Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 02, 2013
Hair transplant procedures can offer wonderful results that help patients look their very best. Many of them also benefit from increased self confidence as well. However, there are also a considerable number of cases where patients end up with poor outcomes and the need to correct these results through additional surgery.
Dr. Umar of Derm Hair Clinic is a leading expert in the field of body hair to head transplant. He is able to treat the most challenging patient cases that other clinics would consider to be impossible. This is done through the creation of large sized donor pools up to 25,000 grafts. His amazing results not only include impressive amounts of coverage, but also immaculate wound healing from highly exposed donor regions such as the sides of the face and the chest. Dr. Umar developed his own surgical system, called uGraft to achieve his outcomes. And patients travel from all over the world to see him.
A PATIENT RECEIVES A NEW BEGINNING WITH 13,000 GRAFTS
One of Dr. Umar's patients flew all the way from Australia to fix the results of two previous hair transplants which were performed at other clinics. His crown remained bald. And he was left with strip scarring. Like many others, he wore his hair longer than he would have like in order to hide this.
Hair transplant procedures are typically performed by extracting hair from the head regions. And these follicles are inserted into the targeted areas of hair loss. However, there is a finite number of grafts which could be derived from the head. This limit ranges between 5,000 to 7,000 grafts.
This particular patient required 13,000 grafts for the global coverage that he wanted. Dr. Umar was able to harvest this donor supply by extracting follicles from the beard regions. He also used small quantities of head hair to create a more uniform looking texture.
As a result, this patient finally experienced the success that he wanted. He no longer has a bald crown. And he can finally wear his hair in a short buzz cut style now that his strip scar is no longer apparent.
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