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Friday, April 12, 2019

4 Years and 13 weeks since my 2nd FUE Hair Transplant



Look at the growth one year after my first surgery in the second picture!  Pretty impressive!

Friday, March 22, 2019

4 Years and 10 weeks since my 2nd FUE Hair Transplant

I often get asked on hair transplant sites what to expect during the first year of growth after surgery.  This illustrates how I progressed during the first year.  New growth started for me around 3-4 months post surgery.



Sunday, February 24, 2019

4 Years and 6 weeks since my 2nd FUE Hair Transplant

I thought I would post a couple pictures taken at our Golf Club on Valentine's night.  Michele was stunning as always!  I'm glad I have more hair which certainly makes me look younger and a little closer to her age!

The other picture was taken of us prior to my first surgery in 2012.








Sunday, February 10, 2019

Saturday, January 19, 2019

3 Years and 46 Weeks since my 2nd FUE Hair Transplant

I've posted some pictures after my first surgery in 2012 showing progress over 10 months

Prior to Surgery

2 Weeks

16 Weeks



40 Weeks

Sunday, December 23, 2018

3 Years and 42 Weeks since my 2nd FUE Hair Transplant

This is a picture of Michele and me at a recent Opera fund raising event at a restaurant called 8-Up in downtown Louisville.  My hair was a bit wind-blown but at least I have hair!




Wednesday, December 12, 2018

3 Years and 40 Weeks since my 2nd FUE Hair Transplant

I'm posting a couple older photos from 2012 showing the start of new growth in my crown area. I often get the question regarding the first sign of new growth.  Of course it's different for every individual but for most it starts about months 3-4. 

This picture was taken 11 weeks and three days after surgery and you can clearly see the tiny new hairs popping through my scalp.  You can also see a pimple in the second picture which is very common after a transplant.  This occurs when new hairs encounter an issue breaking through the surface.  Nature always wins and the hair eventually surfaces.