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Before and after 1 Year - 3000 FUE grafts – From HDC Hair Clinic in Cyprus

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This is a 32-year-old patient at Norwood class 5 stage. He has some thin hair in his balding area, and he wondered if these would be affected adversely from the hair transplant. We explained that there is a possibility that some of those vellus hair might not survive and that we will place the appropriate density to cover of any loss.

Finally, it seems that most if not all his existing hair survived as the result is really thick after placing 3000 grafts on hairline and top area.

The patient is coming for a second FUE Hair Transplant to cover the crown.

What is remarkable in this case, apart from the result, is that the donor looks as strong as before the extraction of 3000 grafts, illustrated by photos and video. This makes this patient ready for covering all his crown with FUE2 without worry about his donor.

How you will look after your FUE Hair Transplant and why the donor keeps in best condition, can be seen in this video link.

https://youtu.be/huPLNp-Sy8c

 

 

Before

 

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Immediately After

 

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1 Year After

 

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Giuseppe Grezzi 

Representative of HDC Hair Clinic and  Hair transplant Technician

Email : giuseppe@hdc.com.cy    Whatapp +357 97 741250   HDC Whatsapp +357 99 205741

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