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OMICS Publishing Group conference:: Hair Transplantation & Trichology

February 12, 2013

OMICS Publishing Group conference:

The OMICS conference of Hair Transplantation and Trichology was held at Hilton San Antonio Airport, USA, from November 26-28, 2012.  The meet was organized by the OMICS Publishing Group and brought together experts in the fields of trichology and hair transplantation.

Hair Transplantation-Trichology:

Image showing hair transplantationHair decrease is a common and organic process that an individual goes through at least once in his or her life-time. It is caused by several aspects such as genealogy, ageing, hormone changes etc. Hair loss continues to be one of the primary issues of many individuals globally, especially men. It is brought on by various aspects such as hormone changes, ageing and several others.

There are several surgical techniques of getting someone’s hair back; the most generally known process is that of going through a hair surgery treatment, which is effective as explained by the speakers at the OMICS Publishing Group conference. Some of the hair surgery treatment techniques that are available through surgery treatment are tissue expansion, grafts and strip surgery or extraction of follicular unit.

The strands are kept healthier throughout the period by way of regular saline injections. More of the advanced methods and techniques were discussed by specialists at the Conference of Hair transplantation and Trichology by OMICS Publishing Group.

Flaps are a better hair surgery treatment process and its benefits were discussed at the conference organized by the OMICS Publishing Group. The hairless place of the scalp is eliminated and new hair is implanted. Although, there may be more scarring damage with flaps than with grafts, most part of the baldness scalp gets protected with the new growth of hair.

Tissue development includes the putting of a increase like cells expander under the scalp that is growing healthful hair. Over the period of a few weeks, the tissue-expander gets loaded with salt-water to allow the extending and development of the tissue; which is very vital for sustenance of the process. OMICS Publishing Group organized the hair transplantation conference for the benefit of specialists and surgical experts, along with transplantation researchers.

Hair transplantation includes taking some parts of the scalp that are bald-resistant and shifting them to a hairless place. Bald-resistant replanted places will generally grow hair throughout, as it makes hair loss impossible by immunity, as it was highlighted at a dedicated session by OMICS Publishing Group.

Another specialized technique which was discussed by experts at the Conference was the scalp reduction, and the abstracts presented at the transplantation conference were indexed to the special issue of Journal of transplantation from the OMICS Publishing Group.

This type of hair transplant is hardly ever conducted. The bald area is operatively eliminated and the hair-bearing scalp is expanded in order to substitute what has been eliminated. This technique is very expensive. It could also improve the likelihood of the tensing of the scalp, which would only cause to its loss.


To get more knowledge about the related information, please refer OMICS Group Conferences. The OMICS Group Conference allows sharing best practice in the field as well as learning about case studies of successfully integrated technologies related to Hair Transplantation and Trichology, and also highlights recent developments and to identify emerging and future areas of growth in this exciting field.

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