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  1. So in November I had a consultation with Dr. Diep and his staff told me that they were booking over 13 months out, so the earliest I could get an appointment for was January 2021. I followed up with them recently asking if there was any way to squeeze me in anywhere, and they said they are still fully booked, and now their earliest availability is February 2021. While I was going back and forth with Dr. Diep's staff, I've also been in contact with Dr. Sanusi Umar in Los Angeles, and it turns out Dr. Umar has availability for February 2020, so in the next month and a half. I am very tempted to book with Dr. Umar, as I've seen nothing but good reviews on this forum, and he specializes in men with afro-textured hair like myself. I am just wondering if the fact that he is available so soon a red flag? I figured the top surgeons had a wait time of at least 6-7 months so am I just getting extremely lucky and am I overthinking this?
  2. For some time now, I’d been contemplating doing something beyond what had become a daily routine of finasteride and minoxidil usage, which, quite frankly, helped me considerably over the past decade. I seem to recall becoming a member of this forum years ago, but email account changes and usernames and all the rest were long forgotten, so I’ve started anew. An aside prior to my transplant story: as long as any side effects are tolerable with the combination of these two aforementioned drugs, I’d still encourage anyone out there with hair issues to give both of them a solid year of dedicated use, taking before and after pictures and objectively comparing results. Everyone is different, as is their individual level of success under the finest/minox routine, but for me at least, it got me through my 30’s and I can honestly say I had better hair at 40 than at 35. Fast forward, and I’m a few years past 40 now (although I really don’t feel it), but my frontal/temporal recession started to continue - along with a slight bit of crown thinning – and the situation just continued to nag at me. I’d made all the usual excuses for not seriously investigating surgical alternatives (work, life, etc.), but something just clicked in my brain earlier this year, I re-discovered this forum, and I began reading pages and pages of posts here. I’d be remiss if I didn’t thank all of you who’ve shared your experiences, and most certainly those senior members, doctors and advisors, whose comments and postings I’ve read many of over the past few months. For most people willing to take the time to read and search this forum, I’d argue you’d be 90% of the way there, with your questions answered here before taking the plunge into hair transplant options. The remaining 10% to get you there is a combination of personal fortitude to start the process in earnest, do a series of doctor consults to assess individual invasive or non-invasive action options, and finally, make the most informed decision and action plan as to what is best for you based on your own goals. All of that said, I can’t really imagine I can offer anything particularly substantial in contrast to the wealth of knowledge already here on this site, but for whatever it might be worth to some, I’ll dive into my experience, and fully commit to updating this thread with photos and observations for at least the next 18 months, if not beyond. Certainly there are numerous qualified clinics and doctors both in the U.S. and abroad. And I researched many of them. It seems as though with FUE in particular, “hot zones” crop up in on a somewhat randomly rotating basis from country to country as Doctors progress in their advancements. And it seems as though overseas remains a very viable alternative for us here domestically. For me personally, where to go for the surgery was of little concern, as I typically travel 100,000 miles or more each year for work, most of it outside of the U.S. Other US cities, Canada, Europe/Eastern Europe, I looked at them all, but to be honest, I felt most comfortable staying local for a variety of reasons both work related and personal. Or maybe it was, since I’m sick to death of sitting in a chair at 30,000 feet for hours at a time. The bonus for me was the fact that Dr. Umar’s clinic is literally ten minutes from my house. The double bonus related to available open dates Dr. Umar had for what would be a three-day procedure – the calendar just worked out perfectly. I finally decided to “pull the trigger” while on a trip in China in mid-March 2015, did all the correspondence with Dr. Umar’s clinic via email, and actually went from deciding to schedule, to day one of my surgery within three weeks time. So good timing and location swung my decision somewhat, and of course a careful review of Umar’s work. Dr. Umar’s original recommendation was 3,500 to 4,000 grafts to restore a solid, but realistic hairline considering my age, address the temples a bit for framing and fill out just a small amount of crown thinning. I settled on the conservative approach of 3,500 grafts. Day one of surgery was April 7, 2015, bright and early (7:15 AM) at Dr. Umar’s clinic in Redondo Beach, California. His clinic occupies two floors – one suite downstairs and one in the penthouse of a multi-use structure which also houses an athletic club. Anyone familiar with the area will know what I mean when I say it’s about 50 feet from the boats in King Harbor. I live at the beach, so no big shakes to be on the ocean, but for anyone prepping for life-altering surgery, positive vibes from the ocean aren’t necessarily a bad thing… So I checked in with one of his staff in the penthouse clinic first thing, got a room assigned where I could change, stored my backpack, etc. Those of you considering a HT do what I did – I wore baggy shorts, flip-flops and a button up shirt. Once you put on the gown and booties, you’ll be confined to various laying positions for hours on end, so wear whatever is most comfortable – trust me, I was glad I did. I brought socks if my feet got cold, and they provided a blanket if the rest of me did. It can be a gigantic pain in the ass to hold still for hours at a time, and the last thing you want is some restrictive clothing binding into your crotch as you lay face down. Next up, blood pressure check, HIV check (they do the OraQuick swab, so no blood needs to be drawn) and the usual pre-op pills in a cup. Blood pressure was a little on the high side (no shit, I’m about to have 1,500 grafts moved from one part of my skull to the other), but nothing too high as to not proceed. Dr. Umar came in, and we discussed the hairline as he marked me up. Upon further inspection, the Doc noticed I have an odd recession of hair that sort of curves in a smallish line on the left side of my head (if looking straight down at my dome) from the midscalp towards the crown. Sort of looks like a sperm facing backwards atop my head. It was hard to spot from my consult pics, as my hair was a little long (for me at least) at the time. Regardless, we decided we’d address it as we proceeded. Hairline now decided upon, time to shave down for the ol' Telly Savalas, then lay flat on my stomach on what looks very much like a massage table. OK, so everyone has a different take on the initial scalp injections. For me, they sucked. And no, they didn’t suck less the next day or the last. They continued the same level of suckage back or front, regardless of day or state of mind. But the Doc did work some solid mojo to make the injections less painful by pinching and messaging the skin, so props to him for that. Lying perfectly still during the extraction process - while the chair remains flat or tilts you slightly right or left - was something I found quite challenging. But the Doc understood this pretty quickly, and they gave me a small injection to help keep me calm. As the hours ticked by, the injections and/or meds started to wear off a bit, so the latter part of each session was a bit tricky for me. I didn’t want more meds, so I just tried to focus on the positive and listen to “hits from the 80’s” the tech decided to pump into the room. Dr. Umar hums along a bit to some of the songs, and quite honestly, that kept me calm. Sort of a “he calm, me calm” sort of Zen thing I suppose as I stared at the floor/the Doc’s shoes/etc. for hours on end. Post the morning extraction, up for lunch out on the killer balcony overlooking the harbor (they order from an Italian sub/calzone/salad joint). Shortly thereafter, back to the chair, facing semi-upright this time for temple/frontal implanting. The Doc does the slits, the tech does the implanting. Dr. Umar’s implant tech has been with him for a decade, she’s got great hands, she’s very serious, and I felt as ease with her. I’d joke around a bit with the other non-implanting assistant techs, but I left his primary tech to do her work. Dr. Umar comes in during this process to look things over, in some cases make a few adjustments, etc. I will say that for me, the extractions and prep process I came to not like nearly as much as the implanting. Implanting the grafts was sort of like getting a very light scalp massage. As an extra bonus, you typically face forward in a semi-reclined position (at least for the areas I was having addressed), so I just caught up on the news on the tube during this portion of the procedure. Around 1,500 grafts give or take on day one. In at 7:15 AM, out at around 6:30 PM. Slept fine all things considered, although sleeping upright on your back isn’t my preferred position. Made a nice mess of the provided pillow covers with all the gunk on my donor however, but that was to be expected. Day two, up, quick neck down shower, out and at the clinic at 7:15 AM again. Otherwise, lather, rinse and repeat as extractions are done and new grafts implanted working back from the frontal hairline placed the first day. Started to become a fan of the 80’s music we pumped into the room again on day two. Although we had originally decided on 3,500 grafts, towards the end of day two, the Doc and I got to talking about the snake-like recession midscalp and small spot on the vertex, so we decided on day three we’d address it with either 500 or 1,000 additional grafts. I left it up to him, and in the end, he decided 500 would do the trick. So to keep on schedule, we did slightly more grafts on day two versus day one, which allowed me to come in again on day three and get out mid-afternoon. Day three mercifully ended with all the usual post-op things – a baggie of goodies, my week’s worth of Cephalexin pills, some pain meds, prescription AVO Cream and bacitracin zinc. Post-op, you mix the AVO and zinc ointment and apply on the donor area twice a day. The zinc ointment once per day on the recipient areas starting day three out from post-op. No issues now in the week or so since this whole thing started, other than annoying donor itch, staring in the mirror and the usual paranoia of losing grafts from sleep, etc. Follow up via email with the clinic has been good, with me asking the usual questions one would expect (although the post-op instructions are pretty specific). A couple of tips for what it’s worth: first, as I suggested earlier, wear comfortable clothing. Trust me. Loose fitting, comfortable stuff. I’ve learned this from years of airplane travel, but it really came in handy with all the “staying perfectly still” that is required for a successful procedure. Second, leave a bottle of water (or in the case of Dr. Umar, they gave me Gatorade) with a straw in the room during the procedure. One of the techs will simply hold it under the table so you can suck up some fluid while on your stomach, or otherwise while lying on your back. Saves everyone time, you don’t have to get up, and the Doc and techs would prefer to keep moving to stay on schedule while your meds are still effective. Third, don’t drink too much liquid night before/day of surgery – it prevents interruptions due to numerous restroom breaks. Forth, since I live at the beach in California and it’s pretty much been sunny every single day for the past year, I purchased a really soft bandana that provides UPF 50+ UV protection. Better than a hat, particularly as I’ve had work done on the temples, making hat scraping nearly impossible. I’ve gotten clearance to work from home for the remainder of April, so I might hit the deck for a little vitamin D once in a while with the dome adequately protected. Notes on Doctor Umar/clinic staff: there is no “sell job” involved here. No patient coordinator or sales person to encourage anything, sell anything or talk you into anything. Some might consider that a positive, others a negative. I considered it a positive, as I’d done my homework and didn’t need any further encouragement to take the plunge. Doctor Umar has been reviewed on this site before, and he’s pretty much as described – low-key, friendly, mostly business and professional. I’d describe the vibe this way: by the time you make your appointment and get to the office on day one, you are there to get the work done, and they are there to do the work. Not that there isn’t banter and whatnot, but it is a clinic that does the work efficiently without a lot of needless handholding. For the three days I was there up in the penthouse office, it was me, the techs and the doc – never saw anyone else, patients or otherwise. As has been discussed on this forum before, Dr. Umar does leave the grafted areas “unmolested” post-op for the most part aside from essential cleaning (as to not disturb the grafts), and you leave the office each day with nothing covering your head. So immediate post-op isn’t necessarily sexy. He also subscribes to the method of keeping the grafts moist with ointment for the first week, and this makes things a bit messy as well. That’s it for now. Including a good number of pre-op pictures to give you an idea of my “before” situation, but at this time, I really only have one post-op picture, as I can’t for the life of me find my camera. But I’ll get additional shots up soon. Again, I most likely can't provide more than many here have already outlined as to the experience, but if you are looking into Dr. Umar, I can certainly help guide you with what to expect.
  3. 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 .
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. Hey Everyone! Who do you believe can perform a better FUT strip scar repair combining FUE/BHT - Dr. Sanusi Umar or Dr. ****** ******? Why? Thanks!
  8. Look into Dr. Sanusi Umar. He utilized beard and chest hair to revise and fill my scar in, on top of performing a 6500FUE restoration repair procedure on me. The man is a lifesaver. Good luck! About my hair loss journey: Happy Patient's Blog
  9. I think a lot of it depends on what NW you are when you've had your procedure. Dr. Sanusi Umar recommended me not to take propecia after my mega session with him last January. However, the variable that came into play is that I had 4 botched procedures before my surgery with him, but he told me that there's no reason for me to continue taking it due to my procedure with him encompassing all of my balding areas. About my hair loss journey: Happy Patient's Blog
  10. Hi Mickhah, Considering that you're in Ireland, and if you are willing to travel internationally, I would recommend looking into Dr. Sanusi Umar in Redondo Beach. I am victim of the hair transplant industry, and created a blog to help people avoid the mistakes I made early on. I was sold into having a small strip surgery at the age of 19, which should have never been done. Dr. Umar literally saved me. Good luck with your decision. http://hairtransplanttestimonial.blogspot.com/
  11. Great question! I am in Los Angeles. As far as LA goes, it is saturated with hair transplant clinics. Quite frankly it can be overwhelming dealing with them. Unfortunately, I was victim to 2 of them, which I can not disclose for legal purposes, at a young age (minor strip, 3 FUE's of which the last 2 were attempted repairs) I was left with disfigurement and a taxed head donor area. Toppik became my "wife" essentially. In January of 2016 I had my only successful and life changing and saving procedure with Dr. Sanusi Umar in Redondo Beach. It consisted of 6500 FUE body, beard, and the little head donor I had left that could be utilized. My only regret is that I did not know about Dr. Umar before my first hair transplant. My life, and my hair would look a lot different today if I had. I created my own blog to help people avoid the same mistakes I made early on. Good luck with your choice. Happy Patient's Blog
  12. 7shel, Your story is inspirational, and I can personally relate to it. Well done! You have come a long way, and you look fantastic. I am having my 6th procedure in October of this year with Dr. Sanusi Umar in Redondo Beach (2nd with him), and I feel like I am almost at the end of my journey as well. Good luck going forward bud. http://hairtransplanttestimonial.blogspot.com/
  13. I have been a long time lurker on this website and been postponing pulling the trigger to get an HT. I had been putting up with my thinning hair since first noticing it falling out of my head at the age of 26. I am now 38 years old but finally this year my thinning hair started getting to my psyche. While it seemed to be unnoticeable to anyone else, I would struggle looking in the mirror every morning or walking by the mirror at work and would mess with my hair to the point it was even worse. The last straw was when I went to Mexico in November and after a week of play, I saw my photo on those automatic passport booths and how thin my hair looked. I had been self conscious all week about going in the ocean or the pool and have everyone see my thinning, I decided to take the plunge. As soon as I got back from my trip, I reached out to several HT surgeons and got their recommendation. I decided to choose Dr. Sanusi Umar in Redondo Beach. I have been following him the last 7 or 8 years since I first noticed his work in FUE transplantation. I was never interested in having a huge linear scar around my head, but was always hesitant to be a pioneer with a new(er) technology. I met with Dr. Umar in November and booked my HT for January 27th for 3,000 grafts. I just got back from the first day and have posted my before and day one picture below. The first picture is my hair recession in November. The second attachment is a photo taken today after the first 1,500 grafts were placed. I am going to his office for the second 1,500 tomorrow and will see if I may need a few hundred more to get a great result. I will start to update periodically on my growth. Happy trails
  14. Dear forum members, As many of you know, we gather as much information as possible about a physician, their staff, technique and track record before they are even considered for recommendation on the Hair Transplant Network. Part of our review process involves getting input from patients and the members of this forum community. To learn more about this review process, click here. We’d like to gather your input and opinions regarding the potential recommendation of Dr. Sanusi Umar of Redondo Beach, California on the Hair Transplant Network. At this time, Dr. Umar is only being considered for recommendation, not the Coalition. To see our standards for recommendation, click here. Dr. Umar was considered for recommendation on the Hair Transplant Network back in 2008. However, due to concerns about the overall consistency of follicular unit extraction (FUE) and body hair transplant (BHT) results, this community and Dr. Umar made a mutual decision to discontinue his potential recommendation. See the original forum topic “Potential Recommendation of Dr. Sanusi Umar of CA” for more information. But given recent advances and the increase in popularity of FUE over the last couple of years, hardly anyone can dispute that this minimally invasive procedure is here to stay and has become a viable alternative to traditional follicular unit hair transplantation (FUT) for many patients. In fact, dozens leading surgeons once resistant to learning and adopting follicular unit extraction now offer it as a regular part of their practice. Moreover, Dr. Umar’s established history of producing excellent results and satisfied patients demonstrates his advanced and evolved technique. Dr. Umar has a background in dermatology and has been performing high quality FUE and BHT (body hair transplant - transferring body hair follicles to balding areas of the scalp) procedures since 2005. Dr. Umar is arguably the world’s leading expert on BHT, with over 250 BHT procedures performed to date. Dr. Umar extracts all of the FUE and BHT grafts himself and his certified medical assistant with over 7 years experience as a hair technician meticulously places follicular units into tiny recipient sites made by the doctor. Dr. Umar is very hands on and still likes to place some of the grafts himself once in awhile. Dr. Umar often takes a comprehensive approach by creating a unique blend of scalp hair and body hair used as “filler” when appropriate. In Dr. Umar’s experience, more body hair is required to provide the same amount of coverage as normal scalp hair, due to the long resting phase of body hair. Recognizing that not everyone is suited for BHT, Dr. Umar uses very strict criteria in determining who is an appropriate candidate. In recent weeks, Dr. Umar has presented numerous examples of his recent FUE and BHT results on this forum (see below for links to these photo albums), in which patients with depleted donor hair via the traditional FUT procedure achieved remarkable results via scalp and/or body hair FUE. Over the years, many of his patients have also come forward to present their impressive FUE results. Dr. Umar developed a passion for alternative hair transplant procedures due to a botched 400 graft strip surgery he endured years ago. His personal dedication has helped motivate him to excel while enduring unfair criticism from some of his BHT competitors. Using a 0.9 mm or less punch, Dr. Umar first scores the skin and then uses a needle to separate the root of the follicle from the surrounding tissues. Dr. Umar believes this process reduces scarring and minimizes the risk of transection that might result if he attempted extend the punch down to the base of the follicle for extraction. In an effort to learn more about Dr. Umar’s FUE and BHT technique, Patrick Hennessey, publisher of the Hair Transplant Network visited with and observed Dr. Umar performing his surgery back in 2008. He was personally very impressed with Dr. Umar’s work and his dedication to personally doing all the tedious FUE and BHT work at modest prices. To view the highlights from Pat’s visit to Dr. Umar’s office, click “Visit to Dr. Sanusi Umar in Redondo Beach, California”. Given the increase in popularity and high demand for FUE and Dr. Umar’s vast experience in providing only the best results, in my opinion, he should be considered for recommendation. Dr. Umar’s Recent Patient and Surgical photos can be found below: 8000 grafts (BHT and Scalp) Hair Transplant with Dr. Umar 9000 grafts (BHT and Scalp) 10 Months Hair Transplant with Dr. Umar 5800 Grafts in 3 Sessions (Scalp and BHT) Hair Transplant with Dr. Umar 2500 Grafts (Scalp and Nape) Hair Transplant with Dr. Umar 5500 FUE Grafts (BHT) Hair Transplant with Dr. Umar in 4 Sessions 1200 Grafts FUE (Scalp) Hair Transplant with Dr. Umar 1200 Grafts (Beard) to Repair Strip Scar Hair Transplant with Dr. Umar 2600 FUE Grafts (Scalp) Hair Transplant + 300 FUE Grafts (Beard) Scar Repair with Dr. Umar You can find additional examples of his work by visiting the “Results Posted by Leading Hair Transplant Clinics” forum and by using the “search” feature. I welcome input and comments from forum members regarding his potential recommendation. To view our standards for recommendation, click here. Onwards, Bill
  15. Like many members of this patient based community, I have been a BHT - Body Hair Transplant (transferring body hair follicles to the balding areas of the scalp) skeptic, largely due to this procedure being over sold and over priced by clinics other than Dr. Umar. However, I have a newfound respect for Dr. Umar after having observed him perform surgery, viewed photos of his final result and learned about his dedication to personally doing such tedious FUE/BHT work at very modest prices. I now think he provides a very valuable service in particular to patients whose standard donor area has been depleted. I was also impressed by the BHT/FUE presentation he gave to his colleagues at the last ISHRS annual scientific meeting. He presented BHT results without over selling their benefits, while pointing out their limitations. With his background in cosmetic surgery and dermatology, Dr. Umar is uniquely qualified to perform hair restoration surgery. He is a true pioneer in developing an effective process for transferring body hair to the head with minimal scaring. Part of Dr. Umar's passion for developing an alternative hair transplant process stems from a botched 400 graft strip session he personally endured years ago. His personal dedication has helped motivate him to do the extremely tedious work of extracting and placing all the grafts himself at very modest prices, while enduring unfair criticism from some of his BHT competitors. Dr. Umar has been perfecting his FUE and BHT procedures since 2005 and has performed over 150 BHT cases to date. Since recently meeting with Dr. Umar at his Redondo Beach office, I invited him to share more of his work on our discussion forum community. Some of his impressive restorations can be viewed by visiting: 10,000 Graft BHT case at http://hair-restoration-info.com/eve/forums/a/tpc/f/746...311069083#9311069083 3,000 FUE and Body Hair Grafts - http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/showthread.php?t=146132 I enjoyed watching him perform surgery during my visit. It was very evident that Dr. Umar has developed a high level of skill in extracting and placing grafts and has a very smooth touch. He typically extracts the grafts by first scoring the skin surface with a punch that is 0.9mm or less in size. He then uses a needle to separate the base of the follicles from the surrounding tissues. This process minimizes the transection that might result if he simply attempted to excise the follicle by extending the punch down to the base of the follicle. He then places the follicular unit grafts into lateral incisions that he creates using tiny custom cut blades. He likes to combine body hairs with scalp hairs, with the body hair acting as filler hair. In his experience body hair tends to grow longer when on the scalp, but maintains the same hair characteristics that it had when on the body. Body hair also has a much longer dormant/resting phase, so more body hair is required to provide the same amount of coverage as normal scalp hair, which is only in the telogen dormant phase about five percent of the time. I look forward to having Dr. Umar continue to share his life changing results with this community. Below are photos of the surgery I observed during my recent visit. The patient I observed had a 1800 graft strip surgery with Bosley two years prior. He wanted his hairline refined, his strip scar grafted with beard hair and density added to the overall balding area. Dr. Umar used beard and head hair do his work. The patient received close to 3000 grafts total.
  16. Recently, recommended hair transplant surgeon Dr. Sanusi Umar of Redondo Beach, CA shared with us the details of his advanced UGraft FUE system. He has been using this system for years to produce the impressive FUE and BHT results that he has become famous for and is now planning to put the system into production and make it available to other FUE surgeons around the world. The UGraft offers some very unique features that are demonstrated in the below animation. For further details on this exciting tool, please see the following article at the Hair Transplant Network: UGraft FUE Hair Transplant Tool Designed by Dr. Sanusi Umar of Redondo Beach, CA If you have questions or comments for Dr. Umar, feel free to respond to this thread. He will be monitoring and participating in the resulting discussion.
  17. Getting a more natural looking and natural feeling frontal hairline restoration requires precision, as well as the right planning techniques before the surgery. With the help of Dr. Sanusi Umar and his UGraft Advanced FUE techniques, a patient was able to see full coverage with no signs of transplantation. To see the full video, click here: In the video above, Dr U’s patient displays his astonishing results after his first and only hair transplant surgery using head and nape hair transplantation. Prior to his surgery, the patient was living with severe patchy baldness and overall thinning all over the top of his scalp. Using these two techniques, the patient saw a new hairline and overall coverage in his scalp: · Dr U’s FUE Shave Test established that the nape hair was a safe and promising donor site for transplantation. · The use of 3,000 nape and head hair UGrafts The FUE Shave Test has been successful for many patients in locating the different viable areas on the head as the best options for hair transplant. Obtaining a natural frontal hairline restoration can be accomplished when using the fine, delicate nape hair. It allows for the creation of softer and full looking hairlines. Dr U’s state-of-the-art, patented UGraft Advanced FUE method has widened the varying locations to the consistent and credible use for donor areas on the head and neck, as well as the body. For patients who do not pass the FUE Shave Test that allows the use of nape hair, Dr U achieves similar goals by using finer body hairs in recreating the vanguard hair of the hairline and temples. Finer body hairs also illustrate a soft, undetectable natural look as shown in from several years ago. After 12 months, this patient can attest to the natural looking results he experienced following his transplant surgery. Photos The following photos illustrate the results this patient gained. For more information regarding this patients success in achieving a natural frontal hairline, read the full article here: https://www.dermhairclinic.com/natural-frontal-hairline-restoration-with-3000-ugrafts-using-nape-hair/
  18. You can also view the video by clicking URL: Without the right guidance, many hair transplant patients can fail to realize that a clinic may be ill-equipped to give the best type of treatment until it’s too late. Many times, hair transplant clinics often do not have the updated technology or foresight to map out the patient’s treatment. The video above shows the results of how unequipped clinics have left a patient with visible scarring and continued baldness, as well as how Dr. Sanusi Umar was able to help him correct the damages using Advanced FUE by the UGraft method. The unfortunate mistakes made by the clinic could have been avoided using a more advanced FUE method. With the use of body hair as a donor source, Dr U has shown success in repairing these hair transplant mistakes. • Poor planning, which lead to a poor yield • Overharvesting from only the patient’s head hair source • The results of overharvesting left the patient with surgery scars and unnatural looking hair Dr. Umar’s Advanced FUE using the UGraft system has shown promise in avoiding overharvesting non permanent hair which would lead to poor yield by using the “FUE Shave Test - FST” (which he first described in a recent publication in the Aesthetic Surgery Journal). Prior to surgery, the FUE Shave Test is used to fully determine the type of head hair donors that can successfully used. FST is a more dynamic way to determine the so called "safe donor area - SDA". It recognizes the fact that the true SDA varies from one balding patient to the other. Over a ten-year span, Dr. Umar has consistently been improving the techniques and procedures using the UGraft FUE system to ensure that overharvesting is no longer a trend. After only five months the patient saw fuller coverage with Dr. Umar’s UGraft FUE system, as illustrated in the following photographs. PHOTOS The photos below illustrates before and 5 months after the patient visited with Dr. U Dr U was able to use the Advanced FUE by UGraft system to extract 6,000 grafts from the patient’s chest, and beard to craft the patient’s hair. For more information about how Dr U treated this patient and how to avoid the results of poor planning, you can review his webpage at: https://www.dermhairclinic.com/bad-fue-hair-transplant-planning/
  19. Did anyone mention that you might have had necrosis? Your experience looks similar to the one from Dr. Umar. http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/179204-my-4-000-graft-fue-dr-sanusi-umar-%96-april-7-2015-a-2.html I hope this works out for you.
  20. Hi Abbie, Dr. Sanusi Umar used nape hair in my hairline back when I was 39. I am 49 now, and it is holding strong. Still looks good. There is a picture of my in than peer review article you posted. I am the guy with the "Dracula" hairline, figure 5. Thanks Dr. Umar! Atticus
  21. Each year the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS) holds its annual scientific meeting to discuss hair loss and advancements in medical and surgical hair restoration. This year, the ISHRS meeting was held in Chicago. As always, we interviewed a number of recommended physicians in order to provide our members with their input on the meeting. These highlights have been presented on our popular Hair Loss Q&A Blog. As you might expect, FUE was a hot topic again this year. A number of FUE related topics were discussed including; body hair transplantation, a comparison of strip vs. FUE yield and the advantage of pre-making FUE recipient incisions before harvesting among others. To learn what's new in hair restoration from expert hair transplant surgeons, see: Highlights from the 2015 ISHRS (International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery) Scientific Meeting in Chicago Physicians directly contributing to this article are: Dr. Mike Beehner Dr. Robert Bernstein Dr. Tejinder Bhatti Dr. Jean Devroye Dr. Robert Haber Dr. Bill Parsley Dr. Damkerng Pathomvanich Dr. Sanusi Umar Dr. James Vogel We hope you enjoy reading about these interesting developments. All the best, Pat, Bill and Dave
  22. Recently, Dr. Umar was featured on Good Morning America in a segment about eyebrow transplantation. The clip is short but quite interesting. Hair Transplant Surgeon Dr. Sanusi Umar Discusses Eyebrow Transplantation with ABC’s Good Morning America
  23. Before Surgery: A “diffuse thinner” with several previous strip surgeries Surgery was traumatizing to the donor region and resulted in shock loss of surrounding follicles, along with strip scars This additional thinning caused more noticeable baldness on the sides of his head, also making scarring more obvious. Patient wanted to cover the scars and fill the donor area. Surgery: Goals: fill in the strip scars and the entire region of shock loss 600 FUE grafts harvested from the beard Surgery Results: Patient is satisfied with beard hair blend and coverage He noted some ingrown hairs and bumps in the beard area that eventually subsided Results shown in the photos and video are from several months after the procedure. Read more about Dr. Umar's hair transplant repair. You can also view the video here: http://www.dermhairclinic.com/body-hair-transplant-corrects-hair-shock-loss-from-strip-surgery-on-a-diffuse-thinner/
  24. Any recommendations in Southern California? I'm reading up on Dr. Sanusi Umar in Redondo Beach...
  25. It's amazing how much younger someone can look with a well done hairline. Take a look at this patient. Dr. Umar used 10,000 grafts extracted from the nape and head using his uGraft technique in Follicular Unit Extraction. He also designed this particular hairline as the best looking match for this patient's facial structure. The nape hair is thinner than head hair. This is what makes it ideal for hairline restoration. Here is the link to this patient's video testimony: http://www.dermhairclinic.com/patient-videos/crown-and-hairline-restoration-with-10000-grafts-using-fue-hair-transplant/ Dr. Umar also replicated the natural angle and direction of hair in the crown region of this patient as you can see in the video. If you want to learn more about FUE hair transplant, click here for a helpful article.
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