Miami Hair Surgeons Announce Patented New Mosaic™ Hair Restoration Technique

MIAMI - June 11, 2015 - PRLog -- Surgeons at the Hair Transplant Institute of Miami announce a new surgical hair restoration procedure that promises authentic, highly personalized results. Developed by Drs. Nusbaum and Rose, Mosaic™ Hair Restoration utilizes high resolution imagery and a follicular tabulation model to determine an optimal arrangement for transplanted hair. According to Drs. Nusbaum and Rose, this patented approach to hair restoration surgery creates a personalized end result that is unique to each patient.

To understand why this patented procedure is so effective, it helps to first know how hair grows naturally. Across the scalp, follicular units grow in clusters of one, two, and three hairs. Follicular clusters grow in mixed configurations with varying inter-follicular distances between both clusters and individual hairs. There is no default pattern for this hair growth. Much like a fingerprint, men and women have unique growth patterns.

The ultimate goal of a hair transplant procedure is to create an end result that is virtually undetectable. However, the traditional approach to hair transplant does not account for the random dispersion of follicular clusters. Instead, surgeons typically assign zones throughout the recipient area to which clusters of follicular units are transplanted. Though calculated and thorough, this approach does not follow the natural hair pattern that every man and women experiences. As a result, hair transplants conducted in this manner can create an unnatural appearance that is easily spotted. Some patients equate such subpar transplants to “hair plugs,” an obvious and unsightly end result of a poorly performed procedure.

Drs. Nusbaum and Rose have developed Mosaic™ Hair Restoration to address and overcome this common issue. First, surgeons analyze portions of the patient’s scalp that have not been affected by baldness to tabulate the percentages of one, two, and three follicular units, as well as their topographical dispersion with relation to one another. Using that data, surgeons are able to mimic the patient’s natural hair pattern to complete the transplant so the recipient area appears to have the same thickness, density, undulation, and randomness as the rest of the patient’s scalp.

Learn More About Mosaic™ Hair Restoration

To learn more about Mosaic™ Hair Restoration, visit the Hair Transplant Institute of Miami at Press and media inquiries may be directed to Dr. Bernard Nusbaum using the email provided with this press release. Patients are invited to speak with a hair loss expert by calling 305-925-0222.

Visit the following link to read more about Mosaic™ Hair Restoration:

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