Since 1994, Dr. Jeffrey Epstein has been developing a reputation as one of the world’s most respected hair restoration surgeons. Here you have the opportunity to learn about his work in treating men and women with hair loss, restoring eyebrows and beards, lowering hairlines, and repairing the results of work done elsewhere. In his private practice The Foundation for Hair Restoration, located in Miami with a consult office in NYC, Dr. Epstein works with his partner Dr. Anthony Bared along with in consultation Dr. Gorana Kuka Epstein. The practice is truly international in scope, treating patients from around the country and the world. Serving as Voluntary Assistant Professor at the University of Miami along with lecturing and writing extensively, Dr. Epstein is on the cutting edge of developing therapies and surgical techniques.
MD, FACS, FISHRS
Diplomate, American Board of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery; Diplomate, American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery; Diplomate, American Board of Otolaryngology; Past President, Florida Society of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery; Voluntary Assistant Professor, University of Miami, Department of Otolaryngology, and Philip Frost Department of Dermatology and Cutaneous Surgery.
Diplomate, American Board of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery; Diplomate, American Board of Otolaryngology; Member, International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery.
FUE HAIR TRANSPLANTS
Hair transplantation is an aesthetic surgical procedure to restore hair to thinning or bald areas of the scalp in men and women, using the patient’s own hair If desired, the beard, eyebrows, and even chest hair can be restored as well. Once transplanted, these hairs continue to grow because they are genetically programmed to be permanent.
The two hair transplant techniques are FUE and FUT (also called strip). FUE stands for Follicular Unit Extraction or Excision, and for 15 years has been the preferred procedure for nearly all patients. Each graft containing from one to three, sometimes four hairs, is removed one at a time usually from the back and sides of the head, avoiding a linear donor site scar. FUT or strip stands for Follicular Unit Transplantation, and is still performed on some women for hair and eyebrow restoration, and on the very occasional male who has a prior donor site scar. In FUT a donor site “strip” is removed from the back of the head from which the grafts get dissected, leaving typically a fine line scar.Learn More
HAIRLINE LOWERING SURGERY
Hairline lowering/forehead reduction surgery, also called the surgical hairline advancement, lowers the overly high hairline in a single step, achieving immediate results and unsurpassed density It is usually performed on women, although some men can be appropriate candidates, It lowers the overly high hairline by one inch (2.5cm) or more in a single procedure, while allowing for some rounding out as well. In Dr. Epstein’s hands, the procedure produces reliable and consistent aesthetic results with minimal rate of complications.Learn More
EYEBROW AND BEARD RESTORATION
These facial procedures permanently restore hair to missing or thin eyebrows and beards. As a recognized expert in these procedures, Dr. Epstein’s technique of meticulous designing and creating of recipient sites into which hairs are implanted one-at-a-time assures consistent results that replicate a normal appearance.Learn More
ETHNIC HAIR TRANSPLANT
Hair loss affects people of all different races and ethnicities. Specialized experience with these cases that can present with very curly or coarse straight hairs assures aesthetic and reliable results. Concerns ranging from thinning temples from traction to deficient beards to thin eyebrows to receding hairlines can all be appropriately addressed.Learn More
BODY HAIR TRANSPLANTS (BHT)
In cases where the male patient lacks sufficient amounts of scalp donor hairs, due to an advanced degree of hair loss or over-harvesting from prior transplants, hairs from the beard and occasionally from the chest or abdomen can be used. These hairs, once transplanted to the scalp, will resemble and even replicate scalp hairs, where they typically will continue to grow. Using FUE to harvest the grafts, scarring of the beard donor areas is not expected to occur.Learn More
SCALP MICROPIGMENTATION (SMP)
This non-surgical procedure is essentially a semi permanent tattoo that creates the appearance of fuller hair. Using specialized equipment and artistic techniques, organic pigments that are color-matched to the existing hairs are injected into the scalp. The results typically last five years, and allow the patient to keep the hair long or if desired to shave it giving a “buzzed” appearance.Learn More
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Thousands of Happy Patients
I just wanted to thank you again. I’m hopeful regarding the final outcome but, regardless, I wanted to compliment you; you run an impressive practice.
Hello Dr Epstein, I had a hairline lowering procedure June of 2018… thank you for the great job. Best regards,
Hi Dr. Epstein, I LOVE my hairline and for the first time in my life, I love the wind! Thank you so much.
Most of the bruising has now settled in the corners of my eyes, sunglasses will cover well. Your office and staff is lovely…THANK YOU!!!!
Definitely gonna recommend my friends to you if they wanted to have a beard transplant. Best regards
FEATURED: NO-SHAVE FUE
BE PRESENTABLE THE VERY NEXT DAY
Rather than shaving the back and sides of the head to harvest FUE grafts, the No-Shave technique allows for the extraction of each graft without needing to trim any of he surrounding hairs. While more time-consuming and requiring a more meticulous approach, Dr. Epstein utilizes the No-Shave for patients who are willing to pay extra for the privilege of being presentable the very next day without any signs of having just had a procedure. Also offered is a a partial-shave FUE, requiring the shaving of just the lower back of the head, giving a look of a “fade” haircut. No matter whether the donor area is approached as a No-Shave, partial-shave, or shave, it is not necessary to shave any of the hairs in the recipient area so that the existing hairs will conceal the tiny crusts that are present for the first five to seven days as the transplants heal.LEARN MORE