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Robotic Hair Transplant Revolutionizes Beard Transplants

As a leading national hair transplant clinic, PAI Medical Group Nashville continues to set the standard for hair restoration solutions.

They were the first hair surgery center in Tennessee to incorporate ARTAS Robotic technology in their practice during the first quarter of 2014. Now they have expanded that medical technology to include a solution for the beard transplant.

“PAI has offered beard transplants for years,” states Michael Ramsey, Clinic Director at PAI Nashville. “However in order to keep up with the latest hair trends, it has become important to provide a scarless solution for patients who wish to not only have a thicker, fuller beard but also sport a very short hair style such as the popular faux hawk worn by well known celebrities such as Sam Hunt or David Beckham.”

For patients with thinning patchy beards, the ARTAS is an extraordinary solution for their hair loss problems. In recent years, robotic technology has been used in many complex medical procedures such as heart transplants. Now it can be used to harvest healthy hairs with precision while virtually eliminating fatigue and human error for doctors and staff.

Dr. Chris Pawlinga, the surgeon to perform PAI Nashville’s first beard transplant using the ARTAS explained, “The typical beard restoration might require up to 1500 grafts in a single transplant depending on the hair loss in the patient’s beard.

The transplanted hair is not only the patient’s very own hair, but it is also genetically pre-programmed to last a lifetime.”

Because this is a minimally invasive technique, there are no stitches or unsightly linear scars peeking out from beneath the hair in the donor area, and the recovery time is quick.

Once the patient has received a robotic beard transplant, the whole procedure is completely undetectable after just 2 short weeks. Permanent results can be seen as early as 4 months depending on the patient.

When asked why PAI Medical Group added robotic beard transplants to their long list of services, Michael Ramsey explained, “PAI listens to their patients.

It is PAI’s goal to provide the best solutions available in today’s market in order to meet the wide variety of preferences and needs.” Some of PAI’s hair loss solutions include, laser therapy, Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE), Micro-Pigmentation, Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy (PRP), Eyebrow transplants, and Multi-Unit hair transplants for those who desire a maximum harvest of hairs with an undetectable linear scar.

Because this technique is relatively new to the hair transplant industry, it might not be available everywhere.

That is why PAI offers an attractive travel incentive package so that everyone has access to this solution.

PAI Medical Group Nashville is a national hair restoration clinic. PAI enjoys an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and has provided hair loss solutions for men and women for over 20 years.

For more information about PAI Nashville, please visit their website at http://www.WeGrowHair.com.

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Losing Your Hair – Your Beard Might Be The Answer

Beard to Scalp Hair Transplant Despite efforts to obtain an adequate supply of donor hair from the scalp, sometimes there isn’t enough patient donor hair available to make a hair transplant possible.

Hair transplant surgeons then have to look for another supply of donor hair. One of the newest hair transplant methods is Beard to Scalp Hair Transplant (BSHT).

According to Dr. Parsa Mohebi, the first choice for donor hair in a patient is almost always scalp hair.

 

 

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Beard to Scalp Hair Transplant

Beard to Scalp Hair Transplant The science of Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) has advanced greatly in the last decade. New and more efficient methods of FUE hair transplantation have increased the amount of donor hair available to balding patients.

One of the most cutting edge hair transplant methods being used to great success by Parsa Mohebi Hair Restoration is the technique of extracting hair from the beard to the scalp.

Most beard to scalp transplants are performed to correct male pattern baldness.

Beard hair has a life cycle, shaft thickness and length of growth more similar to the hair on the scalp when compared to hair from other parts of the body.

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Men opting for facial hair transplants

facial hair transplantTrouble with your stubble? Fret not.

There’s a hair-raising solution growing in popularity: the facial hair transplant.

Inspired by the hirsute hipster trend taking pop culture by storm, men are turning to this minimally invasive cosmetic procedure for bushier mustaches, sideburns, goatees and full beards, Palm Beach County doctors say.

“It’s more of a pop culture thing,” said Dr. Larry Shapiro, a hair restoration specialist who has offices in Delray Beach and Hollywood. “People want a signature look. They want to stand out.”

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Growing Popularity of Beards Increases Interest in Facial Hair Transplantation

Beard TransplantHair restoration is not just for the scalp these days. The growing popularity of beards and moustaches has made the facial hair transplant a more common procedure.

Dr. Scott Boden, a hair transplant surgeon with the Hair Restoration and Aesthetic Medicine Center of Connecticut, has seen a very steady rise in facial hair transplantation and it has become a regular consultation request among his patients. Read more

Prominent Hair Loss Expert Talks Beard Transplants, Celebrity Scruff with Howard Stern

beard-transplantRecent news of the increase in beard transplants has captivated the media, even catching the attention of Howard Stern’s popular radio show.

Nationally prominent hair loss expert, Dr. Alan J. Bauman, was invited for a guest spot on the show on Tuesday, March 11, to discuss the phenomenon.

The hipster trend is largely credited for the increase, though the growing number of Hollywood stars sporting perfectly manicured beards and scruff has also contributed to the increased demand of the procedure.

Dr. Bauman discussed how the transplant works, and dished on which Hollywood stars have the most enviable facial hair.

“Today’s stars’ facial hair may come and go… the most requested looks are still the iconic Tom Selleck ‘stache and Elvis’ sideburns,” Bauman revealed during the interview.

South Florida Latinos are searching for the perfect machismo mustache or complete goatee.

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