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Dr. Bauman To Perform Hair Transplant Procedure On The Second Of Clear Channel Radio’S Top Jock

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He’s got swag, he’s got style, and according to the promo material on Clear Channel’s website for the radio show he fronts, Real Radio’s 94.3 “The Penthouse,” he “parties like a rock star on South Beach and Manhattan,” but what he ain’t got he’s about to get from Dr. Alan J. Bauman, internationally famous hair transplant doctor, and that’s two days of hair transplant surgery starting on Monday, October 29th and Tuesday, October 30th.




He goes by “Greek” and his dedicated base of South Florida radio fans follow him daily from 10 AM to 2 PM, where Greek breaks down the “worlds of entertainment and sports and teaches you how to date and even keep a Las Vegas show girl.”


And while he definitely runs in celebrity circles and can be seen courtside from Miami to New York and Las Vegas laying down the “odds” during his Saturday radio show, “The Locker Room” what Greek’s missing in his fast-paced, high profile, livin’-large-lifestyle is just one thing, a fuller head of hair.


And all that is about to change when Greek hits Dr. Bauman’s surgical operatory where he’ll receive more than 3,000 individually placed hair grafts from Dr. Bauman, who is recognized as one of the world’s top medical experts on hair loss.


“This is the most sophisticated procedure being performed by one of the world’s best hair transplant doctors, Dr. Bauman is the only guy I’d let do anything like this on me,” says Greek, who has been one of South Florida’s leading radio personalities since 2003.


Kevin Rolston of the “KVJ” Radio Show Went First, now it’s Greek’s Turn:


Dr. Bauman and his team performed a NeoGraft FUE hair transplant procedure on one of Greek’s radio colleagues, Kevin Rolston, an on air-personality on one of Clear Channel’s sister station’s, WILD 95.5.


In July, Rolston, the ringleader of the “Kevin, Virginia, Jason” morning show, met Dr. Bauman in his Boca Raton based operatory where his minimally-invasive hair transplant procedure was broadcast live via the internet to a global audience of nearly 75,000 people in 22 countries and was simultaneously streamed on the radio station’s website for Kevin’s fans to watch.


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