Dr. Bolton Specializes in Leaving Virtually No Scar While Yielding More Hair

If you notice the suture line extends well past my ear. Most doctors don’t take a strip that extends that far. They like to stay between the ears thus yielding significantly less hair. The donor scar when done properly by a top notch surgeon should not be an issue. The irony is Dr. Bolton will move more hair and leave a smaller donor scar. How is that possible? Dr. Bolton has a god-given talent that has been refined over thousands of cases and fifteen years, which enables him to put his patients first.

We want our patients to have the most significant results possible. The more hair taken from the donor area will translate to either more coverage or density or both. Why leave hair in the donor area when you can put them to work in your areas of loss? When you have a doctor who can move more hair then others with a smaller donor scar, why not take advantage of that skill?

 

 

Hair Transplant Anxiety?

Dr. Bolton was recently contacted and asked permission to showcase his work in a new article highlighting different types of hair loss, restoration, and masking methods. He was primarily featured in the restoration category, having one of his patients showcased, with his incredible before and after results.

It is an honor to be featured in articles and help to promote this industry in the most positive and educational ways.

 

If you’d like to read the article, it can be viewed here:

Saed S, et al, Hair camouflage: A comprehensive review, International Journal of Women’s Dermatology (2016), http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijwd.2016.09.002

 

 

Like Father, Like Son

Dr. Bolton was recently contacted and asked permission to showcase his work in a new article highlighting different types of hair loss, restoration, and masking methods. He was primarily featured in the restoration category, having one of his patients showcased, with his incredible before and after results.

It is an honor to be featured in articles and help to promote this industry in the most positive and educational ways.

 

If you’d like to read the article, it can be viewed here:

Saed S, et al, Hair camouflage: A comprehensive review, International Journal of Women’s Dermatology (2016), http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijwd.2016.09.002

 

 

Post-Procedure Donor Area After Hair Transplant

We get asked regularly to see pictures of guys that shave their head after a hair transplant. Everyone is curious to see if the scar that is left, after a hair transplant, is visible with short hair. Unfortunately, most doctors leave a visible scar that forces a patient to keep their hair long to hide it.

This is another area that Dr. Bolton specializes in. His  work is beyond exceptional and allows the patient to shave their hair shorter than if they were to go to any other doctor. He takes extreme care when handling the closing of the donor area and his results are flawless.

You will not find another doctor’s work that rivals his closures and technique, allowing the patient maximum versatility with their new look. The remaining scar is virtually undetectable.

 

 

Another Undetectable Scar After Hair Transplant

This is ten days after the procedure when the sutures were removed.

The only thing showing is the remaining crusts that stuck to the suture line. Dr. Bolton consistently leaves a suture line similar to the edge of a piece of paper. He does not charge extra for this unique and special skill. In twelve years of working in this field and having observed the work of hundreds of doctors I’ve never seen anyone with Dr. Bolton’s skill set. Please note how short the patient’s hair is and how fine the line really is. The red dots will disappear in a couple of weeks and the hair around the suture line will grow back in.