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Reconstructive Eyelash Transplantation in a Trichotillomania Patient - by Alan J. Bauman, M.D., F.I.S.H.R.S., D.A.B.H.R.S
Using a modified/enhanced "sew-insertion" technique, this patient's living and growing eyelashes were completely reconstructed using eyelash transplantation. Cosmetic and reconstructive eyelash transplantation is a comfortable out-patient procedure performed under local anesthesia by specially-trained hair transplant surgeons. In this 62 year-old female who lost all eyelashes in her eyelid by the time she was 23 years old due to trichotillomania sought out eyelash transplantation from eyelash expert Dr. Alan J. Bauman, M.D.--author of numerous eyelash transplantation textbook chapters and the only North American faculty member of the ISHRS Regional Live Eyelash Transplant Workshop held in Los Angeles in 2006.
In September 2015 in ISHRS Annual Scientific Meeting in Chicago, this case was presented at the Live Patient Viewing portion of the conference and the patient, "Hilary B." was on-hand to display her eyelash transplant results and discuss why she sought out eyelash transplant surgery from Dr. Alan Bauman. #ISHRS2015
Dr. Bauman's "Lashologist," Ellie Malmin, was also available to discuss the post-operative care and grooming of transplanted eyelashes, including the trimming, tinting, perming typically needed to maintain comfortable and beautiful transplanted lashes. For more information about eyelash transplants, visit http://www.eyelash-transplant.com or http://www.baumanmedical.com