Progress is updated regularly! Check back often to see current pictures and videos!

Thursday, August 6, 2020

7 years and 47 weeks since my 1st hair transplant

This professionally produced video is an interview with me and Dr. Vories done at his clinic in Charlotte North Carolina.  This video is a great description of my hair transplant journey.  The video shows pictures of the procedure and when I was on display at the International Hair Restoration Convention in the Bahamas and later in Chicago as well as great explanations by Dr. Vories regarding my procedure.  Hope you enjoy the video!

Sunday, July 19, 2020

7 years and 45 weeks since my 1st hair transplant

I've received a couple emails recently asking what they should expect during the first year after surgery.  I've included a photo showing progress over the first year after my initial surgery in 2012 followed by a photo taken several months later which clearly shows how the hair thickens over time.

Saturday, July 4, 2020

7 years and 43 weeks since my 1st hair transplant


Here's a photo I haven't shown in while.  Pretty impressive transformation...
don't you think???



Wednesday, June 24, 2020

7 years and 41 weeks since my 1st hair transplant

I'm often asked about how quickly your donor area heals after surgery.  These two pictures are 14 days apart.  It's pretty amazing how quickly your existing hair grows and how quickly your scalp heals.

Saturday, June 13, 2020

7 years and 39 weeks since my 1st hair transplant

I'm often asked when new hairs will appear.  Of course...everyone is different but you can see my new hairs breaking the surface at the 11 week mark. 

Thursday, June 4, 2020

7 years and 37 weeks since my 1st hair transplant

I often get questions about FUE scarring.  Dr. Vories uses a 0.8mm punch to remove the grafts.  I'm attaching this photo which was taken minutes prior to my second surgery in 2015.  You are looking at a donor area where about 1,750 grafts were removed in September of 2012.  As you can see, there is really no discernible scarring in the donor area.  I can't imagine why others choose FUT (strip surgery) and have to deal with a lengthy linear scar on the back of their head for the rest of their life....when they can choose FUE surgery with no visible scarring!