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Hair Transplant Market expected to reach USD 23,881.9 million by the end of 2023

Hair Transplant Market expected to reach USD 23,881.9 million by the end of 2023

The global hair transplant market has been evaluated as a rapidly growing market and it is expected to continue growing in the near future.

Hair loss is one of the major problems across the globe. Increasing awareness about various hair transplant treatment is major driver for the market growth.

Increasing number of hair transplant procedures is another major factor for market growth.

According to International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery in 2014, more than 1 million hair transplant procedures were performed worldwide, out of which 89% of hair-transplant procedures targeted the scalp area and 11% of procedures targeted non-scalp areas of the body.

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Some other factors are also leading the market growth such as rising stress level, changing lifestyle, unhealthy eating habits, increasing prevalence of number of dermatologic disorders, and increasing consumption of alcohol.

Top players of this market are investing large amount of money to develop advanced and innovative products to derive usable solutions for the patients, this is also an important factor for the market growth.

According to International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS) there is 76% increase in the hair restoration procedures across the globe during 2006-2014 as people are more conscious about their appearance and ready to spend money to look good.

The Global market for hair transplant is growing at a rapid pace. The global hair transplant market is expected to reach USD 23,881.9 million by 2023 from USD 4,128.1 in 2016 with a CAGR of 24.0% for the forecasted period.

Key players for global Hair transplant market:
• Bernstein Medical (US),
• Bosley (US) Cole instruments (US),
• Ethics hair instruments (India),
• MEDICAMAT (France),
• Restoration Robotics Inc. Company (US).

Regional Hair Transplant Analysis:

Global hair transplant market, on the basis of region is segmented into Americas, Europe, Asia Pacific and Middle East and Africa.

Americas accounts for the largest market share in global hair transplant market. Some major factors like usage of high dosage drugs due to cancer and other chronic disease, rising emphasis on skin care and technology advanced hair transplant procedures are driving the growth for this market.

Asia Pacific is not only the second largest but also the fastest growing market for hair transplant. Increasing prevalence of skin diseases, increasing stress and workload, increasing expenditure on self-care, and low cost surgeries in Asian countries like India are major driving forces for the Asia Pacific hair transplant market.

Europe hair transplant market is also growing and UK is expected to grow the fastest in this region. Middle East & Africa has least market share in the hair transplant market, it is mainly due to lack of required treatment facilities and low awareness of hair transplant treatment.


Global Hair transplant market has been segmented

Segmentation on the basis of surgical methods which comprises of Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT), Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE).

Segmentation on the basis of type of surgery, the market is segmented into head hair transplant, eyebrow transplant, frontal hairline lowering or reconstruction.

Segmentation on the basis of end user, it is segmented into trichology clinics, hospitals, dermatology clinics, and others.

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Table of Content

1 History and Evolution of Hair Transplant
1.1 Scenario Analysis
2 Report Prologue
3 Introduction
3.1 Scope of Study
3.2 Research Objective
3.3 Assumptions & Limitations
3.3.1 Assumptions
3.3.2 Limitations
3.4 Market Structure
4 Research Methodology
4.1 Market Size Estimation
4.1.1 Market Share analysis
4.2 Market Pricing Approach
5 Market Dynamics

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Major Upgrade to Artas Robotic Hair Transplant System

ARTAS 9x, a major upgrade to the ARTAS Robotic Hair Transplant System is introduced at Bernstein Medical – Center for Hair Restoration. Drs. Bernstein and Wolfeld publish a description of modifications and their benefits in the journal Hair Transplant Forum International.

Robert M. Bernstein, MD and Michael B. Wolfeld, MD of Bernstein Medical – Center for Hair Restoration have introduced ARTAS 9x, a major upgrade of the ARTAS Robotic Hair Transplant System.

Bernstein Medical became the first practice to perform surgery using the ARTAS Robotic System 9x. A corresponding article describing the latest modifications to the ARTAS robot was published in the industry journal Hair Transplant Forum International.

The ARTAS 9x system enables faster and more precise robotic hair transplant procedures.

Some of the benefits of the updated ARTAS system include greater range-of-motion of the robotic arm, newly designed needles for more accurate harvesting, improved optical system, simplified site making, smaller donor wounds, automatic scar detection, and a greater overall speed.

“The latest improvements extend the already substantial capabilities of the ARTAS Robot with improved accuracy, quicker donor healing, and a faster overall procedure.” ~ Dr. Michael B. Wolfeld

The article, published in the May/June issue of Hair Transplant Forum International, describes technical modifications to the robot and their benefits.

The article is titled, “What’s New in Robotic Hair Transplantation.”

ARTAS Robotic Hair Transplant System

The ARTAS Robot is a physician-assisted suite of hardware and software components, developed by Restoration Robotics, Inc., which automates key aspects of a surgical hair restoration procedure.

Using its three-dimensional optical system, the ARTAS System guides its robotic arm and surgical tools with microscopic precision.

By automating follicular unit graft harvesting and recipient site creation, the robot minimizes human error in Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) hair transplants and allows for the maximum preservation of hair follicles in the transplant.

About Bernstein Medical – Center for Hair Restoration

Bernstein Medical – Center for Hair Restoration, founded by Dr. Bernstein in 2005, is dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of hair loss in men and women using the most advanced technologies.

In 2011 it became one of the first worldwide to use the image-guided, computer-driven technology of the ARTAS Robotic System in clinical practice. Bernstein Medical is a beta-testing site for the study of new product features and enhancements in the robot.

The state-of–the-art facility is located in midtown Manhattan, New York City where Dr. Robert M. Bernstein and Dr. Michael B. Wolfeld treat patients from around the globe. The board-certified physicians and highly trained clinical staff at Bernstein Medical take pride in providing the highest level of care for hair loss patients.


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Hair transplants make men look more attractive

Hair transplants make men look more attractive, youthful: survey

Balding men who seek to look better or younger by undergoing hair transplants are on the right course, a small new study suggests.

People shown before-and-after pictures of hair transplant recipients rated men with more locks as looking more attractive and younger, researchers found. People also thought the men looked more successful and approachable after the procedure.

“It was satisfying to us,” said senior author Dr. Lisa Ishii, of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore. “I definitely don’t want to be doing a procedure on people that doesn’t make a difference.”

Hair transplant procedures vary by doctor, Ishii told Reuters Health. Generally, individual hairs are taken from the back of the head to fill out areas of the scalp with hair loss.

“We’ve been doing these procedures for years and everyone assumes it does something for your appearance, but we never measured that,” she said.

The lack of data on how much hair transplants may improve a person’s image was bothersome to Ishii, because patients would ask for specific estimates.

In an attempt to get objective opinions on men’s appearances before and after the procedure, she and her colleagues asked 122 volunteers – 58 men and 64 women – to view 13 pairs of images.

Seven pairs showed men before and after having had a hair transplant; the other six pairs were of men who didn’t have a hair transplant or any other significant cosmetic procedures between the two photographs.

The participants were asked to rate each image on age, attractiveness, successfulness and approachability.

The reviewers thought the men who’d had hair transplants looked about four years younger in their “after” photos. They also thought the men looked more attractive, successful and approachable after their procedures.

“It showed there were measurable improvements on measures that are meaningful to the patients,” she said.

Armed with the data, Ishii said it’s easier to answer her patients’ questions.

“I find I’m able to make much more scientific and objective conversation with them with regard to what their expectations should be,” she said.

It shouldn’t be surprising that having hair is tied to professional accomplishment and trustworthiness, wrote Dr. Jeffrey Epstein of the University of Miami and the Foundation for Hair Restoration, in an editorial published with the study in JAMA Facial and Plastic Surgery.

Still, he wrote, “Crowd theory is clearly limited in establishing the level of attractiveness for an individual, for all that really matters is how one person (the patient) — not a crowd — views one’s attractiveness in terms of personal satisfaction.”

Ishii cautioned that the results are based on a small number of participants, but there are plans to conduct the experiment again among a larger number of people.



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Hair Transplant Surgeon Open House Event

Beverly Hills Hair Transplant Surgeon Has Now Announced a Date for Summer Open House Event

Parsa Mohebi Hair Restoration announces its Summer Open House on July 23rd. The continuing changes and improvements in hair restoration techniques inspired Dr. Mohebi to create a series of Open House events at his medical practice in order to educate potential patients in need of more information before making the final decision to have a procedure.

Patients who want more information about, as well as insights into, hair transplants can get the information they desire in a one-on-one setting during the Open House.

Patients can view a live hair transplant performed during the event and also ask questions of former Parsa Mohebi Hair Restoration patients.

Dr. Mohebi will also take questions from everyone during the event.

According to Dr. Mohebi, the Open House series is a way to spotlight advances made in the field of hair transplants over the past few years. Dr. Mohebi states,

“Holding an Open House allows people who are curious about hair transplants to get more information about the procedure without feeling out of place or awkward.

They are surrounded by others who are also interested in having a transplant so they don’t feel alone.

Our Open House visitors can watch a live surgery performed in our office as well as chat with a number of our previous patients who have undergone the procedure.

Having the rare chance to witness a procedure being performed in person, as well viewing the results of others, is a vital step in becoming more comfortable with the idea of undergoing a procedure.

I am aware of the level of care and perfection desired by patients and these events allow us to publicly showcase our commitment to quality results.”

Statistics from The International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS) show that 397,048 hair transplant procedures were performed in 2014.

This number was an increase of over 25% from the previously reported year of 2012.

The increase in the number of patients having procedures in the United States increases Dr. Mohebi’s desire to provide information in a personal setting to patients.

Anyone interested in learning more about hair transplant procedures in person is invited to the Open House event on July 23rd from 3pm-5pm at Dr. Mohebi’s Encino medical facility. Dr. Mohebi says that holding the event on a Saturday is designed to “allow those interested in a hair transplant to attend the event without the worry of having to rush back to work.” The deadline to register for the event is July 20th.

About Dr. Parsa Mohebi:

As former chairman of the FUE Research Committee and creator of several methods and techniques in modern hair restoration, Dr. Mohebi, along with his incredible staff, provides the most advanced techniques in the industry. Dr. Mohebi prides himself in advancing new research and developing the latest technology to improve the quality of hair restoration.

The overall goal at his office is to restore patient’s self-esteem through the use of quality hair restoration techniques.


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Severe Baldness and Botched Strip Surgery

Severe Baldness and Botched Strip Surgery Help: First Body Hair Transplant (BHT) Study Offers New Hope for FUE with Novel UGraft® System

Sanusi Umar, MD, FAAD, FASDS has released a seven year case study on the success of body hair transplant (BHT) surgery in the treatment of severely bald patients using the patented UGraft system for Follicle Unit Extraction (FUE).

The long term study is the first to report on the role of BHT in hair restoration in a large population of patients, as earlier reports have been of isolated cases.

The study following 122 diverse patients with severe baldness from 2005 to 2012 was published in the Aesthetic Surgery Journal (ASJ) on May 30, 2016.

ASJ is a peer-reviewed international journal focusing on scientific developments and clinical techniques in aesthetic surgery.

At this time, UGraft is only available at Dr U Hair and Skin Clinics.

The patented UGraft systems designed by Dr. Sanusi Umar demonstrated that body hair shafts from the beard, trunk, and extremities can be used to treat extreme baldness or strip scarring when patients have inadequate amounts of scalp donor hair.

The conclusion of the study determined that UGraft FUE using body hair can be an effective hair transplantation method for a select patient population of individuals with adequate body hair who suffer from severe baldness or inadequate scalp donor reserve.

In this study evaluating the long term effect of body hair transplants for patients with extreme baldness, Dr. Umar has successfully helped patients turned away by hair restoration clinics.

Aggressive strip surgery, multiple attempts at hair transplantation, severe scarring and loss of head donor hair has left many patients with few options.

Head donor hair is limited, so some patients have been turned away by other hair restoration clinics. Body Hair Transplantation offers new hope for those suffering with severe baldness or botched surgeries.

The UGraft system uses a minimally invasive approach to restore even severely bald patients as well as repair the damage caused by poorly executed surgeries.

In addition to the UGraft hair extraction system, Dr. Umar has developed standardized protocols for performing body hair transplants for more consistent results.

Those turned away from hair restoration clinics have found a yes with these unique and new techniques.

The ASJ is the official publication of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), published by the Oxford University Press.

It is the English-language journal of many major international societies of plastic, aesthetic and reconstructive surgery.

Dr. Umar is an internationally recognized surgeon with board certification by the American Board of Dermatology, A fellow of the American Society of Dermatologic Surgery and Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology and associate faculty at the University of California Los Angeles.

Dr. Umar is a well-published academic pioneer in the field of hair transplant surgery and his BHT publications have appeared in multiple journals, including Journal of the American Medical Association – JAMA Dermatology, and many others.

Dr. Umar is a member of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery, ISHRS.


Medical student dies after undergoing hair transplant

Medical student dies after undergoing hair transplant

Medical student dies after undergoing hair transplant

A final-year Madras Medical College student died a day after he went through a hair transplant procedure at a salon in Nungambakkam locality of Chennai in southern part of India.

The incident took place more than a fortnight ago and only came to light after the batchmates of the student filed a complaint with the State Directorate of Medical Education, the Times of India reported.

The family of the medical student had reportedly not lodged any complaint after his death, thus no postmortem examination was conducted. Doctors, however, suspected the potential cause of the death to be untreated allergy that the student developed after undergoing hair transplant procedure.

The salon, Advanced Robotic Hair Transplant, was licensed only for cutting and styling hair and not conducting advanced procedures.

The hair transplant was done by anesthetist Hariprasad Kasturi and MBBS graduate Vineeth SuryaKumar. The State medical council, on the directions of the health department, has issued notices to the two doctors. The Health Department has also sealed the salon.

The notices sent to the two doctors asks them to explain the reason for conducting a procedure for which they were not qualified and that too at a non-medical centre, according to the daily.

“We have issued notices to them. We have asked Dr Hariprasad why he did not stay in the salon till the procedure was completed.

We have asked Dr Vineeth how he performed the surgery without being qualified. Hair transplant is a surgery and Vineeth is not a surgeon,” K Senthil, president of Tamil Nadu Medical Council, was quoted by the TOI as saying.

The state health authorities observed that the anesthetist was not present through the procedure and had left the salon early.

The procedure was conducted for six hours at the salon, wherein tiny plugs of skin containing hair from the back of the scalp or its sides are implanted on the bald patches of the scalp under local anesthesia.

The patient’s condition deteriorated after he went home. His family later admitted him to Christian Medical College, Vellore, where he died. “Hospital reports said that he died soon after admission due to multi-organ failure triggered by delayed anaphylaxis and toxic syndrome,” Senthil was quoted by the daily as saying.

Anaphylaxis is an allergic reaction one develops after undergoing anaesthesia.


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Medical Tourism For Hair Transplants Can Have Costly Consequences

Medical Tourism For Hair Transplants Can Have Costly Consequences

“No one should think that even a minor cosmetic surgery isn’t surgery, as medical decisions need to be made constantly during cosmetic procedures and some type of medication is administered to the patient that needs to be monitored, and in some cases adjusted, during surgery,” said Sharon A. Keene, MD, FISHRS (Tucson, Ariz.), member of the ISHRS Executive Committee.

“We’re finding that some patients seeking hair transplants abroad are being lured by a doctor’s credentials, but then there’s a classic ‘bait and switch’ model happening where the actual surgery is being performed by a technician who is not licensed to perform surgery.

This is a dangerous practice that places patients at serious risk.”

New Survey Finds Growing Demand For Proven Hair Loss Treatments

In Turkey, for example, recent restrictions by the Turkish Health Ministry on where surgeries could be performed prohibited hair transplant surgery from being performed outside of a hospital setting — making hospitals the only place where hair transplants could be performed legally.

These restrictions led to black market surgeries, with technicians illegally performing hair transplants in private hospitals or clinics.

This resulted in lower-priced surgeries that are very appealing to unknowing patients from other countries seeking hair transplants, which has made Turkey a medical tourism hotspot.

In fact, the TURSAB (a committee working with the Turkish Health Ministry) reports that Turkey’s income from health tourism in 2015 topped $4.5 billion (USD).

Despite the lower price oftentimes offered for hair transplants illegally performed by technicians, it can come at a high price by placing patients at risk of misdiagnosis, failure to diagnose hair disorders and related systemic diseases, and the performance of unnecessary or ill-advised surgery.

The ISHRS strongly believes that these potential risks jeopardize patient safety and treatment outcomes.

“Black market hair transplant clinics in Turkey prey on medical tourists who are not aware of this growing practice and attracted by the cheaper surgery — especially patients from Arabic countries who are not doing their homework by researching these practices,” said Tayfun Oguzoglu, MD, (Istanbul, Turkey), member of the ISHRS.

“Patients must take extreme precaution and thoroughly research whether their hair restoration surgeon is actually an experienced doctor and that all aspects of the surgery, from start to finish, are being performed by the doctor and not a fake doctor.

This problem is not unique to Turkey. It is growing and infecting Europe, the Middle East, and the U.S.

There are reports of clinics in Germany, the Netherlands, and Belgium in which illegal Turkish technician groups perform surgery under the auspices of licensed Turkish doctors.”

Hair restoration surgery is at an all-time high, with the ISHRS reporting in its 2015 Practice Census that 397,048 surgical hair restoration procedures were performed in 2014 — a 76 percent jump from 2006.

The largest gains were reported in the Middle East, Mexico/Central and South America, and Asia.

To help patients make educated decisions about hair restoration surgery, the ISHRS advises potential patients to ask the following questions, as well as questions regarding costs, risks, and short- and long-term benefits and planning:

  1. Who will evaluate my hair loss and recommend a course of treatment? What is their education, training, licensure, and experience in treating hair loss?
  2. Who will be involved in performing my surgery, what role will they play, and what is their education, training, licensure, and experience performing hair restoration surgery?
  3. Will anyone not licensed by the state be making incisions or harvesting grafts during my surgery? If so, please identify this person, explain their specific role and why they are legally permitted to perform it.
  4. Is everyone involved in my surgery covered by malpractice insurance?

When performed by the right physician, today’s hair restoration surgery safely and effectively creates natural-looking, permanent results that are virtually undetectable.

For more information about hair loss and hair restoration surgery, or to find an ISHRS member physician by state or country, visit the ISHRS website at

For a full reprint of the ISHRS 2015 Practice Census Report, visit Hair Restoration Statistics.


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Hair Transplant Method Improves Results

Hair Restoration Innovator Patents New Hair Transplant Method that Improves Results

Hair transplant pioneer and Clinical Professor of Dermatology at Columbia University Dr. Robert M. Bernstein and his colleague Dr. William R. Rassman have received a U.S. patent on a new method that improves the aesthetic outcome of Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) procedures – the type currently used in half of all transplants performed world-wide.

The key invention is the addition of a delay between the creation of recipient sites and the insertion of harvested hair follicles into those sites.

The delay allows the healing process to commence before grafts are inserted, resulting in increased success of the transplant and an improved outcome.

On receiving the patent, Dr. Bernstein said:

“Since FUE techniques are used in half of all hair transplant procedures around the world, this simple modification to the FUE protocol can improve the aesthetic outcome for thousands of patients.”

As Follicular Unit Extraction increased in popularity and became widely adopted by surgeons, Dr. Bernstein investigated ways to streamline the hours-long procedure.

This simple modification to the FUE protocol can improve the aesthetic outcome for thousands of patients.

The standard FUE hair transplant procedure involves extracting follicular units – tiny naturally-occurring bundles of one to four hair follicles – then creating recipient sites and placing the follicular unit grafts into those sites.

Dr. Bernstein found that by making recipient sites before harvesting follicular units and adding a delay before implantation, three important things are achieved by the surgeon:

1) Decrease the time in which grafts are outside the body, minimizing the risk of damage to the grafts

2) Facilitate the placement of grafts, making it less likely that they are injured in the insertion process

3) Allow the early phases of the healing process to naturally complete, resulting in a more stable, “fertile” site supplied with oxygen and nutrients essential for graft survival.

As a result of this simple procedural modification, more grafts survive the transplant process, and the patient’s cosmetic outcome is improved.

Dr. Bernstein introduced the concept of “pre-making recipient sites” into medical literature in a 2012 publication in Hair Transplant Forum International, has discussed the idea extensively, and presented findings at the 2015 ISHRS Annual Scientific Meeting.

However, this is the first time he has patented a hair transplant technique.

“Pre-making” recipient sites is a protocol that should be followed during all FUE procedures, including robotic-assisted Follicular Unit Extraction using the ARTAS® Robotic Hair Transplant System (Robotic FUE).

It is also applicable in hair multiplication and hair regeneration techniques that are being studied as a way to provide an unlimited amount of donor hair for hair restoration purposes.

About Robert M. Bernstein, M.D., F.A.A.D.

Dr. Robert M. Bernstein is a Clinical Professor of Dermatology at Columbia University in New York; renowned hair restoration pioneer; and founder and lead surgeon at Bernstein Medical – Center for Hair Restoration.

His more than 70 medical publications have fundamentally transformed the field of surgical hair restoration and he has received the highest honor in the field given by the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS).

Dr. Bernstein has been featured on: The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Doctors on CBS, Good Morning America, The Today Show, The Dr. Oz Show, CBS News, ABC News, Fox News, Univision, and many other television shows. He has been interviewed by GQ Magazine, Men’s Health, Vogue, Columbia Business, The Columbia Journalist, The Wall Street Journal, and The New York Times.


Rise of Hair Transplants in Turkey

Rise of Hair Transplants in Turkey

Rapid Rise in Europeans Seeking Hair Transplants in Turkey

Dr. Yetkin Bayer, renowned hair transplant doctor in Turkey, has been responsible for creating innovative technologies and hair loss solutions for the last 20 years.

With the rise in medical tourist patients who contribute over $1 billion to Turkey’s annual economy, Dr. Yetkin Bayer is now receiving a rising amount of European visitors to his clinic.

Offering hair transplants to both men and women, Dr. Yetkin Bayer provides long-term solutions to his clients who are suffering from hair loss.

Pioneering a number of techniques, he has effectively treated thousands of patients. Now, with the increasing travel of foreigners to Turkey for cosmetic procedures, he is welcoming patients from around the world into his surgery.

Turkey has always been a popular destination for those who live in Libya, Egypt, and the Gulf states, because of its low prices and close proximity.

However, these affordable prices and the promise of professional and groundbreaking treatments are now responsible for bringing in foreign tourists from further abroad; including those from Germany, the UK, and the Netherlands. In December last year, Turkey’s health ministry reported that 200 hair transplants took place in the country per day; many of the patients were foreign tourists.

About Dr. Yetkin Bayer

Relying on his years of expertise in the field, Dr. Yetkin Bayer offers hair transplants that provide a natural-looking hairline, which is exactly what those travelling to Turkey seek.

The outpatient patient procedures are conducted a

t his clinic under general anesthetic and the patients are able to leave the surgery immediately, with no overnight stay required.

Patients have no air travel restrictions and can return home immediately after the procedure. This adds to the ease with which foreign visitors can travel and receive surgery.

For more information on the effective and revolutionary hair transplants Dr. Yetkin Bayer performs, visit:


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Hair Transplant Procedures on Snapchat

Beverly Hills Surgeon Now Brings Hair Transplant Procedures to Snapchat

The art of hair transplants has taken another step into the social media realm as Dr. Parsa Mohebi spotlights the process of hair restoration procedures on Snapchat.

Dr. Mohebi, the founder of Parsa Mohebi Hair Restoration, is now on Snapchat @drparsamohebi.

According to Dr. Mohebi, “The video aspect of Snapchat lends itself perfectly to allowing anyone interested in having a hair transplant to get a unique behind the scenes look at what happens during a procedure.

Snapchat lets us build a story for patients to follow as well as connect with them on an intimate level if they don’t live in California and are unable to visit our office.”

Dr. Parsa Mohebi is now bringing the story of hair transplants to Snapchat with live videos of hair restoration procedures.

The Snapchat app allows Dr. Mohebi to upload videos and pictures to those following his story on the social media platform.

Dr. Mohebi’s office offers a variety of exclusive content such as videos shot inside the actual hair transplant procedure room giving viewers a look at the technology behind the procedures, live videos of hair restoration operations and behind the scenes photos and videos of Dr. Mohebi and his patients.

Dr. Mohebi went on to say, “The use of Snapchat takes the mystery out of the hair transplant process.

It is my hope that our Snapchat videos help potential patients realize the entire hair restoration process is not as complicated as they might have feared.

By giving viewers a chance to see the various components of a typical hair transplant, it might give them the courage they need to take the first step towards having a procedure to restore their own hair.”

In the coming weeks, Dr. Mohebi plans to continue his daily Snapchat content spotlighting all aspects of his office from patients to his staff to his upcoming open house scheduled for late April. “I like the fact that Snapchat allows me to address and connect with a wider audience than simply the patients that visit my office.”

Dr. Mohebi added, “You can view the entire procedure process on Snapchat and watch as I answer actual questions from patients during their appointments.”

In order to find Dr. Mohebi on Snapchat, interested parties need to search for him under the user name “@drparsamohebi”.

Snapchat users interested in following Dr. Mohebi’s story can also hold their phone up to the Snapchat ghost on Dr. Mohebi’s website and they will automatically be following his Snapchat story.

About Dr. Parsa Mohebi:

As the first chairman of the FUE Research Committee of the International Society of Hair Restoration and creator of several methods and techniques in modern hair restoration, Dr. Mohebi, along with his staff, provides his patients with the most advanced hair restoration techniques currently available.

Dr. Mohebi has been in the forefront of new research and developing the latest technology to advance the field of hair restoration. Dr. Mohebi is a Diplomat of the American Board of Hair Restoration and a fellow of the International Society of Hair Restoration.