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Ohio, Ohio (AP) A hair transplant is a procedure that will turn a person’s head hairless and turn them into a new person.
The procedure is popular in New York City, where it is called the “babysitting” of a transplanted face.
It is also common in other parts of the world, including the United States, Canada and Israel.
It’s not a very common procedure.
The U.S. has only about a dozen such transplants performed a year.
The first was performed in 2002 in the Cleveland area, where Dr. David Stuckler became the first transplant surgeon in the country.
The Cleveland Clinic, a public health hospital, had the first patient in 2009.
The clinic says it now has more than 10,000 patients and is seeking more.
The number of people who are eligible for a hair transplanted from the Cleveland Clinic is increasing, but it’s not clear how many have received one.
It was a popular option because it was cheaper than the surgery in New Mexico, which costs about $20,000 and requires a two-week stay.
The surgeon, Dr. Mark Karp, said in an interview that there are no restrictions on who can have the procedure.
Karp said there are many ways to go about getting a hair removed, including: having the person’s hair cut by a professional, having the surgeon shave the patient’s head, and using a plastic bag to hold the head in place.
He said the procedure could be done as a routine procedure, but only with the patient and their family.
But some patients have reported that they were disappointed in the outcome of the procedure, and one said it was painful.
“I would recommend that patients do not go for a transplant if the surgeon has any sort of medical condition that could make the transplant not work,” he wrote in a letter.
Some people are unhappy about the outcome because of potential side effects.
Dr. Robert Wysocki, a plastic surgeon who performed the Cleveland surgery, said he is concerned about the long-term health effects of having a head hair transplant.
But he said that he would recommend a hair cut for the first six months of the process.
If the patient has a history of severe pain, Wysicki said, they could try a procedure called a “spinal capectomy” to remove the head from the spine.
Wysokis own surgery included one procedure that he called the worst hair removal of his life.
Wyoks head was removed because he had the condition, a degenerative spinal condition, called Dravet syndrome, which causes the brain to atrophy.
Wydons wife told WYSOCKI that when she saw the results, she said “I’m going to have to do this again.”
The surgeon said in a written statement that he regrets that “he was not able to save Wysoks life.”
Karp has not spoken publicly about the procedure in more than 20 years.
But in a blog post on his website in January, he wrote about his experiences with the surgery.
He described the procedure as painful.
He did not discuss the pain.
“It was hard to describe the excruciating pain that I felt.
I was trying to think of how to explain it to my wife, who was there for the entire operation,” Karp wrote.
He wrote that he and his wife were told to wait for their heads to grow back in their own body before proceeding.
He told Wysocks wife that he wanted to give her the opportunity to tell her that the procedure had gone well.
He later wrote that she told him, “I hope you know that I really, really like you.”