Eugenix Hair Sciences Clinic | Norwood Grade 3 | 22 Months Hair Transplant Results|

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PATIENT'S DETAILS:
  • 32 years old
  • Norwood 3 grade of baldness
  • Medium caliber hair
  • Strong follicular units
  • High % of hair in the telogen phase
RECOMMENDED TREATMENT:
  • In this gentleman's case, we initially decided to adopt a one-step approach to treat his baldness, classifiable as grade 3 in the Norwood scale.
  • The surgery (subject of this post) took place in November 2021, when we implanted 2,200 grafts by using DHT to restore the patient's hairline and frontal scalp area.
SURGERIES DETAILS:

Slits were made through Needles and a CTS blade, and scoring and extractions were executed with motorized punches and immediately implanted into the recipient area by using Sava implanters. The implanter tool used at the hair transplant clinic gives the surgeon precise control over the depth, direction, and angle of each implanted follicle, resulting in an enhanced natural appearance and density. The primary advantage of DHT is its ability to minimize the time grafts spend outside the body, thus potentially increasing the survival rate of the hair follicles in hair transplant. For more information, please visit at https://eugenixhairsciences.com/about/

No. of Grafts: 2,200
Technique: DHT (Direct Hair Transplant)
Donor area: Scalp

RESULTS:
  • Natural-looking Hair in 22 Months
  • No Scarring
BEFORE & AFTER RESULTS:
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Warmest Regards,
Eugenix Hair Sciences

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Website: https://eugenixhairsciences.com
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