✓** 33 years old**,** NW III-V, with a hair loss history in his family (father and maternal grandfather).
✓ No medications.
✓ Thick caliber hair.
✓ Strong follicular units.
✓ High % of hair in telogen phase.
Here we present yet another nice example of an FUE restoration.
This 33-year-old gentleman was losing his hair from the age of 24. At the time of the consultation, his balding pattern was classifiable in between the grade III and IV of the Norwood scale; despite the examination revealed a high percentage of miniaturized hair in his recipient area, the patient was not willing to start any treatments to halt his hair loss.
Taking into account this fact and his family hair loss history, I recommended him to focus on the hairline and anterior area restoration at this stage. Since the patient wished to be able to wear his donor hair short, we agreed upon performing an FUE procedure using exclusively scalp hair grafts.
In June 2020, he received 2258 FUE grafts in one surgery day. The results were already remarkable at the 6th month mark, as it can be appreciated in the documentation published below. The patient has just sent in another photo, showing the final results, 1 year after the procedure.
We hope to meet him again at the clinic in the future so that we will be able to provide the community with better quality pictures showing his final results.
✓ 2258** grafts
✓ Technique : **FUE
✓** Donor area : Scalp
✓ FUE scoring and extractions executed with my WAW 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 centres are already using it.
✓ Incisions : **40-45/cm2
✓** Grafts Breakdown :
☞ 518 Single FUE grafts
☞ 881 Double FUE grafts
☞ 859 Triple FUE grafts
✓ Total number of Hair : **4857
✓** Average Hair/Graft : **2.15
Dr. Jean Devroye**