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Dr. Jean Devroye, HTS Clinic / 2011 + 1232 + 2889 FUE / Beard & hair restoration

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PATIENT'S DETAILS

31 years old (in 2016, at the time of his first procedure), with a hair loss history in his family (father and brothers).

Taking Finasteride and Minoxidil.

 

RECOMMENDED TREATMENT

This 31-year-old patient wished to restore his beard - which presented a lack of density on the cheeks area - and his hairline, showing a slight recession on the temple corners.

In February 2016, we performed a first FUE procedure (2011 scalp and beard grafts) in order to restore his temple corners and frame the outer and lower part of the cheeks.

Following the excellent results, the patient decided to further improve his beard by completely covering the cheeks area. Therefore, in December 2017, we performed a second FUE surgery (1232 beard grafts).

The patient was again enthusiastic about the results obtained. In April 2019, he decided to undergo a third FUE procedure - consisting of 2889 scalp and pubis grafts, with the aim of further enhancing his hairline/temple corners, restoring the temple points and perfecting the beard density.

As usual, we will be glad to share the results of this last procedure with the community as soon as we receive any updates from the patient.

 

SURGERIES DETAILS

1st Surgery (FUE I, Beard & Hair) -  February 2016

2011 grafts

Donor area: Scalp

Recipient areas: Beard and temple corners

✓ Technique: FUE

FUE scoring and extractions executed with my WAW FUE System, now widely used in the sphere of FUE. It consists of a very precise pedal that enables to control the movement of the punch, that I also designed myself. The main advantage is to reduce substantially the number of damaged and transected hair, thus to raise the quality of the procedure. The system is now used worldwide and several dozens of surgeons or centers are already using it.

Grafts Breakdown:
743 Single FUE grafts
681 Double FUE grafts
501 Triple FUE grafts
86 Quadruple FUE grafts

Total number of Hair: 3952

Average Hair/Graft: 1,96

 

2nd Surgery (FUE II, Beard) - December 2017

1232 grafts

Donor area: Beard

Recipient area: Beard

Technique: FUE

FUE scoring and extractions executed with my WAW FUE System.

Grafts Breakdown:
780 Single FUE grafts
452 Double FUE grafts

Total number of Hair: 1684

Average Hair/Graft: 1.36

 

3rd Surgery (FUE III, Beard & Hair) - April 2019

2889 grafts

Donor area: Scalp, pubis

Recipient areas: Hairline/temple corners, temple points, beard

Technique: FUE

FUE scoring and extractions executed with my WAW FUE System.

Grafts Breakdown:
1026 Single FUE grafts
1272 Double FUE grafts
461 Triple FUE grafts
130 Quadruple FUE grafts

Total number of Hair: 5473

Average Hair/Graft: 1.89

 

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Dr. Jean Devroye

HTS Clinic - Bruxelles

Email: info@drdevroye.com

Telephone: +32 2 880 70 60

Website: http://www.hair-transplant-surgery.com/en/home

Online consultation: https://www.hair-transplant-surgery.com/en/Online-consultation

Devroye Instruments: http://www.devroyeinstruments.com

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

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Dr. Devroye, 

Excellent presentation of a very interesting case. I love the "corner(s)" results from the first surgery as well. I am sure the second pass will look just as natural. I do hope you will update when he comes back. 

Again, great work. 


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On 7/9/2019 at 5:49 AM, Dr Blake Bloxham said:

Dr. Devroye, 

Excellent presentation of a very interesting case. I love the "corner(s)" results from the first surgery as well. I am sure the second pass will look just as natural. I do hope you will update when he comes back. 

Again, great work. 

Thank you kindly Dr. Bloxham.


Dr. Jean Devroye

HTS Clinic - Bruxelles

Email: info@drdevroye.com

Telephone: +32 2 880 70 60

Website: http://www.hair-transplant-surgery.com/en/home

Online consultation: https://www.hair-transplant-surgery.com/en/Online-consultation

Devroye Instruments: http://www.devroyeinstruments.com

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

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Dr. Devroye.

Great work.

This is the first time I have heard of harvesting pubis grafts. Very interesting. That would be killing two birds with one stone as far as I am concerned. :)

In what areas of the scalp can they be used? Or are they only used on beard restoration?

How is the yield on the pubis grafts?

Thanks

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On 8/1/2019 at 1:46 AM, ndubya said:

Dr. Devroye.

Great work.

This is the first time I have heard of harvesting pubis grafts. Very interesting. That would be killing two birds with one stone as far as I am concerned. :)

In what areas of the scalp can they be used? Or are they only used on beard restoration?

How is the yield on the pubis grafts?

Thanks

Thank you for your comment and query.

So far, I have used pubic grafts mainly to restore eyebrows. Sometimes, to restore beard or sideburns.

Given the weaker nature of pubic grafts, it's not always easy to extract them; however, if transection is avoided, they provide a good yield.

I frequently use beard grafts to fill in the scalp. Pubic hair could help, if necessary.

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Dr. Jean Devroye

HTS Clinic - Bruxelles

Email: info@drdevroye.com

Telephone: +32 2 880 70 60

Website: http://www.hair-transplant-surgery.com/en/home

Online consultation: https://www.hair-transplant-surgery.com/en/Online-consultation

Devroye Instruments: http://www.devroyeinstruments.com

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

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On 8/2/2019 at 11:51 AM, Dr. Jean Devroye said:

Thank you for your comment and query.

So far, I have used pubic grafts mainly to restore eyebrows. Sometimes, to restore beard or sideburns.

Given the weaker nature of pubic grafts, it's not always easy to extract them; however, if transection is avoided, they provide a good yield.

I frequently use beard grafts to fill in the scalp. Pubic hair could help, if necessary.

Thank you for the reply and answers.

Very interesting.

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