Hair Transplant Class #16 shows you three of the biggest hair transplant clinic warning signs. When you've been doing your research I'm sure you've come across the long list of websites that seem too good to be true. Well, most of them are simply because of the fact that they use very obvious and aggressive tactics to try and gain your interest. This class #16 helps you to understand some of the basics about how clinics are trying to get your attention with these hair transplant clinic warning signs.
If you are considering traveling to get your hair transplant and you need to send online hair transplant consultation photos, this could be one of the most important videos you watch during your research. Throughout my career there have been several constants that haven't really changed, such as questions about Propecia and side effects, patients freaking out about lack of growth four weeks after surgery, and in the case of this video, patients sending in bad online hair transplant consultation photos that make no sense at all. The photos are … read more
I decided to get back to the basics of hair restoration and hair loss for my next Hair Transplant Class, this time in episode #008, where I address the facts about hair loss you didn't know. I realized when I was thinking of new subject matter to discuss that I had kind of gotten away from my original intent with the series so this is my effort to right the ship with the facts about hair loss. When dealing with hair loss and trying to figure out what you want … read more
I consider myself to be very lucky because I'm in a position that allows me to travel to different clinics all over North America and Europe to meet and evaluate clinics and I get to work with seemingly endless gigabytes of video footage to show you why I think the doctors I work with are worth considering. Another benefit is that I get to watch surgeries from various world class surgeons. This is a one of my passions and when I arrived at the Texas hair restoration clinic of Dr. … read more
Where do I begin? Low Level Laser Therapy for hair loss, or "LLLT" for short, has been around for a long time. The first ever mention of low level laser therapy having a positive effect on hair growth was in 1967. A Hungarian scientist named Dr. Endre Mester was using the new laser technology to see if it would cause cancer in mice. I say "new" because lasers were only invented seven years earlier in 1960. During his experiment he shaved some mice so that the laser could better penetrate … read more
I'm proud to present the conclusion of the Hair Transplant Documentary series featuring Dr. Jerry Cooley and his FUE repair patient that was so kind to allow me to document his procedure from beginning to end. This was a fun shoot and I thoroughly enjoyed my visit to Haircenter and getting to watch Dr. Cooley and his team in action. Now that we're at the end of this portion of my videos series with Dr. Cooley I can talk more about what it was that I liked about Dr. Cooley … read more
Living with a hair transplant is something that most people don't give a lot of thought to. This is one of the biggest reasons, I believe, why some hair transplant patients are unhappy with their results. They may think that the result should be fuller, or that the density should be higher. Some even think that with one hair transplant all of their troubles will disappear, because obviously their problems stem from their hair issues.
Hair Transplant Class #004 is in session.
As I continue to think up new subjects … read more
FUE hair transplant surgery is getting more and more popular and in this video I shot at Shapiro Medical in Minneapolis, Minnesota you finally get to see how Shapiro Medical performs FUE hair transplant surgery. I originally shot this video in late February, 2016 and am only now uploading a final edit for your review, nearly ten months later. What is interesting to me is that when I was shooting this FUE hair transplant surgery documentary of Shapiro Medical they had been using the WAW FUE system developed by Dr. … read more
Should you have technician FUE surgery or FUE surgery performed mainly by a doctor? Techniciancentric hair transplant surgery has seen an explosion in the past five years due to the growth of FUE as a hair transplant procedure. What is "techniciancentric" FUE? It is FUE surgery performed mainly by technicians will little, and in many cases, NO involvement from a doctor. Technician FUE surgery has seen this growth because of what I have described many times before as a low threshold of entry into the field of hair transplant surgery … read more