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  1. I haven't had my transplant procedure yet, but I wanted to share my experience with two different Tampa-area clinics, which I just recently visited. I went to Tampa with the full intention of having the procedure done by the Hair and Scalp Laser Clinic in Clearwater. I had done about two years of reading and research and I felt comfortable with the reputation of Dr. Paul Riggs. When I got there for my consultation, however, I learned that Dr. Riggs was no longer associated with this practice. That was my first red flag... no one mentioned this until I flew in for the procedure. Instead, the work would be performed by Dr. Michael Markou. I know nothing about this guy and he may well be a fine surgeon, but I want my work done by a world-class physician, not some guy trying to gain experience. I never even met with the doctor, only a consultant. This consultant, John Satino, was certainly a nice guy, very helpful and very informative, but I was leery about the fact that I didn't get to meet the doctor during my consultation. I called to cancel the procedure. While I was there, though, I made an appointment with Dr. Paul Rose, who has a sterling reputation and is obviously one of the pre-eminent practitioners in this field. The contrast could not have been more apparent. His office was so accomodating (they got me in with just two days' notice), and Dr. Rose himself was very professional and thorough in his evaluation. He took the time to ask about my family history and my goals for my appearance. He took the time to thoroughly explain his techniques, drew in the outline of what would be my new hairline, and answered all my questions and even offered information I would not have thought of. There is a reason Dr. Rose has the stellar reputation he's got, and I will likely go with him for my procedure. He obviously cares a great deal about not only running his business, but also about creating truly magnificent looking hair.
  2. Female patient had a STRIP procedure in our office. Please view her results below after only 6 months. Total follicular unit grafts: 948 347 - 1's 387 - 2's 214 - 3's
  3. Our female patient had a strip procedure and these are the results after just 6 months. Total follicular unit grafts: 1840 365- 1's 851 - 2's 278 - 3's
  4. Having attended many of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS) annual meetings over the years, I've long known that Dr. Robert Haber is highly respected by his physician colleagues. In 1995 he was recognized for his innovative techniques with an "Award of Excellence" by the ISHRS. In 2001 he was awarded the Archimedes Prize by the Italian Society of Hair Restoration and the Michelangelo Award in 2002. He also served as the President of the ISHRS from 2002 to 2003. But seeing him and his staff in action confirmed that he "walks the talk" in all aspects of his hair restoration surgery from A to Z. The issue of how hair bearing tissue is removed from the donor area has been a particularly hot topic on the Internet the past few years. Patients have been concerned about minimizing scarring in the donor area, while maximizing the amount of hair follicles that are successfully transplanted. Dr. Haber is very much at the cutting edge of addressing these issues so that patient's get the optimal amount grafts from a given amount of limited donor tissue, while minimizing the visibility of any donor scar. In fact, his new device, the "donor spreader", which virtually eliminates any transection (severing) of hair follicles in the donor area during donor removal, was a big sensation when it was introduced at the annual ISHRS meeting in Australia in August of 2005. Dr. Haber's new "Donor Spreader" ??“ making Donor Harvesting Transection Free. The donor spreader enables a surgeon to remove a single donor strip from the patient's donor area without transecting the follicles along the edges of the donor strip. This single strip of hair bearing donor tissue is then carefully "slivered" (trimmed) under microscopes into smaller sections, which are then trimmed into 1, 2, 3 and 4 hair follicular unit grafts. While many leading hair transplant surgeons have the skill to cut along the edge of the donor strip and carefully remove a single donor strip with minimal transection of the follicles along the single blade incision, the donor spreader makes this process easier and more assured. This single bladed donor removal and dissection process, when skillfully performed, makes the harvesting and trimming of donor tissue into follicular unit grafts virtually transection free. Thus a patient can know with confidence that every follicle that is harvested from their limited supply of bald resistant hair follicles in the donor area is going to be carefully preserved and transplanted. Such careful attention to maximizing a patient's limited bald resistant donor tissue is the hallmark of physicians who really care about the patient's long term well being. Such care is often not taken by clinic's who use "multibladed" knifes to quickly remove and trim the donor area in one step without carefully avoiding transecting and damaging the precious donor follicles. Such multibladed knifes and other patient unfriendly means of donor removal, while expedient for the clinic, are silent killers of hundreds of thousands of precious bald resistant hair follicles each year. In my opinion, Dr. Haber's new donor spreader is an outstanding and innovative tool that will save hundreds of thousands of precious follicles in thousands of patients as leading physicians incorporate it into their practices. I really commend him for making the donor harvesting process virtually transection free! Making the Donor Scar Virtually Invisible Dr. Haber also uses a relatively new technique for closing the donor area called "Trichophytic" closure, which can often make the donor scar virtually undetectable to the naked eye. This technique, also referred to as the "ledge" technique, was also detailed on this forum by Dr. Paul Rose who has championed this technique along with Dr. Mario Marzola of Australia. The "Trichophytic" closure enables the top and bottom lips of the open donor area to be joined together with a slight overlap so that the hair follicles in the lower lip grow up and out through the upper lip thus making the donor scar virtually invisible to the naked eye. To enable the upper and lower lips of the donor area to overlap in a smooth and level manner the top and bottom lips are trimmed and beveled so that they join together flush. Such a high level of care in the harvesting and closing of the donor area is producing optimal hair yield for his patients, while minimizing visible donor scarring so that it will not be an issue for a patient. Given his interest in minimizing the chance of cosmetically significant donor scarring, Dr. Haber likes to limit his typical surgical session to under 2,500 grafts in order to avoid over taxing the donor area. Microscopically Prepared Follicular Unit Grafts and Minimally Invasive Incisions Dr. Haber's technicians take great care to preserve the naturally occurring follicular units, while trimming them into 1, 2, 3 and 4 hair grafts. These grafts are then placed into very tiny graft incisions that are carefully oriented and angled by Dr. Haber. Like other leading hair transplant surgeons, Dr. Haber is sensitive to the varying angles and directions in which hair grows depending on where it is located. By following the natural direction and angulations of hairs in a given area, Dr. Haber is able to recreate a natural flow and direction for the new hair. Patient Focused Care Produces Optimal Results Dr. Haber and his staff also typically focus on one patient for the day. Such individual attention enables them to take the time and care needed at each step of the process to give the patient optimal yield and growth, rapid healing and very natural results. Such quality work, although not widely known or recognized online, has earned Dr. Haber and his clinic a strong local reputation in Ohio. In my opinion, Dr. Haber and his staff are real gems in the rough who quietly and consistently produce excellent state of the art results at very fair prices.
  5. Patient had a STRIP procedure and these are his before and after photos. These photos are only 6 months after his procedure, which means this is not his final result just yet. Total follicular units: 1401 406 - 1 hair grafts 606 - 2 hair grafts 389 - 3 hair grafts
  6. I am looking to go to one of these "approved" doctors for a first time appointment, assessment and to see what they recommend for medication, if surgery is necessary etc. I live in Orlando so the drive to either one is about the same, so distance isn't a factor. Looking for recommendations from those of you who have been here enough to have seen others reviews, or those with personal experience good or bad from either of these two. Thanks gents!
  7. Our patient had a Strip procedure. We took photos on his 6 month follow up at the office. These are the before and after photos. He will be back in December for his final results. Total follicular units are: 2,404 473 - 1's 983 - 2's 948 - 3's
  8. Patient had a Strip procedure. Below you will see before and after photos, as well as detailed information regarding his case. Total follicular unit grafts: 1149 403 - 1's 586 - 2's 160 - 3's
  9. Patient had a Strip procedure. Below you will find before and after photos. Total follicular units: 2000 452 - 1's 874 - 2's 674 - 3's
  10. Patient had a STRIP procedure. Below you will find photos of before and after results. Total follicular unit grafts: 1,899 425 - 1's 824 - 2's 650 - 3's
  11. Patient had an ARTAS (robotic) procedure. Below you will see photos right before the surgery was performed as well as 6 months after photos (which are yet to be the final result). Total follicular unit grafts: 1,061 453 - 1's 274 - 2's 334 - 3's
  12. Patient had a Strip procedure and these are the final results after a year. Total follicular unit grafts: 1,321 470 - 1's 451 - 2's 400 - 3's
  13. Patient had a strip procedure and these are the results just 6 months after the procedure. Total follicular unit grafts: 2000 452 - 1's 874 - 2's 674 - 3's
  14. Actually, hair loss suffers have not spoken. If you watched my Myth video you would know that. FUE is not gaining in popularity. It is only gaining in hype, as it has been for over ten years. The mFUE procedure is not as good as FUT, but far closer to it than FUE. Substantively, mFUE causes less damage to the grafts during extraction and damages the donor area less than FUE. It also results in less donor thinning for which FUE is notorious. A recent analysis and article by Dr. Paul Rose of Florida supports this. It is also becoming common knowledge that donor thinning after megasession FUE is a regular problem. Patients who are looking into FUE are doing so because the truth of the dangers of the procedure have been downplayed, hidden, or outright lied about. Mostly by anonymous online posters. If, however, a patient opts for a megasession FUE and is given informed consent in writing as to the disadvantages of FUE compared to FUT I have no problem with it all. Buyer beware. When a doctor offers megasession FUE without first offering the patient FUT and explaining, in writing, the disadvantages of FUE, he is doing a bad thing. Thank you for viewing and posting my video.
  15. The FUE cases I perform are smaller cases of a few hundred maximum for fill ins, repairs, and for patients who otherwise could not have FUT surgery. I posted many of them including video years ago but they get little notice because they are such small cases. Most of my FUE cases now are to remove parts of old plugs or minigrafts, usually on the hairline or in front of where the hairline ought to be, in preparation for a large FUT procedure. I have performed about 600 FUE cases but Dr. Bloxham insists I have done more. He may be right as I haven't kept a running score. If you include the use of FUE to remove old grafts and whittle down plugs on the hairline then you can put my number of FUE cases into the thousands. By the way, it is much more difficult to remove follicles from an implanted plug or minigraft so when doctors contact me on how to start learning FUE I tell them to offer this service for free (as I did). Patients love it and it builds great manual skill and confidence. I did hundreds of these for free in 2002 and 2003 before ever charging for an FUE session and use it regularly when performing FUT to "clean up" old misplaced plugs and minigrafts. Our mFUE procedure has been evolving over the past three years and we have seen enough results to settle on a final protocol that we are writing up now. Interestingly, Dr. Paul Rose of Florida just published an article that arrives at the same conclusion we did about donor area usage independent of us and from a completely different point of view. It was so exciting to read how his paper supported our findings that I called him and he was just as excited that our independent findings matched his. It's a bit much to get into the details now but we will make a video with Dr. Rose that details what we found and why. The bottom line is that FUE is too injurious to the donor area and an alternative like mFUE may well be the solution to the problem.
  16. This presentation is an excellent example of why FUE should be used in limited numbers and in limited cases. The photos Dr. Cooley shows of the donor area thinning is extremely common in FUE patients. In fact, Dr. Paul Rose recently gave a lecture and wrote an excellent article as to why even relatively small sessions of FUE can cause pathological thinnig out the donor area. This is a case of excellent patient evaluation and management. Well done Dr. Cooley and Staff. Dr. Alan Feller Great Neck, NY
  17. As always, some interesting debate indeed! Trix, Thank you for the "shout out," and for watching the videos. Glad you found them helpful. We truly enjoy making them, and will continue to do so. Most importantly, however, did you ever share any details about your specific case? Pictures, estimated graft number, age, familial hair loss, etc? This may help determine the best approach for you moving forward. Perhaps I missed it, but I didn't see any. A few other points I wanted to touch upon: FUT megasession versus FUE megasession: I disagree with the premise that a megasession is a megasession and both are an equal "gamble." Putting aside the yield issues -- and the best objective studies we currently have available do show a statistically significant difference in growth yield -- the FUE megasesion is a very different beast compared to the FUT megasession because of the donor implications. The beauty of FUT, and why I strongly push it for young patients with the potential for progressive and aggressive future loss, is the way it effectively utilizes the donor and leaves virgin tissue for future surgeries. With an FUT megasession, a strip of the best area of the donor is removed in it's entirety -- meaning the bald patches between the follicles are removed as well, only one area of damage is left behind (the strip scar), and the patient has the option for more FUTs (from untouched tissue), FUEs from above and below the linear scar, or a combination of both. Even if 0 of those 3,000 grafts grew for some unheard of reason, the patient still has excellent donor to pursue other options.The same simply cannot be said for an FUE megasesion. First, obtaining megasesion numbers -- which I consider 2,500 or above -- via FUE in almost all instances requires more than 2,500 attempts. So what should be donor damage from 2,500 grafts removed actually usually ends up being much greater. Second, in order to obtain these numbers without significant depletion one must hit the entire donor area in one shot -- and usually unsafe areas, but that's another discussion. This means the entire donor has been hit and there are no longer virgin areas to utilize in future surgeries. Not only can this be a problem if patients have more sub-dermal scarring, diffuse miniaturization from vascular damage, and grafts don't come out as well during the second round of FUE, but taking out more than *33%-50% of the total donor capacity risks unnatural looking thinning in the back (*the 33% number comes from a very interesting presentation recently presented by Coalition member Dr. Paul Rose). So you can really knock out an entire donor area in one pass with a megasession. And no, I'm sorry, but just "shaving it off" isn't an option for most patients who have had FUE in the donor -- despite what many are told. Here's an article I wrote about the difference between the two. I'm also going to share an image I included in that article. Not to be inflammatory, but to show some of the realities of FUE megasessions that we see in the office but are not discussed online. Article: What is a Hair Transplant Megasession? And here's the donor of a patient who visited us. He has FUE work done by many renowned "learning curve" advanced doctors in Europe: Obviously there was not much I could do for this patient -- who still actively wanted more work. He could have had the worst strip scar in the universe and I would have still been able to do another strip, do mFUE using the strip scar, or FUE around it. But nothing you can do when the donor has been hit by an FUE megasesion like that. And I do not think he will be shaving his head anytime soon. Lifetime graft number with FUT first versus FUE first: Kramer, as you can glean from my discussion above, doing FUT prior to FUE is the best way to maximize your lifetime grafts. If you're a young patient who is likely to have aggressive loss in the future, this is the method I almost always recommend.
  18. I'm glad they received good results from their FUE megasessions and are happy but they are in the severe minority. If you want to go by FUE cases that "show up" on this site, don't exclude those FUE posters who are very upset with their growth rates and final results. They are legion and they are not likely to come onto a thread like this one. If you want purely scientific evidence of the FUE procedure as compared to FUT look to Drs. Rassman and Bernsteins seminal paper where they introduced the FOX test. Fewer than 20% of patients produce grafts intact enough to be expected to perform as well as FUT grafts. Identifying these patients is impossible prior to actually performing the procedure. So, let's say 1,000 people get FUE surgery. 200 will have good looking results. That seems like a lot, until you take into account the other 800 patients who got poor results and can't get those grafts back. Think of standing outside of Las Vegas Casino. How many people do you have to interview before you find someone who beat the house ? But if you only advertise the winners you can mislead the public into thinking just about everyone will be a winner. There is no difference between the skill level of European FUE doctors over American ones. The only difference is the brute force European doctors are willing to apply. Brute force means simply going as fast as you can. Score the graft and rip it out quickly. This has been going on since 2002. To call this "progressive" is naive. As I said, lay posters don't know what they don't know. There is absolutely no significant difference between the different manual FUE procedures across the world. The only real difference are the individual physiology of the patients and the NUMBER of patients they perform the procedure on. The more patients you perform the procedure on, the more good results you can present. But make no mistake, most results are poor compared to FUT. By far. When you read that an FUE clinic got out 4,000 FUE grafts, what you don't know is how many ATTEMPTS were made to get that number. If it was 5,000 attempts you just lost 1,000 grafts you could have used in the future forever. It also explains the massive donor damage associated with FUE as well as donor hair thinning. See Dr. Paul Rose's article in the last publication of the International Hair Transplant Forum. The documentation and evidence against large FUE sessions is unequivocal. A "progressive" clinic would offer BOTH FUE and FUT. Most of the European FUE mills do not offer both because an FUT clinic requires more staff and overhead. Simple as that. Also, the medical malpractice laws are far more lax outside of the United States allowing European clinics to allow unlicensed technicians to perform entire procedures in practice or de facto.
  19. Female results after one year and one month after a strip procedures. Total follicular units 423: 233 - 1's 136 - 2's 54 - 3's
  20. Patient had a strip procedure and these are the results after 9 months Total follicular unit grafts:1829 444-1's 1177-2's 208-3's
  21. I just had 1350 done on my temples by Dr. Paul T Rose in Miami. So far I am very happy with the pricing, staff, procedure and the doctor. Because it was done on my temples, and I have long hair, I am already able to conceal it, and I'm only 2 days in. Almost all of the pain and swelling has gone away, and the area is clean. It is obviously too early to say it was a success, but I am feeling optimistic based on the initial results. My question is, will the initial transplanted hairs definitely fall out, or is there a chance they will survive and prosper? Thanks, MiamiHT Attached is pic day of surgery.
  22. Hey guys. I'm new to this site and glad that I found it. I am a 40 yr old Norwood 2a or possibly 3 and am really only losing hair at my temples with a fairly typical receding hairline that I can cover pretty well by brushing my hair slightly forward (which I am getting tired of doing as it looks like I am a 40 yr old trying to copy Justin Beiber). I am just beginning to research surgical options and becoming familiar with the lingo, surgeon names, etc. I recently consulted with Dr. Paul Rose in Tampa. His office is literally five minutes from where I live. The consult was great. Before hand, I spent about 15 minutes on the phone speaking with his coordinator who was very friendly and patiently answered all of my questions. The consult with Dr. Rose was also very good. He was very friendly and personable and not pushy or "salesman-like". He proposed 1000-1200 FUT grafts using the strip method for me (the thought of a scar doesn't bother me and his after pics of scars were nearly undetectable). He spent a lot of time very patiently answering the multitude of questions that I had and answered them all to my satisfaction. All in all, I left with a good feeling about Dr. Rose and feel like I would at minimum be safe under his care and at best could possibly get a great result from him. With this all in mind, I also don't want to limit myself to choosing him just because he is close and would consider traveling if there is a doctor who would give me a better result. That being said, I dont want to exclude Dr. Rose just because he doesn't have as many patients on here as some of the other popular docs do. Some other docs that I would consider, based on my research, are: Hasson, Wong, Rahal, the Shapiros (R & P) and Dr. Charles in Boca. Any thoughts/opinions that you guys are willing to share would be greatly appreciated, especially any Dr. Rose patients who have had long term results. Thanks, Mike
  23. Dr. Rose, Very informative post...and nice to see you back in the forum community. I also have some very sobering concerns with techs performing surgery that only a licensed physician should be doing. My understanding is that each state has their own medical board (where applicable) that oversees medical procedures including cosmetic surgery. But let's face it, the industry is basically unregulated and I for one am an advocate of all techs to be licensed and meet certain defined criteria that the industry (physicians) should establish among their peers. The use of consent and disclaimers from liability with no guarantee of results are still common practice. So the patient has little if any recourse should the worse occur. This is why communities such as this one and a few others are very helpful to provide the background and documentation of the good ethical surgeons like yourself. Hopefully, each and every individual will do their due diligence and homework so they not only understand both the risks and benefits, but also which surgeons provide the best services and results. Again, good to see you here Paul and as always, wish you and the family well...
  24. Well I am now 2 days post- op from my hairline work with Dr. Ron Shapiro and let me tell you that the whole experience was easy and even enjoyable. I arrived on Sept. 15 after almost missing my connecting flight due to a late take off of the 1st flight because of an airplane problem. I was hoping this was not a sign of things to come! I arrived in Minneapolis and went straight to Shapiro Medical center where I first met with Matt Zupan who by the way is a terrific guy.(everybody there was terrific) We discussed my expectations and a few other things and then Dr. Shapiro came into the room. We introduced ourselves ,again discussed my expectations , talked some more while looking at results of similar cases to mine and then he started drawing a new hairline on me. Dr. Paul Rose was there and came in to introduce himself. It turns out he is a guitar collector and player same as myself. I'm a pro by the way. I am also world renowned in the vintage guitar field so we spoke quite a bit about guitars. Dr. Shapiro and I discussed some more and then said our good-byes until the following morning Day of the procedure: I arrive at 8:30 am and Dr. Shapiro once again does some artwork on my forehead. We the proceed to the surgury room where I am made comfortable and given my meds which consisted of 20 mg valium , some antibiotics and one more which I'm not certain but I think may have been prednisone. After taking my blood pressure , I am now given the local anesthetic and the strip excursion commences . It took less than 1 hr from the time I was given the meds and anesthetics until the strip was removed and I was completely sutured. Incidentally, Dr. Shapiro will use both staples and suturing depending on the patient. He said I would be good for either and I chose suturing. My donor strip was 14 cm by about 1 cm and was estimated that size to yield about 1200 grafts. It turned out to yield 1584 grafts!! I was extremely pleased since I knew I was getting 384 grafts for free which represents a savings of about $1700. Dr. Shapiro remarked on how great my donor sight was and said I will never run out of donor hair no matter how I progress in the future. One of the assistant techs (I can't remember which one) also commented saying "That is going to be one strong hairline!" We were al gabbing so much and the time was passing so quickly that I forgot to ask about watching any movies or watching television. Lunch time came and went after which Dr. Shapiro finished up making the majority of the recipient sites. Dr.Paul Rose and Dr. Paul Shapiro (Ron's brother who is studying with Ron) both popped in every once in a while. We were all talking so much that at times they had to tell me to shut up because I was moving too much. LOL . It was only the last 1 hr or so that I found long since I never watched any movies or TV and at that point DR. Shapiro was doing the stick and place . Apparently the last hr or so is the fine tuning point and has a great effect on what the final look of a hairline will be. It was around 5:30 pm by the time I got out of the chair and after a few minutes of gabbing and getting my post-op instructions, we all said our good-byes and I walked back to the Hilton with my friend who had accompanied me on the trip. She incidentally spent the better part of the afternoon shopping at the Mall of America and spent a small fortune! That night we did not go out to eat and ordered room service and watched a couple of movies. I was not tired at all not did I feel any pain what so ever. There was very little bleeding for the 1st few hrs and after I changed the towel , there was none the following morning. The next morning I decided to wash my own hair instead of waiting to go back to SMG . At around 8:30 am we went back to SMG and Dr. Shapiro inspected his artwork. He took a macro photo of 1 cm2 to calculate density and figured conservatively at around 50 units by cm2. After about 30mins of inspecting and talking we said our good-byes and I reluctantly headed for the airport. Honestly, the whole procedure from beginning to end was so enjoyable and so easy, I would not have a second thought about doing it again if I should ever need it. ( I probably won't though.) I would highly recommend Shapiro Medical Group to anyone who is considering a procedure. I'll post some pics and I hope to put together a small website showing my new more youthful hairline as it comes in. That is going to be the hard part, trying to be patient and hoping the result meets my expectations.( I'm sure it will) Incidentally , at day 2, I have absolutely NO numbness anywhere on my scalp at all! Has anyone else ever gotten away feeling no numbness after their procedure? Morning before surgury. Taking pics just before procedure During surgury... Just finishing... Sutured donor site (pic taken that night) Morning after.....(wet) At the airport heading home....... closeup of hairline work 2nd day post-op befor morning wash..... [This message was edited by Bluesman on September 23, 2003 at 04:03 PM.]
  25. 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.
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