Celebrity FUE Hair Transplant

celebrity fueThe Celebrity FUE Transplant is a limited FUE transplant procedure that has been rising in popularity among celebrities who wish to keep their hair transplant anonymous.  This minor surgery is an outpatient procedure with minimal post-surgical down time and little to no detectability. This novel hair restoration technique was pioneered and perfected by Dr. Parsa Mohebi.

Advantages

Many patients are realizing the many benefits of the celebrity FUE Hair transplant, which include:

  • Little to no pain or discomfort during and after the procedure
  • No need to shave donor or recipient area
  • No visible scars

Its minimal downtime allows patients to continue working without disruption. This procedure is an excellent choice for any patient who wishes to keep their hair transplant as discreet as possible by reducing the typical post-operative appearance.

Immediately after the Celebrity FUE procedure

Immediately After a Celebrity FUE Transplant – No Shaving – No Scarring

Limitations

The only disadvantage of Celebrity FUE transplantation is the limited number of grafts that can be transplanted per session.  People who have higher stages of hair loss, or those that require a larger number of grafts will require multiple sessions or have to undergo conventional FUE hair transplantation, in which over 2000 grafts can be harvested and transplanted in one procedure.

The Celebrity FUE Hair Transplant is ideal for patients requiring a small number of grafts (usually around 500 to 1000 grafts per session). Also known as a non-shaved FUE procedure, it allows patients to resume their regular routine after one hair transplant session typically lasting between 4 to 8 hours.

Celebrity FUE Hair Transplants have become an effective and sought after treatment at the offices of Dr. Parsa Mohebi, who predicts that it will grow to accommodate even more patients in the near future.

Celebrity FUE by Dr. Parsa Mohebi

The Celebrity FUE technique allows the patients to keep their hair long during their procedure