Hair Restoration Blog Dallas

What Can the Robot Not Replace in Hair Restoration

Published on March 14, 2013 by

Robots are meant to perform repeated, technically precise work that a human hand cannot perform reliably. In this case the ARTAS Robotic FUE (Follicular Unit Excision) technology does an incredible job at harvesting hairs with utmost precision in a distribution pattern that affords maximal camouflage in an individual who wants to keep his hair short. […]

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My Hair Transplant Team: Why It Matters

Published on February 20, 2013 by

It may have been a little while since I have likened my hair transplant team to a Formula One race team but I believe it is worth restating that here and elaborating on why I feel that way. Another example is the peloton in the bicycling world: without the team to help bring the team […]

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Phase 2 Training for Hair-Transplant Assistants

Published on June 21, 2012 by

Phase 2 training can be done in a live human patient or more ideally with cadaver tissue. Since I run a course using cadavers in St. Louis, I can help bridge a hair-transplant assistant from foam tissue to a live model with more ease. Just like in Phase 1 training, the goal is to master […]

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Phase 1 Training for Hair Transplant Assistants

Published on June 2, 2012 by

One thing that I am very proud of is that my team at the Lam Institute for Hair Restoration has developed training of assistants worldwide. We do this through our textbook, Hair Transplant 360, volume 2, which is the first ever book for hair-transplant assistants and in our course, Hair Transplant Workshop, in St. Louis, […]

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Is Hair Restoration Just a Job?

Published on May 13, 2012 by

Like anything in life, don’t pursue something if you are not passionate about it. Many of my facial plastic surgery colleagues are intrigued why I love hair transplant so much. They see hair transplants as a tedious, boring job where thousands of grafts are meticulously placed into the head. I see it as an amazing […]

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The Principles of Making Results Seamlessly Natural Results for Hair Transplants Even Close Up

Published on February 4, 2012 by

Many of the other blog articles have touched upon various elements of quality control that lead to excellent surgical outcomes. What I would like to do is to talk more globally about problems that I see that make a hair transplant result look fake when looking closely at the work. Unfortunately, the public thinks that […]

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