Hair Restoration Blog Dallas

Progress on Hair Transplant 360, Volume 3 (my new book)

Published on May 8, 2013 by

As many of you know Emina and I each wrote texbooks, Hair Transplant 360, volumes 1 and 2, respectively, a few years ago. Attending so many major meetings, I realized that even though our books are still highly relevant I needed a new volume that would reflect the multi-author, international perspective along with featuring the […]

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Designing Hair Patterns for Hair Restoration Based on Usable Donor Hair

Published on July 2, 2012 by

In an ideal world, even the baldest man could have a fulfilling hair transplant and have his entire head covered with hair again. Obviously, this is realistically not always the case. It is a question of supply and demand: supply being how much usable donor hair there is to transplant the area and demand being […]

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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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Basic Hairline Shapes Created for Hair Transplant

Published on January 8, 2012 by

Although there are many types of hairlines that can be designed, for the sake of simplicity I try to discuss two basic shapes when I lecture to students at my hair-transplant course in St. Louis every year. They are the bell-shape and the round-shape. The bell shape is a narrower design that changes from a […]

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