While hair transplantation has been a well-accepted procedure for decades, scientific and technical advances have helped hair restoration surgeons create a new era of consistent, safe, effective, and-most importantly, natural-looking results. The obvious-looking 'plug-type' transplants of the past have been replaced with living and growing results that truly defy detection. Microsurgical techniques and instrumentation, and artistic appreciation of how hair naturally grows, has led to these advances. The identification of naturally-occurring follicular-units (groups of mostly one, two or three follicles) in the skin, and the ability to successfully transplant literally thousands of these groupings during large sessions of transplantation, allows for the restoration of hair in the vast majority of men and women who suffer from hereditary hair loss.
The International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS) is the largest organization of physicians worldwide who specialize in the treatment of hair loss. www.ISHRS.org is the primary source of information for journalists researching hair loss and hair restoration-related issues and trends. The www.ISHRS.org Media Center serves as the educational voice of the medical discipline of Hair Restoration to the general public and the media. In the Media Center you will find the latest press releases, industry news, procedural statistics on hair transplants and other hair restorative procedures, as well as frequently asked questions. If you have further questions or would like to interview an ISHRS spokesperson or a Hair Restoration Physician in your area, contact the ISHRS Headquarters at 630-262-5399 or e-mail email@example.com.
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