Scientific publications of Talizi (soon)
This is the one of the most frequently asked questions. It interests both patients and young colleagues, who come on training programs to Talizi. Experienced hair transplantologists also open with this question at international conferences. We will present our thoughts about this topic in this article.
In this article we will describe how, in our opinion, one can estimate the work of a hair transplant clinic; correlate a surgery’s scale with the price, time expenditure, and number of personnel; how important the experience of the surgeon and his team is in reality; and how the final result depends on instruments, etc.
The conditions and advantages of large-scale surgeries
Until recently, transplants of over 4,000 grafts were considered to be at the upper limits of scale and only within the reach of the most advanced clinics. These operations were opposed by a number of surgeons who asserted that the transplant of such great volumes of transplanted follicles had more shortcomings than advantages. In this publication the advantages and shortcomings of large-scale procedures are outlined and the case is made for large-scale operations.
The density and survival rates of graft implants
This paper examines the optimum density for graft implants, analyzing the survival rate of follicles against the density of their positioning.
Follicle survival rates during transection
A major challenge for modern transplantology is the scarcity and quality of donor stock. This paper examines the survival rates of damaged follicles in order to aid preservation of transplanted follicles during transplants.
Dehydration and warming of grafts during transplant procedures
Hair transplant surgery can last between 4 and 8 hours and more. This work examined the length of time follicles can remain outside of the human body without significant deterioration.
The correct of storage containers in hair transplant surgery
The most crucial factor during transplant surgery today is not the volume of hairs extracted but the survival rates of the extracted follicles. This work examines the most effective forms of follicle storage in order to improve survival rates.
In search of a “perfect” method of local anesthesia for hair transplant surgery
Infectious complications following transplant surgeries are extremely rare, the major problem concerning patient health and hygiene then concerns pain and bleeding. This work examines the effectiveness of a range of different anesthetic techniques within the framework of hair transplant surgery.
Sometimes we feel that grafts received by the FUE procedure grow in worse than grafts received in a more traditional way. Is this method more traumatic than the Strip, and could the FUE procedure negatively influence graft survivability?