Meet Dr. Dean
Dr. Randy M. Dean joined Strax Rejuvenation in Lauderhill, Florida, in 2013. His extensive experience in hair restoration helps patients throughout the South Florida region achieve remarkable results. Dr. Dean also specializes in tickle liposuction, a relatively new liposculpture technique that requires less anesthesia and delivers results that are equal to or better than older methods.
Dr. Dean graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Pittsburgh with a bachelor’s of science in biology. He received his medical degree from Hahnemann University in Philadelphia, where he served as the President of his Medical School Class. He completed his internship and residency in General Surgery at the Western Pennsylvania Hospital, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Dr. Dean is Board Certified by the American Board of Hair Restoration and the American Board of Surgery. He’s a member of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS) and is a current member of the American Medical Association and the Florida Medical Association.
Dr. Dean began his medical career in general and vascular surgery at the Chesterfield General Hospital in Cheraw, South Carolina, where he first served as the Vice President of Staff, and then as the Chief of Surgery. He went on to be the Vice Chief of Surgery at St. Joseph Hospital in Port Charlotte, Florida, before being promoted to the Chief of Surgery.
Dr. Dean became affiliated with the Bosley Medical Group, a large hair transplantation group. He has performed hair transplantation at different Bosley surgical offices in North America and continues to provide coverage in various offices as needed.
Dr. Dean has received specialized training in tickle liposuction, platelet rich plasma therapy, stem cell rich fat transfer, advanced orthostatic liposuction, Dysport® injection therapy, and breast augmentation under level I. He also completed training at the Advanced Dermal Training Program. Dr. Dean is licensed to practice medicine in the states California, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, and Pennsylvania.