...contrast matters because most people do not want others to know they had a hair transplant procedure. - Parsa Mohebi, MD
LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) September 11, 2018
Dr. Parsa Mohebi, founder of Los Angeles-based Parsa Mohebi Hair Restoration, introduced the concept of FUE Transplant for Total Evenness for the first time to a gathering of hair restoration medical professionals at the Latin America FUE Workshop in Guatemala City, Guatemala in June 2018. According to Dr. Mohebi, “Total evenness is growing in popularity among patients suffering from male patterned baldness (MPB). This is a condition where a patient loses hair on areas of the scalp prone to baldness such as the front, top and crown area. The hair on the back and sides, AKA the donor areas, is normally preserved with much higher density which creates a contrast between the balding and donor areas.”
When asked how the issue of contrast can be addressed, Dr. Mohebi replied, “FUE for total evenness is an effective way to minimize the contrast between the donor and recipient areas.” He went on to say “contrast matters because most people do not want others to know they had a hair transplant procedure. A sharp contrast prevents the appearance of a full head of hair and just calls attention to the fact that a person has undergone a hair transplant.”
Dr. Mohebi went on to say FUE for total evenness “reduces the contract between the donor and recipient area in a strategic and extensive manner. Harvesting hair should be considered carefully and the number of hairs per graft needs to be taken into account during each pass of the transplant procedure. For example, an early harvest of the grafts, using a higher number of hairs per graft, can create a lower density on the donor area while maximizing hair needed in the restoration of other areas.”
Dr. Mohebi feels “the process of total evenness can help surgeons minimize hair contrast while providing a larger source of hair for patients that need grafts the most. It is an ideal procedure for patients that plan on keeping their hair short on the back or trimmed in an overall pattern.” As with any type of hair transplant, Dr. Mohebi advises patients to schedule a consultation with a board-certified surgeon to determine if they are an ideal candidate for the procedure.
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.