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  • Safer and Better Hair Transplants? Removing Some Human Variables Might Make All The Difference

    Spencer Kobren speaks with IAHRS accepted member Dr. Glenn Charles about the future of surgical hair restoration, and if robotic devices like The ARTAS hair transplant system might someday make hair transplantation a more universally accepted treatment for common androgenic alopecia. Will removing some of the human variables that exist today produce more consistent and reproducible results? Only time will tell, but there is no doubt that if a device can be manufactured that reduces the chance of human error, while helping to produce truly refined cosmetic results, this will be a true game changer.

    Note: We had sound card issues during the recording of this live broadcast. The audio levels are a bit off, but the broadcast is certainly listenable. That’s the beauty of live internet broadcasting, you never know what’s going to happen.:) Enjoy

    ‘s The Bald Truth is internationally syndicated through the GFQ Network

     
  • NeoGraft – One Surgeon’s Opinion

    Most true experts in the field agree that becoming proficient in surgical hair restoration takes a great deal of hands on training. There is no such thing as a “turn-key” solution to becoming a truly skilled hair transplant surgeon, however, some device manufactures will have you think differently. Listen as IAHRS accepted member, Parsa Mohebi, M.D, one of the very first hair transplant surgeons in the country to test the NeoGraft in his own practice, discuss his concerns about how these devices are being marketed to physicians entering the field, and how this can effect the lives of the patients they serve.

    ‘s The Bald Truth is internationally syndicated through the GFQ Network

     
  • Male Body Shaming and Hair Loss – The Last Bastion of Political Incorrectness

    The term “politically correct” began taking on steam in the early 1990’s, and referred to the use of language that would cause any demographic, such as social or cultural groups, to feel diminished, offended or excluded. Unfortunately, when it comes to male body shaming, society doesn’t afford men the same protection of political correctness as it does for women. As a matter of fact, male pattern baldness and other male body concerns are openly mocked by the mainstream media and by woman of all social, cultural and economic backgrounds.

    Check out what Spencer Kobren and TBT callers have to say about this disturbing, and for many, distressing societal double standard.

    ‘s The Bald Truth is internationally syndicated through the GFQ Network

     
 
 

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