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  1. This week I was reviewing my hair procedure records and came across an interesting finding. We have had 9 patients who presented for hair consultation who on examination, were found to have skin cancer on their scalp who were treated for the skin cancer and subsequently had hair transplantation at our office. I would guess that I have had twice that number who were referred out for the skin cancer treatment and didn't proceed with hair surgery. Recall that the 3 types of skin cancer are basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma. Basal cell and squamous cell are related to sun exposure and often present as a pearly white or scaly plaque-like areas that may itch, hurt or bleed. Melanomas are thought to be contributed by sun exposure although many melanomas occur in places not exposed to direct sunlight including the retina of the eye, nasal cavity, and peri-anal areas. Melanomas are often lesions that are like dark moles and patients should look for the A,B,C and D warning signs on there moles. A is for asymetry, B is for border irregularity, C is for color change or variation within the lesion and D is for diameter larger than a pencil eraser. Everyone should have their family doctor do a thorough skin check yearly and people should check themselves periodically. Since sun exposure is contributory to 2 of the skin cancer types, and likely contributes to the third type as well, everyone should follow sun precautions such as sunscreens containing zinc oxide and wearing a wide brim hat. For patients with thinning hair, that hat instruction is particularly important, and don't hesitate to apply sunscreen on the crown. Finally, it is hard for patients to self examine the crown, even with 2 mirrors, so get checked yearly. As to the patients that we have transplanted after skin cancer surgery, we have had uniformly good results; but we wait 6 months or more, to allow for sufficient healing and adequate circulation restoration in any operated upon areas. And, if someone has had 1 skin cancer on the scalp (or anywhere) they have likely enough sun exposure to have another at some point in the future, so continued followups with the dermatologist or family doctor yearly are very important. Dr. Lindsey www.lindseymedical.com
  2. Dr. Mejia, I'll be happy to create a hair loss Q&A blog from it like I did with Dr. Lindsey's above. Feel free to post it on the forum or email it to me privately and I'll be happy to post it. Thanks for joining live chat last night Best wishes, Bill
  3. Gentlemen: I have done several threads on the effect of smoking on wound healing and agree with the sentiment of those of you who feel that if you are spending a bunch of money and smoking might compromise your result, don't smoke for 10 days BEFORE and after your procedure. Several studies, and malpractice insurance carriers, have documented PREOP smoking's effect on wound repair. In practice, it is not easy to infect the scalp of a healthy person with clean, not even sterile, surgical technique. For that matter it isn't easy to infect the face either as long as clean technique is followed. But, wound infection is just one end of a spectrum of poor healing. The other end is decreased blood supply and probably decreased oxygen supply at the wound edges. That wound can be either the strip itself, or each receiving slit. I say probably as I don't know if its ever been studied in hair cases. I can tell you as a doctor that I warn patients about all of this preop, have them sign a smoking acknowledgement form, and when I see them standing outside the office after their procedure smoking, I want to pull MY hair out. I have not smoked and I understand its powerful addictive qualities as both of my parents smoked until their premature deaths; but if at all possible, patients really should not smoke before and after surgical procedures. Its hard enough to go through the procedure and spend the money, give yourself every option possible for the best results! Dr. Lindsey www.lindseymedical.com Reston, VA
  4. Dr. Lindsey, Glad to see you back in the online world. Unfortunately, I have not received any emails from you. Be sure you are sending it to help@hairtransplantnetwork.com. I also look forward to your photo updates. Bill
  5. Dr. Lindsey, It's good to see you back in action. Thanks for posting. The postoperative pictures look good and he is certainly healing very well for only 10 days. I hope you'll update this photo album as this patient progresses. Thanks for offering more samples of your fine work. Best wishes, Bill
  6. Fred, I'm glad you had a positive experience with Dr. Lindsey. I hope you'll share your detailed surgical experience, graft count, and pictures with us by creating a hair loss weblog. Best wishes, Bill
  7. Well I have confirmed that William and coolwex are not the same person.... Members will remain skeptical however, of new posters who give glowing reviews without pictures, especially after a not so flattering opinion was shared. It appears to many as if the physician is doing "damage control" to cover up a negative with multiple positives. I honestly have no problem with this as long as experiences shared are legitimate. I am truly happy for both of you if you are both satisfied patients of Dr. Kiely. As the Associate Publisher, I'm certainly willing to keep an open mind. Keep in mind however, that a picture is worth a thousand words. Those who truly want to show their results (good or bad) are encouraged to post detailed pictures showing their before and after condition, and immediately post-op pictures if you have them. If you are indeed legitimate posters with genuine experiences, you are invited to create a hair loss blog to share your experiences and photo results. Best wishes, Bill
  8. If you search Dr. Lindsey's posts, he had a fine essay on the importance of building the hairline. Apparantly yours is a common question, as I always felt the crown rebuilding was most impportant. I guess it's personal, but he wrote that definately more bang for the buck by rebuilding the hairline.
  9. Dewayne, I am pretty sure you will be ok. A little bit of a burn won't be good for the transplanted area, but at the most, it will probably cause extended redness but won't impact the grafts and hair growth. Confirm this with your physician however, and perhaps Dr. Lindsey will give us his medical opinion also. Bill
  10. Dr. Lindsey, Bill or anyone else: Help me with this, please. Last Sunday I went to this fundraiser / classic car show at our local high school. Now, I'm 17 days out at that time and it was sort of overcast when I got there. I (like a dummy) didn't wear a hat and when I felt the sun affecting my scalp I went to the shade. I was there for about two hour. My scalp is a little red but I'm not sure if it's sunburn or just after effects of the tp. How much sunburn could do damage to a 2-week fresh hair transplant? Because, even if I got sunburned, I don't think it was by much. Thanks.
  11. Dr. Lindsey, Thanks for posting this. Even now after 3 hair transplants, if I am going to be in the sun for an extended period of time, I wear a hat that completely covers my head. I just prefer not to have to spray sun screen in my hair to try to get to my scalp, not to mention I'd like to avoid any painful burn that I can and of course, skin cancer. Bill
  12. Thanks for all of your input so far. Keep it coming. I've thought about a "doctor's only" type forum, but after seeing this concept causing some problems at Hair Loss Help, I'm not sure I want to do this. I do however, like the idea of obtaining articles on hot topic issues from our recommended and Coalition physicians. In fact, many of their thoughts can be found on our hair loss Q&A blog, and if you click on each physician profile, on the bottom left hand side, there is a link to their blogs. Some contributors include Dr. Feller, Dr. Hasson, Dr. Beehner, Dr. Siporin, Dr. Lindsey, Dr. Mejia, Dr. Keene, etc. Some articles were submitted to me and others I pulled off the forum directly. I do like the idea of something like "Hair Loss Stories and its Emotional Impact" as a possible forum. The "heros" idea is pretty good too, but aren't all who restore their hair heros? I don't know if I'd want to have a separate forum for that since in my eyes, every single balding man or woman who goes through this journey, to me, is a hero. But I'm not closed to the idea. notgoing2gobald....did you eat paint chips when you were a kid? . That was some funny stuff! Keep up the suggestions....great ones so far. Bill
  13. NN, This forum has always been my bread and butter (though not the way you mean it) since I found this place back in 2004. When I was new to hair transplant surgery, the veteran members of the time walked along side of me and gave me the support I needed to go through this journey. I am honored now to be able to give back to so many members of this community by helping direct them to a hair restoration solution that is best for them. I personally feel I treat forum members with a lot of respect and do my best to help them. If you feel I don't, I can't change that, but I'm sorry you feel that way. The recommendation process if anything, has only become more thorough over the years as we continue to evolve and re-evaluate it. It's not perfect (NN seriously, nothing is), but Pat and I do our best to be thorough in our surgeon evaluations before even presenting them for potential recommendation and then consider member input before making a final decision. This has all been stated above but I can't convince you of this. But if you go back on previous potential recommendation threads and physician removal threads, you'll see that patient member input is considered highly. Patient input has resulted in the removal of several physicians over the years. Somehow, you seem to think that your opinion should matter more than the others. I watched you complain about Dr. Lindsey's potential recommendation claiming that we don't listen to member input when the majority of the members agreed he should be included. "Unsolicited patient photos" is a nice concept but is not always possible. If we waited for patients to share their results from any physician we were considering, we would have zero recommended physicians. We do ask for patient pictorial evidence as part of the recommendation process, far beyond the scope of their website. I have had a number of physicians send me photos where I told them frankly, that they were not good enough. Pat and I often work with many physicians behind the scenes for a long time before considering presenting them for potential recommendation. This is an advanced web community with many people running it, many behind the scenes. Most people involved in this community work hard daily and full time to ensure this community is a free and open place for you to share your input. Physician financial contributions support and maintain this community and its devoted employees. Getting paid for what we do doesn't negate our ethics or our ability to do our job well. In fact, it gives us the ability to work longer and harder to ensure we are providing you (the patient members) with the best education and support possible. In fact, I would find it harder to trust someone who was running a forum community and recommending physicians on their spare time as this could be an indication that the evaluation process has been done haphazardly. As I stated above, this open forum is about accountability and transparency for all all, yes, including Pat and I. I appreciate that you are working to hold us accountable for our actions. But all I can do is try to assure you that we are doing the best we can to ensure we are only recommending those that meet our criteria. This is why Dr. Mohmand was promptly removed from being recommended on this community. Regards, Bill
  14. Alcohol can alter the coagulation of your blood even in modest drinkers who don't have liver impairment from excessive alcohol intake. I am not sure how long this effect lasts. Our reason for 10-14 days is so that all of the things we tell patients not to do is for the same time period. For example, nsaids like motrin and aspirin alter the platelets and the turnover time to reverse this is about 10 days. Same with many herbs. Same for smoking. So its easiest for patients to remember 10 - 14 days for all these things rather than telling them no motrin for 10 days, no green tea for 5, no alcohol for 6 etc. We use very small and densely packed 0.7mm slits. If someone is oozing from 3000 holes, it makes the entire case longer and harder. Finally, about 4% of the population has a mild bleeding disorder. Although a thorough history reveals alot of these folks, it is good to eliminate all preventable causes of blood thinning prior to surgery. Dr. Lindsey www.lindseymedical.com
  15. You are right Bill, Perfection is the enemy of good. Violation of that statement is often seen as the source of problems in cosmetic surgery, child rearing, and marriages. Dr. Lindsey
  16. I just finished seeing a delightful 62 year old lady who has hairloss. She has some other medical issues that may be contributing to her problem and may be correctable, but she and I had a nice discussion about my philosphy on female hair transplantation. We discussed that my Hair practice is 98% male patients and that in general, if I take a man and frame his face with a nice tightly packed hair procedure, or correct a vertex bald spot, I can usually make him extremely happy. Even men with very little hair, can often achieve superb results by framing the face with what is left in the donor region. However, women with even mildly thinning hair often are driven to come in just by the magazines they pass by on the way out of the grocery store. They may expect and demand the thickness of hair displayed on the front of Cosmo or People magazine, and to give them anything less may make them terribly unhappy. In my experience, I can only be confident that women will be REALLY happy with a hair transplant if: 1. They have a very focussed defect, often from an overzealous facelift removing the temporal sideburn tufts, or from a burn etc. OR 2. They particularly notice their hairloss along their hair "part". For both of these groups, we offer a dense packed true follicular unit transplant and find that these ladies are consistently satisfied--after 1 year. I see a fair number of women who have had 1-2000 grafts placed in diffuse male pattern baldness by other groups nearby, and these ladies are not happy. Even if I can explain to them that much of the hair that they currently have is from their transplant(done at another doctor's office) they still are upset that they don't have the hair they had in their youth. So for this women, I asked her to get a thorough medical workup for correctable causes of her hairloss. I told her that I couldn't help her now(contrary to what she says she heard from a consultant at a practice nearby) but to keep me in mind and if her part became significantly thinner, I would be happy to see her back and discuss options. I would much rather her be an informed and realistic consumer who felt she got treated fairly, than for me just to take her cash and to give her a less satisfactory result than she deserved. I guess it worked, as she called her 35 year old son while here and made him an appointment. Dr. Lindsey www.lindseymedical.com
  17. Dr. Lindsey, Good points. I would think however, that every female patient is different just like every man is. Most men I'd imagine would WANT if possible to come out looking like one of the men in GQ magazine with a perfect head of hair but this is simply not realistic. Simply put, a physician can only work with within the limits of finite donor hair and nobody losing their hair (especially those with extensive baldness) should expect to have "perfect" results. But cosmetic surgery is about improvement, not perfection. In my opinion, patient and physician should work together to come up with realistic expectations and go over all benefits and possible risks before proceeding. Best wishes, Bill
  18. I just finished seeing a delightful 62 year old lady who has hairloss. She has some other medical issues that may be contributing to her problem and may be correctable, but she and I had a nice discussion about my philosphy on female hair transplantation. We discussed that my Hair practice is 98% male patients and that in general, if I take a man and frame his face with a nice tightly packed hair procedure, or correct a vertex bald spot, I can usually make him extremely happy. Even men with very little hair, can often achieve superb results by framing the face with what is left in the donor region. However, women with even mildly thinning hair often are driven to come in just by the magazines they pass by on the way out of the grocery store. They may expect and demand the thickness of hair displayed on the front of Cosmo or People magazine, and to give them anything less may make them terribly unhappy. In my experience, I can only be confident that women will be REALLY happy with a hair transplant if: 1. They have a very focussed defect, often from an overzealous facelift removing the temporal sideburn tufts, or from a burn etc. OR 2. They particularly notice their hairloss along their hair "part". For both of these groups, we offer a dense packed true follicular unit transplant and find that these ladies are consistently satisfied--after 1 year. I see a fair number of women who have had 1-2000 grafts placed in diffuse male pattern baldness by other groups nearby, and these ladies are not happy. Even if I can explain to them that much of the hair that they currently have is from their transplant(done at another doctor's office) they still are upset that they don't have the hair they had in their youth. So for this women, I asked her to get a thorough medical workup for correctable causes of her hairloss. I told her that I couldn't help her now(contrary to what she says she heard from a consultant at a practice nearby) but to keep me in mind and if her part became significantly thinner, I would be happy to see her back and discuss options. I would much rather her be an informed and realistic consumer who felt she got treated fairly, than for me just to take her cash and to give her a less satisfactory result than she deserved. I guess it worked, as she called her 35 year old son while here and made him an appointment. Dr. Lindsey www.lindseymedical.com
  19. NN, Thanks for the welcome. To review my comments in other blogs, I did very few hair transplants while I was on faculty as an assistant professor at the University of Virginia and subsequently George Washington University. I was mainly a reconstructive surgeon. But after going into private practice in 2001 I began to increase my hair practice. Dr. Tessler's comment is correct that a new surgeon doesn't have the experience to know how to avoid problems and may not have seen his results "grow in". Dr. Tessler's comments also address staffing requirements. To get back to your query, it took me several years to get 1. consistent staffing and 2. consistent calls for hair work. Now I feel that we have reached the point where we have EXCELLENT staff using all microscope dissection, and a track record of highly satisfied patients--some of whom post on this and other sites. Lastly, I proudly acknowledge the large volume of facial plastic surgical patients that I have worked with and include them as satisfied patients. And I have stated that I am transitioning to focus on hair, now that the staffing, track record, and business demand is allowing. You brought up a valid issue, one that I have addressed elsewhere as well on this and 2 other sites. I hope that this helps. Dr. Lindsey Reston, VA
  20. Dr. Lindsey, I wondered about your response on this thread. For a physician to do 300 HT's in 12 years is really not demonstrating a lot of experience in my opinion. Here you state 300, but on your website you mention that you have over 1000 satisfied patients? Not to put you on the spot, but this sites main purpose is for public accountability of physicians. Welcome to the forum.
  21. I am intrigued by this thread. My background is Ear Nose and Throat in which I did my residency. After that I, like many doctors-probably the fellow you are discussing-did a one year American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship. Now there are lots of fellowships, and doctors, like everyone, learn at different rates. At the end of my year, I submitted 1974 op notes--thats a ton of experience. Nevertheless, most doctors, me included, learn the most in the first 20 cases that they do completely by themselves. So I will say that it is prudent to go to someone who has a few years "under his belt". Having done 2800 facelifts, 2000 eyelids, 450 noses, 300+ hair transplants, I can say that I am significantly better than I was in 1996 when I just completed my fellowship. However experience isn't everything. Times change, and so do procedures. For example, I learned just at the end of minigrafts and small plugs which worked well for my fellowship director during his 20 years of experience. However, now, we do true follicular unit grafting and use custom made 0.7mm blades to create sites for the grafts, which are dissected by staff using Mantis microscopes only. So in picking doctors to consult with, look at a variety of things. One should be how much experience they have had, another is whether they have evolved their technique over the years, another is results you see at their office or posted on sites like this, and finally, the doctor ought to be someone you think has an honest and realistic approach to the services he offers. We try to put forth an open and honest approach to potential patients, but recognize that some patients will NOT be candidates. They may have unrealistic expectations, other medical issues, or occasionally not enough donor hair for the treatment they need. We would rather NOT do surgery until both the patient and doctor are prepared, than to sell someone something that is not appropriate for them. So, do research on sites like this, check out the doctors' sites for before and after pictures, and go for consultations with the doctor in person. Good luck, Dr. Lindsey www.lindseymedical.com
  22. Happy, Thanks again for sending another of your friends. See you in 2 months. Dr. Lindsey www.lindseymedical.com
  23. I think I lost a lot of hair prematurely when I had my procedure at 25; but I can't be 100%. but my "thickness" might have lasted 2 months or so. Have you checked the Dermmatch or Toppik? I think the strip is preferable unless your talking hairline, but I'm no expert. P.M. Dr. Feller or Lindsey and ask for a phone consult. That's what I did. I spoke with 6 clinics over the phone while they looked at my pics. Call Jotronic or some of the others on here who do this for a living. Personally, I think if you sprinkled some Toppik in you'd never know you were thinning.
  24. Framing the face is key. Whether you have a huge supply of grafts and can do the "entire head", or a limited supply, framing the face results in the biggest cosmetic change per dollar spent or per hair transplanted. In other threads I have used the analogy of a car's hood(frontal hairline) versus the rear bumper(vertex). Most people are more concerned about a dent on the hood or a dirty hood, than on the rear bumper; so work on the front first and keep that face framed. Dr. Lindsey www.lindseymedical.com
  25. PGP, Until I became recommended by the HTN site, I couldn't post my website. Please view it at: www.lindseymedical.com I would be glad to see you and or your friend for a consultation at the office also. Dr. Lindsey
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