Brendan Fraser Hair Transplant Plastic SurgeryHe is and will remain famous for his acting in the movie The Mummy. Many of his fans still like to call him Rick O’Connell. He has acted in many other famous movies besides it, including George of the Jungle, Money Bone and The Quiet American. His upcoming movie is Gimme Shelter. The Canadian-American actor has been acting in the industry since 1983. He was born in Indiana in 1968 to Canadian parents Carol and Peter Fraser. He belonged to a middle class family, but he made his place in the industry with great hard work.
Brendan Fraser hair transplants before and after.Some of the experts have confirmed the reports saying they can trace some surgery evidences on his face. They also say that there are no other evidences of surgery on his body except the hair transplant. He was attending a barbecue at Winona Ryder’s house in 1993, where he first met his future wife Afton Smith. The couple finally got married in 1998, and they are leading their life happily along with their three children.
Brendan Fraser hair transplants then and now.Way back when, plastic surgeons would treat bald areas by moving large amounts of skin (with the hair attached) from one part of the scalp to another. This left unfortunate scars, and is only done sparingly today.
This technique was followed by hair “macro” grafts. This procedure is probably where the term “hair plugs” originated from. Plastic surgeons would transplant hairs from one part of the scalp to another, in groups of maybe 5-10 hairs at a time. While this prevented the large scars of the previous surgeries, it often left people looking like they had “doll hair” with visible plugs.
The newest techniques involve “micro” grafts, where hairs are transplanted one or two hairs at a time. To my knowledge this leaves the most realistic result.
Brendan Fraser plastic surgeryI can’t stand doing hair transplantation though, as it is one of the most tedious of all plastic surgeries. We basically cut out a strip of hair from the back of the head and cut out each hair follicle one by one. These hair follicles are placed into small needle holes made in the bald areas. It takes a couple hours, as each hair is placed one at a time. I’ve heated each time I’ve done it. I found that whenever I put one hair in, two others would pop back out and fall on the floor. What a pain!