removal method. There is no completely scarless donor removal method, but FUE blends better with buzz cut hair than FUT, especially in someone with high color contrast, so FUE was chosen. These photos are from before and 8 months after. Some patients take longer to grow in but he appears to have his complete growth. Now that he has turned back the clock on his hair loss, he remains on Finasteride to help stop further hair loss. Here is the graft break down: 1s) 175 2s) 584+ 3s) 645 4s) 96 Total 1500+ Where we obtained some additional beyond what he paid we include a plus sign.
  6. This Type III pattern young man came to Dr. Keene due to noticing temporal recession. His father, grandfather and uncles are all class IV, so his hair loss could progress if not addressed. He was started on Finasteride, and took that for 12 years before he decided to also fill in his temporal recession with surgery. The Finasteride was effective in stabilizing his hair loss. Clearly he didn't rush into this choice, but his temporal recession bothered him and since the Finasteride was working to prevent further hair loss he opted to proceed with a hair transplant. These photos are from before his surgery of 1800 FUSS grafts to fill in the temple area, and 3 years post surgery. He continues to take Finasteride to prevent further hair loss and maintain his youthful hairline.
  7. This gentleman in his 60s had not noticed his thinning until he was just over 50. He chose not to just let nature have its way, and came to Dr. Keene. Dr. Keene recommended between 4000 and 4600 grafts as the minimum amount she would recommend for excellent cosmetic result. These photos are from before, and after he had FUSS with 4000 grafts. Here is the graft breakdown: 1 haired grafts=298+ 2 haired grafts=1442+ 3 haired grafts=1484+ 4 haired grafts=776 Total 4000+ We typically do not include all the extra grafts in the counts we provide when we get extra because we know patients compare and we don't want someone to be disappointed if they don't get as many as someone else.
  8. This 30 year old gentleman came to Dr. Keene to fill in his hairline especially were he was receded in his temple area. Dr. Keene prescribed Finasteride to help him retain his existing hair, and recommended 1800 to 2300 grafts to fill in his hair line based on his goals. He opted for 1900 grafts, just above the minimum she recommended. He chose the FUE donor removal method to assure he would have the option to wear his hair very short on the back and sides where the donor is removed, but he does wear it with some length in the front which gives him the advantage of layering to help create a dense appearance. The photos are from before and 1 year after 1900+ FUE grafts. He is wearing hair gel in his post op photos which gives him the wet look. He is very pleased with his results! Here is the graft breakdown: 1s) 283 2s) 603 3s) 643 4s) 419 Total 1900+
  9. This patient in his mid-30s had front and crown hair loss that could have progressed to a type VI or VII pattern (like his father) without intervention. Dr. Keene recommended 4500 grafts initially, but adjusted it lower to provide the minimum number of grafts for cosmetic coverage. These photos are from before, and 11 months post-surgery. The surgery provided a nice thinning coverage that fits his hairstyle, and the patient has the option to return for additional grafts in the future if he decides he would like to add more density. Here is the graft break down: 1s) 455+ 2s) 1337 3s) 816 4s) 192 Total 2800+
  10. Thanks Ontop and Mania1! I added a couple of photos of 1 week post surgery because a lot of patients like to see that.
  11. This young man (in his mid 20s) came to Dr. Keene about 2 years ago with his main concern to stop his hair loss--he felt that his hairline was okay where it was. His father, uncles and grandfather on both sides have type V and VI hair loss patterns and he did not want to follow in their foot steps. After discussing his options, he opted to start on Finasteride at that time. After 8 months on the medication, he felt his hair loss had stopped, and decided he would also like to fill in his hair line. Dr. Keene advised a conservative number of 1500 grafts, and he opted for the FUE donor removal technique. The photos are from before (on the day of surgery) and 18 months post surgery. He is happy with his results, and still has plenty of donor for the future should he decide to augment more, especially if he loses more hair. He is continuing to take the Finasteride to prevent further hair loss with no indication of further hair loss at this time. The photos of the donor are from before, 2 weeks post surgery, and 18 months post surgery.
  12. This 30 something patient came to Dr. Keene with the goal to stop his hair loss and add some to his frontal area. Dr. Keene prescribed Finasteride to help combat futher hair loss and possibly strengthen his existing hair, and he opted to undergo an FUE hair restoration procedure with 1000 grafts focused on the frontal area. This was an average of about 30 grafts per sq cm, though fewer were placed in area where he had thinning. The photos are from before and 1 year after surgery of 1000 FUE grafts. Here is the graft breakdown: 1s) 200 2s) 248+ 3s) 327 4s) 225 Total 1000+ (+ indicates where we did a few extra but we don't include the extra in the count)
  13. This young man wanted to restore his front hair line including the temporal recession he had experienced. The photos are from before and one year later with 2100+ grafts. Here is the graft break down: 1s) 239+ 2s) 853+ 3s) 758 4s) 250 Total 2100+
  14. This 20 something patient came to Dr. Keene for recommendations on what he could do to restore his hairline and crown. Dr. Keene recommended he take Finasteride to strengthen and retain his hair, and recommended against surgery in the crown area until we saw what the Finasteride could do to strengthen the area, because sometimes strengthening the vellus hair (which is the very fine in caliber), when it is present, will be enough to add significantly to the appearance of density. The hair in that stage is often at the end of its final growth cycle but can sometimes be saved by taking Finasteride. In the front hairline, we knew that he would not regrow hair where it was completely gone,, so she recommended 1400 grafts for that area. These photos are from before, and 1 year post surgery with 1400 grafts. He started Finasteride around the same time. His hairline has grown in nicely, and he has experienced enough regrowth of hair in the crown area so that he doesn't feel he needs more density there at this time. He is very happy with his current results, and has plenty of donor left to add more in the future should he need it--depending on whether he stays on the Finasteride, and its continued effectiveness at retaining his hair. Here is the graft breakdown: 1s) 272+ 2s) 594 3s) 413 4s) 121 Total 1400+
  15. This 20 something patient came to Dr. Keene to restore his front hairline to one that better represented his youth. He was referred by his father who had had surgery years before with Dr. Keene and wanted his son to catch his hair loss early. Dr. Keene prescribed Finasteride for him, which he has continued to take to keep his existing hair, and he opted to have surgery to restore his hairline. The photos are from before and 2 years post surgery of 2200+ grafts. Below is the graft breakdown by hairs per graft: 1s) 300+ 2s) 700+ 3s) 879 4s) 371 Total 2200+ Note: The plus sign indicates where we got some extra, but we include only the number of grafts a patient paid for because the number extra will vary, and we don’t want patients to be disappointed if they don’t get as many extra as someone else.
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