Barry Krauss - Multi-Unit Hair GraftingTM
Barry Krauss is taking a goal line stand on Hair Loss
Barry Krauss, retired professional football player, radio analyst, and broadcasting veteran, is starting his hair restoration journey with We Grow Hair Indy! Barry played college football at the University of Alabama for the legendary coach Paul “Bear” and played professionally for a total of 12 seasons. He spent 10 seasons in Indianapolis, and 2 in Miami. Barry’s career has continued to develop ever since he retired from playing, he is now a commentator for the professional football team in Indianapolis, a Real Estate Broker, and an artist! Over the last few years he has noticed a considerable amount of thinning on the top of his head, and sought out We Grow Hair Indy for his hair restoration needs. He was searching for the best procedure possible for him to experience a large amount of hair growth in one procedure, and he found it! We are so excited to share his journey, follow along for his results!
Follow The Journey Of Barry Krauss
8 Months After Procedure
Barry’s 8 month results look great! So great to see him in person again, he is right on track. We are so happy with his results so far and can’t wait to see him at the 12 month mark.
Barry's results look absolutely INCREDIBLE! He is on right on track at the 5 month mark. Can't wait to see him at 12 months!
At this point, you should be starting to see new hair growth. During the 4 month follow-up appointment, this is a great opportunity to check in with your consultant on post-op care, other modalities and get answers to any questions you may have.
At this point, you will notice a light layer of little hairs beginning to grow. You will not notice any significant volume right away.
It takes approximately 3 to 4 months before the hair seeds "papillae" begin to produce any hairs. Patients that incorporate additional modalities like laser hair therapy or platelet rich plasma therapy will tend to have more advanced growth.
At this time, the newly transplanted hair remains in the resting phase, known as the Catagen phase.
At this stage, the suture is removed. Strenuous physical activity may be resumed in the next 24-48 hours.
At this stage, the scabs are starting to fall off, and for some clients, can be completely gone. Some may also experience shedding of transplanted hair – all completely normal.
The transplanted grafts are beginning to become well embedded. A loose fitting, clean hat can be worn from this stage onwards.
Barry's hair loss is a great example of how thinning hair can be disguised or hidden with certain hairstyles or lengths, but over time will eventually be impossible to cover up. The most effective and permanent solution is a hair transplant. Can't wait to see his amazing transformation in a few months!
Darren, our Clinic Director, visited Barry at the station to discuss the game plan for his upcoming procedure!
Barry Krauss shares more about his career and how hair loss has impacted him over the years.