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  1. Hi guys, I wanted to make a new topic to highlight the incredible work Dr. Lindsey is doing. He is an absolute stellar surgeon who Ive had an FUE sessions with myself and he is in my experienced opinion one of the most ethical straight talking Drs around. Many of you regular readers will know what a good guy he is as he dedicates a great deal of time to the forums helping educate readers by answering questions and posting results along with informative videos. Only the other day it was highlighted yet again to me what a great stand out Dr he is as he had a patient in his office quite literally pleading with him to perform surgery due to the patients anxiety surrounding his hair loss. This patient had been told by 3 other local clinics that they would all gladly perform a 2000+ FUT session on him. Dr Lindsey categorically turned him down and spent an hour with him talking him down and explained in depth to the patient he was not a candidate and why. (The patient has very minimal loss and is only 21 years old! ) This is just one example of what a gentleman he is and why I'm proud to represent and work for him and in turn help him gain the exposure he deserves as he puts the patient first. If anyone reading is interesting in gaining a very accurate and honest appraisal by Dr William Lindsey of their hair loss and hair transplant requirements then feel free to reach out to me to me via email anytime : support@spexhair.com Even if you do not use Dr Lindsey for your session i highly recommend you use him as a bench mark as to how you should be treated and looked after for your session. See a range of his results and patient experiences here to help : 1. Spex FUE session with Dr. William Lindsey 2.My Experience with Dr William Lindsey 3. 2600 session with Dr William Lindsey 4. My FUE with Dr Lindsey 5. Success with Dr William Lindsey Washington DC 6. My awesome procedure with Dr Lindsey 7. My Hair transplant surgery with Dr Lindsey 8. Very happy I chose Dr William Lindsey 9.Thanks Dr Lindsey for 2400 FUT session ! 10. Patient shares his Dr Lindsey experience - 4536 FU via FUT 11. 6 months post op 3500 FU with Dr William Lindsey A great patient testimonial on video : Educational Videos by Dr William Lindsey View Dr William Lindsey's Video library Visit Dr Lindsy's Articles Dr. William Lindsey's Hair Transplant Article contributions A range of videos where you can get a good feel for Dr Lindsey and his personality and approach. -
  2. Hi everyone. Been reading up here a ton and looking at surgeon options. I've already had a consult at Dr. Parsley's office after high recommendations here. However I didn't meet with him but rather with his associate, Dr. Waldman. I really liked Dr. Waldman personally, but can't find any reviews of his work here or anywhere else. It's hard to discern his work from Dr. Parsley's, though I'm confident Parsley wouldn't partner with a surgeon who is sub par. So just wondering if anyone can vouch for Dr. Waldman's work, OR recommend anyone closer to Tennessee. I met with Dr Fisher years back. Liked him, but also can't find much by way of reviews, other than that he's expensive. Dr. Cooley and Konior are also on my short list. Both their reputations precede them, so if I were to go with either of them it would simply come down to price. Thanks for any input! Big decision!
  3. Here's early followup on a young lady that we did an eyebrow repair case on. She'd had 2 cases done elsewhere and still had low density. I've asked her to spin by in 6 months or so and let me get some final shots. I'd prepared her for a possible touch up before we started, but she already looks good and hasn't fully grown in yet. The video is: William Lindsey McLean VA
  4. I did see the dermatologist at kaiser to get a prescription for prooecia 3 months ago .. the first thing he said to me when he first saw me, he said I was going to be bald . , like Bruce Willis .. I was like really is it that bad ? Im 38 n I have no known history of baldness in my family .. me n all 3 of my brothers are Norwood 1. I didn’t even think I had mPB I thought it was just my bad nutrition n me smoking n drinking all the time.. he’s a young doctor ,, a dermatologist with no hair loss .. he doesn’t specialize in hair .. dude didn’t even check my hair for miniaturization or do anything..when I told him I wanted a dht test before I started prophecia so I can have a baseline measurement to see if propecia is working for me after 1 year ... he said there is no dht test .. so I googled it for me him .. then he felt stupid .. n got me the test ..( which came out normal not high n not low .. same with my testosterone level , when I left his office he was like I’m the most knowledgeable patient he has that knows about hair .. in my mind I was like dude this is not what I want in a doctor .. u need to know more than what I can research online .. or don’t be my doctor n telling me imma be bald .. but yeah I can see where he’s coming from I’m having a lot of miniaturized hairs all up top n In the hairline .. I lost a lot of density in the past year .. but bald ? Like Bruce Willis , n Mr burns ?N why he got to say it so mean . .. that’s why I be feeling like imma be bald n started to look into a hair transplant .. .. I also went for a hair consulation with the local doctor that had a 4 star review in my city .. I didn’t even get to speak with him .. had a 10 minute consultation with the sales manager that said yeah You thinning on top n tried to get me to try their artas robot 8.50$ graft n $1500 for PRP.. I got the heck out of there .. it was obvious they don’t care bout me , it was just the money ..they weren’t hair specialists, they just do it on the side ..their main business was facial treatments n boob jobs .. ... I had an online consultation with dr William Rassman , he didn’t rush me into a transplant n wanted me to get a face to face consultation first to do the hair check test n miniaturization test to see where I’m thinning n future hair loss will be n wanted me to be on prophecia first to prevent shock loss ..n also check out their open house to see results of their past patients . But I live 6 hours away.. since Rassman only does FUT , his partner Jae Pak does the FUE so he Pak would do the surgery . n when I talked to Dr. Pak he seemed like a straightforward guy .. when I said I wanted to do the artas robot .. he said I shouldn’t .. that manual FUE was better .. even though they could of made more moneh with the robot $8.50 for the Artas n $8 for the manual fue .. n they also hold patents on the robot .. they helped invented it .. that showed me they don’t need the extra money but rather have me get good results .. so I feel I can trust them with my hair .. I just don’t like that the techs do most the work he just draws the hairline n do the incisons.. I’ haven’t cut my hair for 3 months now so If I have my hair transplant now I can cover up the surgery easily by combing my hair forward n no one will know I had Surgery.. they also fit my schedule .. since I booked it 2 months ago n it’s not too far of a drive .. i don’t want to travel to far at the moment .. I be all by myself n it be a major hassle .. .. if I were to go somewhere else .. Dr. Nader seems kool, he’s cheaper n does most of the work ..
  5. Hi again .. thanks for the comments.. n concern My transplant surgeon is with dr. Jae Pak / William rassman in Beverly Hills .. they are not on the recommended list of doctors but they know their stuff .. they are pioneers of the industry but a bit conservative which is fine with me since my procedure is small n I rather not have them Fuk up .. I want to lower my hairline and do my temporal points to make my forehead look smaller .. then for once in my life I can comb my hair up , instead of hiding behind my bangs .. .. I’m getting married next year to my 25 year old girlfriend .. that’s why I want to do my transplant now , so in October 2018 I be good to go . I look young right now , So no one can tell my tell true age .. if I let my hair recede to a Norwood 3 . I’m going to look my age . N there’s no way imma feel confident in myself to be with her .. confidence goes a long way.. that’s y I’ve always been able to date younger girls .. Also I chose them because they will do a bulk measurement hair check . N miniaturization test to see where I’m balding .. to have a master plan in the future .. ideally if this transplant goes well .. I won’t need another until 5 years hopefully ? Then I will choose a cheaper doctor that’s top notch that’s on the recommended list of this site .. going international for my 2nd transplant to save money .. a couple months ago I felt very depressed .. I went to general doctor n dermatologist at kaiser .. I knew more about hair transplant than them .. I felt so sad .. felt like my hair is just falling out n no one to help me .. this website has given me a lot of hope n knowledge .. so now I have a game plan .. please provide your comments n experience with your own hair loss or transplants .. thanks
  6. Hello everyone. I've been browsing this forum over the last few weeks before I decided to proceed with an FUT hair transplantation with Dr William Lindsey in McLean VA on 12/7/2016. Decision on Doctor: I had 3 consultations at different places. I was originally leaning towards FUE as I tend to keep hair shorter. 1st I went to Bosley in King of Prussia with John Bagley (consultant/sales). Went ok. He recommended 2000-2400 grafts. He said the Dr would be Dr. Michael Cornwell in Philadelphia. I couldn't find much information or reviews on this Dr and most on here recommended staying away from Bosley. My 2nd consultation was with Koher Medical (Bobby Monroe, consultant/sales). He was a little more upfront than Bosley w/ recommending FUT over FUE in my situation for my 1st transplant. The doctor would have been Dr. Grant Koher (I think). He seemed to not be 100% sure who the doctor would be as they are based in NC but do procedures in different areas in the East. My last and final consultation was with Dr. Lindsey. This was by far the best consultation. This was the 1st of 3 appointments where I actually met with the doctor that would do the procedure. And in the office it would be done in. He also had me come during a time when he was doing another case. I was able to visit the patient, ask questions and see a little of how the surgery is performed. How great is that? He was completely honest in his recommendation. He recommended FUT so I could get more grafts for the money and preserve my donor area. He also recommended packing these in the front instead of sprinkling them around like other docs said was possible. I just had too much loss for that to be effective. I decided that night to proceed with Dr. Lindsey. Was an easy decision. On to surgery day. I followed pre-surgical instructions and arrived at his office at 7:30am. We got started right away. I took a valium or 2 and started with the numbing shots. For the most part, pain was very minimal. Nothing worse than getting a shot for a cavity at the dentist, just many times. Once everything was numbed up, it was pretty painless. I'll document how the surgery went in the photos below. Overall, the surgery could not have went smoother. You could tell Dr. Lindsey has done this thousands of times. Dr. Lindsey did a majority of the surgery (numbing shots, strip extraction, strip sutures, PRFM shots, all slits for grafts). Wendy, his assistant did all the placement of the grafts. He had a team of 4 others who worked on the strip/preparing the grafts. Surgery Post Op: Surgery was complete about 2:00. We headed home to York, PA around 2:30. I took 2 pain pills at 2:30. Minimal discomfort throughout the afternoon. Sharpest pain was in donor area about 6:30pm when those pills wore off and probably some of the numbness wore off at same time. Popped two more pills and another about 8:00. Slept in recliner (which I have been doing anyway for 3 months after shoulder AC joint reconstruction surgery). First Seven Days Post Op: I continued with pain pills as needed for first few days. Mostly just stinging and discomfort in the donor area. Recipient area is still pretty numb after 7 days. Have never had any pain in recipient area. Followed cleaning instructions. Will detail this more in photos. I emailed Dr. Lindsey twice throughout the week with photo updated and he responded quickly to both saying everything looked great. Drove back to office on day 7 to get sutures removed. That stung a bit as I didn't really have any numbness in donor area after 7 days. Only soreness I have now is between crown and right side stitches. I think some of the swelling has settled there and is slowly moving out still. Final Review I have been ecstatic since I left Dr. Lindsey's office on how the whole process went from consultation until now. I can't recommend him and his team enough. I will continue to update this post with how things are going. If anyone has questions, feel free to ask. Thanks again to all other users on this site for the valuable information I received before making this decision on a hair transplant.
  7. Hi all. First post after years of perusing these threads. I'm seeking any feedback on Dr. Waldman. I had a recent consultation at his Louisville office after years of intermittent correspondance with his partner, Dr. Parsley, via email. I really like he and his staff, but I'd like to know if any users here have had transplant procedures by him. When I originally because the correspondence with Dr Parsley, it was because he is so revered on this forum, and close to my home. Now that I've waited years for an official consultation at his office, I understand that nowadays he is only in the office very sparsely, and his partner Dr. Waldman is more readily available. I couldn't find a single review of Dr. Waldman on here, so even though I got a good vibe from him and also trust that Dr Parsley would be scrutinous about who he partners with, I'd still like to real-world testimonials first as this is a big decision. Thanks in advance!
  8. Hi all, I've been lurking on this forum for the past couple of months. Tremendous resource and I know so much more than I did just a few months ago. I have decided that I am going to get a hair transplant to restore density to my hairline and fill in some of my temple angles - although I would be interested if folks here think I am doing this at too young of an age/stage of hair loss... First the basics: Age: 29 Location: Virginia, USA (East Coast / Mid-Atlantic area) Age I started losing hair: Probably really started to notice it around 20 years old. Past Surgeries: None Treatment: Taken Propecia for the past 3 years. It definitely helped. I think it probably added some density in the crown and mid-scalp areas but the temples are still continuing to recede, albeit at a slower pace compared to when I wasn't on propecia. I've used Rogaine on and off but I never felt like it was doing much and it would sometimes give me an itchy scalp so I haven't used it in about 12 months. Ideally I'd like to get off Propecia because I don't like messing with my body's hormones like that and I've felt like the libido side effects have hit me at times (but never bad enough to stop taking the meds). But I am pretty sure that if I were ever to do that then my hair loss would come back with a vengeance...so I'm sort of on the fence about future propecia usage. Most likely procedure: I'm leaning towards FUT Strip at this point Based on a lot of research and consultations I've narrowed my list down to four top doctors (all prices have been converted to $USD so these prices will fluctuate a little bit with exchange rates). Also each doctor's treatment plan / pricing structure is slightly different but I assumed 2,500 grafts so that I could do an apples to apples comparison: All Prices converted to $USD: Dr. Pathomvanich in Thailand - $2.66 per graft for a total cost of $6,700 Drs. Hasson & Wong in Vancouver - $3.91 per graft. Total cost of $9,500 (this price factors in a $800 travel credit) Dr Rahal in Canada - $3.88 per graft. Total cost of $9,700 (this price factors in a $1,000 travel credit and $1,500 in taxes) Dr Gabel in Portland, OR USA - $4 per graft + $500 setup fee = total cost of $10,500 I'm basically looking to balance price with skill/quality. As far as I can tell all of these doctors are very skilled and widely respected. Dr Path is significantly cheaper than the other three (and I go to vacation in Thailand once a year so I was thinking I could kill two birds with one stone and do the surgery while I'm there anyways.) That being said, if the consensus is that one of the other three doctors is far and away a much better surgeon then perhaps I'd reconsider and spend the extra money... I'm leaning towards Dr Path and just scheduled a surgery date for mid Feb'17 (I still have ~10 days to cancel without any penalty though). The price is right and he seems to be quite well respected but I have some concerns: 1. It sounds like his nurses do all of the graft placement - he only handles the strip removal and lateral slit incisions. I would prefer that my doctor is involved in every step of the process (even though I understand it would be impossible for him to plant every single graft) 2. I came across this very negative HT experience that someone had: http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/175559-dr-path-poor-results-stay-away-him-3.html 3. In that same thread there are a number of people chiming in saying that Dr Path's results have gone downhill in the past year or two. 4. On the other hand, I have gone through countless threads posted by both patients and by Dr Path himself and the results seem good so I may be allowing a few negative experience to stress me out too much 5. Dr Path received very strong endorsements from Dr Wong (2006) and Dr Parsley (2002) I'd love to get some feedback on (1) How appropriate a HT would be for me at this point in time (2) Which doctor to go with. Thanks everyone! Also, a quick guide to the photos: The ones with a buzzed head are from 2013 and 2014 - As you can see it looks like I'm destined to be a Norwood 6..but Propecia has been very helpful in halting and reversing some of this. Still, noticeable receding hairline and miniaturization of hairs in the front. The one taken outdoors in a grey t shirt was done with pretty wet hair to fully showcase my hair loss The ones outdoors/indoors in a brown jacket were taken at a BBQ so they are showing what the hair looks like in the wild when it is recently cut and styled (hair doesn't look nearly as bad in these angles). No concealers. The selfie style with a sweater on (taken while I'm seated) is probably the best representation of what my hair looks like these days when it is dry and styled normally (no concealers or anything else were used in this photo). The mid-scalp and crown are perfectly acceptable but the front third, hairline, and temples, are what bother me at this point. Lastly, the selfies with no shirt on are what the hair looks like when I comb the hair forward to illustrate the hair loss (I never style my hair like this though)
  9. I visited Dr. William Lindsey in Virginia last Friday. I sat and talked with the doctor twice; saw and talked to an actual patient who was four days out from a transplant; and spent at least a couple hours talking to Wendy, the doctor's assistant. It was probably not just the best hair consult I have had, but maybe the best consultation for anything I have ever had. I wanted to say thanks to both the doctor and Wendy.
  10. You should contact Dr. William Lindsey, too. I believe he was a plastic surgeon before doing HTs and seems to have a few closure techniques for scar revision. http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/139919-complex-scar-revision-dr-lindsey-mclean-va.html
  11. 47 y/o WM was skeptical of the value of meds and reluctant to use them. Hair loss was rapidly becoming a NW VI. A trial was given using 1/4 tab of Propecia (0.25mg finasteride) daily along with minoxidil 5% foam twice daily. Also, alternating Head & Shoulders and Nizoral shampoo was used. Results at 1 and 2 yrs, showing all hair restoration cases don't have to be treated with surgery. Sometimes surgery can be avoided or at least delayed.
  12. Uk hair transplant clinics = big time fraud I have been to see the so-called consultant from UK hair transplant clinics; I did see a chap named Paul Hill. I got a bed feeling from the start, as it was obvious he was no more than a pushy salesman with no interested in me or what was best for me, all the alarm bells rang straight away. The consultation was a hard sell from start to finish with the so called consultant having minimal knowledge of hair transplants and no interest in discussing anything except for how urgent it was for me to get this done a.s.a.p. to take advantage of the great limited time offers they have, I should preferably pay the deposit there and then or I might loos out on the deal, it reminded me of a door to door salesman offering double glazing! This guy has not had a hair transplant, his hair looks pretty poor and his only semi-medical training seems to be from his teeth whitening business. I walked away from the consultation thinking how desperate people that book with them must be, its obviously nothing else than someone trying to make a quick buck selling something rather then someone that has experience or knows what he is talking about. After the consultation I received an email with pretty great looking before and after shots, I almost starting thinking, hold on now, maybe I wasn’t fair to them, maybe I just had the consultant on a bad day and the clinic is actually pretty good, these results where after all pretty fantastic. After looking at the photos for s little while I realised that I had seen some of these photos before somewhere else. All the fantastic before and after shots they have are stolen from the following coalition hair transplant doctors (none of them works I the UK or has heard of the UK hair clinic): Dr William Parsley - Hair Restoration Surgeons, Hair Transplant, Surgical Hair Restoration, Hair Transplant Cost, Hair Loss Treatments, Hair Loss Doctors | Parsley-Waldman Hair Center, Louisville, Lexington, Nashville, Knoxville, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Chicago, St. Lo Dr. Michael Meshkin - Dr. Michael Meshkin*Hair Transplant Surgeon in*Newport Beach,*California Dr Robert H True - Hair Clinic New York, New Jersey, Boston Dr Bradley Limmer - Bradley Limmer, MD*Hair Transplant Surgeon in*San Antonio,*Texas Dr Sharon Keene - Sharon Keene, MD*Hair Transplant Surgeon in*Tucson,*Arizona I have added a screenshot here with the photo from ukhairtransplantclinics.co.uk on the left and on the right you will have the original photos from Dr Robert H. True (Hair Clinic New York, New Jersey, Boston) I am sure that him the rest of the doctors will see this and take action against this scam clinic. Here is a bit more about the consultation: It was all about me loosing the change of a good price if I didn’t act quickly, here are a few phrases from the email: “Because there are now only a few surgery dates available for the promotion Please call me on 0800 043 0993 if you have any further questions or would like to arrange your treatment.” “In order to qualify for the above promotional savings the following would usually be necessary: 1) Make a surgery booking within 7 days of this letter “ At the consultation you indicated that it would not be possible for you to be treated in the promotional period, I have now spoken to our manager, who has agreed to hold the price until the above date, as long as you pay a deposit, in the next 7 days. Believe me in person its worse than this! I wanted to share this with the rest of you to make sure you don’t waste your time going to these consultations and even more importantly don’t get ripped off by paying anything to this company.
  13. 34 y/o WM comes in with diffuse miniaturization in an early diffuse patterned hair loss. He seemed a good candidate for medical treatment before considering surgery. He was placed on finasteride 1.25mg daily along with 5% minoxidil foam twice daily. Results are at 14 months.
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    Questions to Ask the Surgeons

    Make sure you have these written down and any other questions you can think of. Also if at all possible take someone with you you trust as your emotions will be running high and its easy to forget to ask the relevant questions. 1.What kind of procedures do you perform does the clinic perform ie. Strip, FUE , BHT - if so for how long and ask to see results and be put in touch with actual patients. 2. What type of donor closure does the hair transplant surgeon use? Does he use sutures or staples, and why does he use his chosen technique? What type and size of instruments does the hair transplant doctor use to make recipient incisions? 3.What is the length of time that this hair transplant physician has been performing hair transplant surgery?Ask about his credentials and experience and governing bodies he /she are assosiated with. 4. How many hair transplant technicians are employeed with their clinic? What is the length of time each hair technician has worked for the clinic? 5. Ask if you are a good candidate and ask for an explanation to why? Ask to see similar comparisons. 6. What is the state of your donor region and how many grafts does the doc feel can be safely harvested in one session and via multiple surgeries / methods? 7. Gain an estimate of how many grafts you require now and also how many are likely to be required in the futured based on your goal. 8. How good your donor laxity and how you can improve this prior to surgery IF required. can they demonstrate 9. Make sure you discuss YOUR exact goals (hairline, temples, forelock, crown, hair density, hair coverage, etc) 10. Ask how many grafts the doctor will use in your balding area 11.Ask if your goals are reasonable and if they can be met with your hair characterisitcs. 12. Establish how suitable you are for a HT in their opinon. 13. Very importantly ask if you can meet or talk to previous patients in similar circumstances to yourself. Also ask to see testimonials and plenty of photos. 14.Ask about costs involved eg. prices of consults(if applicable), amounts per graft and additional aftercare, medications etc as most clinics vary from some degree and its good to know exactly where you stand! 15. Can I get a reduced fee for short notice surgery? Travel reimbursement?and ask how long their wating list is. 16. Discuss medications such as propecia and finasteride to help prevent further loss. Ask if they can perscribe? 17. Does this hair transplant clinic dissect hair grafts from the strip using a microscope? 18. Ask about post op and pre op instructions. Can you have a list (hardcopy) 19. Can you record the entire consultation? If no, walk out. 20. Have they had any HT surgery? If so who with? Red flags "Just had a cancellation and we can see you next week." Discounts Special deals Cold calling by consultants or doctors No results to show No patients to speak to or see Small number of staff ____ Feel free to visit my website: SpexHair Representative and Patient Advisor for: Dr. Bijan Feriduni, Coalition Member,Dr. Alan Feller, Coalition Member , Dr. William Lindsey, Coalition Member and Dr. Scott Alexander, Coalition Member I am not a medical professional and my words should not be taken as medical advice. All opinions and views shared are my own. I am salaried by all the surgeons I work for.
  15. 36 y/o WM with a 10 year history of gradually worsening hair loss came in wanting a transplant. We decided to check the response to medication first. The results at one year are presented, but it is currently just as strong 6 years later. Sorry I didn't take a "before" picture from the left side but I think the thinning was obvious. He is very happy and doesn't desire surgery at this time.
  16. This 72 y/o WM with modest donor hair had one session of FUT grafts. He was a NW 6 and just wanted to frame his face.
  17. I find it kind of difficult to get a good amount of post on any one doctor in particular and wish this was structured a little better. I had my first FUT transplant when I was 18 years old back in 1999. I didn't do much research on my doctor and reviews were not as easily accessible as they are today. I ended up with a decent transplant and slightly wider than average scar do to the placement of the incision being too low. My second transplant I did at the age of 24 so sometime around 2006. This time I thought I'd try a reputable company or one that seemed to be. I chose MHR and they did what I thought was an alright job but my scar was much wider than before so I had them do two scar revisions. After the second leaving me with a scar of about 1cm when a bad scar averages about .4cm I called it quits. Both transplants and scar revisions were painful procedures and I left with blood all over my head. I was counting down the minutes between pain pills and left with scabs all over the back of my head which made suture removal painful as well. Over the years I've had a ton of bad haircuts as a result of my scar and was left wearing a hat for several months at a time until my hair was long enough to cover the scar. This prompted me to look into fixing my scar and adding some density to my hairline. I started looking at places and educating myself around 2011 when I found out more plastic surgeons have now taken on the job. This was a great relief thinking that they should be able to make more precise incisions and have better techniques for suturing to ensure a smaller scar. I never followed through with it. In 2015 I decided to finally do something about it and this is when I met Dr. Lindsey. He is an interesting guy that I could relate to and we share some similar hobbies. This made me feel at ease but in a way uneasy as well. He has a different approach or bedside manner than most doctors but don't let that run you off, he does good work. After my scar revision with Dr. Lindsey in January of 2016 it brought to light all my past mistakes. For one I didn't feel like someone was just ripping away at the back of my head and stuffing grafts in the front. It was a very easy going procedure and I felt at ease. There was no ripping or pulling at the back of my head when he removed my scar or placed the sutures. He talked his way through what was happening so I was aware. Oh and the extra hair/grafts he removed from the scar he placed instead of throwing them away like my last two scar revisions with MHR. 5 days post op, I have no swelling, very few scabs on the grafts and absolutely no scabs, from what I can see, on or near my suture line. This was an eye opener for me and I wish I could say he is some miracle worker but in all honesty I think he just takes pride in his work. I didn't leave all bloody and he cleaned both sites (donor and recipient) before wrapping my head in a clean bandage. Overall a great experience and I would recommend him. I will post pictures in a week or two and then in 6 months once my scar has taken on its true size. Hopefully it will stay small or inside of the .4cm mark!
  18. Bill - Managing Publisher

    What is Scalp Micropigmentation?

    Scalp micropigmentation or SMP (the process of tattooing the scalp to promote an appearance of naturally growing hair) is becoming an increasingly popular procedure for balding men, especially those who’d like to maintain a closely cropped head of hair with an appearance of stubble. This intriguing procedure is frequently used to camouflage widened scars from previous hair transplant strip procedures. However, some hair transplant surgeons have begun utilizing this procedure to aid in thickening the appearance of naturally thinning or transplanted hair. But is scalp micropigmentation for everyone? What are the benefits, limitations and practical usage of this procedure? Is scalp micropigmentation a viable alternative to hair transplant surgery? Scalp micropigmentation isn't a new procedure, but due to its increase in popularity, some hair restoration physicians have begun to investigate and even incorporate it into their practice as an adjunct to today's state of the art hair transplant surgery. For more information, you are encouraged to read some of the articles below: Scalp Micropigmentation - A Viable Alternative to Hair Transplant Surgery? Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) to Conceal Hair Transplant Donor Scar: Is It Permanent and Undetectable? The Advantages and Disadvantages of Hair Restoration Through Scalp Micropigmentation Dr. William Rassman now Offering Scalp Micro-Pigmentation (SMP) at his Los Angeles Office Use this forum to discuss scalp micropigmentation, its advantages and disadvantages and share your results. Best wishes, Bill
  19. 62 y/o WM with NW6 pattern with 3,500 FUT to top of scalp. Result at 3yrs. Plans are for 2nd session to increase density. Patient started dying his hair after the first session grew in.
  20. 52 y/o female with 10-15 year history of gradual hair loss in the frontal scalp. 1300 FUT grafts were placed into the frontal hair zone. Results at 7 months.
  21. You know everyone? I sit here tonight after going for a nice drive thinking about my usual problem that strikes me every day of my life. Yes, it's suffering from a receding hairline for the past 10 years and I'm now 40 years old. Here, I am a guy that likes to dress professionally, take care of my body, always wants to be presentable in life in every situation. I have been married for 18 years and have a great family and career. I like to play amatuer golf tournaments and am actually good at it. However, I never thought in my wildest dreams, that as a kid, I would have done so well for myself and my family to live so empty after accomplishing everything and not be able to control this Hair-Loss cancer that has affected me more than anyone would care to know. I am really sad, so I wanted to write this submission to this community to help get this out of my system. I just can't believe or even explain to anyone the grief I have dealt with over the years with my hair. I can't even explain myself or express my pain to anyone of the issues that I try to hide and monitor on a daily basis. I can't even explain to anyone how many times I look into the mirror while I am using the bathroom checking the status of my situation. I can't explain how it feels to sit at a bar to see your reflection in a mirror facing the bar while you are trying to relax and have a beer. I can't explain how it feels when I have been out in the rain and feel great physically but then go inside to dry off just to stand their in front of a mirror in horror to stare at someone that is not you. I can't explain how it feels to take a shower every day and dread getting cleaned up because you know that you will need to dry your hair and be forced to stare at yourself while you attempt to cover up this Hair-recession Cancer. I can't explain the vitamins I take to help control a possible deficiency that I think might be causing the problem. I can't explain the different foods I eat always thinking "maybe this will help my hair" I can't explain the times I stick my head out the window of my car and let the wind blow back my landing strip and high temple hairline just to get upset or on the good days think that it's not that bad. I can't explain what it feels like to play in golf tournaments or with my weekend buddies on the golf course to feel great about myself but to take off my hat at the end of the round and totally ruin my day by looking in the rear view mirror of the car while I am leaving the course. Just to be upset the rest of the day. I can't explain what it feels like to be outgoing and in sales while you can't be yourself or at your best inside. Even though everyone sees that you are the best. I can't explain to anyone the hours I've spent carefully researching an option that would be permanent, natural, and me. I can't explain the times I walk in front of pictures with glass reflections of downtown buildings that show your reflection as you walk past that I look into them and..... not look at the picture but to be asphyxiated to the light passing through my receding hairline. Just to ruin my day or moment in time. I can't explain the times I see my picture taken and I totally freak out to what I actually look like. Again tearing me down. I can't explain how many times I've told my wife how much this bothers me. I can't explain how it feels to speak in front of a friend or family member when my hair is longer and the wind is blowing really hard. I can't explain what it feels like to go to a barber and humiliating yourself with some hair that the barber does not know what to do with. At the same time, a older client sits and waits in front of you with a full head of hair. One of my worst experiences so I cut my own hair now. I can't explain how many brain interrupts that my hair loss had plagued me with. It is unbelievable! I can't explain how different I would have been if I didn't have to deal with this all these years. Yes,I have been on this website since late 2004, I've visited Dr Parsley, Dr. Ron Shapiro, Dr Wolf, Dr Cooley in person as well as meeting up with and consulting numerous guys regarding their procedures...and I mean numerous! My experience looking for a solution has been exhausting. I have learned a lot during this process and want everyone to know that I am happy as hell that I have not had my head cut on. I tried propecia several times and while people claim that there are no side affect....I have to tell you I was growing moobs and felt like I was aging faster. (yeah I know, there will be a lot of people telling me it psychological but I disagree.) Therefore I do not take that medication. So to sum up this submission, I like to wear my hair short. I can't believe people get their heads cut open for a cure. The reason I say this is FUE would not have become so popular of FUT was no big deal. No-one wants a scar but everyone including myself would like to have unlimited donor supply. I have been researching Replicel, Histogen, Aderans...etc. But until then I am a sad Human being that I am waiting for a solution to become reality. by the way, I only need about 2000 grafts tops to conceal my situation. I am scared to death that I will be chasing something and regretting this later down the road or I have this done and it's too thin or too thick. Also to mention I am depressed that FUE or FUT is extremely expensive in my opinion. I honestly don't know what to say on this board...it's like I want an answer so bad and there is not one. I will have so many of you guys rip me like I am depressed and need psychological counseling etc. I am just expressing the reality of this Hair loss problem. I will guarantee if you are reading this thread, you have experienced what I have explained above. SO, that leads me to my next conversation. Why and the hell can we fly someone to the freak-in moon but can't cure something that is so important to the Human appearance? Why can you pull hair out all over your body and it grows back? Why can your scalp hair disappear related to a gene that we don't know if it will take all or some hair? Why can't scientist get to the bottom of this hair loss phenomenon? Why is it so expensive??? Why am I spending time on this board knowing every answer to what I am writing? I don't know what to do, if I cut my hair down.... dudes I look totally different. trust me! I don't feel right and it exposes more of my problem than if I let it grow out a little.... I just don't know what to do?????? :confused::mad:
  22. 52 y/o WM NW6 was treated with one session of 2600 FUT grafts. Before and at 8 months postop.
  23. 2600 with Dr. William H. Lindsey 6/28/2012 I had my HT procedure done on June, 28, 2012 by Dr. William Lindsey. Everything went according to how Dr. Lindsey described it. Here's a detailed account of my experience: I barely got some sleep the night before as I was very nervous. I woke up showered then was at the office at 7:30 as the ordered. He took some pix then drew the hairline and asked if I wanted it a little lower or a little higher. I asked for a little lower. Then after agreeing on the hairline pics were taken again. Next, I took one of the valium pills. A few minutes later the doc gave me 6 or 7, if I remember correctly, shots in the donar area. Immediately I started to feel numbness there. Wendey came and shaved the donar area to perpare it to be cut out. At around 8am I was taken into the room where the cutting would be performed. I was on my stomach on a bed similar to the massage beds as it has an opening for the face. Good music was playing in the background and the doc and I were chatting away and before I knew it the cutting was done. I was taken to another room where Dr. Lindsey numbed the recipient area with a number of shots. He then started to make the slits which felt a little funny. Throughout I felt no pain. Next, hair was being placed in the slits. This part took the longest and we had to break for lunch. It wasn't painful at all but the numbness in the back started to wear off and I started to feel a little uncomfortable in the back of my head and the doc came in and gave me more shots. I was done at around 3:15. My sister came to pick me up. I would have to say the whole procedure went much better than I expected. I was very smooth and painless. I was dreading the cutting of the donar area but that was painless and much better than I expected. The next few days I would take pain killers whenever I felt pain. I only felt uncomfortable when trying to sleep. I was afraid of damaging the new hair or scratching it in my sleep. After 4 days my forehead started to swell up and with each day it started to go lower and lower till it got to my eyes and then it went away. I was warned that this might freak me out but honestly I thought it was so funny as I looked very scary in a weird kind of way. My family enjoyed laughing at me! A week from the procedure I had my stitches taken out, which made me feel more comfortable sleeping and wearing a hat. I wore a hat every time I went out and I looked normal. As a matter of fact I hung out with friends and they never suspected a thing... I'm talking 10 days after the procedure!! The new hair started to fall off exactly 19 days post-procedure. I had to keep my hat on for the first 7 weeks whenever I went out. But after that my hair looked like it did before I had the procedure done. Now I'm just waiting for things to happen. I already feel some new grown hair. I don't know if it's native hair or the new hair. I plan to see the doc soon and have his take. In conclusion, Dr. Lindsey and his staff were very cool and professional. I've always had a good feeling about Dr. Lindsey but was fearing the procedure itself. Now, I see how easy it went. Hoping for great results!!
  24. 32y/o WM complains of 8 yr history of hair loss. Because of the large numbers of miniaturized hair he was placed on medical treatment before evaluation for surgery. He is happy enough with the regrowth to postpone hair surgery.
  25. So, today is day 10 after surgery. Everything is still going smoothly. All crusts were off about day 8/9. Had one little pimple pop up in the middle. Looked like a couple more might pop up, but they subsided. I decided to buzz the back, sides and crown today with #1 guard. I think it looks much better/more even. Redness has gotten a little better over the last day or so in recipient area. Hopefully, that continues to improve. Recipient area still pretty numb and seems raised up a bit. I've also begun Finasteride and Rogaine (just on crown area). Hoping to try those for the next year to see if that can help with crown area as we wait for results in recipient. Thanks again to Dr. William Lindsey.
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