Tuesday, April 20, 2010
Don nine and a half months after second surgery
These photos are taken nine months after Don's second surgery.
- Don nine and a half months after second surgery
Wednesday, January 13, 2010
Don's update uploaded to YouTube...
Don Stewart update
He is now 5 months after his second hair transplant!, I would expect about a 25% increase in hair volume over the next 3 or 4 months,
- Don Stewart update
Thursday, August 20, 2009
9 days after surgery
Stitches out day 9, Don is healing beautifully, excited to see his results in 8 months
- 9 days after surgery
Monday, August 10, 2009
Second transplant, 4 days post-op
Don just sent me these photos, 4 days after his surgery. As you can see, we have moved his hair line down slightly as well as filling in his crown area.
- Second transplant, 4 days post-op
Friday, August 7, 2009
On Aug 6, 2009, we performed a second hair restoration surgery on Don. We managed to get about 3000 grafts, which should finish the job. Pictures to follow,
Second hair transplant
Dr. Robert Jones
- Second hair transplant
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Don, 9 1/2 months post op
These pictures are from 9 1/2 months post-op. This is about as much hair that Don will get from this procedure. We are planning another in July,
- Don, 9 1/2 months post op
Thursday, March 12, 2009
About 7 1/2 Months Since Surgery
Don, 7 1/2 months post op with a normal amount of growth given 3500 grafts were transplanted. It will take up to one year to get full growth,
Dr. Robert Jones
- About 7 1/2 Months Since Surgery
Wednesday, January 7, 2009
just over 5 months after surgery
These pictures were just provided by don.
Dr. Robert Jones
- just over 5 months after surgery
Thursday, December 11, 2008
Have A Hairy Merry Christmas
This is Don, about 5 months after surgery.
- Have A Hairy Merry Christmas
Thursday, November 20, 2008
Next Week Will Be 4 Months
Okay... so I couldn't resist putting a picture of Kim Kardashian and I together in Miami a couple weeks ago. (I know that the site got lots of hits when Sharon Stone's picture was up.) Incidentally, the answer to your question about Kim Kardashian is, NO
, it's not as big as it is portrayed in the media. Not only is she beautiful, but she was wonderful to work with.
So it's almost 4 months since my treatment. These are the results so far!
- Next Week Will Be 4 Months
Wednesday, October 22, 2008
Next Week Will Be Three Months
three months, hair starting to grow
Labels: Before and After?
- Next Week Will Be Three Months
Wednesday, September 10, 2008
The New Spinning Room
So the day has arrived. Last night I had the opportunity to show Dr. Jones first hand what his donation of a hair transplant accomplished for Appleby College. Physical Education teacher, Doug Buchanan (who may yet be a future candidate for Dr. Jones's services)and I had the opportunity to show Rob our new spinning room. The bikes are going to be a great addition to our school! The room has 21 state-of-the-art bikes so a class of 20 can work with an instructor. New hair will soon be on my head and now the opportunity to loose some weight and get fit.
- The New Spinning Room
Friday, September 5, 2008
Five Weeks Out
5 weeks after surgery
- Five Weeks Out
Thursday, August 14, 2008
- Day 17
Tuesday, August 12, 2008
So yesterday was my Birthday. I guess the people at Appleby bought me a new head of hair for my Birthday. Unfortunately, the present is a little belated. It will be like a Birthday/Christmas present. I have two kids that were born at Christmas time who always feel ripped off when some relatives try to give them a combined gift. I think I'm due to attach a new photo of my head, so I will try to do that tomorrow.
- Day 15
Tuesday, August 5, 2008
Video of Don's hair transplant
- August 5
Tuesday, July 29, 2008
photos, one day post-op
Day 1 Post Op
- Day 1 Post Op
Monday, July 28, 2008
About 3500 grafts transplanted
- Surgery Day
Sunday, July 27, 2008
A little background on how this all came about. Dr. Jones is a parent at Appleby College a coed indenpendent school in Oakville, ON. I work at Appleby and I serve as the Auctioneer at the school's Gala Auction. This year Dr. Jones generously donated a full hair transplant to the school Gala but he was concerned that no one would publically bid on an item that many people consider a private matter. At some point it became a suggestion that as a special fundraiser the crowd could work together to "buy Don hair". What began as a joke, soon became a serious proposal. If the crowd could raise $25,000 for a new spinning room for the school, I would submit to a hair transplant. There is no way I would have ever considered doing this on my own but the situation just presented the opportunity and I fell into it. So thanks to my Appleby "friends" the school has a new spinning room and I have a date with Dr. Jones.
A little background
These are photos before the hair transplant.
- A little background