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Video: Dr. Umar - BHT+FUE hair transplant repair, 22000 grafts, extreme!


#1

WARNING - some video footage and still images are very graphic. Viewer discretion advised.

Patient had double flap as well as scalp reduction procedures done in the past with another clinic. He is left with severe pitting in frontal sclap and very unsightly scalp reduction scars in the crown. Temples and half of the sides are absent, having been displaced by multiple scalp reduction procedures. There is also an island of abmormally angled hair from prior surgeries.

Dr. Umar performed 3 repair procedures on him, each at approximately 6 months interval. The goal is to remove the pluggy hairline and reconstitute the entire head hair natural pattern using primarily body hair.

The video is about 6 months after the last procedure.

15,000 body hair
6,000 beard hair
1,000 head hair

Some BEFORE photos

click PLAY button to start video:
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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

Wow, the back of his head was pretty messed up, how did he go to work like that before the repair?


#3

» Wow, the back of his head was pretty messed up, how did he go to work like
» that before the repair?

Wow…this goes to show how amazing Dr. Umar is…He’s changing lives and he’s done it once again.


#4

In a industry full of false prophets comes a man who physically proves there is hope.


#5

Makes me wanna cry almost!

Jesus, that is simply friggin amazing. No way around it. I am so happy for that man.


#6

This is the patient on the video, I’m here in town to have a follow up with Dr Umar. I appreciate all the nice comments. I personally believe Dr. Umar is the only one who could have achieved my transformation. I’m near the end of my process and need to give it time for the last of my surgeries to flourish. For all those out there who have given up hope, I can tell you that Dr Umar’s work is real and that few of you will ever be in as bad a condition as I was. If it were not for BHT, this repair would not have been possible.

I was originally referred to a different BHT doctor in the U.S, but after researching on my own, I came upon Dr. Umar and decided to go with him. I feel his skill and dedication is unequaled. I have spoken to other people who had lost hope and I know of at least ONE who decided to have work done by Dr Umar and from what I can tell he is very happy. I cannot begin to describe how hard he worked on me, but everyone can see the results thus far. I will be forever grateful to Dr. Umar.

Have to go now, but if there are any questions, I can answer them later


#7

» Wow, the back of his head was pretty messed up, how did he go to work like
» that before the repair?

Didn’t you see the pics? He was wearing a hairpiece.


#8

» This is the patient on the video, I’m here in town to have a follow up with
» Dr Umar. I appreciate all the nice comments. I personally believe Dr.
» Umar is the only one who could have achieved my transformation. I’m near
» the end of my process and need to give it time for the last of my surgeries
» to flourish. For all those out there who have given up hope, I can tell
» you that Dr Umar’s work is real and that few of you will ever be in as bad
» a condition as I was. If it were not for BHT, this repair would not have
» been possible.
»
»
» I was originally referred to a different BHT doctor in the U.S, but after
» researching on my own, I came upon Dr. Umar and decided to go with him. I
» feel his skill and dedication is unequaled. I have spoken to other people
» who had lost hope and I know of at least
» ONE
» who decided to have work done by Dr Umar and from what I can tell he is
» very happy. I cannot begin to describe how hard he worked on me, but
» everyone can see the results thus far. I will be forever grateful to Dr.
» Umar.
»
»
» Have to go now, but if there are any questions, I can answer them later

How does your hair feel when you run your fingers through? Does it feel rough like body hair?


#9

Please keep us updated with this patient. I’d love to see how he looks in 6 - 12 months.

The difference in his donor area, temple points and crown is astonishing! Utterly incredible.

The frontal third still looks a bit “off” (but bearing in mind the 10,000% change in his appearance that is obviously just a quibble), but that is why I’d like to see updates, once the latest round has grown in. Also, when you get the update, can we see a shot of him with Dermatch / Toppik? I suspect that, judiciously applied, he would look great.

And kudos to the patient for having the balls to get in the chair again after everything that had been done to him by butchers and quacks. He must be very happy, and rightly so.


#10

» Please keep us updated with this patient. I’d love to see how he looks in
» 6 - 12 months.
»
» The difference in his donor area, temple points and crown is astonishing!
» Utterly incredible.
»
» The frontal third still looks a bit “off” (but bearing in mind the 10,000%
» change in his appearance that is obviously just a quibble), but that is why
» I’d like to see updates, once the latest round has grown in. Also, when
» you get the update, can we see a shot of him with Dermatch / Toppik? I
» suspect that, judiciously applied, he would look great.
»
» And kudos to the patient for having the balls to get in the chair again
» after everything that had been done to him by butchers and quacks. He must
» be very happy, and rightly so.

I don’t think he needs toppik, maybe grow his hair a bit longer is all he needs. I actually want to see what the body hair looks like when they are longer.


#11

This is nothing short of AMAZING. I am so itching to go up to CA.


#12

» This is nothing short of AMAZING. I am so itching to go up to CA.

im happy that this man has been able to get some viable help

for those who skepticize concerning body and bear hair, keep in mind this wouldn’t have been possible with traditional transplants----a man has been really and truly helped via these sources


#13

It’s fantastic that new opportunities are being opened up for patients that have suffered as much as this one but i think that the remarkably positive change has made most posters hesitant to make any negative comments.

This did use a massive 22000 grafts. OK that if fine but it is notable.

I do not like the current hairline design. I think the angulation is poor and too straight. This could be improved a lot by bringing the mid section a little lower.


#14

» It’s fantastic that new opportunities are being opened up for patients that
» have suffered as much as this one but i think that the remarkably positive
» change has made most posters hesitant to make any negative comments.
»
» This did use a massive 22000 grafts. OK that if fine but it is notable.
»
» I do not like the current hairline design. I think the angulation is poor
» and too straight. This could be improved a lot by bringing the mid section
» a little lower.

Why do you make it sound like a negative that 22K grafts were used?
Doesn’t that make it an even more impressive achievement?

I can just imagine you in Paris, seeing the Eiffel Tower for the first time:
“Yeah, it’s not bad, but they DID use 2.5 million rivets, you know, so how impressed do you really expect me to be?”

As for your hairline opinion, I applaud your honesty, Marco.
Now that you’ve led the way, “most posters” can now stand up behind you and say what they really think about this case.

Or perhaps they don’t wanna look like total prats by criticising something that’s clearly so irrelevant in light of the amazing, life-altering transformation that’s occurred in this guy!?

Hey, at the very least, because of you, this patient will now have the courage to stand up to Dr Umar and scream, “You’ve ruined my hairline, you b*stard!!”

Unbelievable. :expressionless:

PS - I think you’ll find a few doctors in Transylvania who specialise in the hairlines you obviously prefer.


#15

» I do not like the current hairline design. I think the angulation is poor
» and too straight. This could be improved a lot by bringing the mid section
» a little lower.

Perhaps another 500 single hairs to soften the hairline would make a nice difference.


#16

» Why do you make it sound like a negative that 22K grafts were used?
» Doesn’t that make it an even more impressive achievement?
»
» I can just imagine you in Paris, seeing the Eiffel Tower for the first
» time:
» “Yeah, it’s not bad, but they DID use 2.5 million rivets, you know, so how
» impressed do you really expect me to be?”
»
» As for your hairline opinion, I applaud your honesty, Marco.
» Now that you’ve led the way, “most posters” can now stand up behind you
» and say what they really think about this case.
»
» Or perhaps they don’t wanna look like total prats by criticising something
» that’s clearly so irrelevant in light of the amazing, life-altering
» transformation that’s occurred in this guy!?
»
» Hey, at the very least, because of you, this patient will now have the
» courage to stand up to Dr Umar and scream, “You’ve ruined my hairline, you
» b*stard!!”
»
» Unbelievable. :expressionless:
»
» PS - I think you’ll find a few doctors in Transylvania who specialise in
» the hairlines you obviously prefer.

I don’t mean to undermine this tremendous acheivement or the tremendous cosmetic improvement for this guy. This is a life changing surgery. The reason for bringing up the numbers is that it is a reminder of what is needed for BHT into scar since BHT already needs high numbers. It is also an oporation out of the financial reach of many posteres even givern the reasonable prices of DR. Umar and certainly with others.

As for the hairline, this is something that Dr. Umar can broach. There is no less reason to comment on this than in any other case.


#17

» As for the hairline, this is something that Dr. Umar can broach. There is
» no less reason to comment on this than in any other case.

Do you honestly think that Dr Umar would dignify your comments with a reply?

Use your brains, Marco.

This patient is only six months out from a life changing, groundbreaking BHT procedure.

For the first time in many years he can finally start living his life, unfettered by the embarrassment of a mutilated scalp!

And it’s all thanks to the skill and dedication of Dr Umar.

Should the patient feel the need, he can further refine things in a year or two, once the matured results are presented.

Personally, I think his hairline looks brilliant!

You don’t, and that’s completely your right to feel and express.

But to mention it NOW, at this stage, is like welcoming somebody out of a coma and telling them that they look like sh*t!?

Put things into perspective, for christs sake!


#18

» Perhaps another 500 single hairs to soften the hairline would make a nice
» difference.

Forget about the hairline. His donor area is MUCH better after bht. Man. Some of those scars were bad. Good job. How short can he shave his head. I think shorter would do wonders?


#19

Dr. Umar,

Where did you put most of his 6000 beard hairs? crown? hairline?


#20

» Makes me wanna cry almost!
»
» Jesus, that is simply friggin amazing. No way around it. I am so happy for
» that man.

blueshard, Yes, I agree with you that Dr Umar’s work is absolutley amazing, but taking the Lord’s name is vain to express your feelings isn’t really necessary. Regards kingskid