In November 2019, Francesco came to Dr. Feriduni to talk about his hair loss. A kind and clever 62-year old Belgian man who loves a healthy way of life, salsa dance and is helping disabled people with groceries etc.
My hair loss only started in my late 50's. I noticed I started to compare my hair more and more with other men of my age. It took me about 5 years to finally start looking for a decent and reliable solution. And that's how I got to Dr. Feriduni.
Francesco decided to deal with his hair issues and discussed the options with Dr. Feriduni to have his hairline restored as natural as possible. After an extensive conversation during the personal consultation and specific examinations, they agreed on having a hair transplantation. On December 9, Dr. Feriduni performed an FUE with 2687 FU.
Francesco came to visit Dr. Feriduni after a half year to have everything checked properly. It was already a remarkable result, given the short timeframe.
The doctor complemented him on the fact that he shows quite a resemblance with George Clooney, a celebrity to whom a lot of patients refer when it comes to their hairline design. Francesco decided to grow a beard like George and we started planning a professional photoshoot in 3 months. The theme: George Clooney, who else? We proudly present the result of the photoshoot at only 9 months postop of Francesco, who's more than happy to have a coffee - what else? - with us and ready to suit up.
I think that when something bothers you in your daily routine and you can do something about it, you should. I try to live a healthy life and appreciate the small things in life. But my hair loss was something I could not control myself, so I decided to found a solution. Life's too short to worry.
Our medical staff has always worked with protective mouth masks and gloves. But since the major lockdown, we've implemented protocols and measures to ensure the patient's health and safety as much as possible:
The flu has nothing to do with a normal, usually harmless cold. Influenza can be severe and, in the worst case, even fatal. After all, there is a vaccination against the disease - in times of the coronovirus this is in focus like never before.
The Consultative Committee welcomes the progress made on vaccinations but remains vigilant. By the end of August, more than nine out of ten of the most vulnerable people and more than eight out of ten adults will most likely have been fully vaccinated. Thanks to the successful vaccination campaign, an increasingly lower proportion of cases now result in hospitalisation. Nevertheless, the virus circulation must be stopped in order to reduce the risk of new variants. The Consultative Committee has decided to keep the existing Summer Plan, but has made a few changes because the more contagious Delta variant is now also dominant in our country.
Our medical staff has always worked with protective mouth masks and gloves. But due to the current situation, we've implemented protocols and measures to ensure the patient's health and safety as much as possible: