Less Scarring and More Hair Restoration Using CIT - A New Hair Transplant Method At the forefront of innovative hair transplant and restoration arena is The Cole Hair Transplant Group or For Hair Clinic, spearheaded by John P. Cole, MD. Alpharetta, GA (I- Newswire) October 24, 2012 - Hair loss in men and women is becoming a prevalent condition, brought about by diseases, nutritional deficiency, hormone imbalance and stress. The most common cause, however, is adrogenetic alopecia, which simply means hair loss caused by a genetic predisposition to balding, and the influence of androgens or hormones. A third factor - aging - is also seen as a major contributor to hair loss. Certain alopecia cases necessitate surgery to restore lost hair. However, the challenge lies in performing the procedure efficiently and gradually without most people noticing, without ugly linear scars, and using high- end trademarked hair restoration methods. Moreover, because each case of hair loss is unique, it be treated in a completely customized approach. The idea of being able At the forefront of innovative hair transplant and restoration arena is The Cole Hair Transplant Group or For Hair Clinic, spearheaded by John P. Cole, MD. One of the world \'s pioneering surgeons performing hair transplant surgery, Dr. Cole has had tremendous success in the field and is licensed in the states of Florida and Georgia, USA. Dr. Cole is highly distinguished for inventing the proprietary follicular unit extraction procedure called Cole Isolation Technique (CIT), which is inspired by, and has evolved from, the hair transplant works of noted hair loss physicians Dr. Masumi Inaba, Dr. Ray Woods, and Dr. William Rassman. Dr. Cole pioneered the CIT method for hair transplant surgery in 2002, recognizing that many patients struggling with hair loss desired a hair transplant but did not want the tell- tale linear scar on the back of their head. Detailed at ForHair.com, The CIT method, along with the surgical instruments, allows Dr. Cole to perform the hair transplant procedure leaving no visible scarring to the naked eye. The innovative CIT makes it possible to gradually restore hair so that there would be no sudden results or shame associated with the hair transplant process. \"With the CIT procedure, we look forward to providing a new sense of hope to many hair loss sufferers who are seeking the best possible solution to their hair loss - even when the traditional hair transplant methods cannot help, \" Dr. Cole states. Backing Dr. Cole at the Cole Hair Transplant Group Clinic are international hair transplant physicians who serve as members of the International Society of Hair Restorations Surgery, The American Society of Hair Restoration Surgery, The European Society of Hair Restoration Surgery, The International Alliance of Hair Restoration Surgeons, and the American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery. To learn more about the CIT Hair Transplant method from Dr. John P. Cole, please visit The Cole Hair Transplant Group at http:// www.forhair.com for information.
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About The Cole Hair Transplant Group : The Cole Hair Transplant Group is a team of world renowned doctors led by John P. Cole, MD, utilizing state- of- the- art hair restoration techniques and technologies, notably the CIT Hair Transplant Method. The Cole Hair Transplant Group is the premier hair loss treatment and surgical clinic in located in Alpharetta, GA. Spearheading the team is Dr. John P. Cole, who is recognized for the Cole Isolation Technique for less invasive, no- scarring hair surgery procedure. Banking on 22 combined years of experience in hair loss treatment, the Cole Hair Transplant Group team is renowned in the field of hair restoration as expert physicians. Company Contact Information: The Cole Hair Transplant Group Media Relations 1070 Powers Place, Alpharetta, Georgia PA, 30009 Phone: 678-566-1011 Published in: Medical Tags: Hair loss hair restoration hair transplant Published on: October 24, 2012 Original Source: Less Scarring and More Hair Restoration Using CIT - A New Hair Transplant Method
Published on Oct 24, 2012