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Dr. Cam Simmons – 4169 grafts in front for a Norwood 4 patient with fine, black hair

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This 40 year-old man had a Norwood 4 pattern of hair loss with fine, black, straight hair. His donor density was average but his scalp was flexible.

We transplanted 4169 grafts in front at higher than average transplanted density to compensate for the fineness of his hair and his smaller follicular unit size. He had about 55% 2s, 20% 3s, 20% 1s, and 5% 4s with about 2.1 hairs per graft.

He had a routine 2-layer trichophytic closure without tension.

These photos were taken 12 months after his hair transplant. Although we did not transplant his crown he can now partially conceal the thinning there by styling. He has more hair available to transplant further back if he chooses but he is content for now as he is.

















Cam Simmons MD ABHRS

Seager Medical Group,

Toronto, Ontario, Canada


Dr. Cam Simmons is a member of the Coalition of Independent Hair Restoration Physicians

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Dr. Simmons, you are great at what you do! This is an outstanding result!

Finasteride 1.25 mg. daily

Avodart 0.5 mg. daily

Spironolactone 50 mg twice daily

5 mg. oral Minoxidil twice daily

Biotin 1000 mcg daily

Multi Vitamin daily


Damn, with all the stuff you put in your hair are you like a negative NW1? :D

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I bet he is over the moon with that result.

2 poor unsatisfactory hair transplants performed in the UK.


Based on vast research and meeting patients, I travelled to see Dr Feller in New York to get repaired.

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Fantastic transformation! Thank you for sharing.

"Doc" Blake Bloxham - formerly "Future_HT_Doc"


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All opinions are my own and my advice does not constitute as medical advice. All medical questions and concerns should be addressed by a personal physician.

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