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Hair Transplant Consultations In Italy With Dr. Victor Hasson

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Author: Dr. Victor Hasson

Medical Doctor & Hair Restoration Surgeon

victor_hasson_sigTake advantage of this unique opportunity to meet Dr. Victor Hasson, one of the world’s most respected and experienced hair transplant surgeons. Dr. Hasson will provide you with a free, no-obligation hair loss and hair transplant assessment.

Rome, Italy March 20, 21, 22 (Sunday, Monday, Tuesday)
Milan, Italy March 24, 25, 26 (Thursday, Friday, Saturday)

Meet Dr. Victor Hasson in Italy!

Dr. Hasson will be visiting Italy and performing live hair transplant consultations.Here’s what you can expect!

  • An evaluation of the cause of your hair loss, its’ current state and likely progression
  • A hair retention strategy
  • An assessment of your hair characteristics, including scalp laxity and donor density
  • A realistic review of your hair restoration goals
  • An estimate of the number of grafts required and available for hair transplant surgery
  • A discussion of FUE and FUT extraction methods
  • A hair transplant cost estimate

Sessions will be held privately in a hotel conference room and typically last up to 20 minutes. We will set up a camera to take clear photos of your head from 12 distinct angles and may record video so the doctor can refer to your images if you decide to pursue hair transplant surgery. You will be provided with a written assessment & recommendation to take home with you.

We look forward to seeing you in Italy!

Book your free consultation today!

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