Diary of a Lancashire mans hair transplant journey
In December Marc gifted himself an early Christmas present when he chose Dr. Ismail for his mega 4768 graft (over 11 thousand hairs) hair transplant.
After first contacting Matthew at Surgery Group in May 2020, he like many others took his time in considering a life changing hair loss treatment and finally took the plunge in early December.
At a time in life when many men come to notice hair loss is increasing, 36 year old Marc had started to research his options and the surgical options available to restore his hairline. Marc was faced with a quandary – FUT or FUE. With information and advice from Matthew and Dr. Ish Marc was still undecided which method to go for. Then his patient coordinator Matthew and Dr. Ish proposed a solution for Marc that meant his hair loss could be altered in one procedure.
A brief explanation of the two hair transplant options follows…
With FUT a strip of skin (and obviously hair) is taken from the back of the head. Although it is still thought, by some to offer better graft yield the resulting linear scar means patients opting for FUT are not able to shave the donor area below a grade 2.
And FUE, the contemporary method of hair restoration. The process involves individual follicle extraction and a barely noticeable dotting on the donor area after the healing period.
So back to Marc and the rarest option of treatments for hair loss that we have ever offered or even known of – The Combo – you get a bigger yield of harvest the mac possible hair grafts in one procedure all completed in one day 10 hours).
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Follow updates from hair transplant patient Marc following his FUE / FUT Combo Procedure with Dr. Ismail Ughratdar and his team at Surgery Group.
You can follow Marc’s experience on Instagram hairtransplantguy2020
to chat about his experience and get some tips.
I can not fault the Surgery Group at all through the whole process so far. I am 3 days after my op and I’m looking forward to seeing the results.
I was initially supposed to be having my transplant in Turkey in the summer but due to unforeseen circumstances I could not travel this year. I then looked into a transplant in the UK. I had a couple of online consultations with other, better known companies but luckily for me I found Matthew and the Surgery group. The initial thing that drew me to this business was that it was a considerably lower price than other organisations, but after speaking to Matthew it become apparent that I wasn’t only getting a lower price, I was also getting a very personal experience in which I felt looked after and cared about.
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