SURGERY TYPE: FUT
GRAFT COUNT: 5350
NORWOOD SCALE: Type 5a
SURGEON: DR. VICTOR HASSON
Hair Transplant Timeline | FUT Hair Transplant | 5,350 Grafts
After conducting thorough research, Rob from Montana opted for Hasson and Wong to fulfill his hair restoration goals and achieve his desired hairline. Having gained a significant amount of knowledge during his research, Rob had a clear understanding of the approach needed to attain his desired outcome.
Dr. Hasson agreed to a more aggressive design to achieve the lower hairline Rob wanted, which would require more grafts committed to the frontal half and a second procedure to address the crown.
A less aggressive approach could have resulted in a higher hairline and fewer grafts on a possible second procedure, if required. However, for patients with limited donor supply, a more conservative hairline would be recommended. The gallery of photos shows that a higher, more conservative hairline can also create a significant cosmetic benefit.
Rob’s 5350 graft hair transplant procedure achieved impressive cosmetic results, as evidenced in the 6-month post-op update. He is delighted with the outcome so far, which has transformed his appearance.
Here are the photos from Rob’s Pre-op photo shoot.
Thank you to Rob for sharing his stages of his hair transplant growth and his hair transplant recovery. Congratulations on your new look Rob! We will all look forward to seeing how your results continue to evolve.
4 Days Post-Op
Four days post-op, all done and back at home. 5350 on the grafts and because of the hairline and style I chose, covered the front to mid-way back. Dr. Hasson thinks I need around another 3000 for complete coverage including the crown. I should have some good density up front though. I think FUE would be good for the second one and Dr. Hasson said he could focus on multiple hair follicles on the FUE. I would have done it all right there if I could have. My photos will be even better after a second session. One thing I def. was not prepared for was the amount of swelling in my face!! My face really blew up and I can hardly open my eyes!
***4 day post-op clinic note***
While some degree of swelling is expected, Rob’s swelling was above average. Day 4 post-op is usually the peak and swelling quickly improves within a day or two from there. As evidenced in the 1 week post-op photos taken 3 days later, the swelling has resolved and a normal appearance has returned.
10 Weeks Post-Op
14 Weeks Post-Op
6 Months Post-Op