This is Brian Urlacher’s hair transplant story..
Brian Urlacher spent his entire 13-year career playing linebacker in Chicago in the NFL. He’s also been known for his bald head. Until now.
He started losing his hair in college and began to shave his head as an NFL rookie. “It was more convenient to not have hair. I didn’t have to worry about messing up my hair when taking my helmet off or deal with my teammates harassing me about my hairline,” he said.
Brian Urlacher spent his entire career being bald. But after he retired, a close friend of his had the RESTORE procedure and looked fantastic.
“He told me all about how simple it was, but my first reaction was, “Hell, no!’ Then, I started thinking about it and wondering what it would be like to have hair. I really felt that my buddies my age with hair looked younger.”
Brian went clinic for a consultation. “I had a lot of questions. I wanted to know about the recovery, because I like to play golf, work out and travel – and I wanted to be able to do all of these things right after the procedure.” He also wanted to make sure the F.U.E. method wouldn’t leave a scar, because he wanted the option to shave his head again. “I felt much better after the consultation because the more you know, the better.”
He said after the consultation, the decision to choose Restore was an easy one. “I was so confident in them. They’ve done over 10,000 procedures!”
Brian Urlacher found the procedure as easy as promised. He enjoyed the upscale atmosphere, the food, the jokes and one-liners with the doctor and staff, and even the music. “I was surprised how fast it went and how pain-free it was. And, the procedure took me out of action for zero days. I flew the next day and headed straight to the greens.”
Today, his hair looks like it did in high school. “It looks so real because it is. It’s my hair! People are surprised because they haven’t seen me with hair for my whole career.”
Best of all, he gets thumbs up from his toughest critics – his daughters. “They’re brutally honest. When they tell me that I don’t look bad, I know I’m doing the right thing!”