In this video Dr. Sara Wasserbauer explains the difference in the two hair transplant techniques. FUE/Traditional Comparison Comparison Traditional Method (“Strip” or “FUT”) Follicular Unit Extraction (“FUE”) Average number of grafts ~2300 (range 500-4000) ~1800 (Range 500-2400) Visibility of scarring Linear scar visible generally when hair cut less than #3 clipper setting Diffuse pinpoint scarring…

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On Monday, May 6, 2013 at 9:00 a.m. Dr. Wasserbauer performed a hair transplant live on a 35-year old man suffering from male pattern baldness.  Greg Adler, an attorney, Mensa International member and fitness model, will share his personal hair restoration journey with viewers during the transplant and in follow-up posts on CaliforniaHairSurgeon.com. Much to his chagrin,…

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This 33 year old male  was experiencing diffuse hair loss throughout the top of the scalp. Dr. Wasserbauer performed FUT  strip harvest hair transplantation moving 2500 hair grafts a total of 4,338 hairs. To minimize future hair loss he began medical therapy with Rogaine topically and Propecia orally.

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42 Years old 2 FUT hair transplant. Norwood 5 prior to first surgery. Graft Total:3757. Hair total:7695. On Propecia for hair loss maintenance. Second procedure one year later. Total:3000 grafts. Hair Total:5914 hairs.

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5 tips to get thicker hair and common causes of hair loss or thinning by Erin Heger – insider.com There is no proven way to permanently thicken hair if you are healthy and have no underlying health conditions. But, there are lifestyle adjustments to improve your overall hair health and prevent breakage. What causes thin…

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This male, 48 year old patient came to our office for consultation with Dr. Wasserbauer. He wanted to restore a more youthful hairline and fill in the crown. His hair quality and density were excellent and he has no intention of shaving his hair short. Dr. Wasserbauer recommend FUT harvesting, were a narrow strip of…

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We are often contacted by companies hoping to sell new supplements or hair care products purported to increase hair growth, and it is not often that we adopt them into our practice. You might have noticed a distinct lack of “products” on our shelves in stark contrast to other hair transplant practices. This is because…

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