Patients come to Bernstein Medical – Center for Hair Restoration from across the globe for the medical and surgical treatment of their hair loss. As an international referral center, our practice consists of patients from 58 different countries and all fifty US States.

Geographic Diversity of Our Patients
United States

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Washington D.C.
Delaware
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming

Worldwide

Afghanistan
Albania
Austria
Australia
Bahrain
Bangladesh
Brazil
Canada
Chile
China
Columbia
Cuba
Cyprus
Dubai
Ecuador
Egypt
Ethiopia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Guyana
Holland
Honduras
Hungary
India
Iran
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Japan
Jordan
Kuwait
Lebanon
Lithuania
Mexico
Mongolia
Morocco
Norway
Pakistan
Panama
Peru
Philippines
Poland
Puerto Rico
Qatar
Russia
Saudi Arabia
Scotland
Singapore
Slovakia
South Africa
South Korea
Spain
St. Maarten
Sweden
Switzerland
Tunisia
Turkey
U.A.E.
United Kingdom
Yemen

Location

The greatest concentration of our patients comes from the tri-state area of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Of the five NY boroughs, Manhattan is the most heavily represented, with Brooklyn second. A significant number of patients also come from Long Island and Westchester. Outside the NY region we see a large number from Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Maryland, Virginia, Florida and California. But patients also come from as far away as Kazakhstan, South Africa and Chile.

Age
The most common decade for patients to have an initial consultation for hair loss is in their 30s (32%). Sixteen percent of patients in our practice are age 29 or under.

The age of our surgical patients range from the youngest at age 6 (a female with localized congenital hair loss) to age 84 (a retired physician with androgenetic alopecia). The most common decade for patients to have a hair transplant in our practice is in their 40s (37%). Forty one percent of surgical patients in our practice are over the age of 50.

Gender
Of all patients seeking an evaluation for their hair loss, 78% are men and 22% are women. For those that actually have hair restoration surgery, 88% percent are men and 12% are women. This data suggests that, compared to men, about half as many women who are evaluated for hair loss are candidates for a hair transplant.

Occupation
The most common occupation of our patients is banking/finance. Physicians and dentists make up the second most popular category. Actors/directors/producers the third most common category, attorneys fourth, people in media fifth, fashion industry sixth, teachers seventh and police/firefighters eighth. Some of the more unusual occupations include: a yacht Captain, two professional Texas Hold’em players, and an ultimate fighter.

In-Person Hair Loss Consultation

Dr. Bernstein and Dr. Shah take great pride in conducting a comprehensive patient evaluation and analysis before suggesting any treatment. In working with your physician on a one-on-one basis, your hair loss treatment will be designed to be as effective as possible for you. In your consultation you will learn about the causes of your hair loss and how best to treat it using medical therapies, hair transplantation, or a combination of treatments.

For those who are able to travel to New York City for an evaluation, simply fill out and submit our online physician consultation form to schedule an appointment in our state-of-the-art facility in mid-town Manhattan.

Photo Consults

Although nothing replaces a one-on-one consultation, we understand that patients may not be able to travel to Manhattan to visit our physicians for an initial consultation. For this reason we offer a photo consultation feature on our website. By submitting some basic information and photos of your hair loss, you can have a preliminary consultation with Dr. Bernstein or Dr. Shah without ever leaving your home. While you will still need to visit our New York City facility for the actual procedure, a photo consultation will help the doctor determine whether a hair transplant may be appropriate in your particular case.

HAIR TRANSPLANT TRANSLATED

Do you know how to say ‘hair transplant’ in Spanish? Turkish? Urdu? Here is a list of translations of ‘hair transplant’ into a variety of languages:

Trasplante de pelo
Greffe de cheveux
Haartransplantation
Trapianto capelli
Transplante de cabelo
Hårtransplantasjon
Пересадка волос
Hårtransplantation
Saç nakli
השתלת שיער
Transplantacja Włosów
بال ٹرانسپلانٹ

We have published an overview of hair transplantation translated into Spanish. Visit the page: En Español: Cirugía de Trasplante Capilar.


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