Akaki Tsilosani, MD, PhD
Hair Transplant Center TALIZI
Cell Phone: +995599 565788 Office: +995322 141515 Fax: +995322 375089
Akaki Tsilosani was born in Tbilisi, Georgia in 1966. After graduation of Tbilisi Physico-Mathematical public school in 1983, he entered Tbilisi State Medical University. After passing residency in the department of General Surgery of Tbilisi 4th Clinical Hospital, he worked as general surgeon in several clinics of different regions of Georgia. Since 2001 he works in Talizi Hair Transplantation Clinic as hair transplant surgeon where he already performed more than 6,000 hair transplant sessions. In 2003 he was appointed to the position Director of the clinic. He is author of 22 scientific works and 6 inventions in the field of hair transplantation. Akaki Tsilosani is the member of Georgian Society of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery, International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery, Asian Association of Hair Restoration Surgery. He is married and has 3 children.
ISHRS-International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery
AAHRS-Asian Association of Hair Restoratoin Surgery
GeoPRAS-Georgian Sosiety of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery
1) Tsilosani, A. Surguladze, B., Morpho-Functional Condition of Blood Cells After D-bridement Abdominal Cavity With Magnetite Suspesion. Release of Academia of Medical Science of Georgia
2) Tsilosani, A., Kandiashvili, E., Compressive-Haemostatic Method in Large Hair Transplant Sessions. Georgian Medical News, 2003 #8.
3) Tsilosani, A., Motskobili, L., Tamazashvili, T., Grafts Dehydratation and Warming During Implantation. Georgian Medical News, 2003 #11.
4) Tsilosani, A., Vadachkoria, V., Gugava, M., Kandiashvili, E., Tamazashvili, T., Peculiarities of Donor Closure in Large Hair Transplant Session. Georgian Medical News, 2004 #1.
5) Motskobili, L., Tsilosani, A., Makharashvili, A., Tamazhvili, T., Morphological Changes of Grafts During the Process of Implantation. Georgian Medical News, 2004 #2.
6) Tsilosani, A., Gugava, M., Tamazashvili, T., Grafts Density and Survival. Aesthetic Medicine, 2004 #3. 7) Tsilosani, A., Viability of Transected Follicles. Georgian Medical News, 2004 #6.
8) Tsilosani, A., Gugava, M., Tamazashvili, T., Can The Compression Still Be Considered as a Primary Cause of Decreased Graft Survival?. Georgian Medical News. 2004 #6
9) Tsilosani, A., Gugava, M., Tamazashvili, T., One-Layer Closure Versus Two-Layer Closure in Large Hair Transplant Sessions – A Biomechanical Approach. Georgian Medical News. 2004 #8.
10) Tsilosaini, A., Is There a Rationale for Antibiotics Used in Hair Transplantation Surgery?. Georgian Medical News. 2005 #7 11) Tsilosani, A., The Ideal Wound Closure in Large Hair Transplantation Surgery. Annals of Surgery 2006 #3
12) Tsilosani, A., Container Method in Hair Transplant Mega sessions. Georgian Medical News. 2005 #11
13) Tsilosani, A., FOX Grafts Survival. Georgian Medical News. 2006 #1
14) Tsilosani, A., Seeking “Perfect” Method of Local Anesthesia for Hair Transplantation. Annals of Surgery. 2006 #4.
15) Tsilosani, A., Tamazashvili, T., Sviridova, N., Singular Method – Method for Obtaining of Individual Follicular Units Directly from the Donor Areas with Minimal Transaction. Annals of Surgery. 2007 #1.
16) Tsilosani, A., Mshvenieradze, E., Donor Supply of Scalp and Specificities of Hair Transplantation in Asians. Georgian Medical News. 2008 #7
17)Tsilosani,A. Controversy: Two Mega Sessions (2500 FUs) Versus One Giga Session (5000 FUs). Presented on ISHRS 17th Annual Scientific Meeting, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 23 July 2009.
18) Tsilosani, A,. One hundred follicular unites transplanted into 1 cm2 can aceave a survival rate greater then 90%. Hair Transplant Forum International, 2009, Volume 19, Number 1, p 1,6.
19) Tsilosani, A,. Expanding graft numbers combining strip and FUE in the same session: effect linear wound closure forces. Hair Transplant Forum International, 2010, Volume 20, Number 4, p122,123.