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  1. Dr. Bernard Arocha of Arocha Hair Restoration in Houston, Texas will be traveling to these Texas cities in the next few weeks to conduct complimentary, no obligation consultations. During these consultations you will be able to meet with Dr. Arocha, one on one, and receive a personalized hair restoration treatment plan. Dallas, Tx. - Monday, February 19th. San Antonio, Tx. - Monday, February 26. To schedule your visit with Dr. Arocha call 1-888-723-4247.
  2. This patient came to visit Dr. Bernard Arocha at Arocha Hair Restoration in Houston, Texas due to his receding hairline concerns. The patient wanted to maintain and adult appearance but one that was younger and less receded. Dr. Arocha and the team at Arocha Hair restoration used 2070 grafts by the FUT method for the result you see here. The final result is documented 7 years after the single procedure.
  3. Dr. Bernard Nusbaum discusses what separates his hair restoration clinic from others and why patients should choose him for their surgical hair restoration needs.
  4. Today we'd like to present another case performed by Dr. Arocha and the team at Arocha Hair Restoration in Houston, Texas. The patient below presented with NW4A loss with residual diffused hairs still being affected by DHT. The patient discussed his goals and he and Dr. Arocha came up with a game plan to address the areas of need. The patient wanted to address the frontal zone but wanted to take a conservative approach with FUSS. If the result was to his satisfaction then he's be returning for more work if he felt it necessary. Recently the patient returned to show us his 18 month result and he is quite happy with the final result, to the point that he is happy to allow us the use of his photos. The photos below represent 2005 grafts transplanted via follicular unit strip surgery by Dr. Bernard Arocha.
  5. Here is a new video that we put together to give a short overview of how the ARTAS works along with a few results. We will be producing more videos in the future to share developments and updates regarding ARTAS technology from Restoration Robotics.
  6. I also wouldn't take the advice of just some random Joe Schmo off the street. Thankfully I was introduced four years ago to Beauty Medical's temporary SMP via Dr. Alan Feller. He and his partner Dr. Blake Bloxham refer their patients to Ahead Ink regularly. I also work with Dr. Bernard Arocha regularly. Dr. John Frank, and Drs. True and Dorin have referred their patients to me as well for temporary SMP. And here's an abbreviated list of medical professionals who have trained with Beauty Medical and offer temporary SMP, too: Dr Richard Dubois Dr. Ron Shapiro Dr. Steven Gabel Dr. Danusi Umar Dr. Arthur Tykocinki Dr. Pamela Tavenor Dr. Emorane Lupanzula Dr. Alejandro Chueco Dr. Alessandra Juliano Dr. Piero Tesauro Dr. Vincenzo Gambino Dr. Marco Toscani Dr. Koray Erdogan Dr. Daniele Campo Dr. Orshoya Hossu Dr. Uzgtur Oztan Dr. Sever Muresanu Dr. Adel Quttainah Dr. Chinta Angelique Hattingen Hair The Harley Street Hair Clinic Dr. Adel Quttainah MD
  7. ArochaHair

    Did I get over charged?

    HTX832, We thank you for choosing Dr. Bernard Arocha for your hair restoration. I think that some clarification must be made regarding your case. According to Dr. Arocha your donor hair had a significant percentage of single hair follicular units and this was discussed with you prior to the procedure. In fact, Dr. Arocha was hesitant to perform a procedure for you without your agreeing to adopting a regular and consistent medical regimen to keep your hair in the best possible shape. Dr. Arocha estimated that 2000 grafts would be sufficient for your needs but after the procedure commenced and the donor area was more visible with the scope it was determined that the harvesting should be reduced. Dr. Arocha determined that to attempt the full 2000 grafts would be unwise due to the visible miniaturization that some of your donor hair exhibited. Dr. Arocha actually harvested more than 1500 grafts (1591) but did not charge you for the additional grafts. During the examination and trimming of the grafts via microscopic dissection, none of the grafts were "sub-divided". They remained in their natural bundles, which happened to be mostly singles and then doubles. The confusion may lie in the fact that many of your single hair grafts were placed into incisions with other grafts. This is done at most clinics as doing so helps to counteract the see through effect that too many singles will create. By "doubling up" Dr. Arocha used the same number of hairs in a way that will give you a thicker result than had he simply placed all single hair grafts next to each other. Dense packing is one thing but the density achieved with multi-hair grafts placed closely together is much more desireable compared to dense packing with single hair grafts. In this case, and many others, some of the singles were turned into multi-hair grafts to simulate this effect. This is why the incision count does not match the graft count. Also, about a third of the grafts were placed into your native hair so counting them, regardless of the scabs you can find, is normally quite difficult. Dr. Arocha has built a solid reputation for being an outstanding hair restoration specialist but also for being an ethical and caring man. We understand your concerns but rest assured, they are misplaced. You are welcome to call or visit the clinic any time and Dr. Arocha will be more than happy to explain matters further.
  8. hairthere

    SMP and adding density

    Thomas975/Shampoo, Yes I do lots of thickening cases. I also noticed you're both in Texas. I just got back from doing work at Dr. Bernard Arocha's clinic in Houston and should be returning there soon to do more work.
  9. Miamihair

    What is Mosaic® Hair Restoration?

    Mosaic® Hair Restoration is a new approach to hair transplant that has been developed exclusively by Drs. Bernard Nusbaum and Paul Rose at the Hair Transplant Institute of Miami. This article provides in-depth information on the procedure. Transplant 101: From Exam to Restoration Surgical hair restoration is truly fascinating. Conceptually, the procedure has one goal: To extract hair from one area of the scalp, and relocate (transplant) it to other areas affected by thinning, shedding, or balding. With that in mind, hair transplant procedures can be analyzed according to 4 critical phases. They include: 1. Examining the donor area: This is a major part of determining patient candidacy. In this phase, the surgeon will examine the area from which donor hair will be extracted to ensure enough healthy, viable grafts can be obtained to complete the procedure. 2. Extracting donor hair: This phase occurs during the actual procedure. Donor hair can be extracted through manual “strip” harvesting or follicular unit extraction (FUE). The latter is achieved through the use of a special punch instrument that measures just a couple millimeters in diameter, which is used to “scoop” minute clusters of hair follicles. 3. Separating donor grafts: Following extraction, donor grafts are separated and prepped for transplant. In this phase, it is vital that each graft is preserved and remains viable for transplant. 4. Restoring the recipient area: Perhaps the most important phase, restoration of the recipient area is achieved by surgically implanting each graft along the patient’s hairline, crown, or other areas affected by hair loss. Why Mosaic®? Surgeons are often selected based on their track record for creating a natural end result. It is not uncommon for patients to scour the Web, pouring over endless product endorsements, patient testimonials, and galleries of before and after photographs. Most are looking for the same thing: Assurance that their hair will not just be restored, but also returned to the state it was before hair loss began. Mosaic® Hair Restoration has been developed to meet that need. Commenting on the procedure, Dr. Bernard Nusbaum explains: We have observed that follicular units naturally occur in an arrangement consisting of unique percentages of one, two, and three hair follicular units in different mixed configurations with unique inter-follicular distances –in other words: a unique pattern for each individual. Our novel procedure consists of designing the recipient area in this individualized manner, different for each patient, mimicking their unique follicular unit arrangement pattern and have termed this the Mosaic® Hair Restoration. Visit the following link to learn more about hair transplant in Miami.
  10. Dr. Bernard Nusbaum is well-known in the city of Miami as an elite hair restoration surgeon. His expertise has been recognized worldwide as well, after being awarded the 2015 Golden Follicle by the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS). Dr. Nusbaum has well over 10,000 hair surgeries under his belt, making him one of the most proficient and experienced transplant specialists in the world. In this video, Dr. Nusbaum explains the difference between two of the most common types of hair transplant surgery: The “strip” procedure, and newer follicular unit extraction (FUE) procedures. Below, readers are invited to learn more about each of these highly refined and effective approaches to hair loss treatment. Following the text, readers will find a video interview with Dr. Nusbaum, in which each procedure is explored with great detail. Strip Donor Hair Transplant The “strip” procedure is perhaps the most known out of all surgical hair restoration procedures. It gets its name from the strip of scalp that must be removed in order to harvest donor hair for the transplant. Removal of this strip also leaves the patient with a linear scar that might be seen when hair is buzzed short (e.g. with a #2 razor). For many patients, this is a deal breaker. However, as Dr. Nusbaum explains, not all donor scars are created equally. Patients who would like to take advantage of the strip donor procedure will be happy to know that there are ways to minimize the appearance of the linear scar that strip procedures notoriously leave behind. Of course, great care must be taken to select a surgeon who has the technique, expertise, and satisfied patients to validate his or her abilities. At the Hair Transplant Institute of Miami, Dr. Paul Rose provides an approach known as the trichophytic ledge closure to mask the signs of the donor area scar by artfully directing individual hairs to grow around and through it. After the linear strip is removed, surgeons carefully dissect it into groupings of 1-3 follicular units. These units are then implanted into the patient’s recipient area—that is, the area experiencing thinning, excessive shedding, or balding. Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) A newer approach to hair restoration surgery is achieved through the use of follicular unit extraction (FUE). Surgeons who employ this technique use a small punch instrument, usually measuring just a millimeter or two across, to individually harvest clusters of follicular units. In this way, surgeons bypass the need to extract a linear strip of scalp. Thus, there is never a linear scar, even when the patient’s hair is cut short (e.g. shaved, or buzzed with a #2 razor). However, the punch instrument is known to leave light reddish dots at the site of each extraction. These dots might be visible when the hair is cut short, depending on how short the patient cuts it and how he or she styles it. Once extracted, the hair restoration process proceeds in a similar fashion as the strip donor procedure described above. The surgeon takes each donor unit and implants it within the recipient area. This might include the hairline, the sides of the scalp, or along the rear crown of the head where pattern baldness is usually most obvious. Watch the Video Interview on YouTube Visit the following link to . A Note on Restoration In both strip donor and FUE procedures, it is noteworthy to mention that the surgeon manually places donor hair to achieve a desired look and feel in the recipient area. This is a vital part of the procedure, and many experts believe placement of donor hair is what separates an average hair transplant from an extraordinary one. Like an artist, the surgeon must carefully use his expertise and materials (donor hair) to create the appearance of a natural head of hair. Undulation is among the most important characteristics to consider, specifically when restoring the frontal hairline. Donor hair must be inserted in a fashion that naturally flows inward and outward along the natural curve of the hairline. Another important factor to consider is “irregular irregularity,” which means that natural hairlines often have hairs dispersed randomly in front and behind the hairline. Without preserving irregular irregularity, hair transplants may look painfully obvious, resembling a straight line across the forehead that is anything but natural. Readers are invited to visit Miamihair.com to learn more about Dr. Bernard Nusbaum, and Dr. Paul Rose. <!--EndFragment-->
  11. Dr. Bernard Nusbaum is well-known in the city of Miami as an elite hair restoration surgeon. His expertise has been recognized worldwide as well, after being awarded the 2015 Golden Follicle by the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS). Dr. Nusbaum has well over 10,000 hair surgeries under his belt, making him one of the most proficient and experienced transplant specialists in the world. In this video, Dr. Nusbaum explains the difference between two of the most common types of hair transplant surgery: The “strip” procedure, and newer follicular unit extraction (FUE) procedures. Below, readers are invited to learn more about each of these highly refined and effective approaches to hair loss treatment. Following the text, readers will find a video interview with Dr. Nusbaum, in which each procedure is explored with great detail. Strip Donor Hair Transplant The “strip” procedure is perhaps the most known out of all surgical hair restoration procedures. It gets its name from the strip of scalp that must be removed in order to harvest donor hair for the transplant. Removal of this strip also leaves the patient with a linear scar that might be seen when hair is buzzed short (e.g. with a #2 razor). For many patients, this is a deal breaker. However, as Dr. Nusbaum explains, not all donor scars are created equally. Patients who would like to take advantage of the strip donor procedure will be happy to know that there are ways to minimize the appearance of the linear scar that strip procedures notoriously leave behind. Of course, great care must be taken to select a surgeon who has the technique, expertise, and satisfied patients to validate his or her abilities. At the Hair Transplant Institute of Miami, Dr. Paul Rose provides an approach known as the trichophytic ledge closure to mask the signs of the donor area scar by artfully directing individual hairs to grow around and through it. After the linear strip is removed, surgeons carefully dissect it into groupings of 1-3 follicular units. These units are then implanted into the patient’s recipient area—that is, the area experiencing thinning, excessive shedding, or balding. Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) A newer approach to hair restoration surgery is achieved through the use of follicular unit extraction (FUE). Surgeons who employ this technique use a small punch instrument, usually measuring just a millimeter or two across, to individually harvest clusters of follicular units. In this way, surgeons bypass the need to extract a linear strip of scalp. Thus, there is never a linear scar, even when the patient’s hair is cut short (e.g. shaved, or buzzed with a #2 razor). However, the punch instrument is known to leave light reddish dots at the site of each extraction. These dots might be visible when the hair is cut short, depending on how short the patient cuts it and how he or she styles it. Once extracted, the hair restoration process proceeds in a similar fashion as the strip donor procedure described above. The surgeon takes each donor unit and implants it within the recipient area. This might include the hairline, the sides of the scalp, or along the rear crown of the head where pattern baldness is usually most obvious. Watch the Video Interview on YouTube Visit the following link to . A Note on Restoration In both strip donor and FUE procedures, it is noteworthy to mention that the surgeon manually places donor hair to achieve a desired look and feel in the recipient area. This is a vital part of the procedure, and many experts believe placement of donor hair is what separates an average hair transplant from an extraordinary one. Like an artist, the surgeon must carefully use his expertise and materials (donor hair) to create the appearance of a natural head of hair. Undulation is among the most important characteristics to consider, specifically when restoring the frontal hairline. Donor hair must be inserted in a fashion that naturally flows inward and outward along the natural curve of the hairline. Another important factor to consider is “irregular irregularity,” which means that natural hairlines often have hairs dispersed randomly in front and behind the hairline. Without preserving irregular irregularity, hair transplants may look painfully obvious, resembling a straight line across the forehead that is anything but natural. Readers are invited to visit Miamihair.com to learn more about Dr. Bernard Nusbaum, and Dr. Paul Rose. <!--EndFragment-->
  12. This 40-something year old gentleman came to us experiencing generalized thinning throughout the whole head. This is something we determined could be addressed with a follicular unit transplant (FUT). As a result of the artistic hair transplant of 2,800 follicles provided by Dr. Bernard Arocha and his exceptional team of hair restoration experts, the patient saw increased hair density in the affected areas. The after photos were taken about 22 months post procedure. To review this and other hair restoration results from Dr. Arocha and his team at Arocha Hair Restoration, check the before and after photo albums at his website: Photos - Hair Transplant Dallas for Dallas Hair Restoration in Dallas, TX.
  13. This 26 year old gentleman who was experiencing a receding hairline and temporal peaks came to Arocha Hair Restoration seeking to restore the frontal third, which made up of the hair line and forelock up to the mid-scalp area. The goal of the procedure was to start the restoration of the frontal third with a 1,000 follicular unit extraction (FUE) procedure. Dr. Arocha performed the FUE procedure using Arocha Hair Restoration's ARTAS Robotic System, which utilizes advanced digital technology and precision robotics to give patients fuller, healthy looking hair. Permanent hair from the back of the head is transplanted into thinning areas, growing naturally as before. The after photos show early results of about nine months following the patient's first session. The patient is so pleased he is planning a second FUE procedure in a few months to complete the restoration of the Fronto-Temporal corners. Note the nice increase in density in the area transplanted through selecting higher density follicular units. To view additional photos, please visit http://www.dallashairloss.com/en/pho...asp?albumid=48. For a complimentary, stress-free hair loss treatment consultation with Dr. Arocha, call us at 1-888-723-HAIR. Those traveling more than 100 miles to have a procedure done by Dr. Arocha will be eligible for a travel reimbursement. We have two convenient locations for hair restoration surgeries and consultations in Dallas and Houston, Texas. We encourage out of town patients to call us and discuss travel arrangements for their hair procedure.
  14. This patient is a 31 year old gentleman who was experiencing a receding hairline and thinning in the frontal area. He came to Arocha Hair Restoration for restoration of the hairline and frontal areas. Dr. Bernard Arocha performed an ultra-refined 3,500 follicular unit transplant (FUT) procedure to restore the affected areas. The post-op hair transplant results photos were captured 18 months after the procedure. The patient is on Propecia to help mitigate the progression of his androgenetic alopecia (AGA). For more photos and additional information about Dr. Arocha and Arocha Hair Restoration, please click here or visit Photos - Restoration of the Hairline and Frontal Areas on Houston Hair Transplant, Houston Hair Restoration for Arocha Hair Restoration in Houston Texas US.
  15. This 43 year old man with androgenic alopecia developing Norwood 6, came to Arocha Hair Restoration to restore his advancing hair loss to frame the face and create some density. Dr. Arocha and his team performed a 4,056 FUT procedure. The after photos are taken at the time of his 16 month follow up visit. He has surpassed his goals but is contemplating a second session. Visit our before/after photos page to see more examples of Dr. Arocha's successful outcomes. Photos - 4,056 FUT for NW6 to Frame the Face and Add Density on Houston Hair Transplant, Houston Hair Restoration for Arocha Hair Restoration in Houston Texas US
  16. These before and after photos from Arocha Hair Restoration exhibit the power of a 3,109 Follicular Unit Transplant to restore the frontal third to achieve a much rejuvenated look. According to Dr. Bernard Arocha, "The 40 year old male patient came complaining of progressive thinning in the frontal third area. He had an FUT procedure totaling 3,109 follicles. The post op photos are 15 months after the procedure, showing a very natural outcome that gives our patient a much rejuvenated look with many styling options." Check the Arocha Hair Restoration website for more before and after photos: User Login
  17. This gentleman is in his late 30s. He is an ex-Navy Seal (thank you for your service!) who keeps up with a strenuous workout routine and has Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, which is predisposed to scar stretching. He came to Dr. Bernard Arocha to enhance his hairline and increase the density in the frontal third to mid-scalp area. He had a 3,823 FUT procedure and you can see the evolution of the transplant from pre-op to 16 months below. Disclosure: I work with Dr. Arocha, a member of the Coalition of Independent Hair Restoration Physicians.
  18. 7 month post surgical results 1303 follicular units 1's- 333 2's- 607 3's-363
  19. Hello friends and fellow members of the HTN community, Here is a video featuring results from Dr. Arocha of Artistic Hair Restoration of the hairline. We sincerely hope that you enjoy it as much as we enjoy producing it! Best regards, Bernard Arocha
  20. 1550 follicular units 1's-359 2's-751 3's-440
  21. early results at 6 months post operative 1587 grafts 1's-466 2's-843 3's-278
  22. Hi folks. I am new to this forum and I look forward to participating. I am a 68year old female with some thinning on the top and temple area. I has surgery with Dr. Leonard years ago but I feel there should have been more grafts. We live on Cape Cod but will be going back and forth to Florida. After researching on your forum I am going to try Dr. Rose and Nusbaum in Miami. Are they equally good? I will be sending pix to them. I hope the price isn't outrageous! I know you get what you pay for. Thank you all for this wonderful site. I can't really discuss this with friends because some of them would call me vain!
  23. 18 month post operative results using 2499 follicular units 1's- 463 2's-1192 3's, 4's- 843
  24. Lots of good points. If you must stay local, Dr. Bernard Arocha in Houston has had some nice results of late.
  25. One year results: 2053 follicular unit grafts 383-1's 1078-2's 592-3's and 4's
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