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Picture of Author: Dr. Victor Hasson

Author: Dr. Victor Hasson

Medical Doctor & Hair Restoration Surgeon

We met this hair transplant patient on a recent trip to Italy. There are Hasson and Wong consultants working in Europe, the UK, the USA and Canada who travel to different cities conducting free in-person hair loss assessments & providing advice on what hair restoration options would be most effective. See a list of upcoming cities where consultations will be held.

One of this patients’ primary goals was to achieve maximum coverage in his first surgery.  He was willing to give up a little density in the front to ensure the crown could get reasonable coverage.  He decided that he would assess his situation again after the first surgery, and if he wanted to achieve greater density in the front, he could schedule a second procedure.

Dr. Wong and his team of  terrific technicians transplanted a total of 4461 hair grafts to achieve his hairline and coverage goals.  Needless to say, he is happy with the results, shown here after about 8 months.  This transplant was made up of 925 single-count hair grafts, 3231 were doubles (2 hairs) and 305 were 3 or 4-count  hair grafts.  The strip was 31.2 cm x approximately 1.5 cm. On the  day of his second procedure, 3,000 total grafts were added to the frontal zone and mid scalp which should complete his transformation.

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Hair Transplant Before and After pictures - Dr. Wong

Hair Transplant Before and After pictures - Dr. Wong

Hair Transplant Before and After pictures - Dr. Wong

Hair Transplant Before and After pictures - Dr. Wong

Hair Transplant Before and After pictures - Dr. Wong

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