Jeremy Piven Hair Transplant Everyone ages in different ways, but one thing is quite common. Men worry about hair loss much more than the formation of wrinkles or double chin. Thinning hair can be devastating for some men, affecting their professional and personal lives with profound methods. The issue can even lead to depression and anxiety in some people. Jeremy Piven had a hair transplant to get away from such worries.
Fortunately, hair restoration techniques have evolved significantly in recent years, allowing many of these men to enjoy a full, natural head of hair once again. In our clinic, we use state-of-the-art procedures to provide our patients with the best possible results. We also provide hair restoration treatment for patients who have lost their hair due to burns, injuries, or diseases of the scalp.
Jeremy Piven Hair Transplant
Jeremy Piven is an American film producer and actor. He was born on July 26, 1965, in Manhattan, New York. His fame is based on his role as Ari Gold in the Entourage television series. He won the Golden Globe award for this role. It has also won 3 Emmy Awards in a row and has been nominated for many other awards. He played Michael Barth in the movie Seinfeld. He describes himself as a stage actor even though he has appeared in a lot of movies.
He grew up around Illinois, north of Chicago. He started his career in 1992 when he received an offer from HBO to be a regular actress on The Larry Sanders Show. There he played the role of lead author Jerry. This role allowed him to get more involved in this field. He has played in many different roles since then. In 2004, he was nominated for the Emmy Award as Best Supporting Actor for his role as Ari Gold. This has greatly increased its popularity.
He is currently living in Malibu, California. He spends his time between Malibu, California, and Chicago. Besides acting, he has a hobby of playing drums. He was trained to play drums for most of his life and is currently a good drummer.
Why does hair loss occur?
There are different reasons why men can suffer from hair loss:
- Hormone levels
- Medical diseases
Genetics is probably the most common cause of hair loss, which means that if you have family members who have shown significant thinning, you are more likely to do the same. You can also predict with some degree of accuracy how old you may be when your hair loss begins, based on what family members have experienced.
Male pattern baldness, the most common type of hair loss in men, is also closely linked to dihydrotestosterone (DHT), a derivative of testosterone. DHT shrinks hair follicles in men who are particularly sensitive to the substance, which can make it difficult for hair to grow in the follicle over time. Sensitivity to DHT is probably a genetic problem, which is why we see a family history of hair loss in many men who suffer from this problem.
Are you a good candidate for hair restoration?
Hair transplantation is a process that brings both natural and permanent results. When a man feels a bald male pattern, hair loss usually starts on the front of the head, working at the top of the scalp. A petal forms around the lower scalp and the hair under the ears usually remains, as it is genetically programmed not to fall out. These follicles become donors that are placed in the bald areas to grow hair in these places.
To be a good candidate for hair restoration, you need to have enough hair in the donor area so that you can move the follicles to the bald area without thinning the hair in the donor area too much. We can see that Jeremy Piven was a good candidate for a hair transplant. Applicants must also be in good health, without underlying medical conditions that could affect the outcome of the procedure. Our surgeon will conduct a thorough evaluation of your initial consultation to determine if you are a good candidate for a hair transplant.
What are your options?
Hair transplantation is performed using two different techniques:
Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE)
This method removes the follicles separately from the donor area and places them in the bald area. Once the follicles “reach” the new area, the hair will grow like the original follicles once did. This procedure is more time consuming than other hair transplant methods but involves smaller incisions at the donor site and patients can enjoy a slightly shorter recovery process afterwards. This technique is commonly used by men who want to keep their hair very close.
Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT)
Also known as the strip method, this procedure removes a very narrow strip of hair from the donor position and then places the individual follicles in the thinning area. Removal of the follicles offers a higher implant survival rate, which means that more follicles can be transplanted successfully. Because the follicles are cut and placed in the new area separately, the result is natural with minimal scarring.
Our surgeon prefers the FUT technique for most of his patients, because of the advantages that this approach offers. It has been considered the gold standard in hair restoration for two decades and is still preferred by many surgeons and patients today. Rest assured that your process will be tailored to your exact needs so that you can enjoy the best possible result.
Hair transplant procedure details
Our surgeon performs a hair transplant using local anesthesia in most cases. The procedure begins with an incision in the donor area that allows the removal of a narrow strip of follicles. Once the follicles are removed, the incision is closed meticulously to minimize visible scarring afterwards. The remaining hair in the area will also cover the incision over time.
The removed follicles are then carefully cut under a microscope so that they can be transplanted to the treatment area in groups of one to three or four hair units at a time. Care is taken to ensure that the follicles are positioned so that all hairs in the new area grow at a similar angle. Experience is a crucial element in this stage of the procedure to ensure the most natural results, which is why patients often choose our clinic for the hair transplant procedure.
Hair transplant restoration
Men are often pleasantly surprised by how quickly they heal after a hair transplant. Most men return to their activities within a few days without worrying that others will notice that they have undergone hair restoration treatment. It will take time for hair to grow in the treatment area, allowing for natural growth and fullness of hair in this area. Once the hair grows, it can be cut and styled like the original hair on your scalp. Like Jeremy Piven, you can try different hairstyles after hair transplant treatment.