Bosley Medical New York Doctors and Physicians
Bosley Medical employs its physicians after a rigorous screening procedure. Only the most qualified, experienced and outstanding candidates can practice under the Bosley banner, ensuring that they have the artistic skills and understanding necessary to perform hair restoration surgery at the highest level.
Bosley New York is proud to field some of the most recognized and experience physicians in the industry - Dr. Anthony DiBiase, Dr. David Alpeter and Dr. Anthony Mollura.
Anthony P. DiBiase, M.D., I.S.H.R.S.
Bosley Medical New York Doctor Anthony DiBiase, M.D. completed his education at Seton Hall University and the Medical College of Wisconsin. He completed his surgical residency at Montefiore Hospital and Medical Center, at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
Following a storied 26-year career in general and vascular surgery in North Jersey, Dr. DiBiase joined forces with the Bosley Hair Restoration group.
Since 2002 Dr. DiBiase has been a primary contributor to the art and science of hair restoration. Since that time, he has concentrated his work on natural hair line design for creating density and minimizing scar tissue. The results speak for themselves, but his patient testimonials speak even louder.
In recent times, Dr. DBiase has specialized in eyebrow restoration. His incredible attention to details and an eye for the aesthetic has resulted in a portfolio of work that is second to none.
In the last ten years with Bosley, Dr. DiBiase has worked with the Quality Assurance committee to train his colleagues in his most successful techniques. He has also been a lead researcher into the methodology of growing hair cells in tissue culture.
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 taken part in numerous scientific exhibits at clinical congresses of The American College of Surgery.
He has been recognized for his knowledge in the area of hair and eyebrow restoration in the Science Section of the New York Times, Cosmetic Surgery Times and Sister to Sister magazine. Dr. DiBiase takes pride in cointuing to practice hair and eyebrow restoration at the Bosley Surgical Office in New York.
David M. Alpeter, Jr., M.D., F.A.C.S., I.S.H.R.S.
Bosley Medical New York Doctor Dr. David Alpeter joined Bosley in 2004 following a 13-year career in general surgery. He received his B.A. in Biology from Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, NC and his M.D. from Wake Forest University School of Medicine in 1986. He completed his internship and residency training at Good Samaritan Hospital in Cincinnati and served as Chief Resident his final year.
Between 1991 and 2004, Dr. Alpeter served as General Surgeon at the Ashtabula Clinic, and was a physician in the Cleveland Clinic Health System. He went on to become the Director of Managed Care, Chief of Staff at Ashtabula County Medical Center and President of the Ashtabula Clinic Physicians Group.
Dr. Alpeter felt that he needed a new challenge, and was asked to consider practicing 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 solely with Bosley. After successfully completing over 6500 transplantations, he has become completely enamored with the blend of artistry and science in 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".
Dr. Alpeter, M.D. is board certified in General Surgery and is a member of the American College of Surgeons (FACS). He is a member of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS).
He is certified 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.
Dr. Anthony Mollura - Bosley Medical New York Doctor has an artist's eyes and a surgeon's hands. His passion for the arts was cultivated when 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." What makes him a talented hair transplant surgeon is his admiration for balance, composition and aesthetics.
Dr. Mollura received a Bachelor of Science degree in Bacteriology from the esteemed Wagner College in New York and went on to attend Medical School at the University of Rome. In the year that followed, Dr Mollura worked in Beijing and poverty-stricken areas of China with the United Nations World Food Program. He returned to the US for his internship at Coney Island Hospital in New York, and completed a residency program affiliated with the School of Medicine at the State University, New York. Dr. Mollura started a family practice and worked in the emergency department at the Franklin Hospital Medical Center in Nassau County, New York.
Later, 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. The combination of Medicine, Surgery and Art impressed him. Realizing that he was at a crossroads, he decided to stop his family practice, 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." Today, he has successfully completed 3,500 hair transplant procedures, and is known as an expert in the hair restoration field.
For Dr. Mollura, the best part of being a hair transplant surgeon is the difference he can make in someone's life. "It's extremely rewarding when a patient conveys to me how grateful they are for changing their lives," said Dr. Mollura with a grin "People who never left their home without a baseball cap suddenly take their hats off and see the sunshine." He then 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 is proud to have Dr. Mollura on board.