In the United States, any licensed physician can perform hair transplant surgery. Since it’s all too easy to end up with less than satisfactory results, it’s essential to carefully select the right hair restoration surgeon.
While attending the Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine, Dr. Pistone performed research at the Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery regarding the skin’s sensory receptors as well as studies on ways to improve the survival of skin grafts and flaps. His findings were published in the prestigious journal – Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
Dr. Pistone’s contributions to the field of hair transplantation and excellence in patient care earned him the honor of being selected by his peers as one of Philadelphia Magazine’s “Top Plastic Surgeons” in the field of Hair Transplantation.
He has been featured in countless newspaper, magazine articles and has made numerous television and radio appearances. These can be found in the news & media section.
Dr. Pistone has been a member of the faculty at both Thomas Jefferson and Drexel University Schools’ of Medicine where he educates physicians in training on both the Art and Science of hair transplantation.
Restoring The Perfect Hairline
Dr. Pistone Actually Gives You Back Your Actual Hair and Your Actual Hairline
Dr. Pistone’s patients are your colleagues, friends, and neighbors, but you’d never know it unless they told you. No matter how close you get, Dr. Pistone’s work is so close to perfect, an actual replication of Mother Nature, that it is virtually undetectable by the human eye.
People often notice bad hair transplants and assume that all hair transplants end up producing less than desirable results. Unfortunately, some people still associate hair restoration with unsightly doll’s hair or plugs. Reality is – the only time you’ll notice a hair transplant – is when it’s done poorly. Dr. Pistone’s state-of-the-art techniques produce soft, natural, feathered hairlines. Gone are the days of bad hair transplants. So if you thought that hair loss meant a life without conﬁdence and excitement, it’s time to think again. No longer do you have to resign yourself to balding or thinning hair, or wearing a hair system. It’s time to retire your hat collection and proudly display your new head of hair. Regrow your own hair. Regain your conﬁdence.