Modern Hair Restoration by Dr. Parsa Mohebi Modern Hair Restoration is an authoritative guide on treatments for the most common patterns of hair loss. The book answers many questions relating to hair loss and the most successful techniques used to treat it. Modern Hair Restoration is a one of a kind guide which offers a comprehensive analysis of modern hair loss treatment options for both men and women. The book evaluates the pros and cons for different types of options so that you can select a course of treatment that is best for you. Some of the most popular treatment options that are covered in this book include the following. Surgical options: Strip Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) Scalp Scar Revision Body and Facial Hair Transplant Non-Surgical Options: Finasteride Rogaine Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) Laser Therapy for Hair Loss Concealers or Cover Ups Although deciding to get a hair transplant is a very important life decision, it is only the first step. After reading this book, you will know the most important questions to ask your hair transplant doctor so you get the most out of your consultation. You will learn about effective hair loss medications used to control hair loss. The book also offers in depth coverage of post surgical treatments used to accelerate healing in the weeks and months after a transplant. The book helps you along your journey as you learn about important milestones in your recovery. It also details effective treatments for common complications that could occur after a hair transplant. In this book, you will learn about the latest advances in modern hair restoration which have helped patients achieve results they have never dreamed of before.Biografía del autor:
Dr. Parsa Mohebi, medical director of US Hair Restoration, is a world renowned hair transplant surgeon, whose centers in Beverly Hills and Los Angeles utilize the most advanced technology in hair restoration. Dr. Mohebi has been at the forefront of hair restoration through research, peer education, and invention. He has collaborated with academic institutions on studies concerning hair growth, hair multiplications, and wound healing. He has traveled the globe, where his lectures and presentations on hair loss and new hair restoration techniques are heavily sought after by colleagues and international medical organizations. Dr. Mohebi began his medical education in Iran before enrolling for surgical training in the United States. After completing his internship at the University of North Dakota, Dr. Mohebi served in surgical residency at the University of New Mexico and York Hospital in Pennsylvania. Dr. Mohebi continued to pursue medical research in the Department of Surgical Sciences at Johns Hopkins Medical Institute where he conducted several studies on wound healing and hair growth using growth factors and gene therapy techniques. Hair growth studies in laboratory models stimulated his creativity and led him to further explore the frontiers of hair loss treatment and medical hair restoration. After completing his fellowship in surgical hair restoration with pioneering hair transplant surgeon Dr. William Rassman, he started his hair restoration practice in Los Angeles. That is where he has continued to change the lives of thousands of hair loss patients. His signature invention, the Laxometer, is the first device that objectively measures the laxity of the scalp. It improves the safety for hair transplant patients by reducing complications that may result from removing too much skin during a large hair transplant procedure. In addition to his numerous presentations at international medical seminars, he has been a featured author and contributor in many academic journals and publications. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery, fellow of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery and the first elected chairman of the FUE Research Committee of the International Society of Hair Restoration.
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