Transplant for hairline recessions with FUE



My personal experience


The truth is that I was beginning to develop a bit of a complex about my hair loss when I read in Binter magazine an article written by Dr. Jiménez. I thought about it, finally overcame my shyness and rang. They gave me an appointment, so I went and the girl in reception attended me really well, making me feel so special that I immediately felt at ease.
After they had given me a date for the intervention, I accepted the quotation I was given (the best decision of my life). Everything about the place made me feel at home and the treatment I received from the staff was superb, but the best thing of all was the result. It has given me a lot of confidence in myself. I have an enormous amount of faith in this clinic and the work they do. I tell you from the bottom of my heart that if you have the same feelings of insecurity and the same complex as I did about your hair, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with the clinic and arrange an appointment.
I am so extremely grateful to all the staff and of course to Dr. Jiménez.

Comments by Dr. Jiménez Acosta


This patient had the recessions typical of androgenetic alopecia in the frontal region which were becoming more pronounced over time. He was an excellent candidate for a hair transplant as the donor area contained hair in abundance. Two FUE sessions were performed and a total of 2000 follicular units were implanted (equivalent to 4000 hairs).
It should be noted that the grafts used in the frontal area should be of just one hair to ensure the transplant is perfectly natural-looking.