Dr Vito C. Quatela endorses the Scalp Aesthetics technique
It took a very long time, but about 3 or 4 years ago Scalp Aesthetics started to gain the recognition we believe we rightfully deserve, for pushing the boundaries of modern scalp micropigmentation techniques beyond the realms of what was previously thought possible. This recognition has reached a tipping point now and is accelerating exponentially, to such an extent that we barely have to work on our Public Relations any more. Every media outlet in the land seems to want to tell our story, and we’re gaining endorsements all over the place.
This latest endorsement however, is quite special. Dr Vito Quatela of the Quatela Center For Hair Restoration is one of Rochester’s most prominent facial plastic surgeons with a fantastically successful career stretching back decades. Anything Dr Quatela doesn’t know about cosmetic surgery most likely isn’t worth knowing, and he’s become something of an authoritative figure and spokesperson for the industry as a whole.
Dr. Quatela has over 25 years of hair restoration experience and is a diplomate of the American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery, a board recognized by the prestigious American Board of Medical Specialties. Dr. Quatela often appears in the media, educating others about aesthetic surgery techniques. He has appeared as a speaker and is regularly featured in interviews with reputable publications, such as the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, W Magazine, and the Wall Street Journal. He has also appeared on FOX, ABC, NBC, and CBS network news.
Scalp Aesthetics CEO Bryce Cleveland and Dr Vito Quatela each share a mutual respect for the expertise of the other. Within a recent piece of news coverage in the Democrat & Chronicle, when asked about the Scalp Aesthetics Technique, Dr Quatela responded:
“I think there is a place for it, even as an adjunct to surgery. What he is essentially doing is pigmenting the scalp so it matches the hair color, and doing it in such a way that it just doesn’t look like a tattoo dot, but looks like a mini strand of hair. It’s very creative.”