Posting a couple quick pictures today. These two close-ups clearly show a difference! The dog is my sister's standard poodle Laddy. He was a puppy when this picture was taken. He's about 60 lbs. now!!! Boy...would I love to have a donor area hair count like Laddy! Wow! I'd have Dr. Vories transplant 5,000 more grafts!
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Sunday, February 23, 2014
Monday, February 10, 2014
Today I'm posting a couple of pictures taken exactly two years apart. Michele and I always attend a fundraiser for The Stephen Foster Story in Bardstown Kentucky. The event is called the Beautiful Dreamers Ball. I think you will notice a stark difference in the amount of forehead you can see. Yes, I'm wearing my favorite Burberry necktie in both pictures! Michele always looks great and never ages!!!!! I am very lucky!!!!
Saturday, February 1, 2014
I usually average about 60-70 visits per day to my website. I'm sure most of the traffic is a result of previous viewers wanting to see more before and after photos. I check out the traffic to my site on a regular basis and two days ago I noticed my website had been viewed 655 times!!! That's a record for one day!! I contacted Dr. Vories to see if he had any idea why that happened and he quickly told me that the company that produced the technology and machine that extracts grafts during surgery decided to use some of my pictures on their national website. I had previously agreed to allow Neograft to use my photos but I hadn't given it much thought and didn't know if or when they would use them. I'm including the pictures of me that they are promoting on their website. Check out Neograft and learn more about the efficiency of this process for hair transplantation without any noticeable scarring. FUE is the ONLY way to go if you want more hair without that unsightly eight inch scar you get if you choose "strip" surgery. I think you will agree these are pretty impressive photos. Thank you Dr. Vories and Carolina Hair Surgery for the great work and your continued interest in my progress!