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About Our Surgeon, Dr. Daniel McGrath

I know we talk a lot about him, but here’s some more information on why Dr. McGrath really is the best of the best when it comes to hair transplantation…

Dr. Daniel McGrath was elected one of 10 Directors worldwide to the ABHRS, the only certification program recognized by the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery. He is one of less than 200 hair replacement surgeons around the world to have achieved this level of expertise in hair restoration surgery.

A graduate of Nova Southern University with a Doctor of Osteopathy degree, he performed his General Surgery Residency at Botsford General Hospital before entering into private practice.

Suffering from male pattern hair loss since his mid twenties Dr. McGrath underwent hair restoration surgery and was so impressed with the results and current techniques that he began a year long Hair Transplantation Fellowship under the tutelage of some of the worlds leading surgeons. Less than 20 hair surgeons worldwide have dedicated the time and energy to refine their skills through a fellowship program.

Today, Dr. McGrath has dedicated a significant part of his practice to hair restoration surgery for both men and women. Dr. McGrath also performs the specialized techniques of eyebrow and eyelash hair transplantation.

Qualifications:

Credentials

  • Diplomate, American Osteopathic Board of Family Practice,
  • National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners

Education

  • Hair Transplantation Fellowship, Ziering Medical, Newport Beach, California
  • Residency, General Surgery, Botsford General Hospital, Farmington Hills, Michigan
  • Doctorate of Osteopathic Medicine, Nova Southeastern University
  • Bachelor’s Degree, Florida State University

Affiliations

  • Director: American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery
  • Member: International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery
  • Diplomate, American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery
  • American Academy of Hair Restoration Surgeons
  • American Osteopathic Association
  • American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery
  • American Medical Association
  • American College of Osteopathic Surgeons
  • American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery

Honors

  • Redding Medical Center, Medical Records Department Chairperson 1994-1996
  • Redding medical Center, Executive Committee, 1994
  • Shasta Independent Physicians Association, President, 1996-1997
  • Medical Director for multiple cosmetic surgery facilities in Southern California

For more information on surgical hair restoration or to schedule a complimentary consultation with Dr. McGrath, call 713-838-1880 or visit www.tmhair.com.

 

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Eyebrow Hair Transplants – Dr. Daniel McGrath

For over a year now, we have been working with one of the best hair restoration surgeons in the entire country and we couldn’t be more pleased with our partnership. Being able to offer ALL solutions to hair loss (nonsurgical and surgical) has been something we have wanted to do for years, and Dr. Daniel McGrath has made that possible for us.

What people may not know:

Hair transplantation has been used successfully for many years to fill out patchy or partial eyebrows, to restore absent eyebrows, and even camouflage scars within the eyebrow area. Various medical conditions can result in eyebrow loss, but probably the most common cause is self-induced.

Women who pluck their eyebrows run the significant risk of permanently damaging the hair follicles that are repeatedly plucked, thus causing permanent brow loss. Other causes of eyebrow loss include chemotherapy, trauma from accidents and burn injuries.

Eyebrows are very important to a person’s appearance since they essentially frame, and give symmetry to the face. Loss of eyebrow hair can have a profound effect on a person’s self confidence and general well being.

While eyebrow reconstruction technology had been reported as far back as the early nineteenth century, it has taken the evolution of conventional hair transplant surgery to take eyebrow reconstruction to the level the we see today. Some patients want to get full, thick eyebrows while some seek a subtle thickness.

Dr. McGrath has developed specialized techniques to restore eyebrows to a very natural appearance for men and women.

If you are interested in eyebrow restoration, call our clinic to schedule your free consultation to find out if you are a candidate at 713-838-1880, or visit www.tmhair.com. 

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Actual Patient: Eyebrow Hair Transplantation

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New Year, New Hair Continued…

Here are some fun, New Year’s Hair Resolutions to give yourself if you’re looking to spice up your lock-life…

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  1. Try that new color you’ve been wanting to try– Some of us are dying for a new hair color, others are considering a different cut and yet we’re too scared to act on it and actually make it happen!  Be braver this year and do what you feel is right.
  2. Restock when necessary– Throw away products with expired dates, pass along or swap the ones that are not doing it for you. Don’t wait for your brushes to fall apart before you decide to get a new one, and invest in some better quality brushes if need be! As for the products – either use them or pass them along but definitely ask for samples before you invest your hard earned cash in something you haven’t tried before.
  3. Spend a bit more– But only on the right products! If you love a certain product or you’ve managed to get some samples and decide that it is truly fabulous, don’t let the price stand in your way. You may end up spending the same amount purchasing cheaper products in hopes you’ll find a budget-friendly replacement.
  4. Deep Condition– Make a commitment to deep conditioning. It only takes a few minutes, but you’ll notice the difference and so will everyone else! There’s no time like the present to get started. A regular deep conditioning treatment will help lock in your hair’s moisture and keep it looking fabulous now and all year long. Talk to a hair loss specialist to find out what product would be best for you!
  5. Take care of your hair while you sleep– Some of us have experienced awful tangles in the inner layer of our hair the morning after a long nights’ rest. This year, resolve to use a silk or satin pillowcase, or sleep in a satin hair bonnet or hair wrap to keep your hair protected all night long. Not only will your hair look better when you wake up, it’ll prevent drying and tangling that cotton pillowcases often do. Loose braids are always an easy way to avoid tangling if you don’t have a satin pillowcase.
  6. Get new tools– Curling irons, flat irons and hot rollers aren’t designed to last forever. If you’ve had the same tools since high school, it may be time to toss them in the garbage and shop for new ones. This also means you can style your hair with less damage and your new ‘do might even come together more quickly and better looking than before. A good rule of thumb is to shop for new styling tools if you notice a smell emanating from the current ones or if you simply can’t remember how long you’ve had them.

For more information or hair loss, visit www.tmhair.com.

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New Year, New Hair…

Here are some new hair ideas to help you start feeling fresh and fabulous to start 2016…

  1. Move your part over a bit. You don’t need to change to the other side completely, but sometimes moving it left or right by an inch can help your hair to feel fresh.
  2. Deep condition and take really great care of your ends. Healthy hair styles better than unhealthy hair, plain and simple. So, do a deep conditioner a few times a month (or more if your hair needs it) to really make sure you keep your hair in tip top shape.
  3. Add bangs or just a face frame. If you are really dying for a change, go for a full fringe. If you want something a little less bold, try a soft face frame, or maybe a cheek grazing bang on one side.
  4. Ask for a few balayage highlights if your color feels dull. Balayage has become more popular than traditional foiling methods. It’s a soft method that grows out like a dream, and adds brightness exactly where the sun would.
  5. Practice braids or a simple half up style. If you have more than just the ability to pull your hair into a ponytail in your arsenal, you’ll be less frustrated on days when you need to pull your hair back.  So spend time learning at least one new technique, master it, and when you are bored with your hair you’ll have a new style to wear.

Here are some new hairstyles to try for the new year…hairstyles2

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For more information on hair or hair loss, visit www.tmhair.com.

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