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  1. Dr Mohebi is a very good soCal choice ! https://www.hairtransplantnetwork.com/physician/California/Parsa-Mohebi/647
  2. This is a 37 Year old man with Class III hair loss who received a hair transplant by Dr. Parsa Mohebi. We focused on the front, corners and front of top areas of the scalp and covered it with 2,970 follicular unit grafts. 2 FUE Hair Transplants were done with 2970 follicular unit grafts 8 month follow up after 2nd procedure. Miniaturization Study (Microscopic Evaluation) Location Miniaturization Hair Line: 90 Corners: 90 Top: 20 Crown: 30 Donor Area: 10 Here is the patient's hair characteristics: Hair loss class: III Hair color: Blonde Skin tone: White Hair character: Wavy Hair thickness: Thick Donor density: 2.2 Scalp laxity: 2.5-3 Here is how the grafts were distributed: Hairline: 380 Front: 2390 Crown: 200 Ones: 477 Twos: 2002 Threes: 447 Fours: 44 Total: 2970
  3. Dr. Pak is Dr. Rassman's protege right? Dr. Rassman has trained some great doctors like Dr Mohebi and worked with other great ones like Dr. Bernstein. Plus he's super ethical. At the end of the day, you just have to look at the doctors results on patients with similar hair loss patterns as you. Look at the doctors style and whether you think their goals align with yours. For example, I had a local doc recommend my like 1200 grafts just because he's a conservative guy and then Hasson and Wong went and recommended me 3000 grafts the following week. Make sure you don't only look at the doctors cherrypicked results and find ones from real patients.
  4. Hi everyone! Dr. Gujrati here, aka Dr. G, and I have been a hair transplant surgeon in the San Francisco/Bay Area for over a decade. I recently partnered with Parsa Mohebi Hair Restoration, and am now the Medical Director and lead surgeon at our San Francisco location. I really am looking forward to demonstrating my work here on the forum in the coming months. However, the main reason for this post/thread today is for me to share with you my very own recent hair transplant with my partner, Dr. Mohebi, and to give my account of the process as someone who is now both a hair transplant surgeon and patient. Just like almost everyone in this forum, I imagine, I have had my own personal emotions around and attachment to my hair, and this has been something I’ve known, but not expressed, for quite some time. My father has advanced hair loss, and I’ve always known that losing my hair was something I may have to face later in life. Having performed hair restoration procedures now for more than 10 years, I’m intimately aware of what the beginning stages of hair loss look like for my patients, and I’m also very much in tune with the mental and emotional hurdles that come with that. I’ve always taken great pride in my own hair, having grown long and luxurious locks starting 6 years ago, and in many ways, I’ve developed quite the identity around it. I was always optimistic and hopeful that I could somehow dodge the MPB bullet, but as I started noticing my hairline slowly receding over the past several years, I finally realized it was something I was going to have to tackle “head on.” (Sorry, Hair Surgeon humor…I couldn’t resist!) So, given my expertise in the field and the resources that I have, I decided that for me, it made sense to do something about it sooner rather than later. About two weeks ago, Dr. Mohebi and I planned and performed a 2,675 graft FUE procedure on me at our Los Angeles Hair Transplant Center. I have a feeling it will always be one of the most impactful days of my life - for so many reasons. Patient education is one of our first priorities at Parsa Mohebi Hair Restoration, and we found my procedure to be a great opportunity to review this process from a totally unique angle. We have been documenting this entire process – before, during, and after the procedure - with a small film crew, and we will continue to do so over the course of the next 12 months or so. Our intention is that this will be a great resource for many people suffering from hair loss and serve as a way to give a first-hand account of what hair restoration entails from start to finish: not only from the point of view of the patient, but from someone who has been trained and performed the same exact procedure on other happy patients for many years. I would also really love to take this opportunity to hear from all of you on the forum, so please feel free to ask me any questions you have. In the meantime, I’m including some photos from the day of my procedure, and I can’t wait to share the updates, photos, and videos that I have so far. I will continue recording and sharing more videos and photos in the weeks and months to come so that everyone has the opportunity to take this really special journey with me. All my best wishes, Dr. G
  5. Hi everyone! As some of you may know, Dr. Mohebi has recently partnered with fellow hair transplant surgeon Dr. Manu Gujrati, (aka Dr. G 😎), and he's recently decided to get a hair transplant with Dr. Mohebi. ("How the turn tables", for those of you who enjoy a reference from The Office. Lol.) We'll be documenting the entire process as he moves through all the stages of his hair restoration journey, and I'm excited for all of us, myself included, to get to know him better along the way. Read on below to learn more about Dr. G, and to hear what he and Dr. Mohebi have to say about his upcoming procedure. I'll be keeping this thread updated with photos, videos, and announcements should anyone want to follow along! - Brent/pkipling Hair Transplant Surgeon Becomes a Hair Restoration Patient For more than 10 years, Dr. Manu Gujrati has helped patients gain the full head of natural looking hair they have long desired. As the Medical Director of Parsa Mohebi Hair Restoration in Northern California, he passionately enjoys working with patients from all walks of life. Now, Dr. G is getting ready to take a step rarely seen before in the hair transplant community: The physician is about to become the patient….and he invites you to follow him on his hair transplant journey! “I know that some people hesitate to take the step towards hair restoration surgery and I want them to have a real view of what it is like,” Dr. G says. “Plus, this is the ultimate way for me to truly understand what my patients go through by actually stepping into their shoes.” Dr. G Hair Restoration Journey In early March of this year, Dr. G will travel from his home base of San Francisco to Los Angeles to undergo a hair transplant with his fellow surgeon and practice partner, Dr. Parsa Mohebi. The team that works hand-in-hand with Dr. G while routinely performing hair transplant surgeries for his patients will now be trusted to do the very same for him! According to Dr. G, his decision to have hair restoration surgery has been some time in the making. He feels that now is the right time for him (personally and professionally) to have the procedure. He is also thrilled to be able to share his story with you as the Parsa Mohebi Hair Restoration team will document the journey with exclusive videos and other behind the scenes info about each step of the process. We will visit Dr. G at his home and office as he prepares for the procedure. We will also hear, in his own words, what the prospect of the hair restoration surgery means to him and why this is the perfect moment for him to undergo hair transplant surgery. We will also show you the meeting between Dr. Mohebi and Dr. G when Dr. G travels to our Los Angeles hair restoration center. These two experienced hair transplant surgeons are colleagues and talk on a regular basis about their experiences at our Los Angeles hair transplant center and our San Francisco hair restoration medical office. Their relationship will be taking on a different aspect as Dr. G puts himself in the medical care of Dr. Parsa Mohebi. Dr. G and Dr. Mohebi Discuss the Upcoming Hair Transplant Procedure When asked why he chose Dr. Mohebi to perform his hair transplant, Dr. G said “The idea of having my own hair transplant has been on my radar for a little while. I have had the opportunity to meet many talented and experienced surgeons over the years but the timing never felt right to have the procedure. I got to know Dr. Mohebi and joined the team at Parsa Mohebi Hair Restoration. While getting to know Dr. Mohebi on a personal level, I have observed that we share the same passion for providing the best results for our patients. After having many private conversations about the level of caring and commitment we both have for our patients, the idea of taking this journey together was an obvious decision.” “I felt a full range of emotions when discussing this idea with him,” Dr. Mohebi said of Dr. G joining the list of his doctor patients. “I was both flattered that he chose me as his surgeon and excited to help him achieve his hair restoration goals. I was also touched that he was willing to share his story with me that went all the way back to one of his very first haircuts as a young child. We talked about his family, his religion and the reasons why he waited until now to have a hair transplant.” Los Angeles Hair Transplant for a Good Cause Dr. Mohebi pointed out, “I was also moved to hear he wants to donate his current long locks of hair to a charity that makes wigs for those that are lacking in hair due to medical reasons or cancer. That is so inspiring! I was already a fan of Dr. G as a person and a medical professional but the chance to take this journey with him is one that I never expected!” Dr. G Shares His Story with the Public Dr. G realizes he is in a unique position when it comes to being able to share his hair restoration experience with others. “My hair transplant surgery puts me in an educational position that not many others surgeons are able to experience. The process of having a hair restoration procedure is very scary and intimidating to some people. They are not sure what is involved as well as what to expect before, during and after the surgery. I am looking forward to being able to share my personal story with patients to give them an inside view of what they will experience physically and emotionally. If my personal journey can help someone make the decision to gain the hairline they have always desired, I am more than happy to put their mind at ease.” Along with sharing his journey through videos and blogs, Dr. G will also be hosting a Reddit AMA in the near future. “There are many Reddit users that often post questions in hair loss forums. They would benefit from hearing from a hair transplant surgeon that also had the same concerns about his hairline and decided to do something about it. The education opportunities are endless with my upcoming hair transplant procedure.”
  6. Hello, I’m posting a review of my experience with my fue hair transplant with Dr Mohebi in LA, California. Im a 41 year old male and I had a receiding hair line that was getting worse and I couldn’t take it anymore. After doing months of research I landed on Dr Mohebi. I live in Canada, so my consult was over FaceTime. He answered all of my questions ana took the time to explain the surgery. He suggested that I could get as many as 2100 graphs to strengthen and even maybe restore my hairline. I went ahead and got the surgery. His staff were so friendly and professional. Dr Mohebi was amazing start to finish. I highly reccomend him. It was a positive experience, and the results so far is already life changing. I’m just over 6 months post surgery and I’m so happy with my current progress. In my opinion, Dr Mohebi is an artist and he deeply cares about his patients. I hope that this helps anybody considering a FUE hair transplant.
  7. Dear Community, I've been working hard this past year to get you guys great interviews from industry leaders, behind the scenes footage of hair transplant surgery and the latest in hair loss treatments. After filming @Parsa Mohebi, MD procedure on @Manu Gujrati, MDon Instagram, the feedback I received was overwhelmingly positive. True transparency builds trust and credibility. There is nothing more transparent than seeing the surgery live. So i'm excited to announce that I will be doing an Instagram live with Dr. Sethi and Dr. Bansal on the April 18th 7:00pm Pacific Time, and March 19th 7:00am Indian time. I really hope you guys can join us, it will be interactive, you can ask questions about surgery, and most importantly get a glimpse at how one of the world's best hair transplant doctors perform surgery. More details to come.
  8. Guys, Yesterday I was part of something never done before. Filming a live hair transplant procedure on a fellow hir transplant surgeon, while doing an open Q&A during the procedure. A special guest Dr. Sethi joined the live chat. I highly suggest you guys check it out. Be on the look out for Dr. Gujratis journey thread on here as well. https://www.instagram.com/tv/CMKwoNznE9i/?igshid=1dck58efa8ud7
  9. Hi everyone! Some of you may have seen this thread discussing Dr. G's upcoming hair transplant procedure with Dr. Mohebi on March 8th. Since he's new to the HTN community, here's an introduction video we posted last October to our YouTube page to give you more insight into who he is and what he brings to the team. I'm going to keep the aforementioned thread documenting his Hair Transplant updated as well for those of you who want to follow along over there.
  10. I had a "Celebrity FUE" procedure at Dr. Parsa Mohebi's office yesterday in Encino, CA. This is my initial post and will detail my journey with this procedure. I will continue to post occasionally until the final result is achieved. About Celebrity FUE / Unshaven FUE Procedures For those who don't know, "Celebrity FUE" is the term Dr. Mohebi has used to describe what is also known as a "non-shaved FUE procedure." On his website, he details both that this is a non-shaved procedure, that "the Celebrity FUE technique allows patients to keep their hair long during their procedure." I have attached screenshots of these statements to this post. At this time of writing, there is also a video on his Celebrity FUE page which says, "we don't cut, trim, or shave any hair." Why I Chose Dr. Parsa Mohebi As a public health professional, my top priority is to conceal my hair transplant from my patients while also getting good results. I had initially booked an FUE procedure with Dr. John Diep, but Dr. Diep told me he would need to shave the baby hairs on my hairline to implant the grafts. Although I admired his results more than anyone else I had seen within the US, ultimately, his statement led to me canceling the procedure with him. After reviewing many, many other surgeons, I scheduled a consultation with Dr. Mohebi., who I had bookmarked from my prior search - specifically because he offers a "Celebrity FUE" procedure. It was the most expensive of options I could have chosen, but concealing the transplant was critical to me, even if the results might not be as ideal to me - as long as it was good enough. Another selling point to me was that he said, as he does on his website, that "80% of transplanted grafts will already have your longer hair." During the consultation, I was assured like the videos that there would be no cutting of my current hair so that I could completely conceal the transplant. Additionally, when I asked Dr. Mohebi if he performs the surgery himself, he said straightforwardly said "yes." He reinforced that the grafts would be of my longer hair and said I would see a good preview of what my hair would look like after the full results were achieved. Not only was this attractive to me because I could conceal the transplant, but also potentially pull off a more enhanced hair look for the first month after the surgery. Surgery Day / The Experience The meeting I had with him in-person the day before the procedure went well. We examined my loss pattern with a microscope and determined the density of various areas, particularly the donor area. I showed him pictures of my hair loss progression over two decades (starting at 16 years old, I'm now about to turn 36). We created a long-term plan for my hair restoration that included potentially rebuilding the temples at some point (though not necessary) and thickening the crown and vertex at a later date when it is needed. When I arrived the next morning to begin the surgery, he asked me if we could trim my baby hairs around my hairline. Whenever anyone says trim, it means literally to trim - not shave or buzz off. Even though I did not give consent to this on the written forms, I said yes verbally because I knew he was indicating that doing so would provide optimal results for incision and inserting the grafts. He then told me there would be a few ladies assisting him during the procedure. I imagined these assistants would help with graft harvesting and counting. Once I was in the chair, I was sedated with laughing gas and one Valium. Once sedated, he requested "the clippers" from one of the technicians and buzzed off about a half-inch all around the hairline on my crown - my hairline now resembling an old Nicholas Cage. I was not happy, but it was too late, I was sedated, and there was no point in pulling out at this point. Once I was fully sedated, Dr. Mohebi used his syringe to provide me with good local anesthesia as needed. The pain was more minimal than a regular injection you would receive from a lab technician doing bloodwork. Dr. Mohebi then began extracting a number of grafts from my donor area using a tool that made drilling-like noises - the puncher, I assume. I do not believe this tool was used on extracting all of my grafts, and Dr. Mohebi himself did not extract all of my grafts. After a short period of time, probably around a half hour, and while my head was now positioned down facing the floor, I stopped hearing his voice but felt the work continuing. When I asked what was happening and where Dr. Mohebi went, the four female technicians said "he has left to do other things while we catch up for him with the graft removal and placement process." This process continued, largely without Dr. Mohebi for the remaining 9 hours of the 10 hour surgery. The female technicians continued to chat with each other thoroughout the surgery. Dr. Mohebi would check in about once every two hours for about five or ten minutes to see how things were going, usually to administer more local anesthesia (I assume the technicians are not able to do this). Once he came in and rotated a couple of grafts that one of his technicians had inserted for him, I heard him say "these here need to be turned around." I was not happy with this process since I was told he would be conducting the surgery and there was no mention of technicians who would essentially be doing the whole procedure for him - technicians whose credentials I have no knowledge of and that I was not able to evaluate prior to my surgery. It is my understanding that all graft removal and placements are critical to the outcome results of the surgery. I would say Dr. Mohebi was in the room for a total of less than one hour for the ten hour procedure, and often for only 5-10 minutes at a time, usually to administer more local anesthesia. I did not vocalize my unhappiness during the procedure. The last thing I wanted to do was cause a stink while a group of people are operating on my head whose mood/focus I might affect. But I was not happy. A significant amount of the hair that I use for coverage of my temples had been buzzed off, and the process of the surgery was not what I was told it would be. I could have seen Dr. Diep for the same offered procedure (a buzzing of my baby hairs with FUE grafts) for thousands of dollars less and more density/grafts! The extra precautions I had requested be taken with Dr. Mohebi to conceal my operation and keep my hair have not only been been compromised, but disregarded when the doctor knew this was my top priority. Additionally, though he told me in an email prior that 80% of the grafts would contain my longer hair so I could see a preview of the results, he said at the end of the surgery that only half of the implanted grafts had hair. The hairs that were there were not my full length either, so it seemed pointless to me that we did this method of a procedure at all. The procedure itself was not painful. The four female technicians were very polite, though it did bother me that I had no idea they would be performing the surgery and what their experience/credentials were, if they were rented assistants, etc.... There were a couple of bad (i.e. mildly painful) punches that happened on occasion, but it was so minor that it barely registered. The most uncomfortable part was the pressure on my forehead from laying forward for a long time, and my hands/arms would go numb from laying them underneath my chest. I took three breaks in total throughout the 10 hour surgery - one of them for lunch, and the other two to use the bathroom. In total, I received 1567 grafts. Of those grafts, roughly 338 were triples, another 950 were doubles, and 279 were singles. I was given Valium, some extra strength Tylenol, and Prednisone to help me through the first days of recovery. Next Day Follow-up Meeting In my follow-up meeting the next day, one of the technicians from the surgery showed me how to wash my hair for the next four days. I felt the post-operation procedures were explained to me thoroughly. Finally, I met once more with Dr. Mohebi for about 10 minutes. I told him that I had a comfortable surgery experience with minimal pain, and that I was looking forward to seeing how the results turned out, but that I was very disappointed with how much of my hair was buzzed (not trimmed), which would compromise the concealing of my hair transplant, and also that I didn't appreciate how he told me he would do the surgery but in the end his technicians did. Although I could tell he was trying to remain professional in his response, he was quite defensive. At one point, he told me "I was there for most of the procedure, you just didn't see me because your head was down." I told him I knew this wasn't true because I heard every time he entered and left the room, and that I confirmed his absence with the technicians. He looked surprised. He then told me at least he did all of my graft extractions and incisions. I told him this was also not 100% true, because the technicians told me they were continuing to do extractions for him while he was gone. He then told me it was in my best interest to not have him insert my grafts anyway, because "I am not good at graft insertion. When I try to do it, my technicians laugh at me." I believe he continued to minimize his role in selling me on a procedure that did not meet our shared understanding and agreement. Finally, he was able to say: "I'm sorry. Thank you for your feedback. I will certainly consider it in how I advertise this procedure going forward." I was calm and rational with him throughout this conversation, but I was pretty upset with the accruing dishonesty made by this man, further reinforced by his responses to me during the conversation. I made my point clear though: I was lied to about the details of the procedure. My remaining hair looks drastically different and will not provide the coverage or natural lift as an unshaven head would have provided to conceal the operation, which is what we were going for. Far fewer implanted hairs are in place, and the ones that are look out of place. He told me he would be performing the surgery. He did not mention it would be completed by technicians nor that he his involvement would be minimal, let alone that he is "not good at graft insertion." I paid $21,000 for this procedure. I could have achieved 2000-2500 grafts with Diep for the same process of a procedure (and he was honest with me about it). I believe I was sold with a bait and switch approach here, and that hurts, given how much trust, vulnerability, and investment goes into this process. Had me told me from the first consultation when I asked him my questions and said, "we may need to shave part of your hair for optimal results, and my technicians do most of the work," then I could have made a more educated choice. I'm more than sure he was aware of this. These doctors are salesmen and marketers too, not just surgeons. Having said all of this, I do look forward to seeing how the results come out. I really do. I like the hairline that Dr. Mohebi drew for me. In 12 months I am hopeful that I will feel happier with my appearance than I do today. If the results are good, which I am hopeful they may be, it will be a significant improvement to my self-esteem and long-term concerns about my hair. But it doesn't change the facts of what happened, the bait-and-switch tactics, and the enormous additional cost to have a procedure done that did not do what it said it would do or performed by who said he would perform it. The procedure itself was not painful. What is painful is that the top reason I chose this particular procedure and to pay the incredibly high cost for its specialty approach was pointless. Not to mention the emotional pain of putting my trust, vulnerability, and a high premium financial investment into a procedure that could have been replicated cheaper and with an outcome that I believe would have been more desirable. And so regardless of my final results here, which I hope are good, it won't erase the reality of what has transpired here. I believe that I had the right to have the realistic process explained to me given my questions, concerns, and priorities for having the procedure with Dr. Parsa Mohebi. I will continue to post and update on my progress over the months ahead. I have attached pictures for exhibit of what is currently advertised as a Celebrity FUE procedure on his website, along with an email exchange, and pre-op pics of my hair and now post-op pics of my hair. While it is too late to go back in time, and although l am upset and have lost more money (and potentially though hopefully not compromised my results), my hope is that for those of you reading this you will realize how important it is to ask every little detail about the procedure. Even when I asked "will you be performing the procedure?" and received an immediate and straightforward "yes," it was later minimized and defended post-op by him saying "but I was there." We need more transparency and honesty in marketing. When it's not there, one cannot help but wonder why.
  11. Here's a quick video from @Parsa Mohebi, MD addressing the following questions: When should I go see a hair transplant surgeon? Who is a good candidate for a hair transplant? Which females are good candidates for a hair transplant? Is there an optimal diet that can help with hair loss? Do we lose transplanted hair? These are some of the more common questions we see from patients who are just learning about hair restoration, so this is a good resource/starting off point for anyone who has any of the above questions.
  12. We focused on the eyebrows and filled them with 697 follicular unit grafts. FUE Hair Transplant was done with 697 follicular unit grafts 9 month follow up.
  13. This is a 46 Year old man with Class VI hair loss who received a hair transplant by Dr. Parsa Mohebi. We focused on the crown, front, top and donor scar areas of the scalp and covered it with 4,078 follicular unit grafts. FUE Hair Transplant was done with 4,078 follicular unit grafts 8 month follow up Miniaturization Study (Microscopic Evaluation) Location Miniaturization Hair Line: HT Corners: HT Top: HT Crown: 100 Donor Area: 10 Here is the patient's hair characteristics: Hair loss class: VI Hair color: Salt and Pepper Skin tone: White Hair character: Slight Wavy Hair thickness: Thick Donor density: 1.9 Scalp laxity: 1.5-2 Here is how the grafts were distributed: Hairline: 158 Front: 1,600 Top: 690 Crown: 1,530 Donor Scar: 100 Ones: 437 Twos: 2,239 Threes: 1,379 Fours: 23 Total: 4,078
  14. Hey y'all! Here's a video that Dr. Mohebi made recently that I truly think is fantastic. One of the most common questions we see on this forum over and over again is "How do I know which surgeon to choose?" when doing their research, because let's face it - the process of choosing a surgeon can often be overwhelming and confusing, especially if you're brand new to the world of hair restoration. In this video, Dr. Mohebi gives some great advice and insight in to what he believes are some great guiding principles to consider when making that big decision. I hope this provides some guidance for those of you who are looking for the surgeon that's best for you. We'd also love to hear your thoughts on these tips, particularly if there's anything you think would be a good addition to this list. I'm attaching the time stamps below as well just in case you wanna bounce to a specific section. Happy Friday! Education - 0:43 Certifications - 1:29 Experience - 2:59 Hair Transplant Method - 3:34 Results - 5:33 Word of Mouth - 7:00 Consultation Appointment - 7:51 Innovation and Research - 9:51 Warning Signs when Choosing a Hair Transplant Surgeon - 11:04
  15. Some photos of the final work and team. Dr. Mohebi did the extractions while his technicians Anna and Rizza (5+ years experience with Dr. Mohebi) performed the placements simultaneously. The technician Christina (5+years with Dr. Mohebi) separated the grafts with a microscope to ensure singles are chosen in the hairline.
  16. This is a 49 Year old man with Class IV hair loss who received a hair transplant by Dr. Parsa Mohebi. We focused on the front and crown areas of the scalp and covered it with 2,504 follicular unit grafts. FUE Hair Transplant was done with 2,504 follicular unit grafts 8-month follow up Miniaturization Study (Microscopic Evaluation) Location Miniaturization Hair Line: 90 Corners: 90 Top: 20 Crown: 100 Donor Area: 10 Here is the patient's hair characteristics: Hair loss class: IV Hair color: Salt and Pepper Skin tone: White Hair character: Slight Wavy Hair thickness: Medium Donor density: 1.8 Scalp laxity: 2-2.5 Here is how the grafts were distributed: Hairline: 200 Front: 804 Crown: 1500 Ones: 398 Twos: 1594 Threes: 493 Fours: 19 Total: 2,504
  17. Y'all! I was going through my doc's videos on his YouTube channel, and stumbled across this one from 2013. It took me a second to figure out why the video/sound quality wasn't up to par with what Dr. Mohebi is currently producing (lol), and then realized it's because it's from 2013. I was blown away by Brad's honesty and transparency in this video. It's conversations like these that I truly believe make an impact in regards to normalizing hair restoration and us men being able to be honest about the negative effects hair loss can often have on us. So here's a video from the Mohebi vault for any of you interested!
  18. This is a 56 Year old woman with atypical hair loss who received a hair transplant by Dr. Parsa Mohebi. We focused on the front and corners area of the scalp and covered it with 1,868 follicular unit grafts. FUE Hair Transplant was done with 1,868 follicular unit grafts 9 month follow up Miniaturization Study (Microscopic Evaluation) Location Miniaturization Hair Line: 90 Corners: 60 Top: 20 Crown: 20 Donor Area: 10 Here is the patient's hair characteristics: Hair loss class: Atypical Hair Loss Hair color: Dark brown Skin tone: White Hair character: Straight Hair thickness: Fine Donor density: 2 Scalp laxity: 1.5-2 Here is how the grafts were distributed: Hairline: 200 Front: 1068 Temple: 600 Ones: 260 Twos: 711 Threes: 676 Fours: 221 Total: 1,868
  19. Hey guys! Here's a new video by @Parsa Mohebi, MD explaining his latest FUE Procedure. Being located in LA, he often has patients requesting a non-shave FUE so that their hair transplant is as undetectable as possible. Over the past decade, he's put a lot of time into perfecting what he is calling the Celebrity Hair Transplant™ so that patients who need their hair transplant to be undetectable have a viable option. He talks about the ins and outs of this procedure, how it works, the benefits, the downsides, etc. It's a more expensive procedure due to how time-consuming the process is, which also limits the number of grafts that can be done in a day, but for men who need smaller procedures and have the financial means to go this route, it's a viable option worth exploring. I'm attaching time stamps here if anyone wants to jump to a specific question or topic in the video: 0:11 - What is a Celebrity Hair Transplant™ ? 0:50- How did the Celebrity Hair Transplant™ evolve and get started? 3:36- Who is a good candidate for a Celebrity Hair Transplant™? 6:36- What is Simultaneous Placing? 7:22- What are the advantages and disadvantages of Celebrity Hair Transplant™? 9:21- What is the survival rate of grafts in Celebrity Hair Transplant™ versus a regular FUE? 10:16- Is the Celebrity Hair Transplant™ available to women? 11:38- What do I need to know about getting a haircut before my Celebrity Hair Transplant™? 12:28- What is the cost of a Celebrity Hair Transplant™? 12:57- Where can I get my Celebrity Hair Transplant™ procedure done? 13:35- When can I return to work after my Celebrity Hair Transplant™? Let us know if you have any questions, comments, input, etc.!
  20. This is a 27 Year old man with Class IV hair loss who received a hair transplant by Dr. Parsa Mohebi. We focused on the front and corners area of the scalp and covered it with 2435 follicular unit grafts. FUE Hair Transplant was done with 2435 follicular unit grafts 8 month follow up Miniaturization Study (Microscopic Evaluation) Location Miniaturization Hair Line: 100 Corners: 100 Top: 60 Crown: 50 Donor Area: 10 Here is the patient's hair characteristics: Hair loss class: IV Hair color: Dark Brown Skin tone: Medium Hair character: Straight Hair thickness: Medium Donor density: 2 Scalp laxity: 2.5-3 Here is how the grafts were distributed: Hairline: 200 Front: 1800 Top: 435 Ones: 247 Twos: 1058 Threes: 925 Fours: 205 Total: 2435
  21. Happy Friday! @Parsa Mohebi, MD is featured in this video providing one of the most comprehensive explanations of hair loss and hair restoration (specifically FUE) that I've seen. This is a great resource that answers many of the main questions associated with hair transplants and hair loss, from the consultation, to being a good candidate, to detailing all the individual steps of a procedure, etc. There's also fantastic footage of actual procedures taking place so that you can really get a grasp of what it all entails and what you can expect. Check it out and let us know what you think!
  22. Great question. @Parsa Mohebi, MD has a medical device called a laxometer which is useful to measure scalp laxity. I think he made it over a decade ago. Here's the link to it: https://parsamohebi.com/videos/the-laxometer-ii-how-to-measure-scalp-laxity-and-elasticity-during-hair-transplant-procedures/
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