New Tools for Hair Transplants
This field never stands still and there are improvements made all the time. Although I have attended every ISHRS meeting since 1992, most of the practical and useful tips I have acquired have been from live workshops and observations at physicians’ offices. If there is something new that I think will improve my work or make it easier, I’m usually the first one in line to try it. Occasionally we do find something that proves useful but the majority of the time the new tool ends up in the storage bin along with all the others that did not turn out to be useful. I limit my comments here to tools used for site preps and graft placement. Most of these tools are not new but for us they are still the best at what they do.