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Hair Transplant Center Announces Recruiting Hair Loss Patients For A Multi-Central Fue Transplant Study

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Founder of US Hair Restoration and the Chair of FUE Research Committee, Dr. Parsa Mohebi is conducting a new study to compare FUE vs strip method.

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The FUE Research Committee of the International Society of Hair Restoration was established to research the differences between the two common methods of hair restoration, FUE and strip method.


One of the goals of the FUE Research Committee is to optimize the quality of FUE hair transplantation.


The newest multi-center study being conducted by the FUE Research Committee is the FUE vs strip hair transplant study.


This one of a kind study will compare results observed from both methods of hair restoration, (follicular unit extraction and strip method) providing evidence as to which method is more successful when comparing hair survival, quality, thickness, and overall hair characteristics.


Dr. Parsa Mohebi, chairman of the FUE Research committee states that the goal of this study is to answer many basic questions,


“Whether or not doing FUE affects the quality of hair transplants? How the quality of hair compares with traditional methods of strip hair transplant and what are the long term differences between the two methods? Once these questions have been answered we can further study the advanced methods to improve the quality of FUE Transplants.”

 

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