Posts Tagged ‘advice’
Trying To Understand The Benefits of an FUE Hair Transplant
I really would like to have a hair transplant, but I’d prefer not to have long scar on the back of my head. My concern is if the back of my hair thins over time that the scar will become visible. Does it make more sense to have FUE as opposed to a strip hair…Read More
What Are The Best FUE Techniques Currently Being Used?
Question: I’m very interested in having an FUE hair transplant but I’m starting to get confused with all of the different FUE techniques being offered. Do I have a Neograft FUE (which is extremely expensive), CIT or SAFE? I also read something about FUE2 . Your website seems to be more straight forward then others…Read More
Is It Acceptable To Transplant Hair Into Areas of The Scalp That Are Only Thinning?
Do the majority of hair transplant doctors consider it appropriate to transplant hair into thinning areas, e.g., front, mid-section, and/or crown, as opposed to transplanting hair only into bald areas? What are the risks and considerations (e.g., shock loss)? – Robert – – – – – – – – Robert, Thank you for taking the…Read More
Concered About Thinning and Irritation On Hair Transplant Donor Scar
I had a transplant about one year ago to hide a scar from a brow lift. Unfortunately, the scar is still very visible, but what I’m most worried about is the dramatic thinning of my hair along the donor scar line and below it. In fact, right now, I have an irritation, the second one…Read More
FUE Hair Transplant Primer
As one of the few docs who does FUE routinely in my practice, I think it is interesting that all sorts of new methods for automating the process are being introduced. There have been many iterations of these machines and while none has yet panned out perfectly, I do see some hope on the horizon!…Read More