Award Winning FUE Hair Transplantation Clinic
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  • Procedure: CIT (Cole FUE)
  • Number of Grafts: 2050
  • Norwood Scale: Type 3V

Cole Isolation Technique (CIT®) is a premier FUE variant for good reason. This patient received 2050 to grafts front part of his scalp and, 22 months later, the results are truly impressive. Advanced hair loss poses several challenges, but our patient had enough donor hair to significantly advance his hairline and add greater density to the top of his crown. Dr. Cole's skill at creating a realistic hair growth pattern is fully evident, with the front of his scalp gaining coverage but still appearing normative. Among the least invasive FUE options in the world, CIT® has major regard for its precision and lack of noticeable scarring. We are well aware that hair loss can affect outlook without us recognizing it. Urged by his wife to undergo the transplant for his own sense of self, our patient notices a difference in his perspective and is glad to have both pursued a hair transplant and to have selected Forhair.

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