World Hair Transplant Centre (WHTC) – Dr. Patrick Mwamba – Brussels, Belgium
One of the signature services offered by Dr. Mwamba is the ‘Unshaven FUE’ (U-FUE) technique. Most surgeons lack the artistry and precision to facilitate FUE consistently without shaving the recipient site, but at the WHTC, Dr. Mwamba has perfected U-FUE.
Aside from Dr. Woods, the creator of the FUE technique, and Dr. Cole, Dr. Mwamba is among the most experienced hair surgeons worldwide in the area of FUE. Dr. Mwamba practiced FUE with Dr. Cole for 8 years at the IHTI Institute, and he began to collaborate with Dr. Cole in 2002 in Brussels. Dr. Mwamba established a clinic – the WHTC – in 2006, and since then he has been satisfying the demand for hair restoration services across Belgium.
The reputation Dr. Cole and Dr. Mwamba have for FUE is comprehensively attested to by the consistent and high-quality outcomes they have achieved over the past decade. The international following that each surgeon has generated can be seen both in blogs and in the reverence the worldwide experts in the industry have for their work.
In addition to U-FUE and part-shaved FUE, Dr. Mwamba has a thorough understanding of the Body Hair Transplant (BHT). One of the factors underlying his long-term success in the industry stems from his rigorous clinical standards and his employment of only the most qualified technicians and up-to-date surgical instruments.
There are several varieties of the U-FUE service offered by Dr. Mwamba, including the ‘U-FUE GJ Cut’ and the ‘U-FUE Partly Shaven’, and the standard U-FUE is the costliest. This is because it is by far the most time-consuming practice; specifically, it takes place at half the rate of the conventional FUE treatment (i.e. 500 grafts/day as opposed to 1,000 grafts/day). For more information regarding the U-FUE service option, you can read at the following link: http://www.ufue-hairtransplant.com/en/infos/my-u-fue-classic/.
Less-costly Options – U-FUE GJ Cut and U-FUE Partly Shaven
- U-FUE Partly Shaven: This involves no shaving at the recipient site, but a narrow strip of hair must be shaved at the donor site. Read more about this treatment option at the following link: http://www.ufue-hairtransplant.com/en/infos/my-u-fue-gj-cut.
- U-FUE GJ Cut: This involves no shaving at the recipient site, but an entire shaving of the donor site. Read more at: http://www.ufue-hairtransplant.com/en/infos/my-u-fue-patchy-shaven.
The key thing to note about any variant of the U-FUE process is that no shaving at the recipient site needs to take place.
You can look at some of the results from Dr. Mwamba at the following link: http://www.ufue-hairtransplant.com/whtc-results/whtc-videos.html