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  1. On the market for the latest hair transplant technology? FUE hair surgeon in LA Dr. Umar has spent many years perfecting his FUE system Dr. UGraft ™. At the heart of his creation is the Dr.UPunch i ™ FUE punch, a landmark design that has greatly expanded the potential of FUE treatment. The FUE process is safe and relatively non-invasive. Some patients come to our office expressing concern about scarring in the donor area. While no surgical procedure is completely scar-less, the Dr.UGraft ™’s patented Dr.UPunch i ™’s FUE punch tip is engineered to minimize FUE scarring while simultaneously harvesting the healthiest, bulkiest, and most viable grafts possible for your hair transplant procedure. The graft yield and survival rates made possible by the Dr.UGraft ™ system are unmatched, especially in patients of color suffering from sudden hair loss and severe baldness. Dr.UGraft ™ makes FUE hair replacement and BHT hair transplant possible for every patient seeking relief, regardless of their circumstances or hair texture. The Dr. U Hair Clinic in Redondo Beach firmly believes in FUE treatment as the best hair transplant method. We’ve created this short video that goes into much more detail on what makes our FUE equipment so radically different from those of the past.
  2. Hi! Dr. Umar is a well-known inventor in HT field. My question is ' is the ugraft the same thing with implanter pen with u-shaped end invented by Dr. Umar'?
  3. Melvin-Moderator

    FUT w/ Dr. Diep

    Dr. Diep is excellent for afrocentric hair, I would also consult with Dr.Umar, both are in California, so if you’re in California it may be worth while.
  4. Melvin-Moderator

    uGraft FUE Hair Transplant

    Hey Guys, Dr. Umar, a well known and respected physician has created a new FUE hair transplantation device called the Ugraft. I encourage everyone to take a few moments out of your day to read the article, provide any feedback, opinions etc. uGraft FUE Hair Transplant System and it's Advantages
  5. jj51702

    uGraft FUE Hair Transplant

    Dr. Umar was the only surgeon that that I met that charged me money for a consultation.
  6. I had scalp scarring alopecia from a childhood condition which caused balding in my frontal hair line. I had a previous transplant procedure from another Dr. who says he specializes in transplanting african american hair and the results were minimal. I had smp done after that transplant and wasn't satisified with the results. I went to Dr. Umar and had around 2400 grafts done in two different sessions over 2 years. I am pleased with the results. I attached a picture of before, and at 9 months post second procedure. I had fue the previous procedure with the other Dr. as well as with Dr. Umar. In my humble opinion I believe if you are aa and wear your hair short like I do you should only get fue and not strip (fut) just my opinion once again. Thanks all.
  7. In my personal opinion THE BEST IN REPAIR AMERICA: DR. UMAR (USA) EUROPE: DR. BISANGA (BELGIUM) ASIA: DR. BHATTI (INDIA)
  8. Thank you home1212. That must be a great feeling to feel comfortable with your hair after living with a bad HT. I've been living with this for 20 years and want more than anything to be done with it. Going to see Dr. Umar in a week, hoping for a miracle.
  9. sorry to hear about your situation, I can relate because I had a HT when I was in my early 20's in the 1990's, no idea what I was getting into other than I thought it was a solution to my fear of starting to lose hair, but it was the exact opposite, I got plugs put into my hairline which was fine for a several years until I lost more and more hair. I suffered for decades styling my hair in the most creative ways to try and conceal my hair loss, using hair sprays, gels, comb-overs, etc. I finally had enough after doing quite a bit of research and coming across this site, doing my research on new techniques, best in class doctors, etc. I finally got a few consultations with some top notch docs including Feller, Hasson, Shapiro, Konior, but settled on doing FUE with Rahal. I can't tell you how freeing it was to finally correct a problem and fear I was living with for years ... it was the best thing I could have done for myself. I hope you find a solution to your issue to, maybe Dr. Umar?? If your donor is depleted, he does some great work with body, beard grafts. Post some pics of your condition so others can give you some advice as well. Best of luck to you.
  10. I wanted to post results from my two hair transplants. From reading other people's posts, I notice that a lot will upload images from soon after their surgery, but not as much from down the line. And it's from what comes down the line that's the point of this whole thing. My Background: First became aware of losing hair during my late 20's. Since I had long, tangly hair, I attributed this loss each day when showering due to combing out the tangles and pulling some hairs. Really, I was not aware of how much I was losing, since when it's long, you think you have a lot. Eventually I did check out what was going on in my thinning crown using a couple of mirrors and got my reality check. It was probably around 2007 when I started on Rogaine. It's really expensive in Canada, and the only strength that I've seen on shelves are 2%, even to this day. I don't know if it helped slow down my loss or not, but I've been using it faithfully. Eventually I caught on that there was 5% minoxidil in the US and I'd stock up on cross border trips. I've been using the foam variety for some years. When I first cut my hair, I started wearing a cap a lot, including at work. When I started to grow it out a bit I began experimenting with concealers. I used both Dermatch and Nanogen fibers. After getting the hang of them I was able to hide my baldness. Stupidly, when I got a job transfer across the company on a promotion I continued with the concealers. The new people I worked with had no idea who I was so I should have just gone with buzzed hair. But for two years I went through the routine of taking 20-30 min a day to apply the two products, and had to shower twice a day - an extra one at the end to remove the stuff from my hair before going to sleep. When I changed careers after that I just went with my natural hair, and short, but it made my appearance too aged. Back in 2007 I would have found this forum and others like it. Body Hair Transplantation was not much of a proven thing, but I was hoping it would be, as I'd need to utilize a donor supply other than only my head hair. I remember doing an on-line assessment with H&W. The guy who replied, Joe "T", would not answer me when I asked if BHT was a real thing. At that point I dropped my participation in these forums and what not. Really, up until more recent years I didn't have the source of income to consider a HT. Fast forward to 2014. At that time there were more BHT options, whether in the US, Europe, Turkey or India. I had read the good reviews that Umar had received as he pushed ahead with using beard and body hair to repair bad HT cases, and in it, developed his skill set. So I put out some online inquires. In addition to Dr. Umar, I contacted Doctor "D" in Turkey and Bhatti in India. From the contact at Doganay's clinic: "Thanks for the pictures, however, we regret to inform you that your donor is not eligible for FUE. Therefore, we wont be able to do the surgery on you. We are sorry." They never answered my follow up so I took my money elsewhere. With Bhatti, it did not appear that he was willing to do a 4,000 to 5,000 graft procedure using at much beard hair as possible. He would only to up to about 1,000. His concern, which is valid, is that he wanted to see how my skin would react to the procedure. I forget the term but in some people they will develop a reaction that removes the pigmentation in the donor area, and if he took a lot of grafts from the beard and that happened the results would be be able to be covered up. As I am of part Asian ancestry, my skin tone is darker and loss of pigmentation would be very visible. But I was not going to go half way across the world for that small a procedure. My communication with the DermHair clinic went well. I felt confident that with Umar's experience with taking grafts from the beard that I would be in good hands. The trade off, of course, it the price. I booked my first HT for October of 2014. First I scheduled it for 4,000 grafts, head and beard, then I added 500 more, from the chest. I wanted to know if all three types of donor grafts would work in my case, and if so I'd get more down the line. The tentative amount at the end of my procedures would be 10,000 to 12,000. My case: NW6. I went into this understanding that BHT was not optimal, but since I'd be willing to live with short cut hair, that would camouflage the fact that non head hairs are mixed in. 1st HT: 3189 grafts of head hair 803 grafts of beard hair 602 grafts of chest hair 4594 TOTAL I was scheduled for three days. The clinic does up to 1,500 a day, so that was pushing things. Wound up taking an extra day, but I'll get to that. Dr. Umar does the extractions in the morning with the assistance of his techs. I took the pill cocktail so that I'd be very drowsy throughout. The needles didn't hurt too bad, but since I had previously hurt my back, spending four days on that table was the worst part. After the catered lunch, he'd make the incision slits through the recipient area. A bit funny to hear the "crunch crunch crunch" as these are made. I recall hearing a click peddle being pressed, so I assume it was a means of counting grafts. The next part was when the techs would insert all the grafts. There'd be TV going, but I often dozed off. One time I shushed two of the techs because they were talking quite a bit and I imagined they weren't focusing on the job. As someone else has mentioned in another thread, the team at the DermHair clinic does not thoroughly wash down the surgical area, so as to not disturb the work done. Be warned that some of the pictures therefore look rather gory. It didn't hurt nearly as bad as it looked. The breakdown for recipient areas was my large balding crown area, plus lowering my frontal hairline. Nothing was added for the mid-scalp region in this HT. Dr. Umar wanted do give a result that I could live with if I never had another procedure, but that would set me up for the next stage if I did come back. The first two days were donor hairs from my head and beard going into the crown, and the next two days using chest and head donors to fix my hairline. My nape is a poor donor candidate, so it worked out well that I had included 500 chest hairs, which acted as a substitute. One problem that arose was that some of the donor hairs on the sides of my head were difficult to extract, meaning it slowed things down. I am glad I went with Dr. Umar, who took the time to get these out carefully and to not wreck them. These grafts were angled sharper that normal head hairs, but with this custom FUE tool he was able to get them. As my surgery was on W/T/F, I asked if they'd come in on Saturday so that we could hit the objective count. The staff was kind enough to come in on a day off, and I am very appreciative. The four days of needles took their toll though. By the end of it my face looked like it was shaped like a football. When I asked about the time needed for it to go away I was told a week for the fluid to break down. Rather naively I didn't purchase pain killers. I underestimated the need for it, such that when I drove out of state the day after the fourth day of surgery I was in a fair amount of discomfort. Phoned back and was told to pick up something like Advil. I got Nyquil also, for overnights. As you'll see in my photos below, it looks like the grafts taken from my beard didn't make much of a dent, I still had a lot for future surgeries. The instructions was to not use hair coloring products for a year, so I didn't do anything for my greying temples in the follow up photos. 2nd HT: 1300 grafts of head hair and beard hair (split unknown at this point) During the follow up photos that I sent every few months it was becoming apparent that the mid-scalp area was weak. I decided to do a small HT to address this, using head and beard donor. No grafts were used in the crown or to lower the hairline. My appointment for this was in May, 2016, single day procedure. At this point the clinic had moved into it's new building. Not on the waterfront anymore, but on the upside the new surgical bed was much more comfortable. Having had my 2nd procedure there is little head donor left, and what I do have I want for my hairline. Going forward is to utilize the beard and chest and/or other hairy body parts, of which I have much. My next hair transplant is this upcoming May, which will be a year between surgeries. The results of the last one will have manifested itself by then. This next one will be another 4,000 grafts. That would bring my total to just about 9,900. An experiment I have been doing since late summer, perhaps the end of August, has been to let my hair grow out. I'll keep doing so until May. I am curious about the growth rates of non-head hairs. And I wanted to know what my density looks like. My photos with buzzed hair look good. But when I let it grow out then the fact that I lack density is readily apparent. However, if after all my procedures I can both achieve the density I want and if my beard and body hairs grow long enough, then I'd let my hair grow out long enough and tie it back in a loose pony tail. Relive the youth. I could very well fall short and rely on the buzz cut for the rest of my life, but I'd like to go for this. Pre-Hair Loss Prior to undergoing hair loss I had a pretty good head of hair. I know it's hard to project what while happen to someone who's under 18, but with some younger people I have a look and it seems like a NW 6 waiting to happen. No idea why it happened to such and extent with me. The first photo is from around gr. 6. That would be a NW0/1. The next two are from high school. Recession hadn't started, but perhaps some thinning on the last of the two: Hair Loss - 7 Years Before 1st HT: At this point, in 2007, I realized how bad the loss was, and I cut off the braid so that I wouldn't have any more hairloss due to tension. Hair Loss - 2 Years Before 1st HT: It was in 2012 when I started looking into clinics and preparing photos for assessment. I was pretty much shaving my head every few days to obscure the level of hair loss. Day of 1st HT: I took these on the morning of my first HT in October 2014.
  11. FUE hair transplant is one of the most versatile solutions for those suffering from hair loss, male pattern, hormonal, premature, or otherwise. As an expert in the practice of FUE in all types of patients, Los Angeles-based hair surgeon Dr. Sanusi Umar has spent some time developing his own proprietary system of FUE tools, all under the Dr.UGraft™ brand. Dr. U’s Dr.UGraft™ system not only makes body hair transplant procedures more effective than ever - its intelligently-flaring punch tip is especially conducive to FUE hair transplant procedures done on individuals with curly, Afro-textured hair (where only manual punches were a viable choice prior), completely eliminating the need for an FUE hair pre-test. It drastically reduces rates of transection, achieving higher graft yields and follicle survival rates in the recipient area. This video introduces the system and goes into detail about the many benefits it offers patients and practitioners alike. For additional information, you can check us out at UGraft.com .
  12. Kindly, no need for further discussion. on this matter. You guys are kinda strange with your ignorant arguments. So, if someone post a passionate review you call them "paid agents"?? That's kinda weird for you to even say, and instead of this back to back responses about how bad Dr. Huebner or a particular doctor is.... why not just post a evidence of poor HT outcome done by Dr. Huebner? That's all I have asked a million times, and NONE of you has anything to provide, all I keep hearing is "his methods are outdated, his procedures are not normal...." All those baseless arguments means NOTHING without any prove or evidence of what you're talking about. On this very post, I pointed out the 2 guys who tried to post LIES, and misleading negative information using one of Dr. Huebner's patients, Mr. Lance, to validate their baseless claims, and when I pointed out their FALSE claims, because I personally know Mr. Lance....all over sudden I became the bad person, what a joke!! My claim is very simple, and is this, Dr. Huebner is one of the best HT doctors we have here in America. Followed by Dr. Diep, and Dr. Umar, among other. My experience with him was the BEST, and all the reviews that I have seen about his work is great are outstanding, almost ALL of them! That's my claim and I own it. My main goal was to point out about you guys deceptive reviews about him, Dr. Huebner. And some of you are so lazy can't even go to his website and see the meaning of HUE (High-Yield Unit Extraction®,) and it's well explained there, ....and you have guts to criticize stuff you don't even know what you're criticizing. Anyhow, have a good day guys. You kinda hurt my feelings but I still love you guys, have a great evening.
  13. The patient below was scarred extensively from previous surgeries at other clinics. This left him without much hope for restoration, so he settled for a double-flap procedure to allow him to use a hairpiece. Then, he learned about Dr. Sanusi Umar’s hair transplant repair technique, published in journals such as the Facial Plastic Surgery Journal of North America. After an initial consultation, it was clear that the natural hair pattern of the patient would have to be reconstructed using hair from areas other than the head. Dr. U was able to perform this procedure by using his Dr.UGraft System™ to extract the necessary grafts - 15,000 from the chest, shoulders, and abdomen, 6,000 from the beard, and 1,000 from the head. Body hair follicles tend to grow at an angle underneath the skin, which is why a specialized tool is required. The patient is happy with this results, shown 3 years after beginning his restoration with Dr.UGraft™. To learn more about this case, watch the video below or click here.
  14. Traction alopecia is a mechanical form of hair loss, often associated with harsh grooming practices such as tight ponytails and braids. It tends to predominantly affect women of African descent, due to the prevalence of such hairstyles for curly hair. The patient below noticed her edges were beginning to recede after years of wearing tight ponytails. She consulted Dr. Sanusi Umar in Los Angeles about her options. Dr. Umar (aka Dr. U), recommended a linear-scar free FUE hair transplant to reverse her receding edges. In order to safely extract the tightly curled, afro-textured hair, Dr. U used the Dr.UGraft System together with the manual Dr.UPunch Curl. The sharp, curved tip of the punch minimizes the issue of thicker skin tissue, stronger attachments, and allows for a manual plunging motion in order to safely score around the curled hair follicle. A comparative study found this tool to be 100% more effective than conventional FUE punches in a study on 18 patient cases with afro-textured hair. The patient is pleased with her results. You can learn more about this procedure here.
  15. A little bit delayed in posting....But finally getting around to writing this. Had a procedure with Dr. Umar mid-March. I was scheduled for two days and 2000 graphs. 400 head, 300 chest, 1300 beard. Very low donor area dictated this selection. (A few transplants were done in the 90s and early 2000’s ) The goal: 1) Scar repair in the back of my head. 2) fill-in area that has become bald from the receding hair on the sides of my head that have happened in the last 15 years. This has caused the transplanted hair from previous years in the middle of my head, to be more obvious. The plan was to use 800 beard hairs to repair/camouflage scars in the back of my head. The other 1200 were to fill in the area on both sides of my head, from hairline and extending toward the back. Basically, a 1“ x 2 1/2“ area on the left, and the same on the right. The actual procedure turned out to be one day only. This was due to the doctor having a very bad flu. He was a trooper and performed the day one procedure while sick. Day 2, wisely he stayed home. Because their schedule was already full for the week I was not able to finish my procedure at that time. The day 1 procedure: 400 graphs from my head, and 300 from chest. Transplanted to the sides of my head. 700, instead of the 1200 total that would’ve been accomplished with the day 2 procedure. Scar revision/camouflage was not done. That was also going to be day 2 It was disappointing everything was not completed because of the recuperating downtime I scheduled and planned for. Time off work and such. But.... no complaints. That’s the way it goes. I did have another procedure rescheduled for May (just to take care of the scar)… because I was so anxious to get that part finished, But just canceled that when reality set in. Can’t take time off work. Can’t prolong the ugly duckling period all the way through the summer. My hair is very thin back there and would not cover up the work on my scar areas. Client meetings, weddings, just general life would be extremely uncomfortable. My thoughts on the procedure that did take place: Of course it will take some time to see the growth until I know how it looks. I’m assuming it will be a bit thin because of the small amount of grafts that were placed. The procedure was less painful than I remember in the 90s. Also, I was surprised my head was not all bandaged up… Again, like they did in the 90s. Another difference, previous transplant had me hooked up to an IV the entire procedure. This time I was not. That’s a plus for me. The office staff was all very nice and seem to be knowledgeable and caring about every aspect. The chair was comfortable and they had a TV going where I was able to watch the NCAA basketball tournament games. My overall impression was the procedure was much more comfortable than what I remember from my previous procedures. And after we were done, 2 assistants walked me out and waited with me until my ride came. This was a car service they arranged for me. Nice touch. Dr Umar was quiet and serious during the procedure, but during consultations, and postop check ups, he is engaging, knowledgeable and is there to answer any and all of my questions. Very professional and a likable guy. It’s been just over six weeks, and as of now, there is the usual shock loss and shedding so I have less hair than I started with… But that’s to be expected. Recipient area is still red but looking better. The donor area of my chest has healed nicely. Just little red dots that are fading every day, and would probably not be too noticeable to anyone else. When the time is right for me, I will go back to Doctor Umar and have the scar taken care of and perhaps add some density to the sides if needed. For now, I anxiously await the new grafts to grow. I will try to add photos here of the before, during, and when I have growth, the after
  16. gentel_man83

    FUT result- Dr. Feriduni

    What do you think about Dr. Sanusi Umar results they are really impressive. I don't think about SMP at all as it looks like escape from the trouble not to find a solution.
  17. Those interested in the latest advancements in hair transplant may be excited to learn that Dr. Umar (aka Dr. U) has performed the world’s first ultrasonic FUE hair transplant on afro-textured hair. This history-making debut can be seen in the surgical demonstration below: Dr. Umar is keenly aware of the need to advance hair transplant tools for all patients, especially those considered to be challenging due to hair type/skin texture. Often, patients with tightly-curled, afro-textured hair experience unsatisfactory results from FUE hair transplants due to the inability of conventional rotary punches to navigate the severe angles of the curled follicles and overcome tough dermis and strong attachment of the follicle to the deep skin. He previously pioneered the manual Dr.UPunch Curl™ to overcome obstacles in afro-textured hair with its sharp, two-pronged, curved punch tip operated via manual plunging motion. A comparative study documenting 18 patient cases published in the PRS Global Open found this non-rotary device to be 100% successful where others extraction tools had failed. However, Dr. Umar knew that there is always room for improvement. This improvement is the addition of ultrasound. Dr. U harnesses the energy of ultrasonic waves to vibrate the Dr.UPunch Curl™ at a frequency suited to the particular patient's tissue profile. This enables the easier extraction of hair follicles which are tightly curled under the skin and which have stronger attachments to the surrounding tissue. You can find more details about this procedure here.
  18. I must say the truth hurts from you guys lol. Now I can't help but research nordwood 7 success stories and I must say some of them give me hope. I think the best thing is to have realistic expectations. Am I looking to have full coverage from front to back and be 100% dense? No. Mature hairline that will fit me in 10 years. I understand the approach to wait and get on meds and see how it turns out. These 2 (especially the 2nd link) are the most recent postings that give me the most hope. I understand everyone's case is different, but I will cling on to these results lol http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/189630-dr-hasson-7410-grafts-fut-1-session-1-year-post-op.html http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/189562-dr-wong-7382-grafts-fut-2-sessions-stage-6-7-6-years-post-op.html I've also seen some stellar results from Dr. Umar on high norwoods.
  19. Bill - Managing Publisher

    Leg hair

    Sparky, I know that a number of hair restoration physicians recommended by our community do offer body hair transplantation however, in terms of like hair specifically, I’m not 100 cent positive. You could always check with Dr. Robert True. I know he had presented something on body hair transplantation in the past. I can’t recall specifically as to whether or not he mentioned leg hair but it certainly would be worth looking into. Are you considering a body hair transplantation procedure yourself? Is there a reason why you don’t wanna consider Dr. Umar who has an outstanding reputation for producing excellent results? Best wishes, Bill
  20. Dr. Umar BHT results are usually cosmetic improvements but they never look natural or what I would consider acceptable results in the general sense. If you were happy with the first result I don't know why you wouldn't go back there. Beard grafts are a last resort, not something to play around with to jerk off the egos of some of the Dr. Frankensteins in the transplant industry to prove they know how to get beard grafts to yield.
  21. Dr. Umar, Sorry, another question. If I'm correct, the UGraft, is a rotating powered device that makes both the incision and extracts the graft. But when it extracts the graft and comes out, it seems to be spinning/rotating and takes a long time. How do we know damage isn't being done to the follicle while it's coming out of the device? And it also seems to be a rather slow and tedious process compared to manual FUE or other devices where forceps are used to remove the follicle. I'd like to hear more about how this works and why you feel it's more intelligent and superior to other devices. Thanks, Bill
  22. Dr. Umar and Abbie, Demonstrations are great, but this community is highly educated (at least most of us are) and would like to hear a detailed description of what makes this tool so unique and intelligent over the others. Thanks and best wishes, Bill
  23. I have a 1,000 graft beard hair to strip scar session scheduled with Dr. Umar next month (October) and have a few questions. My questions: I am super freaked out about the risk of facial scarring. I have done a lot of searching online and from what I read, I get the impression that the facial scarring is undetectable. Has anyone else had beard to FUT scar repair? With Dr. Umar? Or beard to scalp in general? Did you need laser treatment afterwards to improve the scarring? Any other treatment? I would love to hear about your experience and how the scarring turned out with regard to initial healing and long-term look. Thank you so much! Best regards, Almosthappy
  24. jbl2093

    FUE - Dr.Rahal

    Dr. Rahal is not even close to the best FUE surgeon in North America. He barely performs the procedure, beyond making incisions and designing the hairline. There is very little physician oversight with a Rahal FUE procedure, with his head technician Mike Lara, doing the bulk of the work. In most states, it is illegal for technicians to extract grafts or to make incisions in patients. You want to talk technical, let's talk about the turnover rate of Rahal technicians and where Mike was trained. What the mean extraction to FUE attempt ratio is. What holding solution he uses. Why he takes grafts from a dense compact region of the scalp as opposed to homogenizing the extraction pattern like Cooley, Bisanga, Baubac, Umar etc. Why he has a consistent pattern of over harvesting donor areas. Let's get Sean, Sharkman, Bridget Jones, The Flyer, Marco (FUT), etc to chime in here. A very quick search of Rahal bad results will reveal far more consistently bad results than most other top tier recommended physicians on this site. While I won't comment on the specifics of my case in public any longer, anyone can feel free to message my directly, and I'll be happy to speak with you. If you want an FUT, Rahal has produced some consistency good results, but there are still better options.
  25. Abbie, it looks amazing! Are you able to share photos of the nape donor area to show if there is any potential scarring in the area? I am considering Dr. Umar for a repair and would like to use primarily nape hair. I have light fair skin and dark hair. I want to know if Dr. Umar's approach will leave any scars. Thanks
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