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10, 309 graft BHT repair case -THE VIDEO


#1

To view the video, click on the PLAY button:

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The patient had been discussed previously on the following thread:

http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss/board_entry-id-27518.html

S. Umar, M.D., FAAD
DermHair Clinic
Redondo Beach, California
+1-310-318-1500
1-877-DERMHAIR (US residents)
info@dermhairclinic.com
WEBSITE www.dermhairclinic.com
Single Follicle Extraction & Transfer (SFET)
Using Head and Body hair

For more SFET-FUE and BHT results go to www.dermhairclinic.com


#2

Dr Umar,
Words can’t describe how fantastic this patient looks!
You are truly a genius!
The photos you posted do not do this guy justice.
Only in the video, when you’re combing his hair, do you truly see just how incredible your work really is!
I’ve said it before, in regards to the work you did on me, but I’ll say it again: "You are a life changer!"
Kindest regards

Hooray for Hair


#3

» Dr Umar,
» Words can’t describe how fantastic this patient looks!
» You are truly a genius!
» The photos you posted do not do this guy justice.
» Only in the video, when you’re combing his hair, do you truly see just how
» incredible your work really is!
» I’ve said it before, in regards to the work you did on me, but I’ll say it
» again: “You are a life changer!”
» Kindest regards
»
» Hooray for Hair

he changed this mans life, he gave his life back, its alittle depressing cause his hair looks better than mine, but i am happy for him cause i know the anguish of being disfigured,


#4

Thank you Hooray,

It has also been my observation that my patients generally look better in person and on video than they do with the kind of photos we show from my clinic.

S. Umar, M.D., FAAD
DermHair Clinic
Redondo Beach, California
+1-310-318-1500
1-877-DERMHAIR (US residents)
info@dermhairclinic.com
WEBSITE www.dermhairclinic.com
Single Follicle Extraction & Transfer (SFET)
Using Head and Body hair

For more SFET-FUE and BHT results go to www.dermhairclinic.com


#5

A very good result… im so glad I have tons of beard and bodyhair :slight_smile:


#6

What happened before the repair? did he go to work like this or did he wear a toupee before the repair?


#7

Dr. Umar,

In case you didn’t see it; I asked this question in the thread below. Do you think the body hair will become more natural after a few cycles like Hairsite said? Have you personally followed your bht patients for a couple years and witnessed that such is the case?


#8

The critics are slowly being silenced.


#9

» The critics are slowly being silenced.

I agree - Delete


#10

» What happened before the repair? did he go to work like this or did he wear
» a toupee before the repair?

Amazingly, the patient said his appearance was not “career limiting”, which, if he meant that he did not wear a hairpiece has an astonishingly positive outlook on life.

This guy is surely a “worst to first” case. Hope grows with each new story like this one that BHT can repair botched surgeries.

It should be noted this patient had a great supply of donor, which makes me think “Results may vary” depending on your particular supply.

This guy deserved some relief from hair hell and I’m truly glad he found it.


#11

incredible transformation. I hope this and other results from Dr. Umar motivate other hair transplant doctors to study and offer BHT. It’s clearly the only option for many hair loss sufferers.


#12

C’mon what this really guy needed was a wig and hope for a cure No Offense but man that doesn’t look to good .


#13

» C’mon what this really guy needed was a wig and hope for a cure No Offense
» but man that doesn’t look to good .

Lol. You gotta be kidding bro.
David Lee Roth (of Van Halen) would LOVE to have his hair!
So would Michael Anthony (also of Van Halen) who had a mediocre HT.

This is the best BHT case I’ve seen to date.
I’ll bet other clinics wouldn’t touch him after what he’s been through.

Rock on Dr. Umar!

I have pretty big strip scars I’d love to fill in with BHT someday.
And his hairline looks great to me.
As does the crown which is now natural looking.

He is a new man, imo.
“Needs” a wig?
I’d LOVE to hear what the patient would say to that. Lol.

According to your profile, you’ve posted 2 times.
What is your HT history VH?


#14

These videos are great and all…

Can we talk turkey?

What did this guy pay? Seriously! If he paid $100K for this, is ANYONE happy with his results?


#15

» These videos are great and all…
»
» Can we talk turkey?
»
» What did this guy pay? Seriously! If he paid $100K for this, is ANYONE
» happy with his results?

I’d pay $100,000 to look much better than “normal” again after being “butchered”.
That’s quite a hairline he’s got there!
And he’s got a TON more BH to work with if he chooses.

IMO, those other so called “clinics” who butchered him should have pay for this repair.

Heck, some people pay 100K to remodel their kitchen and/or master bathroom.

100K for 10,000 grafts would be what… $10.00 per graft?
To my knowledge, Dr. Umar does does NOT charge $10.00 per graft.

For the price of a nice car (not even a Ferrari), this man got his life back.
Priceless, IMO.


#16

I don’t know what you see . I see a doctor that should of told this patient to invest in a wig or
wait a couple of years for some kind of cure .
He looks terrible . The doctor did a great job considering what he had to work with but c’mon
if looks terrible /


#17

We will just have to agree to disagree VH.
That’s cool.
This is what I see…

My father, who is a NW6 and spends a fair amount of money on his hair “systems” aka “wigs” saw this video and was blown away.

Can you imagine wearing a system for decades?

Have you ever worn a system yourself Van Halen?
Or had an HT?

You seem new here (3 posts total).
Not sure where you are coming from.

Please show me a better example of a repair case using NO head hair.

Thanks.


#18

» I don’t know what you see . I see a doctor that should of told this
» patient to invest in a wig or
» wait a couple of years for some kind of cure .
» He looks terrible . The doctor did a great job considering what he had to
» work with but c’mon
» if looks terrible /

Did you see the scars on his head? You are out of your mind. Most bht look unnatural but not this one. There is something wrong with you, this is very good body hair work


#19

» I don’t know what you see . I see a doctor that should of told this
» patient to invest in a wig or
» wait a couple of years for some kind of cure .
» He looks terrible . The doctor did a great job considering what he had to
» work with but c’mon
» if looks terrible /

A wig??? lol… This man has allready waited alot of years for a cure; Dr. Umar.


#20

This guy is blessed with excellent growth. As an artist and a BHT patient, I can tell you that the only thing that needs refinement is the hairline. This is something that is not focused upon during the first repair procedure anyway. In speaking with other repair patients, it can often take up to 5 passes to make a hairline look 100% natural, especially when hiding old plug grafting. Also newly transplanted hair often initially grows in curly or kinky. This guy is only 6 months out! He has a lot more growth to come and the appearance will become even more fuller once the new hairs grow longer. Most of my transplanted BHT has grown more than twice its original length. He could and most likely will look 100% natural and undetectable with a minimum of 2-5 fine tuning surgeries. The hairline could be brought down lower in order to minimize the “Ronald Reagan” temple appearance. A lower hairline, a bit of recession and finer hairs grafted in front of the hairline and he will look like a guy with a full head of hair that had never been touched by a doctor.