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Hair Transplant Surgical "Walk-Through" | Dr. Bloxham | Feller & Bloxham Medical

Curious as to how a hair transplant works or how a hair transplant doctor may handle a specific case? If so, you may be interested in this surgical "walk-through" video where I take the viewer through the case of a young patient who had 5,300 grafts performed over two sessions at our NY clinic. In the video, I discuss the approach to his case; the surgeries themselves; how he returned back to "normal life" 10 days after surgery; and his long-term goals.

I hope you find this video informative and helpful in your own hair transplant journey:

https://youtu.be/DW8-hsKBWW0

- Dr. Bloxham
Dr. Blake M. Bloxham | Hair Restoration Physician
Feller & Bloxham Medical, PC | www.fellermedical.com
(Please note: my advice does not constitute medical advice. All medical questions and concerns should be addressed by a personal physician.)

Re: Hair Transplant Surgical "Walk-Through" | Dr. Bloxham | Feller & Bloxham Medical

Reply #1
Nice. Is it common to get this type of results from blonde or light brown hair? This kind is almost always pretty fine and you usually don't see as many HT results with this type of hair online.

Do you ever come to the west coast??
NW III --> fin + minox + niz + HT???

 

Re: Hair Transplant Surgical "Walk-Through" | Dr. Bloxham | Feller & Bloxham Medical

Reply #2
Hi Lift,

Thank you for the kind words.

I have heard this from light-haired patients before: "we never see results online from blonde or light brown haired guys!"

I think they believe it is because you cannot achieve good hair transplant results with finer, softer, lighter hair. However, I disagree with this. There are challenges to working with this type of hair. You need to make some decisions to create real density in the hairline; you must be able to pack these typically smaller follicles tight into recipient incisions made with small, custom blades; and you must have a staff comfortable working with this type of hair. When you understand and work with these factors, the results can be great.

Here are a few examples:

https://youtu.be/K9ZeufBp0yE

https://youtu.be/Jv94aZuIXAY

https://youtu.be/Gu5EqrdKSAg

https://youtu.be/KRLTuo3WDoE

So, as you can see, it is not uncommon to achieve good results with this type of hair IF you seek out a clinic with a proven track record of understanding how to work with these characteristics.

I am actually from the West Coast originally (CA), so I do come out for consultations from time-to-time. Nothing currently on the book, but I will post any future dates online.
Dr. Blake M. Bloxham | Hair Restoration Physician
Feller & Bloxham Medical, PC | www.fellermedical.com
(Please note: my advice does not constitute medical advice. All medical questions and concerns should be addressed by a personal physician.)

 
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