Grow Hair Grow! Minimizing Poor Growth in Hair Transplants and New Ways to Max it Out

Poor growth is a topic that most physicians confront in their practices, but rarely discuss. In this webinar Drs. Marzola, Beehner, Cole, and Parsley share their expertise on the subject and share insights on how to minimize poor growth outcomes in FUT and FUE procedures. Several case studies are used to illustrate the best practices in maximizing hair growth, lessons learned, and how to confront patients with poor growth. Aside from the pre-surgical and surgical preparations to minimize poor growth, the faculty discuss new ways to maximize growth in the use of vasodilators, angiogenesis stimulators, PRP, Lipophillic ATP, ACell and other growth maximizer treatments.

Learning Objectives:
After participating in this activity, you should be able to:
• Evaluate a case of poor growth.
• Identify areas of risk in your practice.
• Incorporate the latest techniques in assisting hair growth.

Target Audience:
This enduring material is geared toward all levels of hair restoration physicians.

Speakers:

Mario Marzola, MBBS graduated from University of Adelaide in 1967. He has 35 years in Hair Restoration, Punch Grafts to Flaps, Scalp Reductions, Minigrafts, FUT, and now FUE and Body Hair Transplants. He is always interested in CME and new developments. He has attended every conference of International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS). He served as President of ISHRS from 2003 to 2004. He was a member of the ISHRS Board of Governors and Executive Committee, and is currently a Diplomate, American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery (ABHRS), a non-ABMS Board. He was the recipient of ISHRS Golden Follicle Award in 2006.

Michael L. Beehner, MD has practiced hair transplant surgery in Saratoga Springs, New York since 1989. He obtained his M.D. from the University of Illinois and has residency training in family practice and general surgery. He was co-editor of the Forum from 2002-2005, Platinum Follicle Award recipient in 2001, Manfred Lucas lifetime achievement award recipient in 2007, recipient of 4 Research Grant Awards, and a member of the ISHRS Board of Directors. He is a past diplomate of the American Board of Family Practice (1976-2003) and a current diplomate of the ABHRS, a non-ABMS Board. He served as ABHRS President in 2005.

John P. Cole, MD has been in practiced hair transplant surgery since 1990.  He was a diplomat of the American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery from 1998 to 2009.  He served on the board of directors and on the examination committee of the ABHRS.  He was the Beginners Program chair for the annual ISHRS meeting in 2000 and in2001.  He was the Program chair for the annual ISHRS meeting in 2002.  He has been awarded two ISHRS research grants.  He was the program chair of the Masters meeting in 2003.  He was on the faculty of the first Korean hair society meeting in 2002.  He has been on the faculty of the annual Asian Association of Hair Restoration Surgery in 2011 and 2012. 

William M. Parsley, MD graduated from the University of Tennessee Medical School in 1969 and completed a residency in Dermatology at the University of Louisville in 1975, where he was chief resident.  He has held the following positions: Past President- International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (2008-9), ISHRS Board of Governors and Executive Committee, Past Chair of the American Society of Hair Restoration Surgery, Past President of the American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery, Past Moderator of the Hair Transplantation Forum for the American Academy of Dermatology, Past Board of Trustees of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, Past Editor- Hair Transplant Forum International, Board of Trustees- Hair Foundation, and Past President- Kentucky Dermatologic Society. He is the recipient of the ISHRS Golden Follicle Award in (2003) and Manfred Lucas in (2011). He is a Diplomate for the: American Board of Dermatology, American Board of Dermatopathology, ABHRS, and is a Fellow of the American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery (a non-ABMS Board)

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