Dr. Alan Bauman’s EYELASH TRANSPLANTS
Long, luscious eyelashes enhance the youth and beauty of the eye and provide aesthetic symmetry to the face, but did you know they also serve an important protective function for the eye? Eyelashes are the primary way potentially damaging dust motes and debris are kept away from the delicate surface of the eye.
Do you have weak, damaged, missing sparse or short lashes? If you have experienced a loss of your lashes through injury, trauma, overuse of eyelash extensions, hair pulling, or you simply want longer thicker more dense living and growing lashes without mascara, an Eyelash Transplant procedure may be for you! To see if you are a candidate for this type of procedure, please fill out a consultation request form to discuss your situation with eyelash transplant pioneer, Dr. Alan J. Bauman.
What is an Eyelash Transplant?
Unlike false lashes or eyelash extensions, eyelash transplantation is a safe, effective way to permanently restore living and growing lashes to your eyelid. In a comfortable walk-in/walk-out out-patient procedure, eyelash transplantation redistributes live hair follicles from the back of the scalp into the eyelid in just a few hours with life-changing results!
NOTE: Transplanted lashes grow LONG and will therefore need to be routinely groomed–trimmed, curled etc. Since 1999, Dr. Bauman’s Eyelash Transplant procedures have been featured on ABC’s Good Morning America, CNN, Access Hollywood, EXTRA!, FOX News and other news programs. He was the only North American faculty member at the first ever International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery Live Regional Workshop on Eyelash Transplantation held in Los Angeles on October 23, 2006. The groundbreaking event was was attended by dozens of physicians and medical professionals from around the world and several news organizations while Dr. Bauman lectured and performed live surgery. Demand for eyelash transplants have skyrocketed since this procedure has been proven to be safe and effective when performed by highly skilled, properly trained surgeons who are committed to providing ALL aspects of care during and after eyelash transplant procedures.
Eyelash Transplant for Weak, Damaged or Missing Lashes
For some patients, the overuse of eyelash extensions can cause permanent eyelash loss. It is assumed that this eyelash loss is a result of ‘traction alopecia’–similar to the damage to scalp follicles from tight braiding, hair extensions or chronic hair-pulling. For those who choose eyelash extensions, Dr. Bauman always recommends gentle removal and/or replacement of your eyelash extensions by a highly-trained aesthetician or cosmetologist to prevent damage to your eyelashes. Should eyelash damage occur, it might be temporary. After six to twelve months, eyelash growth should ‘rebound’ somewhat if the damage is not severe. If the eyelash damage is permanent, eyelash transplantation can be used to replace lost lashes. If you think you may have lost lashes through damage from eyelash extensions, schedule a in-person or phone consultation with eyelash transplant expert, Dr. Alan Bauman. For more information on the eyelash transplant procedure browse http://www.eyelash-transplant.com.
Eyelash transplantation can also be used to enhance short, thin, spare or otherwise ‘weak’ lashes. One of the main criticisms of eyelash transplantation procedures of ‘years ago’ was that there was poor control over the orientation, direction, curl and position of the implanted lash follicles. Dr. Bauman’s refined approach, as demonstrated at the First Regional Live Surgery Workshop on Eyelash Transplantation, allows precise control over these factors. In Sharon’s photo to the left (with no mascara) you can see the exact position and curl of the implanted lashes. Notice the increase in density precisely at the lash margin as well as the appropriate angle and curl of the transplanted lashes in the ‘After’ photo.
Eyelash Extension Warning & Eyelash Transplants
Eyelash Extension Warning + Eyelash Transplants on NBC WPTV
Eyelash Transplants on NBC’s TODAY SHOW
Eyelash Transplants were featured on NBC’s TODAY SHOW. Today show’s Janice Lieberman follows cancer-survivor–Veronica Garner–before, during and after her eyelash transplant procedure with Dr. Bauman. Licensed Aesthetician, “Lashologist” and “Eyelash Stylist,” Ellie Malmin, was featured in the story as she trimmed, tinted and permed Bauman patient, Erica Lynn’s transplanted lashes. Watch the TODAY Show Video.
Dr. Bauman’s Eyelash Transplant featured in W Magazine…
This month’s W Magazine‘s beauty editor, Jane Larkworthy, discussed Dr. Bauman’s use of the eyelash transplant procedure to help women achieve thicker, longer and more dense lashes permanently–using their own transplanted hair follicles. Other options, such as ‘eyelash conditioners’ were mentioned. Eyelash transplantation is a relatively quick procedure using local anesthesia, requiring about an hour per eyelid. Minimal discomfort and minor swelling can be expected, but most patients ‘head out to the mall’ after their procedure that same day. Dr. Bauman performs eyelash transplantation on a weekly basis for patients as part of his specialized hair transplant practice. Dr. Bauman pioneered the ‘double-implantation’ technique allowing patients to achieve a higher density of lashes than with older, more traditional techniques. Read more about eyelash transplants, watch videos and see before and after photos at http://www.eyelash-transplant.com. Read the full article on eyelashes by W editor, Jane Larkworthy, called “Lash Course”.
Dr. Bauman’s Eyelash Transplants Featured in VOGUE Magazine
This month’s VOGUE reviewed the “Eyelash Craze” which has women achieving their own longer, thicker, living and growing lashes. In the article called ‘Going Batty,’ Dr. Bauman was interviewed regarding his eyelash transplant procedure and the use of recommended “eyelash conditioners” which help stimulate increased length and density of eyelashes. The family of chemical compounds such as prostamides, prostaglandin analogues and related molecules have been noted to substantially improve eyelash growth when used daily. Eyelash transplantation is used permanently redistribute follicles into the eyelid–which grow so long they need to be trimmed. Dr. Bauman and his staff at Bauman Medical Group offer eyelash trimming, tinting and perming services performed in a safe medical environment.
EYELASH TRANSPLANT BEFORE & AFTER PHOTOS
Before and one-year after eyelash transplantation of 20 lashes per upper lid. The transplanted lashes can be trimmed to desired length and curled. This procedure represents a VERY small eyelash transplant compared to our ability to routinely transplant 60-80 lashes per lid. Also note: “After” photos are shown with mascara on the pre-existing and transplanted lashes.
[Please note, this patient has let these transplanted lashes grow quite long and they could probably benefit from a little trim. Also, the use of mascara (seen above) can make the lashes ‘stick’ together. Remember that your transplanted lashes will need to be routinely trimmed (and, perhaps, curled) to the length that you prefer. –Dr. B.]
EYELASH TRANSPLANTS IN NEWSWEEK MAGAZINE
Eyelash Transplantation Information
Eyelash transplantation can be used to replace eyelashes that have been damaged by trauma, or to enhance existing eyelashes that are otherwise short and/or sparse. The use of the single-follicle hair transplantation technique enables new, living and growing eyelashes to be permanently restored to the eyelid using microsurgery. Procedure:
Using comfortable, computerized local anesthesia (The Wand®), the procedure is completed in less than two hours in the office/out-patient setting. Hair follicles from the back of the scalp (‘donor area’) are harvested and then implanted into the eyelid. Absorbable stitches are used to seal the donor area, which remains undetectable both during and after the healing process. Usually 24 to 40 or more lashes can be placed per eyelid during a session. The implanted follicles (like the seeds of a plant) will grow and produce hair permanently. The newly growing lashes will possess the same characteristics as scalp hair. The lashes will need to be routinely trimmed and curled. An ‘eyelash perm’ is recommended for those patients with straighter hair.
Medication for pain relief is provided as well as medication to reduce swelling. It is recommended that the patient have transportation to and from the office. Several hours after the procedure, some mild discomfort may be experienced in the donor area, as well as the eyelid. Patients are instructed in the gentle post-op care and cleansing of the eyelid and lashes. Some mild swelling and/or bruising in the eyelid area may last about 10 days. The absorbable stitches may take up to one month to dissolve completely. It is recommended that eye makeup (including mascara) be kept to an absolute minimum during the immediate post-op healing period (1 week). Some patients may require an additional session of eyelash transplantation to reach their restoration goal. Eyelash transplantation, trichotillomania (hair-pulling) and trauma:
Eyelash transplantation CAN be used to restore eyelashes damaged by trauma, ‘over-plucking,’ or even the hair pulling disease, trichotillomania. However, patients with untreated trichotillomania cannot undergo eyelash transplantation. If the trichotillomania remains untreated or recurs, hair pulling can damage the transplanted lashes. Eyelash transplantation and alopecia totalis/universalis:
Patients with alopecia totalis or alopecia universalis are NOT candidates for eyelash transplantation.
Eyelash Transplants on Good Morning America and in other news
Los Angeles, CA–ABC’s Good Morning America filmed Dr. Bauman demonstrating his unique eyelash transplantation technique in L.A. at the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery’s first ever Regional Live Surgery Workshop on Eyelash Transplantation. Dr. Bauman was the only surgeon from North America invited by the organizers to lecture and demonstrate cosmetic and reconstructive Eyelash Transplants. Dr. Bauman has developed an advanced eyelash transplantation technique which allows two to three times the amount of eyelashes to be implanted per session. He has also developed a robust preoperative and postoperative regimen of care which dramatically improves patient satisfaction and reduces complications. For more information on eyelash transplants, visit www.eyelash-transplant.com. Stay tuned for more information on the cosmetic reconstruction of eyelashes as seen on Good Morning America, CNN and in other news.
Watch the Video from Good Morning America
Watch the Video from CNN
Watch the Video from Access Hollywood
Watch the Video from EXTRA
Watch the Video from NBC-Palm Beach & Miami Florida
Watch the Video from ABC-Phoenix, Arizona
Read the Reuters News Story
Read the Newsweek Story, See the Newsweek Photos
Read the New York Times Story
Read the EXTRA story
Eyelash Growth Medication Now FDA-Approved and In Stock
Latisse is now available by prescription from Bauman Medical Group.Dr. Bauman has prescribed a variety of eyelash-growth medictions ‘off-label’ over the years and is excited to see that the FDA has recognized the safety and efficacy of this kind of treatment.Which eyelash growth treatment is right for you? Contact Dr. Bauman for more information on treatments for eyelash hypotrichosis: eyelash loss, eyelash damage, as well as short, thin, weak or sparse lashes.
“Eyelash Styling” Now Available at Bauman Medical
Eyelash Styling and Grooming is now available at Bauman Medical Group. A variety of eyelash-care services, including trimming, perming and tinting are performed by Dr. Bauman’s Eyelash Stylist and “Lashologist,” Ellie Malmin (far right). Ellie is available by appointment only. Recently, eyelash transplant patient, Jodi Hussey (far left), had her eyelashes trimmed tinted and permed “live” on-the-air on the South Florida Today Show. Watch the video below.
Eyelash Transplant featured in Brazilian Plastic Surgery Magazine
Fio-a-fioA área doadora de fios é a região da nuca. Como eles geralmente são longos, existe uma técnica exclusiva para essa situação. “A faixa retirada é preparada no microscópio para a separação dos folículos que serão implantados. Para a implantação são usados os fios de cabelo compridos que são passados pela borda das pálpebras como se fossem linhas de costura, deixando as raízes implantadas. Então, são cortados no comprimento desejado”, explica a dermatologista Christiane Graf Guimarães, especialista em reconstrução e transplante capilar (PR).Caso os fios de cabelo sejam curtos, a técnica de implantação é feita como no transplante convencional. “Os folículos são removidos do couro cabeludo e implantados na linha dos cílios, um ou dois por vez”, explica o cirurgião plástico americano Alan J. Bauman. “Hoje, podemos transplantar mais de 100 cílios por pálpebra”, complementa o médico.A anestesia usada é local com sedação e os exames pré-operatórios seguem a mesma rotina de outras cirurgias.Read More… Transplante de Cílios|Plástica & Beleza
Eyelash Transplants on CBS’s EARLY SHOW
Watch Eyelash Transplants on CBS’s EARLY SHOW
Dr. Bauman’s eyelash transplants were featured on CBS’s THE EARLY SHOW on Wednesday, August 29th. The Early Show followed eyelash transplant patient, Kim, before and after her eyelash transplant with Dr. Bauman. Bauman patient, eyelash transplant recipient and salon owner, Jodi Hussey, is also interviewed several months after her procedure. This story included a detailed animated explanation of how the procedure is performed. To watch the video click the picture to the left. For a larger version of the CBS Early Show, click here. For more info on the eyelash transplant procedure, visit http://www.eyelash-transplant.com.