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Parsa Mohebi, MD
08-05-2016, 10:09 AM
This video showcases a small FUE case of 1,000 grafts where the patient did not want to completely shave his donor area. This story shows you how we achieve this by doing layer shaving of the donor area so that the work is undetectable in the back. If you're able/willing to let your hair grow long enough, we can shave the strip of the scalp that we will be using for extraction, and the hair above the strip will then be long enough to cover up the entire donor area.

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farijepalacios
08-26-2016, 11:20 AM
Is there any non-surgical hair transplant? I am afraid of surgeries....

Parsa Mohebi, MD
08-30-2016, 11:26 AM
Is there any non-surgical hair transplant? I am afraid of surgeries....

There isn't a way to have a hair transplant procedure without surgery, though it's important to note that the procedure itself is minimally invasive and low risk. It is an outpatient procedure so that you will be able to go home the same day and the healing time is very minimal. Most people return to their normal routines within a few days of the procedure (sometimes even returning to work the following day), and the healing time for FUE is even quicker than FUT/Strip. The main visual side effects immediately following the hair transplant are redness of the scalp and occasional mild swelling of the forehead (primarily a concern with the strip procedure). Aside from this, the majority of patients say the healing time and the procedure itself are both relatively painless.

If you do not wish to have a hair transplant procedure, you can also consider taking Propecia and/or Rogaine. While not as effective as a hair transplant, they are both still very effective and proven to be a valuable tool to combat hair loss.

Hopefully this answers your question. Please don't hesitate to follow up if you need more information.

farijepalacios
09-20-2016, 12:17 AM
There isn't a way to have a hair transplant procedure without surgery, though it's important to note that the procedure itself is minimally invasive and low risk. It is an outpatient procedure so that you will be able to go home the same day and the healing time is very minimal. Most people return to their normal routines within a few days of the procedure (sometimes even returning to work the following day), and the healing time for FUE is even quicker than FUT/Strip. The main visual side effects immediately following the hair transplant are redness of the scalp and occasional mild swelling of the forehead (primarily a concern with the strip procedure). Aside from this, the majority of patients say the healing time and the procedure itself are both relatively painless.

If you do not wish to have a hair transplant procedure, you can also consider taking Propecia and/or Rogaine. While not as effective as a hair transplant, they are both still very effective and proven to be a valuable tool to combat hair loss.

Hopefully this answers your question. Please don't hesitate to follow up if you need more information.

How to follow taking Propecia and/or Rogaine?