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Bosley Medical has a stringent procedure to employ physicians and only the best of the best are selected. We make sure only the experienced and qualified candidates make it to our surgical hair restoration team. The physicians are trained by our Medical Director to ensure they develop the exacting skills and artistic capabilities required to become a Bosley Medical Physician. All physicians undergo a rigorous training procedure, where they learn the Bosley procedure. Bosley Medical New York boasts of some very popular and highly experienced physicians - Dr. Ken Washenik and Dr. Anthony P DiBiase. We have received highly encouraging reviews from Bosley New York patients, which speak volumes about the kind of results delivered here.
Ken Washenik, M.D., Ph.D., Medical Director - Beverly Hills and New York
Ken Washenik, M.D., Ph.D., is the Chief Medical Officer and Medical Director of Bosley, the world's largest hair restoration practice and the past Chief Executive Officer of the Aderans Research Institute, a biotechnology firm involved in researching tissue engineered hair follicle neogenesis and cellular based hair restoration.
Dr. Washenik is the immediate past President and a Board member of the North American Hair Research Society and Vice Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Hair Foundation. He is also on the Board of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery and the Cicatricial Alopecia Research Foundation as well as a member of the American Academy of Dermatology and the medical honor society, Alpha Omega Alpha. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Dermatology and a member of the Dermatological Society of Greater New York and the Los Angeles Metropolitan Dermatological Society.
The former director of the Dermatopharmacology Unit at the New York University School of Medicine, Dr. Washenik continues to serve as a clinical investigator and faculty member in the Department of Dermatology.
Dr. Washenik, a well known national and international lecturer, has presented many seminars on hair growth and loss, dermatopharmacology and dermatology-related issues. His Ph.D. is in Cell Biology and focused on hormone metabolism.
Dr. Washenik has published numerous scientific and medical articles in peer review journals including Endocrinology, Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, Archives of Dermatology, The Lancet and The New England Journal of Medicine.
Anthony P. DiBiase, M.D. - New York
Anthony DiBiase, M.D. graduated from Seton Hall University and the Medical College of Wisconsin (Formerly Marquette University School of Medicine). He did his surgical residency at Montefiore Hospital and Medical Center, the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
After a highly successful and gratifying 26-year career in general and vascular surgery in North Jersey, Dr. DiBiase affiliated with the Bosley Hair Restoration group. An opportunity to change gears, a chance to reinvent one's self, blossomed into a whole new career. Since 2002 Dr. DiBiase has become fully engaged in the art and science of hair restoration. With his special interest in natural hair line design, creation of maximum density and minimization of scarring, he has provided his patients with very becoming and pleasing results. He has exercised these principles in the performance of almost 6000 procedures.
Eyebrow restoration has become a major area of interest. Attention to detail and aesthetics have always been important to him and they translate readily in the performance of eyebrow restoration.
While at Bosley over the last ten years, he has served on the Quality Assurance committee and has addressed his colleagues on techniques he has found helpful. He has been a principle investigator in the research of growing hair cells in tissue culture. This will be helpful to those who have limited hair to transplant.
Dr. Anthony DiBiase is a Diplomate of the American Board of Surgery and a Fellow of the American College of Surgery. He has co-authored several papers on lower intestinal bleeding in the elderly and has had scientific exhibits at clinical congresses of The American College of Surgery.
He has been recognized in the Science Section of the New York Times, Cosmetic Surgery Times and Sister to Sister magazine as an expert in the area of hair and eyebrow restoration. Dr. DiBiase continues to enjoy his hair and eyebrow restoration practice at the Bosley New York Surgical Office.
David M. Alpeter, Jr., M.D., F.A.C.S. - New York
Dr. David Alpeter joined Bosley in 2004 after a 13-year career in general surgery. He received his B.A. (cum laude) in Biology from Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, NC and his M.D. from Wake Forest University School of Medicine in 1986. He performed his internship and residency training at Good Samaritan Hospital in Cincinnati and served as Chief Resident his final year.
From 1991 to 2004, Dr. Alpeter served as a General Surgeon at the Ashtabula Clinic. He was a physician in the Cleveland Clinic Health System. During that time he was Director of Managed Care, Chief of Staff at Ashtabula County Medical Center and President of the Ashtabula Clinic Physicians Group.
After 13 years Dr. Alpeter felt he needed a new challenge. He was approached to consider hair transplantation. "At first I was reluctant because of my impression of hair transplants looking like dolls' hair. When I saw how natural and truly undetectable modern techniques were, I was blown away".
In 2004, Dr. Alpeter chose to practice hair transplantation exclusively with Bosley. Now, after having done well over 6500 hair transplantations, he appreciates the combination of artistry and science that goes into every procedure. "Creating a hairline that is completely natural and compliments the patient's facial structure is paramount. At the same time, there is no question that the more hair that is moved, the better the result".
David Alpeter, M.D. is board certified in General Surgery and is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons (FACS). He is a member of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS).
He is licensed to practice medicine in the states of New York, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Florida, Texas, Illinois, Arizona and California.
Anthony Mollura, M.D., I.S.H.R.S. - New York
You could say that Dr. Anthony Mollura has an artist's eyes and a surgeon's hands. Perhaps this is because he was at the epicenter of the artistic world while studying medicine in Italy at the University of Rome. "What better place to study and appreciate art than Rome and Florence," stated Dr. Mollura, "The experience helped me develop a good artistic eye." His appreciation for balance, composition and aesthetics are an integral part of what makes him such a talented hair transplant surgeon.
Dr. Mollura attended the esteemed Wagner College in New York where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Bacteriology. Following graduation from medical school at the University of Rome, Dr. Mollura spent one year in Beijing working in the impoverished areas of China with the United Nations World Food Program. He returned to the United States to complete his internship at Coney Island Hospital in New York, followed by his residency program affiliated with the School of Medicine at the State University of New York. He then set up a family practice while also working in the emergency department of Franklin Hospital Medical Center in Nassau County, New York.
Although Dr. Mollura had a successful family practice and enjoyed the intensity of the hospital ER, something was still missing. It was then that he met a colleague who practiced hair restoration surgery. "I was instantly attracted not only to the surgical aspect of the procedure but also the artistic aspect," said Dr. Mollura, "It combined what I was most interested in - Medicine, Surgery and Art." Realizing he was at a crossroads, he made the bold decision to close his family practice, leave the hospital and become a hair transplant surgeon. "This was a deciding point in my life. I had to make a choice that would affect not only my life but also my family's," he reflected. "but knowing how gratifying it would be to see the impact you could make in someone's life by restoring their hair, along with their confidence and self esteem, made the decision an easy one." After performing nearly 3,500 hair transplant procedures, he knows he has found his true calling.
For Dr. Mollura, the most rewarding aspect of being a hair transplant surgeon is seeing the difference he makes in his patient's lives. "It's extremely rewarding when a patient conveys to me how grateful they are for changing their lives," smiled Dr. Mollura, "People who never left their home without a baseball cap suddenly take their hats off and see the sunshine." Then with a laugh he adds, "I've saved lives in the emergency room without even a thank you from the patient. I restore someone's hairline and the next thing I know, they're asking me to be the Godfather to their first born."
Bosley New York is proud to have Dr. Mollura on board its medical staff to share his expertise.