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Hair Loss Patient Sought For Free Hair Transplant

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As part of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery’s (ISHRS) Operation Restore program, renowned hair loss expert Alan J. Bauman, M.D. is offering a pro bono hair transplant to a woman who has experienced hair loss of the scalp, eyebrows or eyelashes as the result of an accident, trauma or surgery.

 

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“There are many types of injuries and illnesses that can lead to permanent hair loss,” said Dr. Bauman, a board-certified hair restoration surgeon and member of the ISHRS. “These include burns or accidents; long-term use of hair weaves and extensions--including eyelash extensions or even plastic surgery; etc.

 

Restoring hair to a scarred area is a critical part of the psychological healing after this kind of injury because our hair is such an important part of how we feel about ourselves each day.”

 

As a participating physician in the ISHRS’ charitable Operation Restore program, Dr. Alan Bauman is currently seeking female candidates who meet these parameters to receive a pro-bono (free) microsurgical hair transplant.

 

Women who have suffered from hair loss as a result of an accident, trauma or surgery are encouraged to apply immediately by emailing Dr. Bauman at doctorb(at)baumanmedical(dot)com or calling the Bauman Medical Group toll free at 1-877-BAUMAN-9 (877-228-6269).

 

Qualified patients will receive a free consultation and recommended course of treatment. One suitable candidate will be chosen for a free microsurgical hair transplant using the highly advanced NeoGraft FUE procedure, the world’s most sophisticated, minimally invasive hair transplant technique.

 

The qualified and accepted patient will be eligible for reimbursement for travel expenses in order to receive treatment at Bauman Medical Group in Boca Raton, FL through the ISHRS Operation Restore Pro-Bono program.

 

Key Benefits of NeoGraft FUE:

 

Least invasive hair transplant available

 

No 'tell-tale' linear scar where the donor hair is harvested

 

Shorter, more comfortable recovery

 

No stitches or staples to be removed

 

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