When you hear the word “makeover”, what do you think of? From fashion shows to makeup design, women work hard to change their appearance and become more attractive. But here at the Hair Transplant Network, the word “makeover” takes on a whole new meaning. Balding men and women suffering from hair loss desperately long for fabulous locks of hair that properly dress and frame the face. Now, with the recent developments in hair transplant surgery, this dream has become a reality for many.
In the last few years, a select group of surgeons such as those of the Coalition of Independent Hair Restoration Physicians have revolutionized the hair restoration industry because patients have demanded only the best results. Thanks to the patient revolution driven by our online hair loss forum community, many bald men and women can successfully restore a full looking natural head of hair.
Below we introduce to you a few of the great multitude of men and women who have successfully gone from bald to bushy with a hair transplant makeover.
Meet hair replacement patient and hair loss blogger Coopcoopcooperman. We can only surmise that the multiple “coops” in his name signify his exhilaration in drinking from the hair fountain of youth. After receiving 4108 grafts in one hair transplant session with Dr. Victor Hasson, his baldness is now a thing of the past after only 7 months. Mr. Coop states emphatically, “It’s so great to have my hair back“.
WilliamB created a hair loss blog back in November with great hope and anticipation of restoring his hairline. After spending some time researching the Hair Transplant Network, he found Dr. Robert Bernstein who made his dream a reality. After only one hair transplant procedure of 2580 grafts, he enthusiastically shares his before and after photos. “I am posting another before and after side by side and it is pretty amazing“. And at only 6 months, he has a long way to go to see the final result.
Meet Dr. Jerry Cooley patient Don, who received 3000 follicular unit grafts to restore his hairline and frontal core. He may be a man of little dialogue on his balding blog, but his pictures speak a thousand words.
Click here to view over 250 patient hair loss weblogs and follow the many hair transplantation makeovers and those in process. If you have a hair restoration experience to share, you are encouraged to create one of your own hair loss blogs. It’s free and easy and the best way to share your life changing transformation and photos with the world.