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Novel Technique in Wound Closure Delivers More Discreet Results in Hair Transplant Patients
Date:7/31/2014

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) July 31, 2014

Dr. Parsa Mohebi presented his groundbreaking technique for donor wound closure in front of an enthusiastic audience of international hair restoration surgeons. His technique known as Partial Trichophytic Closure improves the appearance of a patient’s hair transplant scar. Patients are extremely satisfied since the results of this procedure are minimally detectable in most cases.

The doctor explained how this novel technique improves on the original method of donor wound closure known as Trichophytic Closure, “Partial Trichophytic Closure removes only the edges of the wound that will not grow hair due to minimal damage that may happen to the hair follicles. This new procedure involves a close examination of both edges of the patient’s donor wound to determine what part of the skin needs to be removed in order to minimize the visibility of the scar. After a hair transplant, the patient will notice hair growth through the overlapping folds which further help to disguise the scar.”

While presenting this new method, Dr. Mohebi mentioned how this technique can be an effective treatment for patients who would like to keep their hair short, “This technique has caused tremendous excitement among short haired patients who have never considered a strip FUT procedure before due to the visibility of the scar. These patients are amazed at how discreet these results are.”

Dr. Mohebi traveled to San Francisco, Brazil, and Italy this past year to talk about how this novel technique has helped his patient’s in their hair restoration journey. Doctors who attended these medical meetings were excited by this new innovation and told Dr. Mohebi how eager they were to adopt this advanced technique for hair restoration.

Dr. Mohebi currently offers Partial Trichophytic Closure for almost all patients who are eligible for a strip hair transplant procedure at his centers in Southern California.

About US Hair Restoration:
US Hair Restoration was established in 2008 by Dr. Parsa Mohebi. As chairman of FUE Research Committee and creator of the several methods and techniques in modern hair restoration, Dr. Mohebi and his staff provide the most advanced techniques in hair restoration. The overall goal at US Hair Restoration is to restore patient’s self-esteem through the use of quality hair restoration.

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