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Lotus Scarless Hair Transplantation (International) Medical Chain Institute Opens New Center on Beijing's Prestigious Chang'An Avenue
Date:4/23/2009

BEIJING, April 23 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- Lotus Scarless Hair Transplantation (International) Medical Chain Institute today announced the opening of their new flagship transplant center on the prestigious Chang'an Avenue West, Beijing, China. The new "Lotus Hospital" is the first U.S. specialized medical and plastics institution for hair transplants in China.

With a floor area of 1,000 square meters, the Hospital is home to state-of-the-art "S.H.T" specialized hair transplantation technology, and under the expert guidance and supervision of Dr. Alan S. Feller, Dr. Sanusi Umar and Jack Yu, the center is confident in its promise to restore both a client's hair and their confidence. With the comfortable surroundings, treatment is not only quick and pain free, but perhaps more importantly, scarless, leaving patients to enjoy their natural looking hair.

According to statistics, there are about 134 million alopecia patients in China, in which men account for 74.8%. With the increase of stress in people's daily life, baldness is increasingly serious, and has become a barrier to employment and marriage for many people, especially men, who have missed great opportunities due to baldness. Baldness has also affected people's daily life and business intercourse. Many people have resorted to numerous cures, such as Chinese herbal medicines, shampoos, western medicines and wigs...but the problem has remained.

According to a head of Lotus, the presence of Lotus in China will help Chinese baldheads change their fates instantly, as they will have nice, full- bodied hair, and will no longer feel self-abased and depressed due to baldness.

Here, this specialized transplanter has also introduced the latest specialized hair follicle testing equipment developed by the School of Medicine, Columbia University, which can analyze various parameters of the hair follicle under a high-precision
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