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1,000 FUE starts restoration of the frontal third - performed by Dr. Bernard Arocha

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This 26 year old gentleman who was experiencing a receding hairline and temporal peaks came to Arocha Hair Restoration seeking to restore the frontal third, which made up of the hair line and forelock up to the mid-scalp area. The goal of the procedure was to start the restoration of the frontal third with a 1,000 follicular unit extraction (FUE) procedure. Dr. Arocha performed the FUE procedure using Arocha Hair Restoration's ARTAS Robotic System, which utilizes advanced digital technology and precision robotics to give patients fuller, healthy looking hair. Permanent hair from the back of the head is transplanted into thinning areas, growing naturally as before. The after photos show early results of about nine months following the patient's first session. The patient is so pleased he is planning a second FUE procedure in a few months to complete the restoration of the Fronto-Temporal corners. Note the nice increase in density in the area transplanted through selecting higher density follicular units.


To view additional photos, please visit http://www.dallashairloss.com/en/pho...asp?albumid=48. For a complimentary, stress-free hair loss treatment consultation with Dr. Arocha, call us at 1-888-723-HAIR. Those traveling more than 100 miles to have a procedure done by Dr. Arocha will be eligible for a travel reimbursement. We have two convenient locations for hair restoration surgeries and consultations in Dallas and Houston, Texas. We encourage out of town patients to call us and discuss travel arrangements for their hair procedure.







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Nice work! 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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After photos don't really show much. The hairline is covered and the hair is combed down so we can't see how good the yield was...

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