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  1. Dr. U’s patient, also known as “Sofarsogood” (on the hair transplant forums) is the world’s first recorded case where leg hair was transplanted as grafts for hairline restoration. He had undergone strip surgery at another clinic. Due to the thickness of hair that was used, the edge of his hairline developed a very pluggy looking appearance. He attempted to keep this hidden by growing the front layers of his hair long and keeping it combed forward. Ultimately he decided to undergo a hair transplant repair surgery and chose Dr. U as his surgeon. Using his signature UGraft technology, Dr. U extracted 1025 grafts of leg hair. These were inserted into a 0.5-1.0 cm margin around the patient’s hairline. Why Leg Hair? Leg hair is much thinner compared to regular head hair. This quality is then able to render a softness which closely resembles the edges of natural hairlines and temples. Because the hairline and temples frame the face, they tend to receive considerable attention from other people. A common complaint that patients express is receiving stares by onlookers which are directed at their surgically crafted hairline. The use of thick hairs tends to produce very precise edging which can look rather contrived. Leg hair, on the other hand is able to create the the irregular fuzzy contour which borders the hairlines and temples of those unaffected by pattern hair loss. Patient After 9 Years “Sofarsogood” underwent his hairline restoration back in 2006. His procedure was even featured in JAMA Dermatology in an article published by Dr. U called, “The Transplanted Hairline: Leg Hair For Improvement.” At the four year point, the patient’s hairline continued to thrive. This year of 2015 is the 9th year following the patient’s surgery. He has recently contacted us and sent these photos showing how his hairline has held up in all these years. Read more about his update and the longevity of body hair grafts here.
  2. This post represents a two year update (since his last procedure) for a patient of Dr. U who received 6300 grafts of beard, head and nape hair. He continues to show abundant coverage as well as improvement in the repair results of his strip scar which gave him the confidence to wear his hair even shorter. Also he proudly wears a soft facial stubble since there are no obvious signs of surgery despite the 4300 grafts that were extracted from this region. His initial intent was to correct the mistakes made by a previous strip transplant procedure performed at another clinic. However, this operation resulted in poor growth along with a linear scar. His objective of restoring full global coverage was not feasible through conventional methods which can only use grafts taken from the scalp. Since Dr. U developed UGraft as a reliable means for acquiring additional donor follicles from body and beard regions, the patient decided to choose this type of surgery. A Renewed Hairline, Temples Crown and No More Strip Scar Worries With the 6300 grafts, Dr. U replenish the patient’s coverage and created a youthful looking hairline along with matching temples to best frame his face. Beard hair follicles were inserted into the strip scar tissue to obscure the empty line on the patient’s scalp. He had previously tried to keep this hidden by wearing his hair in long shaggy lengths. But the successful repair with facial hair insertions enabled him to feel bold enough to cut his hair in a short buzz cut style. During his prior visit to our clinic, he had his hair cut short in a classic conservative style. But in 2015, he felt even braver by cropping his hair much shorter as the strip scar has become much less visible. Amazing Healing of the Beard Area The donor areas of the patient’s face and healed in a most excellent and pristine manner despite experience the extraction of 4500 grafts. In his update video below, Dr. U asked him what his thoughts were upon seeing his chin in the mirror. He answered, “It looks normal. There is no scar.” Also Dr. U selected the beard hair grafts in a such a way to avoid creating obvious patches of missing hair. Many men enjoy sporting soft stubble on their face, or even a fully grown beard. Therefore, the strategic and diffuse removal of follicles is essential for enabling this. Watch this patient’s latest video and read more about his case here.
  3. The patient in these photos initially chose to undergo a strip surgery. After this hair transplant, he was naturally left with a linear scar. Also, he was not happy with the unnatural looking hairline which resulted from this procedure. Not only was this placed too high, but also the hairs used were quite thick in appearance. This is quite apparent from the photos below. The strip surgery excision can only be safely performed on the back and sides of the head. However, hair tends to be very thick in these regions. And using them for the hairline will produce very harsh looking results which are seen here. Dr. Umar was able to create a more natural looking outcome with a fuller level of coverage. Due to the patient’s prior surgery, he did not have enough donor grafts left on his scalp. Therefore, Dr. Umar removed 300 follicular units from the beard regions, in addition to the head. And 1500 grafts were taken from the head and nape areas. Dr. Umar developed highly specialized Advanced Follicular Unit Extraction technology called uGraft to successfully remove different types of hair follicles from both the head and body. The punch creates a cutting axis that is angled away from the individual graft structures. And a gentle pulling feature safely removes them from the surrounding tissue. Furthermore, the uGraft punches create inverted shaped wounds. When they close, less extraneous tissue is left on the surface. Therefore the appearance of visual scars is quite negligible. And patients like this would not have to worry about unsightly markings left on their face and/or neck. With the graft quantity that was harvested, Dr. Umar was able to cover the strip scar and create an abundant level of coverage for the patient. He also created an extremely natural looking and detailed hairline which produced a very positive effect for the patient’s overall appearance. Read more
  4. Like many women, the patient in this video wanted longer eyelashes. But she was dissatisfied with the currently available options for achieving this. By undergoing surgery, it is possible to actually achieve one’s very own set of long eyelash hairs. Eyelash hair transplant procedures are normally done with grafts taken from the main areas of the scalp. However, Dr. U recommends the use of thinner hair which more closely resembles real eyelashes. For this patient he extracted follicles from the nape and carefully inserted them in the upper lash line. Dr. Umar has developed an Advanced Follicular Unit Extraction punch technology called uGraft. It is able to remove a wide range of different types of hair follicles, not just from the head, but also from the body and nape. The punch units create a cutting axis that angles away from the tiny structures and doesn’t extend quite as deep as a regular straight cylindrical punch. The incisions are aided by the action of a gentle pulling feature which helps to safely remove each follicle. Furthermore, patients don’t have to feel concerned about being left with visibly noticeable scars following their extractions. UGraft creates inverted wound cavities. This enables less extraneous tissue around the edges of the wound to remain on the skin’s surface after closing. This patient was extremely happy with the results of her procedure and recommends the surgery to anyone who is also interested in achieving longer lashes, without the ongoing maintenance and expense of other methods. She explains, “It’s your hair. You control it.” Excellent growth results became manifest around the three month point. And further improvements were evident by about six months following her surgery. As far as maintenance, the patient trims her lashes about once a week. Nape hair follicles will continue to grow as before, even in the eyelash area. Some patients choose to have their lashes professionally permed about once a month to achieve an upward curl that helps to enhance the eyes. Here is the patient's video: Click here, if player is not displaying-
  5. This patient wanted naturally longer eyelashes but does not have the genetics to makes this possible. She felt that surgery would be a better option to medication, extensions and false lashes. Use of Leg Hair For Eyelash Transplant Grafts Dr. Umar’s decision to choose leg hair for grafts was based on the following characteristics: (1) Leg hair tends to remain short instead of growing longer beyond the length of average eyelash hair. Trimming is less of a necessity in most cases (2) Leg hair does not shed right after a transplant. Therefore, patients can continue to enjoy their results immediately after surgery without having to wait 3-4 months for a new growth cycle. (3) Leg hair is very close in thickness to real eyelash hair. Dr. Umar used his Advanced Follicular Unit Extraction uGraft technology to remove the leg hair follicles. It’s features allow for the safe removal of follicles. And it creates wound cavity shapes for the highest healing standards which is particularly important for body surfaces. To minimize the risk of damage due to sharp or unpredictable growth angles, the cutting axis is curved away from the follicle. A gentle pulling mechanism aids in the removal of the final graft. Furthermore, the punches create wound cavities that are inverted at the very bottom. This minimizes extraneous tissue and achieves much higher healing standards in terms of appearance. Any scar tissue is virtually negligible to the human eye. Eyelash Restoration Results The final results of the patient’s eyelash transplant surgery are shown in the photos below. 30 grafts were applied to each eye. In her video (see link below), she remarked that people were noticing and complimenting her results about 1 month following her procedure. She is very happy with her permanent new eyelashes and recommends to anyone who is considering the procedure to “just do it.” To watch this patients video, click here
  6. The patient shown in the photos below had made several attempts to restore his hair. He had experienced both scalp reduction procedures and strip surgery. However, his overall growth was quite disappointing. He was also left with scars, a disfigured crown and an elevated hairline. On top of all this, most of his head donor supply had been depleted. Therefore, through conventional hair transplant surgery, achieving the patient’s vision of ideal coverage would be considered unrealistic. However, Dr. Umar’s specialization in body hair to head transplantation offered new hope and possibilities. The process of extracting grafts from outside the head involves slightly different considerations compared to scalp hair. (1) Follicles from the body grow at much sharper angles. This presents a challenge when trying to position FUE punches around each graft as accurately as possible. Therefore, there is a much higher risk of damaging these structures. (2) Wound healing is expected to have much higher standards on the body, compared to the head which is covered in hair. Dr. Umar developed his uGraft technology to address these challenges. This Advanced Follicular Unit Extraction system has features which safely remove large quantities of body hair follicles and enable them to serve as viable grafts. New Coverage and Hairline Inspired by Bono – Achieved Through Body Hair Transplant Dr. Umar removed grafts from the head, nape and beard area to achieve the required donor supply of 6200 grafts. These were inserted into the targeted areas to: (1) recreate natural patterns of growth (2) cover the scarring and errors from past procedures (3) create a new hairline and temple points to improve the framing around the face. The patient felt inspired by the mature hairline of U2’s singer, Bono. He felt this would look appropriate for his appearance. Dr. Umar studied the characteristics of this hairline and adapted it to suit the facial characteristics of this particular patient. Here are before and after photos. The patients video can be accessed here. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wQzgXsDjQGk&feature=share&list=UUo8MYXIn54T5q-5XuzdLTNA
  7. This patient had been undergoing various forms of hair restoration surgery since the late 70s. These older procedures left him with poor cosmetic results that caused him to pursue additional operations. Any growth or improvements that he experienced ended up being transient. This journey lasted about 35 years until he finally found Dr. Umar’s videos on You Tube. Since he no longer had adequate supplies of head donor follicles, achieving the type of coverage that was needed for his repair required the use of body follicles. Dr. Umar extracted a supply of 7300 grafts from the beard regions, chest, head and nape. These were inserted to fill in areas of sparseness by adding greater density to these areas, cover scars from previous procedures and to advance the hairline. The follicles that Dr. Umar harvested survived and produced excellent yield. The extractions were performed using uGraft, the Advanced Follicular Unit Extraction technology that Dr. Umar designed himself. These punches include special features that enable the removal of unpredictably angled body hair to be safely harvested. And due to the creation of inverted wounds, scars are rendered to be as cosmetically insignificant as possible. Here are photos of the patient at various views before and after his procedure. The images of the final results were provided by the patient himself. The patient was so pleased with his results that he decided to make his own video describing his experience. He discusses a college reunion that he plans on attending and remarks that his new hairline looks the same as the one he had back in 1964. His fraternity brothers would just be seeing an older version of what he looked like back then. And due to the results of his body hair transplant, it would simply appear that he had not struggled with hair loss since he last saw them. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zM5AXcbfaYc&list=UUo8MYXIn54T5q-5XuzdLTNA&feature=share If the video player is not showing above, it can also be accessed here.
  8. This patient underwent multiple strip harvesting procedures and a body hair transplant at another clinic. However, the results of all these surgeries failed. The patient’s level of hair loss remained at Norwood 6 since most of the inserted follicles did not survive. Also, he had a number of highly visible linear scars. Due to the depletion of head donor grafts, he was not able to have his situation repaired through traditional forms of hair transplantation. Dr. Umar was able to harvest a donor supply of 7000 grafts to produce the coverage seen in the patient’s final results. This consisted of: (1) 1800 grafts from the head (2) 4500 grafts from the beard (3) 700 grafts from the chest The removal of these grafts was achieved through an Advanced Follicular Unit Extraction technology which Dr. Umar developed called uGraft. UGraft has been designed to include special features which overcome the challenges associated with harvesting donor hairs from the body: (1) A component which gently pulls the hair follicles to help remove them from surrounding tissue attachments (2) Customizable punch units which create specially configured wound shapes which minimize extraneous tissue around the lip. This enables much higher standards in wound healing by reducing the appearance of raised scars. Dr. Umar inserted the patient’s grafts according to specific slit and placement parameters to create a natural looking hair growth pattern and the best cosmetic results possible for this individual. These insertions were able to survive and produce hair which sufficiently covered the linear scars, the crown and top. Dr. Umar also created an appropriate temple and hairline for the patient’s face. The large scale transplantation of body hair generally benefits two types of patients in particular: (1) the severely bald (Norwoods 6-7) (2) extreme hair repair cases. This procedure reflected both attributes: His video can also be accessed here if the player is not displaying above
  9. This patient initially chose to undergo strip surgery. But most of his grafts did not grow. He continued to experience substantial thinning on top of his head, hairline recession and a noticeably sparse crown. And of course, a large strip scar also remained on the back of his head. After using a considerable portion of his head donor follicles, he had very few resources left on his scalp to fix his areas of concern through another procedure. BHT Surgery However, new possibilities became available to him through body hair transplantation. Dr. Umar was able to extract 8,000 uGrafts. This donor supply mostly consisted of hair from the patient’s beard area. Nape hair was used for the hairline edge. And Dr. Umar also included some head hair to help create a more even looking texture throughout the recipient zones. The grafts were inserted to conceal the strip scar. They were also added to the crown and top to improve the density in these areas. And Dr. Umar also advanced the patient’s hairline to create a more youthful looking frame around the patient’s face. uGraft Extractions and Graft Health The ability to harvest a large number of follicles from body sources requires having the right extraction tools. Dr. Umar achieved the 8000 graft supply using uGraft, his Advanced Follicular Unit Extraction technology. These instruments have been designed to include specialized features which can safely harvest the hair structures growing at various acute angles in the beard areas and nape. Careful handling of the extracted follicles during the storage period, prior to their insertion in the recipient areas, is also important for their survival and ability to fully thrive in order to produce the expected levels of coverage. Wound Healing UGraft also includes the ability to create specific donor wound configurations to render any scarring that occurs as cosmetically insignificant as possible. The patient’s video can also be accessed here if the embed does not appear on this post http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4om1ngHLyo
  10. Bernardo de Paula is the actor who plays Beto in the Showtime series, Shameless. He was concerned about his hair loss, particularly in the hairline area and crown. Aside from the fact that appearances are highly linked to career opportunities and success in the entertainment industry, Bernardo felt that his progressive baldness was affecting his confidence as well. Because hair transplantation has come a long way in the development of tools and techniques that enable doctors to produce very realistic results, more celebrities are turning to surgery to address issues with male pattern hair loss. And indeed, we are also seeing an emerging trend of high profile individuals speaking quite openly about their procedures. This not only includes Mr. de Paulo whose video is included here, but also other celebrities like Wayne Rooney, James Nesbitt (actor) and Marc Jacobs. Calum Best, an actor, model and reality show star, underwent FUE. And he also feels there is no reason to be so secretive about hair surgery, as most onlookers respond quite positively to quality results. Crown and Hairline Restoration With Follicular Unit Extraction Bernardo de Paulo was experiencing hairline recession and emptiness in the crown. Dr. Umar performed an FUE hair transplant to harvest head donor grafts and insert them into these areas. Finer nape hair was used to create a softer and more natural looking hairline edge. The actor no longer has to worry about seeing images of his diminishing hair on camera. In fact, he is now able to sport a more youthful and edgy hair style , which would not have been possible before his procedure. But perhaps most importantly, he also states that he now has a much stronger sense of inner peace. If the video player is not displaying above, here is the link to the video clip. Click here.
  11. After a previous strip surgery, this patient had a large scar and less than ideal coverage. Dr. Umar was able to create a donor pool of 6,000 grafts. Many of these were derived from the beard areas on the patient's neck. Here are before and after photos of the patient's results: The before photos show the patient at a Norwood 6 level of baldness. Due to the severity of his hair loss, he did not have enough follicles on the scalp to serve as grafts for the type of coverage that he wanted. Dr. Umar was able to create a donor supply of 6,000 grafts. Many of these were derived from the face and neck areas. Some head hair was integrated to create a more even looking texture. Dr. Umar uses his specialized uGraft system to harvest the follicles safely and to help ensure visually pristine healing in the donor area. (1) photos showing the advancement of the hairline (2) before and after photos of the new temples (3) photos showing the coverage of the NW6 area (4) coverage of the strip scar The patient's video can be viewed below
  12. Dr. Umar used uGraft to harvest nape hair follicles for this patient's eyelash hair transplant procedure. Like many women, she tried eyelash extensions. But they were pulling her natural lashes, making them even shorter. They also do not last long, considering how much she goes swimming. Many solutions available for longer lashes require ongoing regimens and maintenance. Therefore results from an eyelash restoration surgery offers far more convenience. Here is the patient before her procedure: Here is the patient after her procedure: More information about the surgery is available here.
  13. Eyebrow restoration is a procedure that is often chosen by male patients in addition to women. The patient in the photos and video below had very sparse eyebrows. They almost looked non existent, causing him to feel self conscious about his appearance. This was exacerbated by a comment that a family member made at a gathering. Dr. Umar used 300 grafts of hair from the patient's leg to create the density that he wanted. Like nape hair, leg hair is also a close match for eyebrow hair. More information on his case can be found here: Eyebrow Restoration Results On Male Patient
  14. This patient grew increasingly unhappy with his appearance due to the way his hairline and temples had receded. He started losing hair in his late twenties and finally decided to do something about the issue in his late forties. Dr. Umar extracted 3,000 uGrafts from the head and nape to create a natural looking hairline and temple points that would be most attractive in appearance for this patient's face. The patient's feedback was that this was the best investment he has ever made in himself. More information about this patient's experience can be found here: http://www.dermhairclinic.com/3000-ugrafts-hairline-temple-recession/
  15. Those with severe baldness are often given two standard recommendations: (1) shaving their entire head (2) wearing a hair piece This patient, however, did not want either option. Instead, he wanted to have real hair growth on his head. Dr. Umar was able to harvest grafts from the patient's beard areas and combined this with head hair. The patient was able to achieve significant coverage during his first procedure which used 8,000 uGrafts. He returned for a second session a year later for greater density. 4,000 additional grafts were applied. Here is a video which features his personal feedback along with reactions that he received from other people. More information about this patient's experience can be found here: http://www.dermhairclinic.com/video-severe-baldness-follow-up-12000-ugrafts-results/
  16. Dr. Umar applieds his uGraft methodology to perform eyebrow hair transplant procedures for patients who want the look of fuller brows, but cannot grow them out themselves. This patient of his used tattoos. They often required touch ups Most of her hairs had fallen out due to over plucking and hormonal changes. Like any people, she preferred having real hair growth and felt that the tattoos looked fake. Here is a link to her video. Results with 450 uGrafts are shown after fifteen months- Click here
  17. Before Surgery: · Patient suffered with the most extreme genetic hair loss—Norwood 7 · No prior surgeries, but used a hairpiece to conceal baldness · Patient was tired of the hairpiece and wanted a permanent solution; adequate crown coverage and a conservative hairline Surgery: · Goal: Build satisfying density across the crown and mid-top and craft a modest, yet complimentary hairline · Using the uGraft, Dr. Umar transplanted 10,500 grafts from the beard and scalp over the course of two sessions; beard hair transplant was the best solution considering the high need for coverage and the limited scalp donor supply Surgery Results: · Results show the patient at 6 months after the second session (he recorded the result video himself) · Body and beard hair transplant generally allow for up to two years until the hair has completely grown in and matured, so he has even more improvement to look forward to. Read more about beard and body hair transplant. You can also watch the video here: Body Hair Transplant | DermHair Clinic
  18. 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.
  19. Guys check this out. i had seen in the past a video from this guy but this is after 2 years from his last BHT repair with dr Umar. the guy was messed up, completeley butchered and depleted from strips and scalp reductions and look at the repair work. Unbelievable
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