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Dr. Vladimir Panine

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About Dr. Vladimir Panine

  • Rank
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  • Birthday 12/10/1959

Basic Information

  • Gender
    Male

Hair Transplant Clinic Information

  • Hair Transplant Surgeon
    Dr. Vladimir Panine
  • Hair Transplant Network Recommendation Profile
  • Hair Transplant Clinic Name
    Chicago Hair Transplant Clinic
  • Primary Clinic Address
    875 N Michigan Ave, Suite 2622
  • Country
    United States
  • State
    IL
  • City
    Chicago
  • Zip Code
    60611
  • Phone Number
    708 456 9800
  • Fax Number
    708 456 2481
  • Website
    http://www.chicagohairtransplant.com
  • Email Address
    vpanine@drpanine.com
  • Provides
    Follicular Unit Hair Transplantation (FUT)
    Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE)
    Eyebrow Transplantation
    Eyelash Transplantation
    Body Hair Transplantation (BHT)
    Prescriptions for Propecia
    Free In-depth Consults

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  1. This 32-year-old gentleman had a hair loss pattern similar to a class 4v on the Hamilton Norwood hair loss scale with very fine hair. After establishing his medical history and understanding the progression of his hair loss, I diagnosed his condition as Androgenetic Alopecia (male pattern baldness), ruling out any other possible dermatological or medical conditions which can cause hair loss. His goal was to rebuild his hairline and add density to the frontal 1/3-1/2 of his scalp and wanted to fill in the crown. Taking his age and hair loss into consideration we came upon an agreement fo
  2. JohnAC71, Thank you for the kind words! The patient is really happy with the results thus far but I imagine he may want a second procedure down the road to fill in the crown as you mentioned.
  3. This 33-year-old gentleman had a hair loss pattern similar to a class 4v on the Hamilton Norwood hair loss scale. His goal was to rebuild his hairline and add density to the frontal 1/3-1/2 of his scalp. After establishing his medical history and understanding the progression of his hair loss, I diagnosed his condition as Androgenetic Alopecia (male pattern baldness), ruling out any other possible dermatological or medical conditions which can cause hair loss. I wanted to reconstruct a hairline that would be suitable for him as he continued to age. Taking his age and hair loss into consi
  4. This 50-year-old gentleman had a hair loss pattern similar to a class 5 on the Hamilton Norwood hair loss scale. He had a previous strip (FUT) hair restoration procedure by another clinic about 8 years ago. His goal was to rebuild his hairline and add density to the frontal 1/2 of his scalp. Taking his age and hair loss into consideration we discussed what he wanted to see done and together we constructed a surgical plan that would suite his expectations. I needed to create a natural hairline that would be suitable for him as he continued to age. Therefore, I used a significant amount of
  5. HTHope & Curious25, That’s a good question! Harvesting is done in the “safe zone”, which is determined on a case by case basis. Each patient’s density pattern can be different. This patient’s safe zone varied from what you’d see in a textbook. It’s very important that the physician looks carefully, with high magnification, to determine where grafts can be safely extracted. Myself, I use the Carl Zeiss 8x loops to examine the scalp, hair density and the patterns established by current and predicted future hair loss. If a physician doesn’t adjust the extraction area to accommodate the p
  6. This 30-year-old gentleman had a hair loss pattern similar to a class 4 on the Hamilton Norwood hair loss scale. His goal was to rebuild his hairline and add density to the frontal 1/3-1/2 of his scalp. Taking his age and hair loss into consideration we discussed his expectations. The patient’s goal was well suited to his needs and therefore I planned the surgery accordingly. I wanted to reconstruct a hairline that would be suitable for him as he continued to age. A total of 2,579 grafts were used. I used a significant amount of single hair follicular units which allowed me to create a very na
  7. This patient came to see me when he was 25-year-old and had a hair loss pattern similar to a class 3 on the Hamilton Norwood hair loss scale. His goal was to rebuild his hairline and add density to the frontal 1/3-1/2 of his scalp. Taking his age and hair loss into consideration we came upon an agreement for what would suite his expectations. After establishing his medical history and understanding the progression of his hair loss, I diagnosed his condition as Androgenetic Alopecia (male pattern baldness), ruling out any other possible dermatological or medical conditions which can cause hair
  8. This 56-year-old gentleman had a hair loss pattern similar to a class 5v on the Hamilton Norwood hair loss scale. His goal was to rebuild his hairline and add density to the frontal 1/2 of his scalp. After establishing his medical history and understanding the progression of his hair loss, I diagnosed his condition as Androgenetic Alopecia (male pattern baldness), ruling out any other possible dermatological or medical conditions which can cause hair loss. I wanted to reconstruct a hairline that would be suitable for his age and also leave enough donor hair to address his crown at a later tim
  9. This 28-year-old gentleman had a hair loss pattern similar to a class 5 on the Hamilton Norwood hair loss scale. His goal was to rebuild his hairline and add density to the frontal 1/2 of his scalp. Taking his age and hair loss into consideration we came upon an agreement for what would suite his expectations. After establishing his medical history and understanding the progression of his hair loss, I diagnosed his condition as Androgenetic Alopecia (male pattern baldness), ruling out any other possible dermatological or medical conditions which can cause hair loss. The patient’s goal was wel
  10. This 31-year-old gentleman had a hair loss pattern similar to a class 4v on the Hamilton Norwood hair loss scale. His goal was to rebuild his hairline and add density to the frontal ½ and get some grafts into his crown. Taking his age and hair loss into consideration we came upon an agreement for what would suite his expectations. After establishing his medical history and understanding the progression of his hair loss, I diagnosed his condition as Androgenetic Alopecia (male pattern baldness), ruling out any other possible dermatological or medical conditions which can cause hair loss.
  11. This 27-year-old gentleman had a hair loss pattern similar to a class 3 on the Hamilton Norwood hair loss scale. His goal was to rebuild his hairline and add density to the frontal 1/3-1/2 of his scalp. Taking his age and hair loss into consideration we came upon an agreement for what would suite his expectations. After establishing his medical history and understanding the progression of his hair loss, I diagnosed his condition as Androgenetic Alopecia (male pattern baldness), ruling out any other possible dermatological or medical conditions which can cause hair loss. The patient’s goal was
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