Posts Tagged ‘hair grafts’

Progress in Hair Restoration: Smaller Sites, Better Results

Published on September 3, 2013 by

By Emina Karamanovski Often times I get asked what is the newest thing in hair restoration. There are two major progresses made in the last ten years. One helped improve the density and naturalness of the transplanted hair, and the

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Why I Do Not Charge Per Graft for My Hair Transplant Services

Published on August 12, 2011 by

Why I Do Not Charge Per Graft for My Hair Transplant Services One of the most frequently asked questions that I receive is “How much do you charge per graft?” The answer is that I don’t, which usually puzzles my

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The Principle of Convergence: How to Leverage Grafts in Hair Transplantation

Published on July 14, 2011 by

The Principle of Convergence: How to Leverage Grafts in Hair Transplantation In the past two years I have made a small but significant modification to my hair transplant work that I would like to share with my prospective and established

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Hair Transplant for the Crown Part 5: Creating the Right Pattern and Density Allocation

Published on May 20, 2011 by

Hair Transplant for the Crown Part 5: Creating the Right Pattern and Density Allocation To conclude this blog article series on crown hair restoration, we leave the most complicated part to the end. This article combines much of the knowledge

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Designing a Temporal Point in Hair Restoration: Why, In Whom, and How?

Published on April 28, 2011 by

Designing a Temporal Point in Hair Restoration: Why, In Whom, and How? The temporal point has become a much-vaulted point of discussion in many of the recent International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS) meetings. When discussing the temporal point,

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Handling Tissues Gently in Hair Restoration

Published on April 26, 2011 by

Handling Tissues Gently in Hair Restoration My mentor always taught me, “Sam, no amount of ice can replace the gentle hand of a surgeon.” Those words have remained fixed in my mind every time I approach a patient and his/her

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Vertex Transition Zone: Why It is Important and What Does it Mean

Published on April 14, 2011 by

Vertex Transition Zone: Why It is Important and What Does it Mean The vertex transition zone (VTZ), or vertex transition point, can also be thought of as the posterior “hairline” in that it forms the transition from the flat, horizontal

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Why Interlocking Is So Important in Making Recipient Sites for Hair Transplants

Published on April 7, 2011 by

Why Interlocking Is So Important in Making Recipient Sites for Hair Transplants There are so many aspects to making excellent recipient sites during a hair-transplant procedure including angle, tilt, direction, pattern, density, etc. We will just focus on one aspect:

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The Role of Tumescence in Hair Restoration: A Ship at High Tide

Published on April 4, 2011 by

The Role of Tumescence in Hair Restoration: A Ship at High Tide All donor closures are not the same, nor is all donor hair harvesting. What is a prerequisite to good donor harvesting and closures is excellent tumescence. Tumescence refers

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Regions of the Head for Hair Transplant Part 4 of 4: The Crown

Published on March 30, 2011 by

Regions of the Head for Hair Transplant Part 4 of 4: The Crown The final area of the scalp that I am going to address is the crown. It is also known as the vertex. Some surgeons differentiate between the

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