See What’s Happening to Wayne Rooney’s Hair: Famous Hair Transplants
It’s no secret that people in the public eye are under near-constant scrutiny. This goes for celebrities and athletes as well. For athletes in particular, the pressure to perform well on the field may contribute to stress-induced hair loss, in addition to androgenic alopecia. So how do they deal with it? If you’re widely celebrated football MVP Wayne Rooney, you get a follicular unit excision (FUE) hair transplant.
What Did Wayne Rooney Do To Get His Hair Back (And Did it Work?)
Wanye Rooney went public with his struggle with genetic hair loss in 2016. Since then, he has had two hair transplant procedures– which looked great at first. However, media outlets have noted that thinning can still be seen along the top to mid-crown of Rooney’s head. It is especially noticeable when playing a match since topical hair products tend to wick away with wind and sweat. It is apparent that Rooney could benefit from additional hair grafts — although this may not be possible with traditional approaches. This is because conventional methods are limited to the back of the head for donor hairs to be extracted.
The limited amount of hair on the traditional donor area on the back of the head is also one of the reasons why young men are often rejected for hair transplant procedures.
Getting The Hair You Want With FUE
With recent advancements in FUE hair restoration, like the Dr.UGraft System, even young men who are severely bald can have hope. This is because with intelligent hair punch services afforded by the Intelligent Punch™ (Dr.UPunch i™), previous limitations to just the donor hair on the back of the head are no more.
Video: Watch How This Man Restores Not Just His Hair, But His Confidence
Watch the video below to see this man’s journey through hair loss and recovery via advanced FUE hair transplant using Dr.UGraft™. The use of body hair follicles for hair restoration bolstered his donor supply to 4,500 grafts.
Posted on: September 24, 2018,
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