Breakthrough Invention in Hair Transplantation By Parsa Mohebi, M.D. is Now Ready for Market Release

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What once averaged two or more hair transplant surgeries ten years ago can now be accomplished in only one! This new invention for the hair transplant industry has finally been released for the market which was developed to increase the size of a hair transplant surgery while also making hair restoration in general, a much safer procedure.

As medical director of US Hair Restoration (USHR) in Los Angeles, Dr. Parsa Mohebi continues in his journey to revolutionize the science and art of hair restoration. At the upcoming 19th Annual, 2011 Scientific Meeting of International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS) on September 14-18 in Anchorage, Alaska, Dr. Mohebi will be releasing the revolutionary Laxometer II for the first time to be available to all hair transplant surgeons. Of the many technological advances to grace the landscape of hair transplantation surgery, this is another milestone for quality, precision and patients' satisfaction.

The Laxometer II is a highly anticipated handheld device which helps to maximize the number of grafts which can be transplanted in merely one procedure. This increase happens, while at the same time, minimizing the rate of post operative complications. The Laxometer works toward increasing the accuracy of measuring scalp laxity, thus better assessing the suitable amount of donor hair which can safely and precisely be removed.

“Thanks to this new advancement in hair restoration surgery,” said Dr. Mohebi “today, we can transplant a very large number of grafts and restore a person’s hair in simply one session, even if they are in the most advanced stages of baldness. Until recently, a procedure of this magnitude required two or more hair transplantations to achieve the desired coverage and hair density. This new ground breaking innovation will save time and money for both the patient and the surgeon.”

Dr. Mohebi is an educator and a recurrent featured speaker for International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS) scientific meetings. Dr. Mohebi performed research in wound healing and hair growth in Johns Hopkins School of Medicine following his surgical training. He regularly writes papers, performs research, and instructs physicians on current hair transplantation procedures. He maintains his fervor for excellence, quality, satisfied patients, and the progressive advancement of hair restoration surgery for the future.

Dr. Mohebi and US Hair Restoration take pride in patient and customer satisfaction and being at the forefront of innovations and developments in the field of hair restoration. All physician, patient, and media inquiries are welcomed! The USHR website is http://www.ushairrestoration.com and the direct office phone number is (888) 302-8747

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