What is Shock Hair Loss After Surgery?

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Shock loss broadly refers to the loss of hair in either the donor or recipient areas after surgery. Procedures such as follicular unit hair transplantation (FUT or FUE), hairline lowering (AKA scalp advancement), or indeed any significant surgery (especially those requiring general anesthesia) can cause this temporary shedding of hair. This condition occurs in a…
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6 Month Post Hair Transplant Results

Case Study
Front view – before and after 3472 hair grafts – 6 months post op. This 51 year old male with full dark hair, had developed a mature Norwood hair loss classification 5 pattern. He had a thin bridge of fine hair across the middle of his scalp and otherwise his hair loss had plateaued for…
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3300 Hair Graft Case Study

Case Study
This patient had Norwood Classification 4 hair loss. His hairline had significantly receded and he experienced some central scalp thinning. His donor density was good and although his hair was straight it had good volume. In January 2018 Dr. Wasserbauer transplanted 3344 follicular units averaging 2.4 hair per follicular units, approximately 8,000 hair in one…
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Hair Transplant Result – 3900 Hair Grafts

Case Study, News
This 45 year old male patient came in for a hair loss consultation with Dr. Wasserbauer in 2016. He had lost most of the hair in the front and midscalp (Norwood  Hair Loss Classification IV) He had no desire to shave his hair short in the back and had excellent hair density. Dr. Wasserbauer transplanted 3,265…
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