Before Hair Transplant:
– Patient evaluation
– Procedure plan and medical approach
– Principles of modern hair transplant
– Procedure review and preoperative diagnosis
Special Handson Practice for
•Female Hair Transplant - Hairline, Density, Angle
•Eyebrow & Eyelash Transplnt
•Beard & Mustache Transplant
•Scalp Micro Pigmentation (SMP)
Densitometry and Video-Microscopy
•Hair biology from a surgical perspective
•Understanding pattern hair loss
•Non Patterned hair loss
Patients consultation training, sales Power Point and surgery planning.
1.Counsel and advise patients on the risks and benefits of hair restoration surgery. Address the patient's specific general medical and psychological condition, including consideration of the patient's age, sex, physical examination, and family history of hair loss.
2.Design integrated medical and surgical treatment plans, including hairlines and crowns, for patients between the ages of 16 and 65 who have Norwood-Hamilton patterns II through VII and Ludwig patterns I, II, and III.
Medical assistance before and during the procedure:
FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) and BHT (Body Hair Transplant):
– Principles of modern hair transplant involving FUE and BHT
– Extraction process : donor and body hair (e.g. beard and chest)
– Hand-on-training with the FUE-punch including manual and motorized extraction of follicular units
Graft care & Storage / Preparation of grafts/training your team/developing standard operating procedures/medical records keeping.
– Restoration process: IMPLANTATION BY LATEST PEN IMPLANTERS. – Aesthetic design & Artistry in hair restoration: natural hair lines, placement of the grafts, graft angle, temple hair angling, densities.
1.Place follicular unit grafts into appropriately sized recipient sites with minimal physiologic and physical follicular trauma.
2.Calculate and administer an appropriate dose of medication for sedation and local anaesthesia for hair replacement surgery, including the use of tumescent solution.
3.Set up a hair transplant operating room that will provide a safe environment for patients and staff, including, but not limited to, sterile techniques, proper management of bio hazardous materials, and ergonometrically sound work stations.
FUE grafts management in the donor and recipient area
FUE: Potential Pitfalls, Problems, and Remedies
Transection rate : definitions and calculations
Scalp Micropigmentation : characteristics, advantages/disadvantages, results
- Donor area: is the appearance the same with FUE and FUT after the surgery?
- Is the BH re-growth the same as hair re-growth (does the body hairs have the same texture as hair?)
- Is there a need to trim epidermis or not from FUE grafts?ACell Scar Repair
New Instrumentation for 3-step Follicular Unit Extraction
Magnification in hair restoration/Ergonomics in hair restoration.
hair rEstoration in NW GRADE 5/6/7 PATIENTS
manual v/s motorized fue
Scalp Biopsy and Hair Loss Diagnosis»
Come and see the post operative results of some of our patients.
FEMALE HAIR LOSS:
- FUE in women –
Hair or Body hairs ? BHT peculiarities
SCAR REPAIR (Scar reduction: FUT – Grafting into a scar: FUE)
BEARD TRANSPLANT: techniques, strategies, results.
-Photography in hair restoration
-Future of hair restoration-
– Costumer Care
– Medical help
– Wound care
– Treatment after the procedure
Age and the Donor Zone in FU Hair Transplants
Finasteride in the Treatment of Female Hair Loss
Update on the Cause and Medical Treatment of Patterned Hair Loss
Hair Transplant Terminology
Equipment list and clinic set up know-how.
Marketing, CRM programs and management
Telephone assistance for one year as well as help with consultations.
Franchising Programs are also available and further information can be provided by the ISHR team on request
Following topics will be shared in 10 days and 1month workshop-
Strategies for follicular cell implantation
Dense hair transplantation from sparse donor area – introducing the “follicular family unit
The art and science of minigrafting
Long-hair follicular unit transplantation
Hair Curvature: An Important Factor in Natural Looking Hairline.
Cultured Peribulbar Dermal Sheath Cells Can Induce Hair Follicle Development and Contribute to the Dermal Sheath and Dermal Papilla
Single-hair transplantation for hairline refinement: a practical solution
The changes in hair growth pattern after autologous hair transplantation.
Regrowth of grafted human scalp hair after removal of the bulb.
Trans-Gender Induction of Hair Follicles
Does the Recipient Site Influence the Hair Growth Characteristics in Hair Transplantation
Graft anchoring in hair transplantation
Techniques for Limiting the Amount of Epinephrine in Large Hair Restoration Surgeries
Bimatoprost for the Treatment of Thinning Eyebrows
Avoiding Pitfalls in Planning a Hair Transplant
Art of Repair in Surgical Hair Restoration
Graft Injury from Dehydration: H2O and the X-factor
Delayed Growth Revisited
Aesthetics of Follicular Transplantation