i was googling the address for John lord when I got your article. im in my 40’s and want to inquire about hair transplant. someone i knew went to him and was happy about the result and it was also inexpensive. wanted to try it but very scared about his history, outcome if i were to go elsewhere and the amount i will end up paying. my hair is thin and i just want a thicker full hair especially front area.
John Lord is not a doctor, but somehow owns a surgical hair transplant clinic. This is illegal in California, but he was able to skirt the law. His clinic was responsible for the only reported death in the history of hair transplantation just a few years ago. The patient who died came to see me a couple of weeks before he had the transplant that killed him. Our clinic fees were a bit higher so to save money he ended up at John Lord’s clinic. And well… you know what happened next.
Our facility is fully accredited with the AAAHC (Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care), which guarantees that our processes are first rate, infections are very rare, and safety is paramount as it is built into our system. We are audited every three years and all of our records are reviewed by this agency for safety and poor outcomes. We’re one of the very few hair transplant clinics to go through this rigorous auditing and accreditation.
I had the opportunity to see a few of the patients from John Lord’s clinics and the results were clearly substandard. Maybe the bad transplants are the only ones that came to see me for repairs. As for the cost of hair transplantation, that depends on how much hair needs to be moved. I’m in Los Angeles if you’d like to make an appointment (it’s free).