Scalp Micro pigmentation (SMP) is an advanced method of cosmetic pigmentation. Although SMP is not a total solution for hair loss, it may be good option for those who have scars , disease, and hair loss or thinning of the scalp. It may also be good for those who want to have a look of a closely…
Dr Boden explained how the whole process works and broke it down very directly for me. He explained (My terms not his) that the hair on the lower portion of your head on the sides and back is basically stronger than the top portion. This is why we see people balding in the front of their head and the top.
Have you considered giving a cosmetic procedure to your spouse or loved one. Connecticut hair surgeon, Dr. Scott Boden was featured on the WTNH-TV morning news – the subject was – an interesting trend – giving a gift of cosmetic procedures. This of course, includes – hair transplantation.
Increasing numbers of patients are now seeking help from physician members of ISHRS, asking them to correct the mistakes of procedures done by those not properly trained to perform hair transplants. The ISHRS warns that patient safety and treatment outcomes are being jeopardized, and encourages consumers to be aware of the following:
Do your research, Dr. Scott Boden in Connecticut will give you the facts, and provide realistic hair restoration goals. The consultation is free, the only thing you have to lose is more hair. When I decided to seriously consider doing something about my thinning hair, like many people with no experience in this, I turned to the internet to guide me.
The patient is a 52 year old man who had a number of hair transplant procedures in the past, some of which were ill-advised and overly aggressive when he was younger. He came to see Dr. Boden for corrective work to extract multiple old plugs and to soften the hairline and fill in the middle and crown. His donor area was fairly depleted from previous hair surgeries.
During the 2016 Scientific Meeting of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Dr. Boden was asked to pose with the Global Council. (Middle Row, 4th from right) The Global Council’s membership consists of leaders of 18 national and regional hair restoration societies. Dr. Boden was representing the American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery (ABHRS)
Yaritza V., 31, underwent a hair transplant procedure about 1 year ago that was featured on Eyewitness News. Yaritza stated that she hoped the procedure would change her life. “I have hair loss because when I was younger, I used to put up my hair really, really tight,” she explained.
Dr. Scott Boden was honored to be a part of a select group of faculty invited to instruct on hair transplant surgery technique at this year’s Hair Transplant 360 Course in St. Louis, MO at the St. Louis University School of Medicine. The course lasted for 4 days, was organized by Dr. Sam Lam of Dallas, and included…
At the Hair Restoration and Aesthetic Medicine Center in Wethersfi eld, Connecticut, Scott A. Boden, MD, offers both follicular unit transplantation (FUT, or strip method) and the follicular unit extraction (FUE) technique.