Hair transplant surgery has come a long way since the “pluggy” procedures of the 1980s. Today, advancements in transplant techniques and technologies are making it easier for men and women to reverse the signs of hair loss with restoration procedures that appear so natural, an estimated 85% of Americans can’t even tell the difference (i).
We can do better. At the Hair Transplant Institute of Miami, we never stop researching, developing, and refining our methods of hair transplant surgery. We continually strive to improve the comfort, safety, and natural aesthetics of each procedure that is performed at our clinic.
It is our pleasure to introduce our newest achievement in hair transplant surgery: The Mosaic® Hair Restoration, a novel approach that ensures a unique follicular pattern so each patient receives the most natural end result.
Mosaic® Hair Restoration: A Paradigm Shift in Hair Transplant Surgery
Commenting on this advanced approach to hair restoration, Drs. Nusbaum and Rose explain:
We have observed that follicular units naturally occur in an arrangement consisting of unique percentages of one, two, and three hair follicular units in different mixed configurations with unique inter-follicular distances –in other words: a unique pattern for each individual. Our novel procedure consists of designing the recipient area in this individualized manner, different for each patient, mimicking their unique follicular unit arrangement pattern and have termed this the Mosaic® Hair Restoration.
To learn more about the Mosaic® Hair Restoration, visit this page on hair restoration techniques.
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The Hair Transplant Institute of Miami is home to South Florida’s top surgeons, technologies, technicians, and staff. It is our pleasure to always offer the newest, safest, and most effective methods of hair loss diagnosis and treatment. For more information on our clinic, physicians, and treatment options, readers are invited to contact us online or call our clinic directly at 305-925-0222.
(i) “2010 Hair Transplant Challenge Survey.” International Society for Hair Restoration Surgery. Accessed 17 June 2013.