How Dr. Bernstein Became A Hair Transplant Surgeon

August 4th, 2011

Dr. Bernstein discusses his medical background and how he became a hair restoration physician.

Below is a transcript of the hair transplant video:

“I did my dermatology residency at Albert Einstein and when I was chief resident, I did a bunch of hair transplants. I had some of the patients after I graduated, come to my place because we hadn’t seen some of the results. I was actually stunned when I saw the results, we were using the old hair plugs and this was in the 80s. I swore I would never do another hair transplant. Then I joined this staff in Columbia and for years I really saw a lot of people getting really bad results with hair transplants. Then in 1994, I went to the Toronto hair meeting and I heard that things had started to change. Bill Rassman was doing these large sessions with micrografts and I was really shocked because I thought the results were so good. So I met him after the meeting and he invited me out to his clinic in California and I was just really blown away. And then I had this idea of using follicular units…”

Video clip provided by Hair Transplant Network

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Posted by Robert M. Bernstein M.D. on August 4th, 2011 at 3:04 pm



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