TORONTO, Jan. 31, 2018 /CNW/ - Celebrity no-shave FUE is a new cutting-edge hair transplant technique that has been used by celebrities in Hollywood and is now launching in Canada for the first time. Dr. Robert Jones, BSC, MD, ABHRS, hair transplant specialist, will be the first to bring this new breakthrough innovation to Canada.
Recently, we have seen an influx of female celebrities such as Keira Knightley, Tyra Banks, Kristin Davis, Selma Blair, Neve Campbell and Rosie O'Donnell coming out about their hair loss. By the time women turn 40 of age, around 40 percent of them will experience hair loss, according to the American Academy of Dermatology.
Celebrity no-shave FUE hair transplant was created for celebrities who cannot afford to have visible signs of hair restoration or any downtime after a procedure. It uses a cutting-edge technique where the surgeon carefully removes donor hairs without having to shave the donor area. This makes the donor area virtually undetectable. The surgeon will then trim the donor hairs and implant them into the treatment area(s) for an immediate result. Patients keep their normal hairstyle, while donor areas are undetectable and there is no downtime.
FUE hair transplant procedures traditionally required a doctor to shave a large donor area. This was reasonable for patients with shorter hair, however, for anyone with longer hair, they would have to allow time for it to grow back.
"This is changing the hair loss industry, especially for Women. Finally, we have a technique where we can remove donor hairs one-by-one without shaving a large donor area. We can then transplant those single hairs into the areas of thinning hair or complete hair loss without anyone noticing. This is truly cutting edge and is taking the hair loss restoration industry by storm," says Dr. Jones, BSC, MD, ABHRS.
Dr. Robert Jones is recognized worldwide as an innovator in hair transplant techniques, leading the way with the latest technologies to hit the hair transplant market. Dr. Jones has been offering minimally invasive hair transplants or FUE (follicular unit extraction) since 2003 and was the first doctor in the world to perform large sessions using this technique. He is now the first to offer Celebrity no-shave FUE in Canada.
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