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    Dr. William Lindsey
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    William H. Lindsey, MD
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    1479 Chain Bridge Road, Suite 100
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    Follicular Unit Hair Transplantation (FUT)
    Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE)
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  1. One of our favorite repair patients stopped by for an unrelated issue recently. He did a short interview, now 6 years out from us repairing 2 unsuccessful strip cases by a fellow who just dabbles in hair. I've preached for years that while hair looks like easy surgery...unless you do a lot of them....you simply don't have the little extra attention to detail in multiple areas...cutting, designing, placing etc...that separates consistent hair restoration from most of what is available out there. I know...as I've admitted many times...I USED to dabble in hair in the 90s....and only after I made the decision to go big or go home...did I get good. Lots of doctors never make that decision....and with the rent a techs and machines...its only getting worse for the uneducated consumer. Our video showing the flipping of virgin heads and repair cases...which last year was something like 27 virgin heads and 113 repair cases...illustrates that point. So take a look at our guy...I don't particularly care for the curve into the temples that the first doc did...but its what we had to work with and looks reasonably unremarkable. I point it out in the video which is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DC51k4mHY98 Dr. Lindsey McLean VA
  2. Here is a younger asian fellow that had an asymetric hairline. We just did 1000 FUE's and show his case and donor and recipient sites up close at 6 weeks. Some of you may find him familiar. He is virtually identical to a guy who is now just a year out. We shot this video about 2 weeks ago and the 1 year guy showed up for pics a day or so later. Now that elective surgeries are on hold due to covid...Wendy and I'll catch up on video production and will post the grown out case soon. It's really uncanny how similar these 2 cases were and I'd expect this guy's hairline to look awesome next year. The video is: Dr. Lindsey McLean VA
  3. Some of you all may recall previous videos with this guy, who'd had 2 or 3 non productive surgeries elsewhere, came to me and got a case done...then got hit by a landing airplane! I visited him in St Barths last month and interview him where he got hit. Watch a plane land and almost get another guy! The video is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XMj_4DKuhi0 There is really no hair transplant info in this video except...Don't get hit by an airplane postop! Dr. Lindsey McLean VA
  4. In this video we discuss a guy who had a poor hairline, that we repaired 8 years ago. He has bushy WILD hair and looks great. However, he has a bad case of hair greed and ultimately talked me into a small FUE. We review his repair case and the FUE and discuss hair greed in the video. The video is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fT-5sBpWC_I&feature=youtu.be Dr. Lindsey McLean VA
  5. This fellow stopped in at 2 years and looks quite good despite VERY fine hair, and a pretty significant color contrast between hair and skin. We'll likely do a second case to finish that top off and of course add a few hundred singles at the hairline...which is pretty much always needed in finer hair folks. I have several videos going into that in detail as well. The video is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=110aMMA0gKQ&feature=youtu.be Dr. Lindsey McLean VA
  6. Definitely. 3 or 4 months delay for most repair cases. I'm sure I go into it in a bunch of our repair case videos. Best to do things correctly the first time around! Dr. L
  7. I posted this guy's case a couple of years ago. He saw an ad about some no shave, no down time FUE and got virtually no results. THEN he did his research. He has a limited supply of donor hair, which although bushy and curly, are fairly thin hairs. He also has a significant color contrast and has lots of scar tissue from the first attempt by someone else. In this video we show his before, intraop discussion on what likely happened, and how he looked when he stopped by recently. The video is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_IM6EBSU1Og Dr. Lindsey McLean VA
  8. Hair restoration is a psychologically tough period for everyone. But women...who typically are already really stressed by having diminished hair....panic at the thought of either shaving the recipient area...which we do....or the thought of shock loss making the recipient area LOOK shaved at a month...whether you shave or don't... Recently a female patient said she'd like to show other women what she did...2 choices...the old combover and a scar. Either works after that first week. And at 2.5 months, most people are back to looking like they did preop...so its really just week 4 to 8 or 9 that its a real issue. The video is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o8TXoMAZyYI&feature=youtu.be Dr. Lindsey McLean VA
  9. Its ski season again and although I thought I was done skiing after a bit of an injury last year, I'm not ready to give it up. I'll be doing consultations at Snowbird Utah, Saturday and Sunday Mar 7 and 8. Any previous hair surgery patient of ours, like usual, is welcome to come and I'll buy your lift ticket and we'll share a beverage. To schedule email or call the office. For new potential patients...IF you think you can ski a challenging slope better than me....(and that is getting easier each year), I'll offer you 1000.00 off your surgery IF you can do one run better than me. Judging will be done by my niece and a doctor friend. It is not a race, nor a tricks contest....just come down whatever slope we're doing, better than me. It'll be a fun way of getting to know one another outside of the clinical setting. If you board, I'm still up for the challenge. Give a call to get on the list or to set up a visit. Dr. Lindsey
  10. Steve is a tough case...he has limited fine dark hair and lots of fair skin...plus he wasted a bunch of his donor region at a production house with little to show for it. We do a short interview at 13 months, and its still got a bit more to grow, and he discusses the process, and his own hair characteristics that we have to deal with. A short discussion on hair fibers is included. The video is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZoAhKsowQvw Dr. Lindsey McLean VA
  11. This lady has a couple of hairless scars from trauma, so we took hair and transplanted it into the scars. It'll take a while to grow, but this is exactly how we do it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1In8hOk0MTk Dr. Lindsey McLean VA
  12. Frequent viewers will recognize this patient. He's a 25 year old gym manager from out of town that we did a frontal case on last year. Like a lot of younger guys, he was fairly nervous until things started growing at 6 months or so. We'd orginally planned a second case to bolster his hairline (always needed in finer hair patients) and then finish off the top. BUT, like a lot of younger and even older guys....he wants to lower the hairline a bit and not cover quite as much on top. He's a great fellow and has literally the prettiest girlfriend who is a nurse and helps take care of his case. Some of you all may recall in previous videos we had real scar trouble with him...and after a bit of investigation...we figured out that he was laying his donor region in other people's sweat while bench pressing! Its' been about 2 months since his case as of today, and we saw him a few days ago. NO scar problems this time as he's putting a towel down on the bench before he lays down. The video is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hLh69iSiKh0 I'm sure we'll have subsequent followups on this guy. Dr. Lindsey McLean VA
  13. Our patient walked in unexpectedly and we did a short interview. WHAT a change in facial appearance that more femine hairline makes. Wendy and I particularly enjoy hearing from all of our patients when our work helps them in positive ways. The video is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aWmEyIhMcIM Dr. Lindsey McLean VA
  14. Some of you may remember this guy...we have several videos over the years.... He was a guy with a limited amount of fine hair, who'd had 2 or 3 cases elsewhere without results who we did a case on and then he got hit by a landing airplane wheel in St Barths. If you go back through our youtube videos you'll see one which actually has cockpit video where you hear the pilots say "what did whe hit?" He got sewed up and we did another case or 2 on him to conceal the injury and he popped by our office on the way to the islands for the winter. I'm planning on visiting him in Feb and will try to shoot a little video where he got hit. But we'll be sure to squat down if a plane is inbound. The video is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jooJYyngeWw Dr. Lindsey McLean VA
  15. Our early modified FUE female sideburn patient just sent pics at 5 years. She has very fine hair but looks natural and is happy. And she was kind enough to refer in both a female and male patient for us to help. The video is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JQNdUP1joWc&feature=youtu.be Dr. Lindsey McLean VA