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  1. Dr. Scott Alexander implanted 2305 grafts in the front of this patients scalp in order to repair a previous surgery performed locally a few years ago. The patient came back in to follow up and to express his gratitude to the Dr. You can see the great transformation here !! Regards Spex Pre Op Dr Scott Alexander 12 months post op Dr Scott Alexander
  2. Hello fellow forum community, I’d like to share with you all my personal story of hair loss restoration in hopes of helping those who may see this, and be able to provide them with information, and more importantly, hope for a brighter future. Well, what can I say.. It’s been one year to the date since I had my hair transplant surgery with Dr. Scott Alexander and his fantastic team at the Biltmore Surgical Hair Restoration center on December 19, 2016, and I would like to share my journey leading up to and throughout today’s one year anniversary with you all. The Beginning: Hair Transplant #1 In 2009 while still in college I started to notice for the first time a thinning and receding hairline. As most of you could imagine at this younger age in life, it was completely devastating to my self-esteem, self – confidence, and self – image. I was so blindsided by this new look, it was as if I had awoken to a new me literally overnight. After weighing several options of how I would tackle this new burden I rushed towards a hair transplant surgery the very first moment I had. Little did I know what I’d be getting myself in to.. Back then, although it doesn’t seem that long ago, Bosley commercials seemed to be plastered everywhere, and the young me was on a mission to resolve my hair loss ASAP. Within the week, I had scheduled a review meeting and the then anticipated procedure date with their Beverly Hills office. Soon thereafter, I had undergone a FUT hair transplant with one of their doctors (whose name I can’t remember) for roughly 1,100 – 1,300 grafts. Unfortunately I can’t remember the exact amount. As I was in the midst of the early stage of recovery, I happened to be in Las Vegas flipping through the channels on the TV and saw a Bosley commercial pop up, and coincidentally saw the same doctor who performed my FUT surgery in the commercial! As I look back on that day, I admit I was too young back then to really realize how I should’ve felt about seeing that commercial that day, but I didn’t, and I thought nothing of it. Round Two: Hair Transplant #2 Several months later my first hair transplant experience was a success… a very lucky success as I would later realize. The Bosley FUT hair transplant, for what it’s worth, gave me several years (seven to be exact) of a care free type of life style (in relation to my hair). Unfortunately as with ageing, what was once a restored hairline had begun to thin once again, and I knew I would have to embark on a second procedure. This time around, I did my due diligence and I researched for several months what was the best route and option for me, while also reading numerous Bosley horror stories.. As many years had passed since I had looked in to researching this matter, the technology in this field had grown significantly and I wanted to make sure I knew all about it. I can certainly say that this forum was a true gem in answering all my questions, and sufficing all my queries and needs with the abundance of pictures, and doctoral input throughout the many threads available within this community. After the several months of researching hundreds of threads and viewing probably over a few thousand pictures of how many grafts this person had vs. how many grafts that person had, and who they went to, and how they had it done, I became dead set on proceeding with Dr. Scott Alexander. Through my initial conversations with SPEX on behalf of Dr. Alexander, I felt more and more comfortable with proceeding with my second hair transplant journey with the Biltmore Surgical Hair Restoration center. The key and what was the most important factor to me after thoroughly doing all of my research was that Dr. Alexander himself was the one who would be performing the procedure, and not a blind draw in the hat of who would be doing it e.g. Bosley.* After several conversations with Dr. Alexander, I had scheduled my second procedure with him and his team on December 19, 2016. We planned for a 2000 graft FUE procedure that utilized the ARTAS system for extraction, along with dipping the grafts in Acell, then utilizing Dr. Alexander’s lateral slit technique for insertion for that natural look. As the surgery date approached, I flew to Arizona from LA and was housed at the beautiful Biltmore Hotel – Arizona, which happened to be designed by Frank Lloyd Wight.. truly a sight to see and a very comfy hotel to relax at post – op. On the day of the procedure I arrived bright and early, ready to embark on this new journey. After briefly talking with Dr. Alexander, and taking the initial photos pre – procedure (below), we began on the surgery. The procedure went off without a hitch and Dr. Alexander, his team, and the ARTAS machine worked magic over the next several hours. Before I knew it, it was all over and was time to go back to the hotel. After discussing all of the post op procedures I’d have to follow, including getting on finasteride, I was on my way to a new me! Since then, I’ve had tremendous growth in which I am very happy about as you can see below. I feel like I once again have the ability to cut, crop and maneuver my hair in to new styles whenever and as often as I want, without the caring of who’s noticing a thin spot, as there is no more thin spots! So.. enough from me.. let’s let the pictures do the talking. *******************************************************************************************************************************
  3. 2235 FUT - 9 months post op his session with Dr Scott Alexander Phoenix Az. Patient very happy and sent over his updates and raving about his new head of hair and rightly so ! Further growth come too!! Regards Spex
  4. That is a pretty good FUT scar from Bosley. Their results really were not that bad and they at least had the hairline in a conservative placement. He looks much better Now with the added density. Dr. Alexander did a great job.
  5. Background I am a 34 year old male with light and fine hair. My hair was blonde, but as i have aged it has fallen out and the hair what has remained has turned a light brown. I first was teased about a receding hairline at age 12. My natural hairline was a "W". I noticed hair falling out after towel drying my hair. I went to my doctor at age 16 and was told that it was just genetics. That made me feel self conscious for some time. For at least a decade I have occasionally researched hair loss treatment. I did my best to accept my hair was it was, and for the most part i have felt fine with my hair loss. I am not one of those guys who struggles emotionally due to my hair loss. It turned into more of a "I wish i had more hair" or just the slow sinking feeling in my stomach when i saw pictures. Perhaps that's vanity? I generally just tried not to focus on it. Out of sight, out of mind. Finding My Doctor This past summer I had a deviated septum repaired in Beverly Hills. My surgeon, out of the blue, suggested a hair transplant surgeon that he had seen good work from. I did a lot of research and felt comfortable enough with FUE technology advancement that I was pretty sure I wanted to give the transplant a go. I spoke to many surgeons via email, watched countless Youtube videos, frequented surgeon websites, emailed back and forth with Spex, and of course, followed progress on this forum. After multiple skype/phone/email sessions, I decided that Dr. Alexander was the right doctor for me. I thought for sure i could find a top-notch surgeon in Los Angeles, but the doctor i felt was the best was in Arizona. Go figure! Why I Chose Dr. Alexander I was 99% firm on FUE. For years the FUT donor scar is what kept me from going forward with a HT. I sent pictures to Dr. Alexander. He reviewed and we had a Skype session. He was upfront with me in that my hair loss was progressive enough that protecting and optimizing the use of my donor hair was important. Due to this, he strongly recommended FUT. My stomach sank, so I stepped back from booking an appointment. For a couple of months I researched donor scars, Dr. Alexander's work, reviewed pictures that his staff sent me, and ultimately decided he was right in that I needed to make best use of my donor hair. This became especially important since I have been very resistant to using Finasteride. Dr. Alexander estimated 2400-2600 grafts needed for the frontal area of my head. He said he couldn't do my entire head in one session, so he suggested we wait on the crown. I wanted a one-and-done, but I trusted him as the expert. I am a scientist with an analytical mind. The other doctors I talked to simply had a "trust me" approach. Dr. Alexander instead was upfront about his techniques. He spoke specifically about: the density he targets, how he projects long-term hair loss and will transplant around that, how he uses smaller blades to increase HT density, and the "lateral slit technique". Why don't other doctors give more specifics on their specialization with this cosmetic procedure? I was impressed. Hair Transplant Procedure I flew out the day before surgery. I saw Dr. Alexander and he took a look at my hair. i was pleasantly surprised when he indicated that i had more hair in the center of my head than the pictures indicated. I was told that a total reconstruction would be done of my forward third, as that was the best way to ensure it would look good forever. Dr. Alexander sketched a hairline, we discussed it, and ultimately i told him to do what he felt was best. I went to the Biltmore Arizona Resort after the pre-op visit. This resort was booked by Dr. Alexander's office for me. It is really nice historic landmark. I wish i had more time to enjoy it, but I was there on a mission. The quality of the resort did put me at ease, as I didn't have to worry about accommodations whatsoever. The morning of the procedure went just as I had expected. I woke up eager and anxious, grabbed a protein bar, hit an Uber and arrived at 7:30am. The doctor again took pictures, gave me some (optional) Xanax, sketched a final hairline, and numbed me up. The donor section was removed. This all went relatively quickly, I would say within the first hour. I chatted with the doctor while he worked. The Xanax i was given started to kick in, which made me very sleepy. When Dr. Alexander started making the graft holes he said he needed to focus, so a movie was put on. I lasted about 5 minutes before I fell asleep. I woke up for lunch, which was provided. I was able to take a peek at the team of four technicians dissecting my donor hair follicles. It looked like a true lab, which made me feel at home! After the quick lunch, the doctor sat down with me and explained what was going to happen next. I had an unexpectedly high donor removal of 3000 grafts, despite my thin donor hair. I was going to get a surprise 500 grafts in my crown area. Score! The technicians showed up and began to implant the follicles. I did feel pain, but once I said something they had the doctor numb me up again. Sure enough, once that was done I was asleep in five minutes. I did a very poor job getting through that one movie! I was woken up at 5pm and told all was done. I wonder if i snored? Post-Surgery and Recovery I Ubered back to the resort. The staff gave me a bandana which was much better than my hat. I went to my room, ordered room service, kicked back and wondered, "what the hell did i just do to myself?" The pictures i snapped looked good, but I am definitely concerned that I'll have a large embarrassing donor scar. I'm a worrier by nature, so time will tell. I took my pain medication and passed out. I slept a lot in that 24-hour period! The next morning i showered per the post-op instructions and made my way to the airport. I wore the bandana and my hat. Just as Spex advises on his website, I told security that I had a "procedure on my head" and they let me go through without removing the bandana. Super easy and nothing to worry about. Even if I had to take off my bandana, i wouldn't have cared. As i sat at the gate i was my chatty self and told an old couple about the procedure. I didn't feel any shame, but I did keep my head covered. Once home, i went back to my regular routine the best I could. The only real problem I have had has been being comfortable while sleeping. The donor site is very sensitive, so laying on it is still quite uncomfortable. The first few nights I also found myself feeling very itchy. That has subsided quite a bit. Plan Moving Forward I have fair skin so I plan to be aggressive with recovery. Spex has advised Aloe Vera and distilled witch hazel a week post-op. I will do that after my stitches are removed. I have been taking Biotin and MSM. I have been gentle with the grafts and will continue to do so. I am working from home this week, and am a bit nervous about how I will look when I return to the office on Monday. I'll post pictures to share progress and thoughts. You will see this progress with me, the good or bad. I generally am very private, but I want to help others on their journey. Let's see how this works out...
  6. This patient came into see Dr Scott Alexander last week and was mindful he wanted a quick unhindered recovery period due to his working role which as many know the recovery period is a massive issue for most. See this recent HT surgery whereby Dr Alexander and his team performed the surgery without shaving the recipient area down. This takes added time and dexterity by Dr Alexander and team and one of the few clinics prepared to help perform non shave ( and do it right ) in order to help patients out when the Dr feels is appropriate and safe to do so by non shaving down the recipient area. . We will keep you up to date with pics. Regards SPEX
  7. Hello fellow forum community, just wanted to update this thread as it has been practically 2 years since the procedure. Where has the time gone!? I have to admit, I've been able to cut & style my hair in a manner in which I was unable (or really unwilling to) before the procedure. Now I have no fear of however I feel to style my hair every morning, or fear of it being un-styled due to other factors, such as a windy day. I just recently met with Dr. Alexander last week, as he made a trip to LA, where in which I was able to express my gratitude to him for forever changing my appearance to a more youthful look. I also met Spex in person for the first time too, who initially before the procedure, was a mass amount of help with regards to all of the questions and concerns I had. Spex will add some photos following this post, of when we all met last week. The analogy of "night & day" difference isn't enough to compare where I came from to where I am now. I truly can't express my gratitude enough for Dr. Alexander, his team, and Spex. If I had to do it all over again, I wouldn't change a thing. Cheers.
  8. Hi everyone, Dr. Alexander and Spex were in Los Angeles today so I had the opportunity to meet with them face to face. After my last post I had a Skype session with Dr. Alexander, but pictures are limiting, especially with fine hair like mine. Lighting makes a huge impact. I met with Dr. Alexander again because I am pleased with his work. His strip scar work was phenomenal and my frontal third looks natural, so if I do ever decide to proceed with another procedure he'll undoubtedly be whom I trust! The questions I had today was whether the doctor and Spex recommended further density added to the front, to handle the crown, or perhaps live as is. (Dr. Alexander will actually tell you if no procedure is best.) After inspection in person, both concluded that my frontal third looked quite good and natural for my profile/genetics/etc. The consensus was to do a one-and-done FUT on the crown. The doctor felt I had minimal risk to the mid/bridge section if maintained properly. Note that this is different than the previous pictures seemed to reveal. (Great news!) Spex went as far as saying I had a LOT of hair in that area. Whew! Now that I have more data I'll consider my options. I was concerned another procedure would lead me to the "chase", but Dr. Alexander and Spex both felt crown attention may be my final unless technology really progresses in the future and i kept at proper maintenance (even without fin). I however dread the idea of another strip procedure recovery, just because of the cosmetic strain involved. I was reassured the second time around is easier, and I can actually envision that based on experience and surgery location. No pictures as things are the same as before except some more gradual loss in the crown. And lastly... I can absolutely confirm that Spex's hair looks incredible in person.
  9. This patient came to Dr. Scott Alexander already on finasterdie and holding well. He opted for 2000+ FU via FUTand here are his 1 year post op results. Patient has very fine hair but as you can see a fantastic result. Regards Spex
  10. Dr. Scott Alexander implanted 3199 FUT grafts, 1500 of those were implanted in the crown. This result is already coming in very well as you can see at this early stage. A result of first class work . We will update this topic in coming months as patient already over the moon and keen to return back for follow up pics. Regards Spex 6 MONTHS POST OP
  11. Hello, I went in for an HT with Dr. Alexander about one month ago, and thought I'd share my experience with those of you who might be thinking of choosing the good doctor for your procedure. I had been thinking about getting a transplant for a couple years before actually making the decision to do so. I was living outside of the U.S., and didn't really have any good options for doctors where I was located. Anyway, it certainly gave me a lot of time to think about it and do my research. After looking through possible options and reading through the threads on this board, discovering Dr. Alexander wasn't too hard. His reputation here is top-notch, and I had even exchanged a few e-mails with Spex regarding some questions and concerns I had. Plus, the fact that his office is just a little less than an hour's drive away from my home helped make the decision even easier. I had my FUT procedure done on July 11th. Spex and Dr. Alexander, after having seen photos I had sent them via e-mail, both thought I would need a little over 2,000 grafts to get a nice result. As you can see from the photos I attached, my hair-loss wasn't that extensive (at least, I like to think so, anyway...). Anyway, on the day of my procedure I was greeted warmly by the doctor and the staff. I actually had my consultation with the good doctor the day of my surgery, since I had been out of the country up until that point, coming in beforehand for a consultation was impossible. Like he had told me before, he concluded that 2,100 grafts would be about right. He drew the lines to show me where they would be grafting the new hair (see 'JRPREOP' pictures) and a shortly thereafter, we began. I certainly won't bore you with the details of the procedure, as I imagine everything is pretty standard. The doctor numbed the back of my head and removed the strip of my scalp with little to no discomfort at all. The most 'painful' part was the injections he gave me to numb my scalp! After the strip had been removed and the doctor sewed me back up (I couldn't say with accuracy how long this part of the procedure took) and three or four technicians extracted the individual hairs, the grafting process began. This part of the procedure was relatively comfortable as well. During the grafting process, however, I felt a dull ache/pain in my upper-neck area. I simply thought my neck was stiff from not having moved for some time, but it was the numbing solution that was beginning to wear off from wear the strip had been removed. I mentioned this to the doctor, and he hit me again with a couple more injections, and I was good to go. I believe we officially began the procedure around 8 AM and were finished (after having taken a break for lunch) by around 4:30. While I wouldn't say the time flew by, I would definitely say that I was comfortable throughout the procedure, and when I wasn't chatting with the doctor or the technicians, I just passed the time watching movies (of which there are many to choose). After the procedure (see pics JRIMMEDPOSTOP), I was given a packet of papers that told me what I could expect and how to properly care for my scalp over the following week. I was prescribed antibiotics and some pain pills. The first couple of nights after the procedure, I would wake up because of the pain from where the strip had been cut, but the pain pills that were prescribed to me dealt with that quickly enough, and after a few days, I started having 'wake-free nights.' I went in to see Dr. Alexander yesterday for a follow-up. He said everything looks great, and answered a few more questions that I had. I was mostly concerned with the bit of redness that remained. I will be going back to work abroad shortly, and was hoping the evidence of having gotten a procedure would be gone before I started working again. Dr. Alexander is confident that my scalp should look "normal," by then, so I was happy to hear that. I have also included my 1-month post-op photos (see JR1MONTHPOSTOP). There is minimal hair growth so far (naturally), but it shows how the redness has faded from the grafted area. Overall, I had a total of 2368 grafts (635 Single, 1433 Double, and 300 Triple follicular units). The doctor originally estimated I would need 2,100, so that's all he charged me for. I had a great experience and would recommend Dr. Alexander and his staff to anyone looking to get an HT procedure done. I will keep this thread updated with updated pictures. If anyone has any questions, I'd be happy to answer them. -SogeKing
  12. Hi Guys, Please find below this phenomenal result in my opinion from Dr Scott Alexander and his team. Patient received 3500+ FUT with Acell with Dr Alexander. This is yet again a fantastic natural dense result from Dr Alexander. Patients need make sure you do you research and when choosing a surgeon make sure they are capable of achieve the absolute best result possible for YOU. FYI - Dr Scott Alexander and I are in LA on Thursday November 29th performing 1:1 consultations. If you are in the area and would like to meet with the Dr and myself please feel free to email me : support@spexhair.com to schedule an appointment. Regards Spex
  13. Hi all, this patient came to Dr Alexander for a frontal hairline rebuild. You can see the fantastic results after 6 and 12 months via FUE ARTAS 2087 grafts. Pictures show Pre op, Immediate post op, 6 month, 1 year post op photos. The patient is 32 years old and on finasteride. Regards Spex
  14. LA Consultations with Dr. Scott Alexander Please feel free to come along and discuss your hair loss concerns and your situation with me and Dr Alexander on Thursday 29th November 2018 as we will be conducting consultations in LA. This will be a good opportunity to discuss any concerns you have about your hair loss and obtain an accurate and honest assessment on your hair transplant requirements by a world renowned leading hair transplant surgeon. Feel free to email me directly at Support@spexhair.com to arrange an appointment. Dr. Scott Alexander’s results are second to non and can be seen here on this forum to help you get a good idea of what can be achieved in his capable and experienced hands. More info can be found here : https://www.spexhair.com/hair-loss-consultation-with-spex/ Regards Spex
  15. A link to results from my first 11/2016 FUT (3109 grafts) hair transplant w Dr. Scott Alexander can be found in my previous post here: https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/47443-my-recent-3109-fut-grafts-transplant-experience-w-dr-alexander-of-arizona/ Hello, As promised, I am updating you on results from my second FUT transplant (2520 grafts) w Dr. Scott Alexander. I traveled to Arizona on 9/18/2018 and met w Dr. Alexander in the afternoon of the same day to discuss/agree on game plan for my next day FUT. My primary goal/program minimum was to cover the crown area and program maximum was to add some grafts (if my donor would allow/there are any left) to the most needing areas in the front. My hope was that I could get a mega session of ~ 3500 grafts and use about 3000 to cover the crown and the rest to add some density in the front. Dr. Alexander examined my donor and told me that due to the need to remove the old scar and leave me only with (the new) one, he does not think that he could get that many. He further stated that he will be happy if he could get ~ 2300-2500 grafts and that this will allow him to get a dissent coverage of my large bald crown area. The next (surgery) day - 9/19/2018, I got to the clinic (Dr. Alexander has moved his practice to a very nice new building /office) early and we were able to start right after Dr. Alexander drew the areas that he wanted to work on my scalp. We started the procedure at 8:00 am and finished about 5:00 pm. The procedure went very smoothly and I had no pain and due to the fact that I requested 0.5 mg of Xanax instead of 1 mg, I was not dizzy and quite alert especially after 2:00 pm. Dr. Alexander is a master of his art, his team works as a well oiled machine and as you can see from the pics he/his team were able to get 2520 grafts and to completely cover my large crown area and also add some grafts to where they were needed the most in the front. I am very happy with the outcome and now will be waiting to see how it turns out. I think, I should be seeing a beginning of a new growth by the 4th month. I am very well aware of how long it will take for it to fully mature and will wait for an year and perhaps 2-3 more months before I could see the final results from this second procedure. I will update on progress now and then. All the best, Dr. P (pics coming shortly - tonight)
  16. Hi guys, In my experience viewing pictures and watching surgery few surgeons have the unique skill and ability to design a hair line in such a way that it looks natural and is also the appropriate density with number of FU. Density and naturalness combined with hairline being "age appropriate " are a key and vital area to consider when selecting your surgeon and if you are focused on hairline work it is vital you meet patients in person to gain a good feel for the appearance of the hairline post op. Any good surgeon will be able to put you in touch hopefully with a local patient or it might mean you need travel to view but an important part of your research process in my opinion to gain a feel for naturalness and density. Remember too there are factors to consider such as hair calibre and characteristic too - A great surgeon knows how to combine these, many surgeons however don't so do your research. This recent session sent to me by Dr. Scott Alexanders office in Phoenix prompted me to start this topic to gain feedback from others. In my opinion this is going to be a remarkable hairline - great design and density so a good combo of the factors. Patient here has recieved 2646 FU. Thoughts from any posters on hairlines as input is always welcome. Regards Spex
  17. Hi guys, Please find below just a selection of results and patient experiences with Dr Scott Alexander, Phoenix AZ. Website : Dr Scott Alexanders website Article on Non Shaving : Non Shaving - Dr Alexander RESULTS Dr Scott Alexander - 3500 FUT with ACELL Dr Scott Alexander - 2883 FUT 2084 ARTAS FUE with Dr Scott Alexander Dr Scott Alexander - 2942 FUT 6 months post op l Dr Scott Alexander 1982 FU with ACELL 2105 FU Crown restoration with Dr Scott Alexander 6000 FUT with Dr Scott Alexander Phoenix AZ 2255 FU with Dr Scott Alexander Dr Scott Alexander 2029FU - Phoenix AZ 2872 FUT with Dr Scott Alexander. 2800 FUT with ACELL - Dr Scott Alexander Phoenix AZ Dr Scott Alexander 2552 FUT - CROWN restoration CROWN RESULTS by Dr Scott Alexander Dr Scott Alexander Phoenix AZ - 2384 FU 9 months post Op - Dr Scott Alexander 2508 FUT Dr Scott Alexander 2000 FU result - Phoenix AZ 1756FU adding DENSITY with Dr Scott Alexander 6 months post op - 1400 FU into the CROWN with Dr Scott Alexander 2848 1 year post op - Dr Scott Alexander 2814 FU - Dr Scott Alexander Dr Scott Alexander patient 1 year post op 1913 FUE with Dr Alexander Phoenix AZ -ARTAS 2896 FUT with Dr Alexander Phoenix AZ 1503 FU with Dr Alexander 2112 FUT with Dr Scott Alexander 12 months Post op REMARKABLE result with Dr Scott Alexander Female patient 6 months post op - Dr Alexander Phoenix AZ CROWN result by Dr Scott Alexander - 2549 FU 3192 FUT - Dr Scott Alexander Phoenix AZ 2469 FU result by Dr Scott Alexander Patient Experiences : http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/181863-procedure-dr-scott-alexander-12-9-15-a.html http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/182487-dr-scott-alexander-phoenix-az-patient-write-up-3100-fut.html http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/181806-travelling-uk-phoenix-see-dr-scott-alexander-my-3rd-hair-transplant.html http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/180860-results-2000-fut-w-dr-scott-alexander-april-1st-2015-a.html Dr Scott Alexander 2. Dr Scott Alexander is a class act http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.co...t-surgeon.html 3. Experience with Dr Scott Alexander http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.co...xander-md.html 4. Dr Scott Alexander Experience http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.co...alexander.html'>http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.co...alexander.html'>http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.co...alexander.html'>http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.co...alexander.html'>http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.co...alexander.html'>http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.co...alexander.html'>http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.co...alexander.html 5. My Great experience with Dr Scott Alexander http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.co...xperience.html 6. 9 months post op with Dr Scott Alexander http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.co...alexander.html 7. Dr Scott Alexander, Phoenix AZ http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.co...hoenix-az.html 8. My 2nd Hair Transplant with Dr Scott Alexander http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.co...alexander.html 9. Dr Scott Alexander - Arizona http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.co...xander-az.html'>http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.co...xander-az.html 10. 2000 FU experience with Dr Alexander, Arizona http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.co...alexander.html 11. 2200 FU experience with Dr Scott Alexander, Phoenix http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.co...00-grafts.html 12. Great experience with Dr Alexander http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.co...alexander.html 13. 10 months post op with Dr Scott Alexander http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.co...h-post-op.html 14. 2000 FUT with Dr Scott Alexander, Arizona http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.co...alexander.html 15. 2462 FU with Dr Scott Alexander 4 months post op http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.co...-4-months.html 16. 2900 FU experience with Dr Scott Alexander, Phoenix Arizona http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.co...alexander.html 17. Experience with Dr Alexander http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.co...16-2013-a.html 18. 650 FU with Dr Alexander, Arizona http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.co...xander-az.html Regards Spex
  18. This patient is 1 year out from a FUT procedure in our clinic. He is very pleased with his results.
  19. Hi guys, See yet another fantastic Hair Transplant performed by Dr. Scott Alexander in Phoenix Az who with research you will see is without a doubt one of the very best HT surgeons avaialble due to number of documented results, ethics, skill and honesty. Pics below : Pre Op, Immediate, 8month post, and 1 year post op photos 2751 grafts FUT Regards Spex 8 months 1 year post op
  20. Patients in and around the Arizona area need look no further as clinics cant simply compete with Dr Scott Alexander in my opinion! The naturalness, skill and expertise are second to non. This patient is local to the clinic and recently called in to thank Dr Alexander after a year post op. This man received 2800+ Grafts with Acell from Dr Alexander a year ago - He was already on 1mg finasteride daily for a few years. His appearance is somewhat different now ! Well done Dr Alexander and team as usual knocked the ball out the park with this incredibly natural result! Regards Spex
  21. Hello, I am incredibly proud and excited to announce that as of today I am officially Dr. Scott Alexander’s patient advisor. I have admired Dr Alexander’s work for many years and I’m incredibly proud to now be part of his clinic. My recent visit to his office in Phoenix, AZ was incredibly enjoyable and enlightening and I'm looking forward to working alongside him and his patients daily. I will be assisting him and all his patients on a daily basis as I do the other surgeons I represent, answering patient questions whilst relaying Dr Alexanders personal opinion in relation to patient consultations and treatment plans. I very much look forward to working with all his patients throughout their hair restoration journey and being there to help support them along the way with any questions and guidance. Dr. Scott Alexander’s reputation precedes him and he is without out a doubt one of the worlds leading hair transplant surgeons and it is an honor to be asked to be a part of his clinic. Dr Alexander is a hair transplant patient himself is a unique asset he has in my opinion over many surgeons. Please feel free to contact me directly on support@spexhair.com with any questions. For anyone who is yet to be made aware of Dr Scott Alexander and his abilities as you may be very new to the forum please see below only a small number of Dr Alexander's patient testimonials and results to show the caliber of surgeon he is. Regards Spex
  22. Hello, For the past 10-15 years I have experienced a gradual hair loss to a point that last year it became very bothersome. I had almost no hair left on the top of my head as well as on the crown area (see pics blow, perhaps Norwood 5a?). So, about 3 months ago and with some encouragement from my wife, I started researching online for some hair restoration options. At the end of my research, I decided that the only option to pursue would be a FUT hair transplant. I have interviewed two of the most reputable hair transplant surgeons out there (one local and one out of state). I visited both clinics in person, and at the end I have selected Dr. Scott Alexander in Phoenix, Arizona to perform my FUT surgery. I scheduled the procedure for Nov. 30th, 2016. A day before that, my wife and I flew to Arizona, rented a car and drove to the Arizona Biltmore Waldorf Astoria Hotel (~ 2 miles away from the clinic). The stay at this particular hotel was arranged by Dr. Alexander's staff. We woke up early on the morning of the surgery, I took a shower, had a breakfast and headed to Dr. Alexander's clinic. My wife dropped me off at 7:30 am and returned to the hotel. Surgery day started with drawing of the hairline (Dr. Alexander redrew it couple of times until we were both satisfied). I have to admit that I was somewhat worried about the procedure basis all prior reading that I have done. In particular, I was worried about the "painful" anesthesia injections that some patients commented about. Obviously, each person's sensitivity and pain tolerance is different. To my pleasant surprise, the shots were not painful to me. There were more like perfectly tolerable stings. The very first round of shots stung a bit more but once those were done, the second one was nothing :-). I felt perfectly fine. There was no pain whatsoever for the rest of the surgery. Dr. Alexander removed the strip from the donor area and informed me that he should be able to get quite a bit of hair/grafts. Later in the afternoon I was informed that they got 3109 grafts (630 1 hair, 2301 2 hairs and 178 3 hairs). I was quite pleased by the amount of grafts that they were able to harvest. Following the painless incisions on the recipient sites done by Dr. Alexander, three technicians started placing my grafts. Somehow, they managed to work on my head simultaneously! About three hours later they were done. The surgery lasted until about 6:00 pm. Following the surgery, we headed back to the hotel. The next morning when we woke up, I switched my pain medication to a single Tylenol pill. By lunch time I felt that we could fly back home. For the next 3 days post surgery I felt fine and just took a single extra strength Tylenol pill now and then to manage discomfort from the donor area. Overall, I am extremely pleased with the procedure and the excellent job that Dr. Alexander and his staff performed! I think they among the very best at their art. I will update this post with pictures as time passes by. Dr. P. T.
  23. Hi all, Yet another masterpiece in the making at only 8 months post op with Dr Scott Alexander Phoenix Az. Patient is now 6 months post op and coming in well !! Look how w natural the hairline is now with only more growth to come through over the next 4-6 months to bulk things up. Regards SPEX
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