‘New You’ Magazine Features Hair Restoration in Women, Dr. Bernstein
Hair Restoration in Women, Dr. Bernstein Featured in ‘New You’ Magazine Dr. Bernstein and Bernstein Medical – Center for Hair Restoration were featured in New You magazine’s article “My Hair Lady.” The main topic of the article is hair transplantation in women. The author, Beth Landman, also discusses hair loss in women, Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT), medications and other new hair treatments.
On Bernstein Medical – Center for Hair Restoration:
The Manhattan office of Bob Bernstein, just steps from Park Avenue, is the kind of space that makes successful men feel at home — a good thing for one of the country’s foremost specialists in hair restoration (and the co-author of Hair Loss for Dummies). The layout is part design statement, part science lab, slick with granite, slate, and glass and full of microscopes and high tech gizmos. Among the space’s most noteworthy gadgets is one of only twelve robots in the world programmed to help perform hair transplants, which has a home in Dr. Bernstein’s office.
A female patient of ours discussing the “taboo” of hair transplantation in women:
Sara Lyles, 62, whose hair loss was caused by a styling technique, said that when Dr. Bernstein performed her hair transplant 12 years ago, the subject was taboo. “Women never talked about it, and I was so embarrassed that I avoided all social functions,” she recalls. “I’m African American and I slept in large tight rollers to keep frizzing under control. The traction destroyed my frontal hairline.”
At the time, she would have been mortified if someone found out she had undergone a transplant. “Even my hairdresser had no clue,” she says. “Dr. Bernstein not only gave me my hair back, he gave me my life back.”
Bernstein Medical Receives National Accreditation for Maintaining Rigorous Standards in Patient Care
Bernstein Medical – Center for Hair Restoration has received a three-year re-certification for accreditation by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC/Accreditation Association).
The accreditation process demands proof of a high level of commitment to rigorous standards in patient care, quality improvement, record keeping, patient and staff safety and security, as well as a desire and responsibility to continually upgrade and investigate new ways to provide optimum service to our patients. Accreditation is an important aspect in the continuing growth and success of our health care practice.
Updated: 2019-09-27 | Published: 2013-01-21