58 year old male, Norwood IV, he had become very self conscious of his hair loss and was uncomfortable with people standing behind him. After seeing a photo of the back of his head in a crowd he decided to have hair transplantation. His donor hair had above average density and hair quality based on volume and waviness was very good.
The patient is a 50 year old male with Norwood Class IIIv hair loss. With dense donor and hair loss in the crown stabilized with finasteride taken daily Dr. Wasserbauer performed a strip donor harvest and binocular microscopic dissection of 3241 grafts or follicular units. Follow up photos were taken 6 month post-op.
Consumers face potential of serious risk when unlicensed personnel perform hair restoration surgery. The International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS) issued a consumer alert with a warning that increasing numbers of unlicensed personnel worldwide are performing substantial medical aspects of hair restoration surgery and, in doing so, are putting patients at risk.
This years’ Scientific Meeting of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery World Congress in Las Vegas was a huge success with hundreds of the top hair restoration surgeons from around the world gathering to discuss and share the latest research and techniques in medical and surgical hair restoration.
Dr. Sara Wasserbauer was invited to present on multiple subjects including Scalp Micro-Pigmentation (SMP) and its removal, PRP with and without Acell, PhotoBioModulation (Low Level Light Therapy) for hair growth and Eyebrow hair transplantation. The course was held over 7 days in Curitiba, Brazil.