How will the back of my head look after hair transplant surgery?
During each patient consultation, we inevitably hear this question. In the past, hair transplant surgery used invasive and destructive means to harvest hair follicles from the back of the head. This area, known as the donor site, contains desirable hairs for relocation due to the properties that allow them to be resistant to male pattern hair loss. For this reason, it’s all the more important to preserve and take care of the donor site when performing hair transplant surgery. The number of donor’s hairs will ultimately determine how large or how many hair restorations surgeries can be performed throughout a lifetime.
In this video we show off an F.U.E. Transplant at the one year mark. This gentleman had a grand total of 2,166 grafts harvested from the donor site and relocated to the crown.