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  1. This patient underwent a follicular unit transplant (FUT) session with Dr. Carlos K. Wesley in which a total of 2255 grafts were placed The hair follicles were incubated in autologous (his own) platelet rich plasma (PRP) throughout the duration of the procedure. This, combined with an ATP-containing storage solution has been shown to enhance survival of transplanted hairs. As with all of Dr. Wesley’s patients, the patient was NOT required to cut his hair for the procedure. As a result, this patient was able to return comfortably to work and social activities within approximately 7-10 days of his procedure. The patient returned one year after the procedure and images of this patient can be seen below.
  2. This patient underwent a [URL="http://www.drcarloswesley.com/follicular-unit-extraction//"]follicular unit extraction[/URL] ([URL="http://www.drcarloswesley.com/follicular-unit-extraction//"]FUE[/URL]) session with [URL="http://www.drcarloswesley.com"]Dr. Carlos K. Wesley[/URL] in which a total of 2107 + 1086 grafts were placed The hair follicles were incubated in autologous (his own) [URL="http://drcarloswesley.com/innovations/"]platelet rich plasma[/URL] ([URL="http://drcarloswesley.com/innovations/"]PRP[/URL]) throughout the duration of the procedure. This, combined with an ATP-containing storage solution [URL=“https://youtu.be/owR_yeezZ0o”]has been shown to enhance survival of transplanted hairs[/URL]. Rather than a larger FUE punch used by a robotic approach, Dr. Wesley used a smaller caliber hand-held motorized punch to performed the donor harvest. This approach better enabled the capture of donor hair roots that are slightly curved beneath the skin surface. Upon completion of the harvest, the patient’s donor area was treated with PRP and ACell in order to not only minimize scar tissue formation, but also encourage partial regeneration of donor hair follicles. The patient returned one year after and again 4 years after the procedure and images of the patient can be seen below. This link illustrates the [URL=“https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gplB8Xckz2I&t=267s”]timing of hair growth after surgery[/URL]. Similar [URL=“https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gplB8Xckz2I&t=267s”]patient hair transformations[/URL] with Dr. Wesley and his team may also be viewed.
  3. This patient underwent a follicular unit transplant (FUT) session with Dr. Carlos K. Wesley in which a total of 2541 grafts were placed The hair follicles were incubated in autologous (his own) platelet rich plasma (PRP) throughout the duration of the procedure. This, combined with an ATP-containing storage solution has been shown to enhance survival of transplanted hairs. As with all of Dr. Wesley’s patients, the patient was NOT required to cut his hair for the procedure. As a result, this patient was able to return comfortably to work and social activities within approximately 7-10 days of his procedure. The patient returned 2 years after the procedure and images of this patient can be seen below.
  4. #BeforeAndAfterMondays This patient underwent a follicular unit transplant (FUT) session with Dr. Carlos K. Wesley in which a total of 2342 grafts were placed The hair follicles were incubated in autologous (his own) platelet rich plasma (PRP) throughout the duration of the procedure. This, combined with an ATP-containing storage solution has been shown to enhance survival of transplanted hairs. As with all of Dr. Wesley’s patients, the patient was NOT required to cut his hair for the procedure. As a result, this patient was able to return comfortably to work and social activities within approximately 7-10 days of his procedure. The patient returned 5 years after the procedure and images of this patient can be seen below.
  5. #BeforeAndAfterMondays This patient underwent a follicular unit transplant (FUT) session with Dr. Carlos K. Wesley in which a total of 2214 grafts were placed The hair follicles were incubated in autologous (his own) platelet rich plasma (PRP) throughout the duration of the procedure. This, combined with an ATP-containing storage solution [URL=“https://youtu.be/owR_yeezZ0o”]has been shown to enhance survival of transplanted hairs[/URL]. As with all of Dr. Wesley’s patients, the patient was NOT required to cut his hair for the procedure. As a result, this patient was able to return comfortably to work and social activities within approximately 7-10 days of his procedure. The patient returned 12 mos after the procedure and images of this patient can be seen below.
  6. #BeforeAndAfterMondays This patient underwent a follicular unit trasplant (FUT) session with Dr. Carlos K. Wesley in which a total of 2548 grafts were placed The hair follicles were incubated in autologous (his own) platelet rich plasma (PRP) throughout the duration of the procedure. This, combined with an ATP-containing storage solution [URL=“https://youtu.be/owR_yeezZ0o”]has been shown to enhance survival of transplanted hairs[/URL]. As with all of Dr. Wesley’s patients, the patient was NOT required to cut his hair for the procedure. As a result, this patient was able to return comfortably to work and social activities within approximately 7-10 days of his procedure. The patient returned 12 mos after the procedure and images of this patient can be seen below.
  7. #BeforeAndAfterMondays This patient underwent a follicular unit extraction (FUE) session with Dr. Carlos K. Wesley in which a total of 2205 grafts were placed The hair follicles were incubated in autologous (his own) platelet rich plasma (PRP) throughout the duration of the procedure. This, combined with an ATP-containing storage solution [URL=“https://youtu.be/owR_yeezZ0o”]has been shown to enhance survival of transplanted hairs[/URL]. Rather than a larger FUE punch used by a robotic approach, Dr. Wesley used a smaller caliber hand-held motorized punch to performed the donor harvest. This approach better enabled the capture of donor hair roots that are slightly curved beneath the skin surface. Upon completion of the harvest, the patient’s donor area was treated with PRP and ACell in order to not only minimize scar tissue formation, but also encourage partial regeneration of donor hair follicles. The patient returned one year after the procedure and images of the patient can be seen below. This link illustrates the timing of hair growth after surgery. Similar patient hair transformations with Dr. Wesley and his team may also be viewed.
  8. In 1989 I was a college freshman with thin hair that was starting to fall out. Graduated in 1993 and had considerable hair loss. By 1994 I was almost done hair-wise, very traumatic for a young man who is just starting his life, I freaked. That winter, watching a late night informercial on HT's, I though I had the answer. After two consultations with the 'Dr.', I fell for the micro/mini graft, very small scar, full head of hair, etc from this Long Island Medical practice. No internet at the time and I didn’t even know plugs were a thing and as been repeated as I have recently read up on numerous message boards, “You trust a doctor and never would you think they could be so unethical.” This is much different thn a snake oil salesman selling a hairpiece. This is a doctor doing surgery that lasts a lifetime. As a young man I should have understood the supply and demand model and I still kick myself in the ass falling for the full head of hair BS. 3 Procedures winter and spring of 94. By fall I was obviously very unsatisfied. Unnatural small plug look with a few large ones, bad distribution, horrible donor strip scarring, etc, etc. My hair is kind of fine/thin so I feel it was not as bad as some I saw as I noticed more people with plugs (never really noticed them until after my ordeal started) but now I was stuck and stupidly went for one more ‘free’ procedure as I was told they just need to make it more dense.The next 4 years I got by and since my hair is fine/thin texture, under certain lighting, dark, sun, etc it just looked like a young man getting pretty bald. Under many other situations, angles, etc you could see the plugs, cobble-stoning, unnatural hairline, etc. I got by, met a nice girl (now my wife) who never really noticed until I opened up to her, etc, etc. Some days, and even to this day, people don’t notice. Other times in a conversation I could see eyes look at my hairline. Sometime when I am out I see, or just maybe imagine, people checking out my hair/hairline. Myself, as I wrote, I got by but was, and still, always self conscience.In 1998 I visited Dr. Bernstein (at the time he was with NHI in Ft Lee NJ) and felt he was very honest though understandably I lost all faith in the medical community, especially cosmetic medicine. He explained what he and Dr Rassman were doing (which now made more sense to me) and how he could try to camouflage. I can say that I think Dr. Bernstein used some of the best technique that 1998 technology provided and he tried to camouflage my pluggy look. I forgot how many grafts I received and the ones he added were the size he stated but my coverage, and at that point I was very realistic, was still less thn desirable. This is in no way a bash of Dr Bernstein as he never up-sold me, never promised a full head of hair, etc. He was ethical and honest with his graft size/hair per graft, no bumps from his grafts, and it was definitely an improvement though not what I thought it would be. I understood a full head of hair would never be in the cards for me but thought I would get more camouflage in my hairline and coverage. I’ve lived the most normal life I can since thn though I am always self conscious. So here I am today, 25+ years in this journey and things are changing. I have lost even more hair recently (crown area getting even larger) and I am graying. The contrast between my skin, gray hair and dark have given me a more pluggy look. Also, I don’t mind being bald but so is the case of a 48 year old compared to 23 year old staring out life. I actually think I pull off the very thin/very balding look ok and I do not even mind my gray hair. That said, I’d like to look more natural (or at least less pluggy) and maybe even fill in more spots to even out the thinness. My donor area seems kinda depleted so I am not sure how possible any of this is. I am looking at a few possibilities to just move forward being less self conscious as my life moves on. I have no problem with my scalp showing and just want a more natural appearance. I could care less if the plugs in my crown are removed/re-distributed to other areas as my crown will never be covered anyhow. Some things I’d like to accomplish if even possible or recommended. 1) Remove larger plugs in my crown area slice them into smaller grafts and redistribute them to areas of need to try to maybe balance out my thin appearance 2)Remove larger plugs in my hairline and a lil behind hairline dissect and re-distribute them to that same area or others depending what doc says. (Does plug excursion and re-distribution grow at a decent rate or is the return rate poor? What about scarring? Blood supply/flow to the head if plugs are removed and redistributed.)3) See how that goes and if I have any hair left to use in my donor area, just use that to even out some coverage for a thin or more natural appearance in areas of need. With FUE has the donor hair expanded to your sides?4) Fixing my donor scars if even possibleI do not know what is possible but I do know technology and techniques have changed since 1998. I also know, though many docs are very reputable I am very nervous having someone touch my scalp again. I have started reading message boards on HT repairs, articles, researching Dr’s etc. For you young bucks and older gents out there thinking of getting HT’s, you have great resources and you truly need to do your HW. I am shocked that there are still ‘doctors’ who will do bad work and destroy peoples lives. It is all really sad and sickening on so many levels. I live outside of Princeton NJ. Some of the Dr’s in my area that have popped on my radar in my short research are Dr. Bernstein, True and Dorin, Dr Carlos Wesley, Feller/Bloxham, . Anyone have any experience with their plug excursion and re-distribution? What other Dr’s should I put on my radar as I start my research? I am not against travel and have just started reading up on Dr. Cooley in NC, Dr. Lindsey in Va (against excursion), etc. Thn again, I have no clue and do not want to fall for some sales pitch again. Cost is also a factor though I will cross that bridge when it comes and make my decision. That said, who else should I look into? I’m sure I will have more questions but here we go with my first post. Thank you for reading and I look forward to answers and more discussion on this in this thread. Thank you in advance to any and all who read my journey and help answer any questions I've asked and will ask.
  9. #BeforeAndAfterMondays #BAM This patient underwent a follicular unit transplant (FUT) session with Dr. Carlos K. Wesley in which a total of 2773 grafts were placed The hair follicles were incubated in autologous (his own) platelet rich plasma (PRP) throughout the duration of the procedure. This, combined with an ATP-containing storage solution has been shown to enhance survival of transplanted hairs. As with all of Dr. Wesley’s patients, the patient was NOT required to cut his hair for the procedure. As a result, this patient was able to return comfortably to work and social activities within approximately 7-10 days of his procedure. The patient returned 12 mos after the procedure and images of this patient can be seen below.
  10. Dr.Hasson, Dr.Carlos Wesley & Dr.Konior - the current three posting the best "homerun" results in North America from what I can see of recent clinic and patient own postings. Dr.Rahal was in the mix previously for FUT but something seems slightly amiss about the feedback from Rahal recently. For large strip mega-sessions of 5,000 grafts or more like you'd need - I think Dr.Hasson seems to be a leader in this space in both grabbing as much hair in one session as possible and leaving a great scar. In Europe Hattigen Hair seem to be doing very big FUT cases too.
  11. Dr Bloxham has some great recent results - however I would caution that Dr.Bloxham is relatively new as compared to other options with super long track records in NYC - I've seen some pretty amazing results coming from Dr Carlos Wesley in NYC - if you stack up recent patient and clinic results from True/Dorin, Bloxham, Bernstein, Wesley........I dont think anyone is coming close to Wesley for number of homeruns...........next I would say True/Dorin for the extensive track record......Bloxham is coming up however but if you asked each doctor for their total transplants performed in their career I think he would be well behind these guys and I'd like a doctor who's seen every possible situation in their career or in the OR
  12. #BeforeAndAfterMondays This patient underwent a follicular unit extraction (FUE) session with Dr. Carlos K. Wesley in which a total of 2537 grafts were placed The hair follicles were incubated in autologous (his own) platelet rich plasma (PRP) throughout the duration of the procedure. This, combined with an ATP-containing storage solution [URL=“https://youtu.be/owR_yeezZ0o”]has been shown to enhance survival of transplanted hairs[/URL]. Rather than a larger FUE punch used by a robotic approach, Dr. Wesley used a smaller caliber hand-held motorized punch to performed the donor harvest. This approach better enabled the capture of donor hair roots that are slightly curved beneath the skin surface. Upon completion of the harvest, the patient’s donor area was treated with PRP and ACell in order to not only minimize scar tissue formation, but also encourage partial regeneration of donor hair follicles. The patient returned one year after the procedure and images of the patient can be seen below. This link illustrates the timing of hair growth after surgery. Similar patient hair transformations with Dr. Wesley and his team may also be viewed.
  13. #BeforeAndAfterMondays This patient underwent an autologous (her own) platelet rich plasma (PRP) treatment with Dr. Carlos K. Wesley. With this non-surgical approach to treating hair loss, the patient was able to reverse the biologic course of the thousands of miniaturized follicles atop her head and generate more hair fullness. Dr. Wesley previously delivered The patient returned 8 months after PRP treatment series and images of the patient can be seen below. Similar patient hair transformations with Dr. Wesley and his team may also be viewed.
  14. #BeforeAndAfterMonday This female patient underwent a follicular unit transplantation (FUT) session with Dr. Carlos K. Wesley in which a total of 2335 grafts were placed Her hair follicles were incubated in autologous (her own) platelet rich plasma (PRP) throughout the duration of the procedure. This, combined with an ATP-containing storage solution [URL=“https://youtu.be/owR_yeezZ0o”]has been shown to enhance survival of transplanted hairs[/URL]. As with all of Dr. Wesley’s patients, she was NOT required to shave her hair for the procedure. As a result, this patient was able to return comfortably to work and social activities within approximately 7-10 days of his procedure. The patient returned one year after her procedure and images of the patient can be seen below.
  15. Hi Guys, I am posting this on this website a reply to someone named Luke who posted about Carlos Allesandrini on the Yelp application. Hence some of the information is not addressing all the rants I’ve seen in this thread. Hi, I read Luke's review and I feel bad for him but for the most part I have a positive review of Dr. Carlos Alessandrini. I’ll go ahead and break down everything I remember, my hair transplant was about a year ago. 1. When I contacted the Dr. Carlos Alessandrini he said he doesn’t do the FUT aka strip method(this is the method that Luke got from him ). Dr. Alessandrini now exclusively does the FUE method. The FUE method they shave a big part of the back your head (the donor area)and poke out hairs one,two, three or four hairs at a time. Most American transplant people like the strip method aka FUT I guess it's easier to find the best hair, less chance of ruining hairs via accidentally splitting them during the extrapolation process, however you will have a linear line where they made the FUT extraction.(donor area) for the rest of your life. I was just listening to a podcast with Joe Rogan he is a pretty rich dude and he states he’s embarrassed about the incision line he has in the back of his head from his hair transplant. I got the FUE method from Dr. Alessandrini office and I can tell you 11 months post operation I can’t feel any nicks in the back of my head and you can’t see any punch hole incisions. Remover the FUE method uses a circular poking tool for a donor area extraction( hopefully I can post a picture to clarify what I mean) 2. I only had 500 hairs done and my only complaint is I was a little frustrated how much of the back of my head was shaved I thought he told me it would be camouflaged post surgery I believe it was very noticeable and I gave them that feedback(I’m attempting to attach a picture that shows where he extrapolated the hair from the back of my head). However as I stated before once your hair grows back there is no linear line with this method no nicks no anything. I can’t feel where he made those incisions at all. In regards to the recipient area as Luke said they make tiny little incisions and then they place the hair follicles in those incisions. I want to clarify to Luke when someone says 2500 hair follicles they can put up to four hair follicles in one incision. The vernacular can be a little confusing with this, so although you counted only 1500 incisions in the recipient area you could easily have 2500 hairs in the 1500 incisions. 3. I am attempting to post some pictures that are 11 months post operation. I cannot tel a big difference But remember I only got 500 done I’m estimating I need about 3000 hairs to be somewhat satisfied. Remember it was only 500 hairs, i’m probably gonna need about 3000 hair. The doctor has explain to me that it takes almost a year for the donor area to recover so this is going to take me about six years to complete. I know it’s a stupid way of doing it but the thing is I really want to do this covertly. 4. Everything that Luke said about the office appearance I would have to agree with I surely didn’t think I was in Beverly Hills I felt like I was more in Mexico. With that being said I’d like to reiterate to Luke that this place is in Mexico not a Mexican resort but real Mexico really Mexico it is different than most parts of the United States especially San Diego or Beverly Hills. 5. As for who does the actual procedure Luke is right. Dr Alessandrini only does a portion of the procedure. Dr. made the incisions in the recipient area but it was someone else who did the poking in the back of my head and replanting in the recipients area, this is the same way they do it in America. I know this because mostly America doctors will give you a free consultation once you’re able to con their first sales associate that you’re about 90% sure you want to do it this is merely a sales person the doctor has in front of them and eventually I just asked the questions who’s actually doing what they reluctantly will tell you that they have a team that does most of the tedious work and that they make the incisions. 6. When it comes to price I saved $3000 going to this doctor in Mexico compared to the couple doctor that’s close to me here in Ohio and Michigan. Yep it was drastically cheaper for me to fly all the way to friggin Mexico to get my hair transplant. 7.As Luke stated if you want doctor Alessandrini will have a very nice person pick You up from the airport in San Diego or Tijuana who speaks English and drives a nice car. I actually flew into San Diego from Cleveland then took a train across the border then got an Uber to my hotel and walked to the doctors office. My method will save you 35 bucks but I don’t know if it was money well saved. I guess what I’m trying to say I got scared a couple times walking around in Tijuana especially attempting to get the cash needed for the hair transplant out of an ATM there. Dr. Only accepts cash :(. After me trying to save 35 bucks and up having to hire his driver to take me across the border because my ATM card wouldn’t work in Mexico so I am not saving anything . 8. When it comes to post up I would have to disagree with Luke the doctor communicate with me before the procedure during, and after the procedure and continually checked in with me to make sure I was listening I still remember him saying several times “your heads going to itch after this procedure in the next few days he said don’t touch it listen to me don’t itch it, it’s going to Itch DON’T ITCH IT! He went over how to care for the next few days and he continually told me how important it is and how to care for the next few days. He took pictures of my head before and after of the surgery and he is kept in contact with me via email is continually asked me to send in photos every three months to see how it’s doing. Doctors kept his word, he is kept in contact me via email and I’m considering going back for another 500 hairs I mean go down as low as 250 unless he can make less of a shaving in the back of my head. Hopefully I’ve covered everything after reading Luke’s review I thought it was important that I left this review and hopefully I’ve cleared a couple things up for Luke and those who have read his review.. Peace I
  16. Hi everyone, I first wrote this response to a yelp review of the doctor that was dated back in 2015 the recipients name was Luke so you’ll probably see his name referred in this response multiple times. I just stumbled onto this website recently and I see some of the same things said about this provider so I thought I should leave a review because it seems to contrast with a lot of the reviews: I read Luke's review on Yelp about Dr. Alessandrini and I feel bad for both Luke and the Dr. but for the most part I have a positive review of this particular doctor I’ll go ahead and break down everything I remember about my hair transplant which was about a year ago. 1. When I contacted the Dr. Carlos Alessandrini he said he doesn’t do the FUT aka strip method(this is the method that Luke got from him ). Dr. Alessandrini now exclusively does the FUE method the FUE method they shave a big part of the back your head (the donor area)and poke out hairs one,two, three or four hairs at a time. Most American transplant people like the strip method I guess it's easier to find the best hair however you will have a linear line where they made that incision was made in the donor area for the rest of your life. I was just listening to a podcast with Joe Rogan he is a pretty rich dude and he states he’s embarrassed about the incision line he has in the back of his head from his hair transplant. I got the FUE method from Dr. Alessandrini office and I can tell you 11 months post operation I can’t feel any nicks in the back of my head and you can’t see any punch hole incisions. 2. I only had 500 hairs done because after talking to him on the phone it sound like this is the only way I can do this very covertly and that was and still is very important to me. I felt the doctor explained to me that would be very difficult to see my donor area right after the surgery he said you can just use your hair to cover up the spot was shaved off. Realize the doctor talks to people all the time and perhaps I just heard what I wanted to hear but that leads me to my only complaint is I was a little frustrated how much of the back of my head was shaved I thought he told me it would be camouflaged post surgery I believe it was very noticeable and I gave them that feedback(i’m attaching a picture that shows where he extrapolated the hair from the back of my head). However as I stated before once your hair grows back there is no linear line with this method no nicks no anything. I can’t feel where he made those incisions in the donor area or recipient area at all. In regards to the recipient area as Luke said they make tiny little incisions and then they place the hair follicles in those incisions. I want to clarify to Luke when someone says 2500 hair follicles they can put up to four hair follicles in one incision. The vernacular can be a little confusing with this, so although you counted only 1500 incisions in the recipient area you could easily have 2500 hairs in the 1500 incisions. 3. I am posting some pictures That are 11 months post operation. I cannot tell a big difference but remember I only got 500 done I’m estimating I need about 3000 hairs to be somewhat satisfied. The doctor has explain to me that it takes almost a year for the donor area to recover so this is going to take me about six years to complete. I know it’s a stupid way of doing it but the thing is I really want to do this covertly. 4. Everything that Luke said about the office appearance I would have to agree the neighborhood is ok at best as Luke stated I surely didn’t think I was in Beverly Hills I felt like I was more in Mexico, and that’s because you are in Mexico !!!!!!! You can actually go on Google satellite and see the neighborhood and the office building. If you’ve ever traveled it’s not going to scare you but if you’ve never been outside the United States it can be a little unnerving. 5. As for who does the actual procedure Luke is right. Dr Alessandrini only does a portion of the procedure. Dr. made the incisions in the recipient area but it was someone else who did the poking in the back of my head and replanting in the recipients area, this is the same way they do it in America. I know this because mostly America doctors will give you a free consultation and I asked the question. Doctors typically only offer up information they have to so to get this sort of information you need to ask the doctor during the consult. I assure you he’s doing it the exact same way the doctors do it in the United States . 6. When it comes to price I saved $3000 going to this doctor compared to the couple doctor that’s close to me here in Ohio and Michigan. Yep it was drastically cheaper for me to fly all the way to friggin Mexico to get my hair transplant. As Luke stated if you want doctor Alessandrini will hook you up with a driver that will pick you up from the airport in San Diego or Tijuana. I actually flew into San Diego from Cleveland then took a train across the border then got an Uber to my hotel and walked to the doctors office. My method will save you 50 bucks but I don’t know if it was money well saved. I guess what I’m trying to say I got scared a couple times walking around in Tijuana especially getting the cash needed for the hair transplant out of an ATM there. The doctor only accepts cash . I did end up getting one of his drivers to take me across the border because my ATM card wouldn’t work in Mexico and I could tell you the driver was very clean the car was much nicer than the Uber car that I got on my own and the person was very pleasant spoke English very well too. 7. When it comes to post up I had a much different experience than Luke did. The doctor communicated with me before, during, and after the procedure and continually checked in with me to make sure I was listening I still remember him saying several times “your heads going to itch after this procedure in the next few days he said don’t touch it listen to me don’t itch it, it’s going to Itch DON’T ITCH IT! He went over how to care for the next few days and he continually told me how important it is and how to care for the next few days. He explained what kind of shampoo do use. He took pictures of my head before and after the surgery and he is kept in contact with me via email is continually asked me to send in photos every three months to see how it’s doing. Doctors kept his word, he is kept in contact me via email and I’m considering going back for another 500 hairs I mean go down as low as 250 unless he can make less of a shaving in the back of my head. The pictures that I posted came back a little backwards but you probably could figure it out the first two as you can see the back of my head and my hair is dry that’s 11 months postop the other picture is the back of my head where the hair was taken from also known as the donor area as you can see there’s no marks or anything back there lastly was right after postop and you could see all the incisions in my crown area which were the recipient area and you can see the donor area I was a little frustrated as I stated before that it was hard to cover this area of the first few months afterwords. The pictures that I posted came back a little backwards but you probably could figure it out the first two as you can see the back of my head in the hair is dry that’s 11 months postop the other picture is the back of my head where the hair was taken from also known as the donor area as you can see there’s no marks or anything back there lastly was right after postop and you could see all the incisions in my crown area which were the recipient area and you can see the donor area I was a little frustrated as I stated before that it was hard to cover this area up the first few months afterwords Hopefully I’ve covered everything after reading Luke’s review and ot I thought it was important that I left this review and hopefully I’ve cleared a couple things up for Luke and those who have read his review.. Peace I
  17. Fantastic results and I agree that the hairline looks refined and natural. Do you mind posting some immediate post-op pictures? As always great job Dr. Wesley 👍
  18. That has to be one of the best hairlines I've ever seen 👏 Dr. Wesley really hit this one out of the park.
  19. #BeforeAndAfterMondays This patient underwent a follicular unit transplantation Dr. Carlos K. Wesley in which a total of 4365 grafts (2 sessions) were placed. The patient’s hair follicles were incubated in platelet rich plasma PRP) throughout the duration of the procedure. This, combined with an ATP-containing storage solution [URL=“https://youtu.be/owR_yeezZ0o”] has been shown to enhance survival of transplanted hairs [/URL]. As with all of Dr. Wesley’s patients, the patient was NOT required to cut his hair for the procedure. As a result, this patient was able to return comfortably to work and social activities within approximately 7-10 days of his procedure. The patient returned 24 mos after the procedure and images of this patient can be seen below.
  20. #BeforeAndAfterMondays This patient underwent a follicular unit extraction (FUE) session with Dr. Carlos K. Wesley in which a total of 1655 grafts were placed The hair follicles were incubated in autologous (his own) platelet rich plasma (PRP) throughout the duration of the procedure. This, combined with an ATP-containing storage solution [URL=“https://youtu.be/owR_yeezZ0o”]has been shown to enhance survival of transplanted hairs[/URL]. Rather than a larger FUE punch used by a robotic approach, Dr. Wesley used a smaller caliber hand-held motorized punch to performed the donor harvest. This approach better enabled the capture of donor hair roots that are slightly curved beneath the skin surface. Upon completion of the harvest, the patient’s donor area was treated with PRP and ACell in order to not only minimize scar tissue formation, but also encourage partial regeneration of donor hair follicles. The patient returned 12 days after the procedure and images of the patient can be seen below. This link illustrates the timing of hair growth after surgery. Similar patient hair transformations with Dr. Wesley and his team may also be viewed.
  21. #BeforeAndAfterMondays This patient underwent a follicular unit extraction (FUE) session with Dr. Carlos K. Wesley in which a total of 2420 grafts were placed The hair follicles were incubated in autologous (his own) platelet rich plasma (PRP) throughout the duration of the procedure. This, combined with an ATP-containing storage solution [URL=“https://youtu.be/owR_yeezZ0o”]has been shown to enhance survival of transplanted hairs[/URL]. Rather than a larger FUE punch used by a robotic approach, Dr. Wesley used a smaller caliber hand-held motorized punch to performed the donor harvest. This approach better enabled the capture of donor hair roots that are slightly curved beneath the skin surface. Upon completion of the harvest, the patient’s donor area was treated with PRP and ACell in order to not only minimize scar tissue formation, but also encourage partial regeneration of donor hair follicles. The patient returned one year later after the procedure and images of the patient can be seen below. This link illustrates the timing of hair growth after surgery. Similar patient hair transformations with Dr. Wesley and his team may also be viewed.
  22. #BeforeAndAfterMondays This patient underwent a follicular unit extraction (FUE) session with Dr. Carlos K. Wesley in which a total of 2429 grafts were placed His hair follicles were incubated in autologous (his own) platelet rich plasma (PRP) throughout the duration of the procedure. This, combined with an ATP-containing storage solution has been shown to enhance survival of transplanted hairs. Rather than a larger FUE punch used by a robotic approach, Dr. Wesley used a smaller caliber hand-held motorized punch to performed the donor harvest. This approach better enabled the capture of donor hair roots that are slightly curved beneath the skin surface. Upon completion of the harvest, the patient’s donor area was treated with PRP and ACell in order to not only minimize scar tissue formation, but also encourage partial regeneration of donor hair follicles. The patient returned 2 years (please excuse the typo on one of the slides) after his procedure and images of the patient can be seen below. This link illustrates the timing of hair growth after surgery. Similar patient hair transformations with Dr. Wesley and his team may also be viewed.
  23. Hi, Dr. Charles Yes this patient kept a shorter haircut before he had surgery with Dr. Wesley to help make the hair loss a little less obvious. He was very happy to sport the hairstyle he had when he was younger and have been longing to get back to. We are thrilled with his results as well. 😊
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