Hair Restoration Clinical Training Dallas

Hair Transplant Clinical Training Program

Lam Institute Clinical Training program

A hair restoration surgeon cannot operate without a proficient team of 2 or more surgical assistants. However, currently no school for assistant training exists to meet that demand. Without a skilled team behind a surgeon, quality and efficiency of any hair-restoration procedure will almost certainly fall short of the desired aesthetic mark. For that reason, our clinical training offers on-site expert surgical assistance while simultaneously training up to 3 assistants and providing coaching for a physician.

Because it often takes three to six months for transplanted hair to grow and see the results of surgery, the success of a hair-restoration practice depends not only on good surgical skills but also on relationships with established patients. Our training teaches techniques for managing difficult clinical scenarios and includes post-training phone support (for 4 hours over the following 6 months). For those who would like to refine their skills we offer additional, optional post-training visits and/or simply phone coaching.

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Clinical Training & Physician Support:

  1. On-site expert surgical assistance
      a. High-quality and efficient graft preparation and placement
      b. Overview of the surgical flow and coaching for improvement if necessary
  2. Training up to 3 assistants
      a. Teaching skills for proper graft preparation and placement
      b. Introducing fundamental knowledge needed to make proper judgment regarding safe graft preparation and placement
      c. Teaching surgical set up and cleaning
      d. Post-training assistant evaluation
  3. Coaching physicians
      a. Evaluating and suggesting methods for skill and/or technique improvement
      b. Introducing complex yet subtle concepts of hair restoration (based on level of experience) in order to promote critical thinking
  4. Post-training phone support (4 hours over the following 6 months)
      a. Assistants’ and/or physician’s skill/technique related questions
      b. Administrative questions
      c. Dealing with challenging situations
  5. Techniques for managing challenging clinical scenarios
      a. Introducing different types of challenging clinical scenarios
      b. Offering solutions: possible approaches and/or corrective actions
  6. Optional post-training visits
      a. Evaluating and suggesting methods for skill and/or technique improvement for both assistants and physicians
      b. Evaluating and suggesting methods for better administrative flow


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