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Trivellini Tech Now Announces the Latest Technology in Hair Restoration – Long Hair FUE Transplant
Date:12/5/2018

Trivellini Tech announces the latest version of Trivellini system and it is known as Trivellini Long Hair, based on a version previously known as Mamba Nano, Trivellini Long Hair introduces the ability to harvest long hair grafts during FUE hair restoration. According to Dr. Trivellini, this version of “Trivellini system has the same capabilities as the last generation but it can also be programmed to extract long hair without trimming thanks to different modes and/or a combination of modes utilizing different variations of speed and time. This advanced technology allows the operator to adjust the system based on the patient’s skin and hair type to provide natural results.”

When asked how the machine works to harvest long hair grafts, Dr. Trivellini said “the new system is equipped with a preset program mode that works best when harvesting long hair from patients. This is the first time surgeons have had a device that allows for the extraction of hair follicles without the need to shave the donor area. Our Trivellini system for long hair FUE has already been tested in a few centers and has proven to be very efficient in the harvesting of long hair.”

Ronald Benitez, the CEO of Trivellini Tech, says “long hair FUE transplant is being described as the future of hair restoration. Doctors are embracing this method of FUE hair transplantation because it makes the procedure less invasive than previous hair restoration techniques. The patients don’t even need to have their hair shaved before this FUE transplant technique. Transplanted long hair gives surgeons a better understanding of the outcome of the hair restoration procedure so they can adjust both the density and distribution of the grafts during the procedure without having to wait for future growth.”

Dr. Trivellini added “the results provided by long hair FUE transplant are the result of years of testing and research. We are proud to be leading the way in providing results that remain natural in appearance while also making the hair transplant process easier for patients.”

About Trivellini Tech:
Trivellini Tech combines years of evolution and technological improvements in the fields of electronics and materials to develop and create new devices for FUE hair transplant. Trivellini Tech (previously known as Mamba Instruments) was established in 2011 by Dr. Roberto Trivellini with the creation of the first vacuum assisted multiphasic FUE system. The system has advanced since then by adding many cutting-edge technologies in the field of hair restoration and becoming the most innovative medical technology firm in the field of hair restoration.

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