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Dr. Christian Bisanga

Dr. Christian Bisanga received his medical degree in Surgery and Obstetrics from the Catholic University of Louvain. He completed his residency in Acute Medicine and Catastrophes at the Princesses Paola Hospital in Marche en Famenne, Belgium, before moving to the U.S.A where he began working within the hair transplant field and worked alongside some of the leading Doctors of that time.

Dr. Bisanga founded BHR Clinic Brussels in 2006 and due to his work ethic and constant improvement and development, BHR has evolved into one of the absolute leading and elite hair restoration clinics worldwide.

Hair Transplantation: Theory & Hands-On Cadaver Training

 Senior Faculty:         Christian Bisanga

 

Day 1

1

Registration & Welcome

2

The steps required to becoming a successful hair restoration surgeon

Course objectives

3

Surgical anatomy and histology of the scalp and follicular unit

4

Pathogenesis and classification of hair loss

5

Medical options for hair loss

6

The hair transplant consultation

       Assessing expectations

       History & examination for hair restoration

       The role of dermoscopy & photography

       The informed consent process

7

The art and science of hairline design

       Scalp zones

       Designs in male v female patients

       Ethnic variations: Caucasians, Asians, Africans

       Design patterns: pearls and pitfalls

8

Coffee

9

The future autograft/non-surgical approach

       Energy based therapies

       PRP, growth factors and stem cells

       Advanced technologies for extraction and implantation Non-surgical options for hair growth

10

The ABCs of FUE and FUSS hair transplantation techniques

       Indications and contraindications

       Advantages and disadvantages

       Equipment and instrumentation requirements

       Staffing and workflow considerations

 

11

Anaesthesia options in hair transplantation

       Nerve blocks

       Tumescent local anaesthesia

12

The patient experience: premedication, positioning, comfort, managing expectation

13

Harvesting follicular units step-by-step

       Follicular unit strip surgery (FUSS)

       Follicular unit extraction (FUE)

       Motorised and robotic technologies for FUE

 

14

Lunch

15

Managing the graft: critical considerations

       Slivering, trimming, and sorting

       Storage solutions and spraying

       Graft calculation and planning

 

16

The recipient site

       Hair type, direction, and location

       Creating the recipient site for donor FUs

       How to decide on angle and density of grafts

       Long hair grafting

 

17

Postoperative considerations to optimise graft survival

18

Complications in hair transplantation: how to avoid them, how to deal with them

19

Special considerations

       Hair transplantation in women

       Eyebrows

       Hair restoration in scars

       Body FUE

       Difficult cases: challenges and ones to avoid

 

20

The business of hair transplantation

               Tips for getting started

               Marketing keys for success

               Making an investment (and getting it back quickly)

 

21

MCQ Examination

22

End of day 1

  

 

Day 2

23

Meet at cadaver lab

24

Demonstrate

       Follicular unit strip surgery (FUSS)

25

Hands-on training for participants

26

Demonstrate

       Follicular unit extraction (FUE)

27

Hands-on training for participants

28

Demonstrate

       Motorised and robotic technologies for FUE

29

Hands-on training for participants

30

Lunch

31

Demo: Managing the graft

32

Hands-on training for participants

33

Coffee break

35

Demo: Implantation

36

Hands-on training for participants


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