26
Apr
2019

Hair Cloning

Posted by Introduction What if we could produce hair through the use of cloning? The treatments on the market today focus on maintaining what hair you have left or moving the small amount of permanent hair to regions where hair has been lost. Through the harnessing of tissue cloning we may soon be able to grow fresh new hair.Cloning...

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11
Apr
2019

The Basics of Hair

Posted by Introduction Hair and hair restoration terminology can be confusing on the surface. This article will better acquaint you with the details of hair and language that is used by professionals. Reviewing this article should help you better understand the advice and descriptions provided by your hair restoration surgeon as well as...

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21
Mar
2019

Fat Cells for Hair Regeneration

Posted by Introduction Hair is one of the most important symbols of youth and vitality. People throughout history have sought methods to maintain and restore ones hair. Hair loss, especially in the young, can be psychologically devastating (1). For sufferers of male- and female-pattern baldness there is the potential for surgery to move...

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28
Feb
2018

Hotels to stay in during your hair restoration surgery

Posted by Hotels to stay in during your hair restoration surgeryWhen planning for your hair restoration surgery, you may find yourself traveling a long distance to get to Seager Hair. Many of our patients find that working with a surgeon who truly understands them and their goal is worth a trip. We are honored by our out-of-town...

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1
Feb
2018

Pioneers of hair transplantation in Toronto

Posted by HISTORY The first record of a successful hair transplant was in 1822, when a German medical student named Diffenbach performed an experimental surgery on himself and his mentor Dr. Dom Unger, they used hair from one area of a patient's scalp and transported it to another area1.The first modern surgical technique was...

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