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  1. Hi folks, I just wanted to share my recent experience following an FUT procedure with Dr Jerry Cooley yesterday. I apologise if this post is long and detailed but I took a lot of value from all the various posters and wanted to give the same back. Days leading to the procedure I had been speaking to Cooley’s clinic in September and had various conversations with Lollie as well as telephonic conversation with Dr Cooley himself. After speaking to them both I kind of knew that this was the clinic I wanted to go with. I paid a deposit at the end of October for a 4000 FUT procedure. During the lead up, I must admit it was a mixture of emotions and last week was possibly the worst. At one point I just wanted to cancel and not go through such was the nerves and anxiety. But ploughed through it and as the day got closer the more excited I felt. Travel to Charlotte from LHR Some of you may be aware the UK experienced snow fall which as per usual played havoc with some of the outbound flights. I was due to fly out at 13:30 and came to know in the morning prior to reaching the airport that the flight had been delayed to 14:20. 14:20 came and there was still no news about what gate to go to or if the flight had been delayed or even cancelled, despite repeated attempts to find out information from the relevant information desks. Finally, we were given a gate and told to expect to take off at 16:30. We boarded the flight around 17:00 and didn’t take take off till 19:30. Which meant we didn’t arrive in Charlotte till 23:30!! Immigration control was no issues, just told them I was here for vacation and they asked some additional questions such as “where I am staying, how long, what I do for a living, how much currency I have etc?”. Breezed through with no problems. The clinic had arranged for us to be put up in the Hilton Garden Inn which is about 20 mins or so from the airport and approximately 5/6min drive to the clinic. Day of procedure I was advised by Aileene to be at the clinic at 7am. The hotel offers a shuttle bus and because of the late check in they were unable to schedule this for me at short notice, so had to get an Uber to the clinic. Arrived at the clinic and was greeted by Stephanie and taken to a room where I was asked to complete the normal paperwork. These were actually sent to me prior so I could’ve made my life a little easier by completing these prior to arriving. Stephanie was very kind and didn’t make an issue out of this. She was very calming and friendly. Once the paper work was completed, I was asked to choose some movies (like most clinics they had a large range) and also lunch (again loads of options and if anyone is interested I had a turkey panini wrap). Once this was all done Dr Cooley arrived to greet me. Following an initial conversation about goals etc I knew this guy was top notch, such was his confidence, personality and straightforwardness. I had my photos taken and the hairline drawn not that there was much to draw as I already had frontal tuft it was just a case of bridging the areas which had been lost. He looked at my donor and said it was excellent and that laxity was very good. We both agreed that the frontal third would be the most dense and continuing in to the mid-scalp area with less density and also shrink the crown outside in but not completely fill. Once this was all agreed, I was given my meds; antibiotics, valium and two prednisone’s (these are to help reduce any swelling). Once that was done, I was taken to the room. The room was exactly how I expected it to be. I had previously watched Joe Tillman’s visit to the clinic and if anyone wants to see it, take a look on YouTube. My hair was then slightly shaved where the strip was due to be taken. At the same time Brandy was taking my blood pressure. It was a little high, not sure why as I was super calm and excited. Anyhow, I was asked to lie face down on the chair for strip removal and was also given something to calm me down. After this was done I don’t remember much. I vaguely remember the anaesthetic shots and these were not as painful as I thought they would be. After this I must have dozed off as I cant remember anything thereafter. I do remember it was around 08:30 when I was asked to lie down. I woke up later and asked for a rest room break (I was literally bursting!). Dr Cooley advised that it wasn’t an issue as he was almost done closing the strip. I got up and felt a bit light headed, so sat down, I looked at the time and it was 10:30. Dr Cooley advised that it was a straight forward removal and there was no heavy blood loss or any other issues which I was very happy about. The strip was closed with sutures. After the rest room break Dr Cooley and Brandy started to make the incisions in the scalp and at the same time I think I counted six technicians in the room doing the graft dissection. I felt absolutely no pain at all during this process. I just had my headphones in and probably nodded off a couple of times. I cant stress enough how painless everything was so far! Time for lunch around 12noon. I asked Dr Cooley how the work was going and he mentioned that they had done around 2000+ incisions and would be inserting the grafts after lunch. We broke for lunch for about 20/30mins or so. I ate and at the same time was talking to the extremely friendly technicians. After lunch the work continued and at the same time I was watching the selected movies. Don’t really remember the first two films. I had selected the Batman series and I do remember during the Dark Knight, Dr Cooley saying a few dialogues which I found pretty funny. Dr Cooley and Brandy meticulously inserted the grafts for the next 7 hours. Yes it was that long but this is purely down to both being perfectionists. One thing to note the anaesthetic shots (I actually don’t remember where these were placed in the front, I assume around the forehead area) but a couple did hurt just slightly but literally lasts for 5/10 seconds. It really isn’t that bad at all! During the latter part of the procedure I was quite alert and conversing with both Cooley and Brandy. They are both amazing people and extremely friendly to talk to. They actually bounce off each other was really refreshing. I did joke with them that they are like husband and wife which they found quite funny! The last hour was probably the most discomforting mostly because I had been in the chair for almost 11 hours and my shoulders and neck were getting pretty sore. Again I ploughed through. We eventually finished the entire procedure around 20:30ish. I asked how many grafts I got and was told over 4000 which I was really happy about. Post op pictures were taken and I was shown the back of my head and the top. I was slightly nervous about strip and where it was being taken from and if it would be visible. I can honestly say that Dr Cooley and Brandy have done a fantastic job as I couldn’t find it at all. The top of the head looked pretty good considering I had over 4000 grafts inserted. I was given my post op instructions, shampoos, meds, my post op ATP spray which I needed to spray every hour and every 2 hours when sleeping for the first few days. Dr Cooley showed how it is to be done (very simple!) and he asks to put a cling film type thing on top immediately after to help with healing, keeping the grafts moist and for the spray not to evaporate. He calls it the ‘green house effect’. Once back at the hotel, I sprayed as instructed even through the night although not every hour, every two hours in fact. In terms of pain, I feel minimal pain around the strip. Out of ten, I would rate it a two/three. I’ve honestly taken a pain killer since the procedure and today is the day after. The strip area does feel numb which I fully expected and also expect this to subside over the coming weeks. Post-Op Day 1 As I said earlier I took a pain killer in the morning as I was expecting the pain to increase. However, after the pain killers had worn off I still felt the same, no increase at all. Since then I have had very slight plan on the left hand side of the strip. The rest of the donor area is still numb but pretty comfortable. I did notice minimal swelling above my eyes, nothing like what I have seen on the forums and defiantly nothing major. Dr Cooley advises to take two prednisone’s the following morning after the procedure which I did and the has gone down. As also mentioned above I’ve continued following Dr Cooley’s post op instructions in spraying the post op ATP spray every hour. I also got my hair washed at the clinic and what can I say, the work looks extremely clean. Just a few blood spots but generally it looks just how I expected the work to be. Amy who washed my hair even mentioned that she found it difficult find the scar as she needed to put some antibiotic cream on it. This was refreshing to hear! Dr Cooley came in after the hair wash and checked things over and he mentioned that all looked well and that it looks exactly how it should be. He also mentioned me as the ‘model’ patient as I barely moved in the surgical chair and also kept the whole team entertained (while I was awake of course!)!! I did ask how many grafts we managed to get and he advised that the final figure was 4108. I’ll get the break down later this week and will share. He also mentioned that he could get another strip of about 2000-3000 if needed and some FUE grafts after that (again if needed). Dr Cooley also recommends a Help Hair whey protein shake which I purchased and have started to take this as well. I just felt it cant do any harm. Any how the day has been pretty comfortable and very pain less. To summarise my experience so far, I’ve definitely had a great experience with Cooley and his team. They all work extremely hard and are very meticulous in everything they do. Cooley (and Brandy) is a perfectionist and wants everything to be 110% correct. I know the whole team has put in 110% effort so that I can achieve the desired result!! Dr Cooley and Brandy were by my side every time I would look up and I probably remember Cooley walking out for a short while but I am 110% confident that he was there and doing most of the work throughout the day!! It really does ease any anxieties when you know the lead doctor is there playing a pivotal part during the procedure and being so heavily involved! I’m on my iPad and will be receiving a CD with post / pre op photos which I will update later this week. I have some on my phone and again I will post later (just need to blank out the face). If anyone has any further questions, please feel free to ask here or PM me. Apologies for the long write up, I hope anyone considering Dr Cooley and his clinic finds this useful. If anyone is due for a procedure in the next forthcoming days with Cooley, I am staying at the hotel until Sunday and am more than happy to speak to anyone!
  2. It's been a long time coming....over 13 years to be exact. I'm not going to rehash my previous stories, you can look them up on my previous threads. However, I am happy to say I have FINALLY repaired the Bosley mistake I made when I was only 21! I just got home from a long day at Dr. Cooley's office! I got there at 7AM, and they worked on me diligently until 6:45PM. I'm a little exhausted to say the least, so I'm not going to give drawn out details, just some bullet points: Customer Care: Impeccable. Dr. Cooley and his team were at my side every step of the way. Pain: Basically non-existent. And, I was very lucid for almost the entire procedure. I remember being blacked out when I had my Bosley procedure years ago...no clue what was going on. Atmosphere: Dr. Cooley's office is in a major medical center in Charlotte, NC. It's connected to a hospital. You could not feel more comfortable and confident in the setting. Procedure: Started with the strip removal, then incisions, followed by graft placements. Dr. Cooley was by my side at least 95% of the entire procedure, regardless of what was happening. And I have complete faith in his assistants. His lead assistant Brandi has been with him for 18 years! THE BEST PART!: I paid for 2000 grafts, but was adamant about not elongating my existing scar over a certain length. Dr. Cooley complied, and we fell short of the purchased grafts by roughly 225. Dr. Cooley performed a non-shaven FUE on me for the remainder of the grafts....and did not charge me the extra expense for this type of procedure even though I insisted on it. Overall: As a repair patient and someone EXTREMELY critical of this entire industry, my experience today could not have been any better. Of course, I'm now on to the waiting game. Attached are before pictures from last night, and post-surgery pics from 15 minutes ago. Any feedback is greatly appreciated! PS: Thank you for all of the support from fellow members of these forums, other clinics, and clinic representatives over the years. You know who you are and I can't thank you enough!
  3. Hey there friends~ I wanted to say thanks to everyone here for providing such a positive forum. As I began searching for the best hair transplant surgeons in the country, this forum was invaluable to me finding Dr. Jerry Cooley in Charlotte, North Carolina, of Carolina Dermatology. So I'm paying it forward by sharing just a few words about my own amazing experience. I'll probably have some photos to share later, but for now just wanted to write a little. I visited four different surgeons across a span of six months, before eventually finding Dr. Cooley--again, this site was very helpful in doing so! When I discovered Dr. Cooley's office, I knew it was the one. From the very beginning, I was given the most thorough discussion of the procedure by Patient Coordinator Lollie, who was also more helpful to me than anyone before her in what else I could be doing in the meantime, including starting Nizoral and Teva (and the exact dosing so as to limit or not even cause side effects--of which I have had none since beginning 4 months ago). The entire process leading up to the surgery was smooth, seamless, and the utmost professional. Day of surgery: Everything was so completely peaceful and yes, painless. The staff, including Brandi, Stephanie, Amy, and others whose name I didn't catch, were all incredible. Dr. Cooley and I consulted a little before the surgery and agreed upon the final hairline restoration, and I always had complete faith in him and his process. I had never had any type of surgery before, so this was a big deviation from anything else in my life, but it was something I had wanted for a very long time, about 20 years honestly. I had just had very light recession beginning then and even up to now (wasn't on anything like finasteride or Nizoral whatsoever). I just knew that doing something surgically would overall improve how I look, feel. We began at about 7:30am and were finished by 5:30pm. It was honestly so easy (as a patient!). Incredibly relaxing environment, and again, amazing staff and doctor. I left that day knowing I had made such a monumentally great decision for myself. If anyone from Dr. Cooley's office is reading this, thank you from the big animal-lover. You are amazing!!! And so kind. And to everyone who helps maintain these forums and contributes to them, thank you for all of the invaluable information you help provide as well. Thanks for the uplifting, mature discussion, and thank you for recommending Dr. Cooley in so many posts. For anyone looking for an incredible patient experience and high quality work (and I can only imagine how thrilled I'll really be in about a year) I can now also add my recommendation to Dr. Jerry Cooley and his team.
  4. FUE has advanced, but so has FUT/FUSS. FUE is the evolution of the old plug transplants, it is not THE advanced technique. It is not always better but can be in some situations, the same is true for strip. It takes a skilled surgeon and team for EITHER procedure. It takes research and disclosure from clinics to potential patients to educate them of the benefits vs the downfall of EITHER. I have been a part of this community and have witnessed the evolution first hand. Facts are facts..... both create scars..... neither cure balding..... both can effectively move hair and in skills hands provide a natural restoration. Neither are perfect. Simrangoyal, I am Clinical Supervisor for Dr. Jerry Cooley. I have also had the honor to be the past chair and the Forum (ISHRS publication former editor for the Assistants Corner). I have been a part of this forum since it's beginning. I am fairly knowledgeable having been in this field for 20 years, about either. Dr. Cooley does not use old techniques. We do both procedures as do many other surgeons; using the latest technology available. Sometimes what is promoted as the latest greatest but in reality is the opposite. Research is key to finding the truth.......
  5. As a patient of Dr. Jerry Cooley...I would highly recommend him...not only a great surgeon but a hell of a nice guy too...He gave me a free PRP treatment after a misunderstanding....I hope to go get another in March when my 1yr mark rolls around, not a free one..lol...If dr. Cooley or his reps see this I.m the old 65 yr old you operated on in late March 2018
  6. I'm new to the forum and haven't read every post but wanted to get something out there about my experience, which I think will be unique to other posts. First, the reason I've decided to post at this time is that I went to Dr. Jerry Cooley in Charlotte NC, Monday 11/12/18 for a hairline extraction with the extracted hair being transplanted to the top of my head. Today is 11/15/18, the 4th day since my procedure, and I am happy with the results and have a lot of praise for Dr. Cooley and his staff. I have found there is more to this than just transplanting the hair. Dr. Cooley uses various methods to ensure maximum graft survival such as PRP + ACell and other "after procedure" protocols that I have not experienced. To complete my hair transplant plan, I will wait a few months and go back to Dr. Cooley to have my hairline refined using the FUT method from the sides of my head. I am sure a lot of you have questions about the procedure I had done and why I'm having an FUT instead of FUE for my next procedure. To explain further, let me give you a little history of how and why I got to where I am today. In the late 1980s I had developed a receding hairline and for the first time, I saw some newspaper advertisements for hair transplants. Remember, the internet wasn't around at that time so there were no pictures to see or patients to discuss this with. Convinced that everything would be okay, I contacted the surgeon and scheduled a "consultation", which really turned out to be just me scheduling my appointments (yes, that is plural with an "s"). I scheduled 4 appointments, 3 months apart, where numerous rather large plugs would be taken from the back of my head to create a new hairline. I underwent 3 of these procedures until I finally had enough. Every time new hair started to grow, I had to go back for more work, not to mention the combover hairstyle I had to use to cover everything up. I didn't want anyone to know what I was doing but I think they knew anyway. Fortunately for me, what I had done eventually grew in and with my existing hair, I was able to wear a fairly long natural looking Beatles type hairstyle for about 30 years. Even with that, I was always conscious of my "plugged" hairline and never let anyone touch it. And I always turned away when the wind blew in my face. Unfortunately, as I got older, my hairline kept retreating, and the hair on top of my head gradually got thinner. To help with the thinning, I got a prescription for Rogaine, which was required when I started. Later, I just bought minoxidil over the counter much cheaper. I also got a fill in procedure from another doctor 3 to 4 years ago that didn't go as wall as anticipated. That's all I have for not but if enough of you show interest, I will continue with more details about my 30 year hair transplant history and my current experience with Dr. Cooley in future posts.
  7. I am scheduled to have a FUT with Dr. Cooley in the beginning weeks of April. This website has been a great resource. I would like to acknowledge the wonderful work by the members of this community. Pat, Bill, David and Blake are doing a great job. Keep it up! After some in-depth research, I had 3 to choices that I was considering. All of them are members of the Coalition. I chose Dr. Cooley. I know I have made the best choice for me. I admire his passion and dedication to improve hair transplant procedures. The consultation by Lollie is wonderful. She has a lot of knowledge and is very helpful and informative. I will do my best to keep everyone posted about the procedure and progress. Wish me luck guys!
  8. I would like to start off by truly thanking all the people of this community and all the information this group has provided for a countless number of folks suffering with hair loss and now a little about me. I am 30 years old and started loosing my hair in my early 20's and thanks to this forum and modern medicine I managed to save a lot of my hair with Propecia and a few other regimented drugs. My primary hairloss is in the frontal region and that will soon be filling in nicely thanks to Dr. Jerry Cooley in NC. Like many young people looking for answers to an age old problem I started with google and found many places to research and learn the options now a days when dealing with hairloss. I floated on this forum and several others for 3 years reading and searching and rereading about every surgeon I could find it seemed. It was thanks to this LONG dedicated research and LOTS of reading that I believe I narrowed my search to one of, if not the finest hair transplant surgeon around. I didn't just read posts and peoples opinions I looked at photo after photo until I almost drove myself mad. After all, letting someone alter your physical appearance for the rest of your life is truly no small choice. Mostly, it was not just the final result and fullness of the transplanted hairs that concerned me but since I decided to go strip I had the donor scar to think about as well. As many know some of the horror stories from strips gone wrong have probably given a lot of folks anxiety about it. So after all the research the calls the asking advice from many, many people I decided to go with Dr. Jerry Cooley and as many of you have known or read he has an amazing reputation and true passion for what he does. He really is a great guy and also I liked the fact that the guy doing my procedure had been in the same position I was putting myself in. There is a comfort in that. My procedure took around 10 hours I would say since I got in around 4-5 movies during the procedure. The strip removal portion I can honestly say I do not remember one bit thanks to a friend of mine named Valium. I laid on my face, passed out, and woke up when they were leaning me back up and flipping me around to start the recipient sites. All in all a easy day for me and a long day for Dr. Cooley and his staff. Dr. Cooley was in the procedure the entire time minus a few short breaks to rest his hand and to let me have some lunch. Brandi and Dr. Cooley are a well oiled machine and all the folks that work with him make the entire operation quit enjoyable.. I am now 11 days out from my procedure with Dr. Cooley and I can honestly say besides sleeping propped up for the first few nights specifically the two nights right after my surgery, the process had been a smooth one. I have not had to take any pain medication and the only thing I can say I still feel today is a slight bit of tension in the back of my head, but after having a strip of your scalp cut out and closed up, I don't consider that odd. Dr. Cooley and his staff did VERY clean work and besides the redness not a soul would have noticed the work. Now, I do tend to go above and beyond anytime I do anything so for sleeping at night I bought a soft neck brace and slept in it to keep my head upright and lessen the odds I fell asleep and wacked my head. The neck brace along with a recliner and a few pillows made the sleeping not all that terrible for the first two nights and a couple tylenol PM. I had some slight swelling in my forehead and on the bridge of my nose that lasted maybe 2 days and went away but this swelling was still very slight. I also opted to go back to Dr. Cooley's office for a 1 week follow up to have them wash my hair and I am glad I did cause I would have never scrubbed my head as hard as they did for fear of knocking out a graft just from my own paranoia. Today as I write this, my recipient site is only slightly red and that is almost completely gone at this point. My girlfriend also states that finding the incision to place the cream on it for post op care would be almost impossible if it wasn't for the sutures she could see and feel to find it. I will be posting some photos shortly as I am writing this before I head out to the girlfriend's company christmas party. If anyone has any questions feels free to message me and asking anything you would like. If your hairloss is bothering you and you just aren't sure where to turn this community is filled with amazing people to help you along the way. I can only say I wish I had pulled the trigger on getting my hair fixed so much sooner. And now....I begin the waiting game! Thanks, G oh, and my graft count was around 3300!
  9. Dr. Cooley is one of the original pioneers of PRP with regards to hair loss and hair restoration. He has spent over a decade to come up with our current protocol used for our patients today. It is a constantly evolving protocol based on new technologies and developments in the field. Dr. Cooley is confident in the efficacy of PRP, especially when properly combined with ACell, to help patients that have been deemed good candidates for the treatment. PRP w/ACell is effective for thickening hair in patients with diffused hair loss and is especially helpful for patients that are otherwise poor surgical candidates due to either poor donor supply or not enough loss to justify surgery in the first place. With our approach we've seen some very good results. However, Dr. Cooley is becoming more concerned with the apparent explosion of PRP offerings in the marketplace as it seems that every medispa/ plastic surgeon/ dermatologist, etc. is offering the procedure, some with unrealistic claims. We at Carolina Dermatology Haircenter wish to help set the record straight about PRP. We'll be presenting numerous cases of PRP results with varying levels of improvements to show you what you can realistically expect or not expect. In our experience, PRP does not need to be administered two, three or four times a year to achieve optimal results. We typically administer one treatment with the expectation that this will be enough for at least one year of improvement. We see results manifest much like those of Propecia in that it generally takes three to six months to see the first signs of improvement and then the result can continue to improve for several months afterward. The longevity of these results does vary but we've seen some results stay strong for two and three years after only a single treatment. Per usual we find that PRP w/ACell works best when combined with other non-surgical treatments such as Propecia. Below is our first case to present and it represents a mild visual improvement but an overall improvement of 25% was measured with cross sectional tricometry 7 months after the one procedure we administered. Looking at the part line you can see how it not only narrowed but the hairs on either side of the part line are stronger. This was what the patient experienced throughout the top of his scalp and he noted that he could have more hair styles due to the increased density. The patient was 45 years of age at the time of the treatment and was not on Propecia before or after treatment. Case #2 In this presentation we have a 64 year old male that presented with general, moderate diffused thinning throughout the top off is scalp. Dr. Cooley administered one treatment of PRP with ACell. The patient had already been on finasteride consistently for ten years prior and he continues this medical regimen still. The patient returned after one year for a follow up visit and the improvements were noted. The hairs throughout the top of the scalp increased in terminal diameter and density improved as well. This is noted in the part line but also the crown. At this time it was discussed and agreed that a second treatment could be performed. The patient returned 18 months later with more improvements compared to the first procedure with an added increase in density and coverage. No other treatments were added and no alterations were made to his existing finasteride intake. Continuing our "Not All PRP is The Same" series, we have another example of PRP with ACell performed by Dr. Cooley and the team at Haircenter in Charlotte, NC. Case # 003 is a 21 year old male patient that presented with early onset male pattern hair loss with general thinning throughout the top of the scalp and miniaturization along the frontal hairline and into the temples. He was first started on Propecia but soon after we performed one procedure of PRP with ACell. The result is shown one year after the procedure was performed. The entire top of the scalp has thickened but of particular importance is how the hairline, particularly the temples, have thickened considerably. This is no doubt due to the synergy established by the combined use of Propecia and PRP. PRP Results Case # 004 Our next case presented as a 61 year old male with a well defined area of crown loss. He had already been on dutasteride for a number of years so the patient's loss had already been stable for a long time. In order to continue a non-surgical approach the patient and Dr. Cooley agreed on one treatment of PRP with ACell. The image on the far left is the "before" image before any treatment was administered. He had been on dutasteride already. The middle image is the result six months later. You can easily see a fairly significant improvement. The patient eventually returned four years after his initial visit, and single PRP with ACell treatment, and much of the original result has remained and the overall diameter of the balding area is still less than it was prior to treatment.
  10. This African American female presented with diffused hair loss throughout the top of her scalp and with very receded temples. Dr. Cooley and the team at Haircenter in Charlotte, North Carolina carried out an FUT procedure of 2249 grafts for the hairline reconstruction and placement throughout the central portion of the top of her scalp. The recipient zone and donor incision were treated with PRP with ACell to improve overall healing. PRP with ACell was also applied to the temple regions for an outstanding response as seen in the video.
  11. Dr. Jerry Cooley I think, is one of the best on the East coast (the only issue for me was the price) ).
  12. This patient came to see Dr. Cooley regarding his hair loss and to learn about his options. He is in his mid-thirties and had already stabilized his hair loss with long term finasteride use. The patient wanted to move forward cautiously as he'd already performed lots of research and wanted to consider how PRP with ACell might improve the vertex/crown region before attempting surgical intervention. So he and Dr. Cooley agreed that a procedure for the front would be the way to move forward and allow PRP with ACell to have a chance at improving the back. 1500 grafts were removed via FUE by Dr. Cooley. After the grafts were examined and refined using stereoscopic dissecting microscopes Dr. Cooley and Brandi placed the grafts into the frontal third of the patient's scalp, making sure that only single hair grafts went into the very front of the hairline and all multi-hair grafts were placed immediately behind. The result shown is at one year post.
  13. Dr. Jerry Cooley is a very good surgeon in the U.S. in North Carolina. I was a patient of his a month ago (photos are in the link in my signature) and I did a ton of research. Dr. Diep also has lots of good video results from patients: https://www.youtube.com/user/hairtransplantmd
  14. Thank you very much for the feedback everyone. It is invaluable. I am dedicated to keeping this updated and showing my progress See attached for what my hair looks like at 10 months. I have setup a consult with Dr. Jerry Cooley to see if they can help me fix this frustrating situation I have found myself in.
  15. Dr. Cooley and the team at Hair Center in Charlotte, North Carolina transplanted 2024 grafts in one procedure using FUSS (follicular unit strip surgery) for the result you see below. The video was shot two years after the procedure and the patient reports he is satisfied with the final result.*
  16. This is an update to a previous review that I posted. I did not have a good patient experience on many levels, but I am content with my results thus far (7 months). I received a phone call from Dr. Cooley offering a blanket apology for everything. Apology accepted. He also offered a complimentary PRP treatment. Good luck to everyone on their hair replacement journey.
  17. This patient is in his early 30’s and wanted his hairline restored. Initially, he wanted it very low but Dr. Cooley was able to talk him out taking such an approach. Instead, Dr. Cooley proposed a more conservative hairline but after some discussion and negotiation, this is what he and the patient agreed upon. 2,651 grafts 1-714 2-1440 3-455 4-52 The results are shown two years post op. Dr. Cooley had recommended medication at the time of his procedure but the patient decided against it. At the followup, Dr. Cooley again suggested medical therapy with Propecia and the patient accepted.
  18. Jerry Cooley MD and Carolina Dermatology HairCenter present another Ultra HD 4K video for your review. This 60 year old woman came to see Dr. Cooley about her receding hairline. After long discussions with the patient Dr. Cooley suggested a 3000 graft strip procedure to address her receded temples and her higher than desired hairline. 3231 follicular units were dense packed in one procedure. Dr. Cooley also administered PRP with ACell as well as prescribed finasteride (post-menapausal) and minoxidil. The result shown is at one year post surgery.
  19. Here is another 4K Ultra HD video result by Hair Center and Jerry Cooley MD. This is our patient that came to see us after his FUE procedure with another clinic. We highlight not only the result but the damage that was done to the donor zone due to the extraction pattern that was apparently too tight and compare it to the donor scar from Dr. Cooley's FUSS procedure. He received 1535 grafts along with PRP/ACell which is responsible for the majority of the thickening behind the hairline region.
  20. This patient had a serious form of skin cancer removed from his right temple several years prior; this was repaired using a skin graft, leaving a large, noticeable bald area. He had an unsuccessful transplant done elsewhere. Lifting the hair in the temple and temple point zone reveals the extent of the issue. Dr. Cooley performed a small FUSS procedure and transplanted 1353 follicular units in one procedure. The final improvement is obvious. The placement encompassed the entire scar which was a relatively small area overall. Despite this being almost all scar tissue the yield was very high. In fact, the patient was so pleased with the final outcome, he decided to return for a second procedure to address his crown, which was affected by androgenic alopecia. Dr. Cooley placed 1530 via a second FUSS procedure along with PRP/ACell and finasteride. This final result is 18 months after the second procedure.
  21. Age: 38 yrs old. Class 3V. Total Graft: 3781 [ Date June 30,2011] Break Down:- 1 hair- 830 grafts 2 hair- 1947 grafts 3 hair- 700 grafts. 4 hairs- 302 grafts. Both frontal line and crown was repaired in one session. Pleased with Dr. Cooley and staff. Anxiously waiting to see final results.
  22. Here is another Ultra HD 4K video presentation for your weekend. This patient came to see Dr. Cooley five years ago to see what could be done for his receding hairline and general thinning. Dr. Cooley and the patient agreed to do a strip procedure where 2000 grafts were harvested. Dr. Cooley also prescribed Propecia to help prevent further loss and to potentially enhance the patients native hair. The patient returned four years later to show Dr. Cooley is excellent result. It was at this time that the patient and Dr. Cooley began discussing a second procedure to add additional density to the hairline. Dr. Cooley and the patient agreed to perform a second procedure of 800 grafts via FUE with 700 grafts going into the frontal zone and hairline and 100 grafts going into the FUSS donor scar. The result is shown at one year after his procedure. As always, the video is best viewed on a 4K capable computer monitor or large screen television.
  23. Haven't had any work done myself yet either, just a lot of perusing. Definitely give Dr. Jerry Cooley a look before committing to anything with Bosley, imo.
  24. No arm twisting in our clinic! We tend to just present both options if they both apply to the case and let the patient decide. We like to educate about the pros and cons of each and while strip is still a very straight forward and reliable procedure we've seen FUE increase in reliability over the years as well. Dr. Cooley has been performing FUE on a regular basis for nearly seven years now so he's got the chops to do the job right. It's nice knowing that patients can be "Coolified" with FUE just like they have been for years with strip:) Regarding our FUE results, you can see some here, including the world's first 4K Ultra HD video of an FUE result. We've got a lot more coming now that we've started taking video seriously so stay tuned. We're just getting started:) http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/183436-jerry-cooley-md-4k-video-800-fue-into-scar.html http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/183053-ultra-hd-4k-video-1500-fue-jerry-cooley-md.html http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/181626-fue-dr-cooley-1213-grafts-@-10-months.html Andy, The use of ACell in this particular case helped with the donor site recovery. As stated in the first post, ACell tends to help prevent fibrosis from forming as much as it would without ACell. It doesn't prevent fibrosis completely but it does promote healthy tissue regeneration. If any follicles have been transected in the donor zone it can help them to regenerate and grow. This helps to reduce potential follicular collateral damage. ACell also helps to strengthen any hairs that are miniaturized which is what we feel happened for this patient.
  25. I went to Dr. Koher for PRP. If that didn't yield results, I was going to consider a HT. I would not recommend Dr. Koher. They truly did not seem to know what they're doing. 4 needle stick to get my blood. The office looks like it's stuck in the early 1980's and extremely cluttered. I asked how many PRPs they do a week and they said a lot, but I don't believe it. Also, the A cell how a horrible smell and I had to leave it on my head for 4 hours. I've since had PRP elsewhere and it was a much better experience! Stay away from this office for PRP. Spend the extra money and see Jerry Cooley in Charlotte instead.
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