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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.

 

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More information about this patient's experience can be found here: http://www.dermhairclinic.com/3000-ugrafts-hairline-temple-recession/

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looks great! one thing i dont like about dr umar is his hairlines and temple points, the need to be a little more receding looking, like in this case the temple points are perfectly vertical, i think they need to slant back a little, more natural looking, they should also be less dense than the hairline, still a great result

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I actually think this is a great result.


My Hair Loss Website

 

Surgical Treatments:

 

Hair transplant 5-22-2013 with Dr. Paul Shapiro at Shapiro Medical Group

Total grafts transplanted: 3222

*536 singles *1651 doubles * 961 triples,

*74 quadruples.

Total hairs transplanted: 7017

 

 

Non-Surgical Treatments:

 

*1.25 mg finasteride daily

*Generic minoxidil foam 2x daily

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I agree. Looks really good!!!


4737 FUT with Dr. Rahal on 11/16/2012

 

Daily regimen: 1/4 Proscar (1.25 mg Finasteride), Rogaine Foam (twice daily), 1000 mcg Biotin, 1 combo Vitamin D/Calcium/Magnesium, 1500 mg Glocosamine, 750 mg MSM, 1200 mg Fish Oil, 2000 mg Vitamin C, Super B-Complex, 400 I.U Vitamin E.

 

I am not a medical professional. All views and opinions expressed in this forum are of my own.

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