Beverly Hills Hair Transplant Surgeon Updates Article Database to Include Educational Information for Patients

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Parsa Mohebi, founder of Parsa Mohebi Hair Restoration, announces the expansion of the article database on his website to include updates that educate patients about hair restoration techniques.

The need for patients to be able to make an informed decision is the driving force behind the updating of our articles at parsamohebi.com. - Parsa Mohebi, MD

The field of hair restoration is filled with medical information that can be confusing to the average person. From follicular unit extraction (FUE) to follicular unit transplant (FUT) to experimental methods of hair restoration such as hair cloning, there are a variety of methods available for patients who want to have a hair restoration procedure.

In order to educate the public about the differences between the various methods of hair restoration, Dr. Parsa Mohebi is expanding the educational content of the article database on his website. Dr. Mohebi, founder of Parsa Mohebi Hair Restoration, says, “The days of patients simply calling an office and making an appointment for more medical information are long gone. The Internet allows patients to do their own research and gather information relevant to the procedure they are interested in having performed. The need for patients to be able to make an informed decision is the driving force behind the updating of our articles at parsamohebi.com.”

The list of topics that Dr. Mohebi plans to cover include how to find a hair transplant surgeon, how to repair scars from previous hair transplants, who is a good candidate for a hair transplant and complications that can occur from undergoing a hair transplant. Dr. Mohebi stated, “These are just a few of the topics we plan to cover on our website. The articles will be written in a manner that educates patients about the different aspects of the hair transplant process. They will also be informative in a way that is easy for all to read rather than being dry medical articles full of too many medical terms that make them hard to understand for the average person.”

According to the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery, there were 397,048 hair transplant procedures performed as recently as 2014. This was an increase of 28% over the previous survey in 2012. “The growing number of patients having hair transplants shows the need to make sure the public is educated about the process,” says Dr. Mohebi. “Patients who are properly informed about hair transplant procedures are patients who can have an educated discussion with a surgeon when it comes to making the final decision about which type of hair transplant to undergo in order to achieve the final results they desire.”

About Dr. Parsa Mohebi:
As the first chairman of the FUE Research Committee of the International Society of Hair Restoration and creator of several methods and techniques in modern hair restoration, Dr. Mohebi, along with his staff, provides his patients with the most advanced hair restoration techniques currently available. Dr. Mohebi has been in the forefront of new research and developing the latest technology to advance the field of hair restoration. Dr. Mohebi is a Diplomat of the American Board of Hair Restoration and a fellow of the International Society of Hair Restoration.

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