You may remember back in early 2015 when we updated you on Dumbarton Football Club’s midfield player, Scott Agnew’s triangular alopecia issue. We implanted around 202 FUE grafts for ‘Aggi’ at the end of his 2015 season at the club.
Following his previous procedure Aggi said: “Triangular alopecia is something I’ve had since birth. It’s always bothered me having this small patch of hair missing and I never thought there was anything I could do about it. I’ve just lived with it and tried my best to ignore it.
“It’s been great discovering that there is a solution out there and it’s a permanent one.
“The surgery itself was not invasive in the slightest and everyone at the clinic made me feel relaxed and welcome.
“I’m already seeing the difference and just overjoyed that I’ve had it fixed and no longer have to put up with it.”
Well folks, Aggi is back! He’s now playing for Stranraer Football Club and is looking good both on and off the pitch.
Aggi had his FUE hair transplant procedure at the Glasgow Clinic last week. We implanted 2,022 grafts on his crown and temples. It was after the success of fixing his alopecia patch that he decided to come back to us for a hair transplant.
Have a look at his images below. We are looking forward to updating you on his results over the next few months – watch this space!
The GC team.
Read about Aggi’s triangular alopecia story here