DR. HARRIS PRESENTS AT WORLDWIDE CONFERENCES |
Hair Sciences Center is adamant about staying ahead of the latest methods and procedures in hair restoration. For this reason, Dr. Harris frequently attends and speaks at conferences around the world. It is his goal to make sure that hair restoration methods stay innovative, safe and effective for every patient.
A Note from Dr. James Harris:
hope you were able to take part in this year’s ISHRS Orlando workshop. It’s a
remarkable venue for seeing and discussing emerging procedures, equipment and
ideas with veteran physicians and those new to the field. This year’s agenda
included direct- comparison surgical procedures for FUE. Gratified to achieve
an average of 2.9 hairs per graft with the powered SAFE Scribe with a
transection rate of just 1.9 percent. If we’ve spoken about this, you’re aware
of my clinical stance on transection rates being an essential factor in the FUE
success equation. Given interest expressed by colleagues in Orlando, we’re
planning SAFE Scribe training here in Denver soon. Do let me know if you’re interested. — Jim
in conjunction with the 22nd Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery
January 25-29, 2006, Disney's Contemporary Resort, Orlando, FL
12th Annual ISHRS Live Surgery Workshop
March 15-18, 2006, Orlando, FL
ISHRS Regional Workshop (FUE)
April 21-23, 2006, Denver, CO
9th Annual Live Surgery Workshop
European Society of Hair Restoration Surgery, May 25-28, 2006, Zurich, Switzerland
ISHRS 14th Annual Scientific Meeting
October 18-22, 2006 Hotel del Coronado, San Diego, CA
August, 2005 International Society of
Hair Restoration Surgeons
13th Annual Meeting, Sydney, Australia
This is the thirteenth year that the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery has brought together the best minds in the world in a grand exchange of ideas at their Annual Scientific Meeting.
June, 2005 10th Italian Society of Hair Restoration Surgeons
International Conference, Modena, Italy. "Performance in Hair Restoration" is the scheduled program.
11th Annual Live Surgery Workshop
The World's Expert Doctors Take on Hair Loss and Transplants
A staggering 80 million Americans and hundreds of millions worldwide suffer from hair loss. What answers can science provide to solve this problem? What direction is research taking and what is its impact? Can cloning be the solution? Do hair loss products advertised on television and the internet really work?
These questions were researched, debated and discussed at the ninth annual Live Surgery Workshop in Orlando, March 5-8, 2005. In addition to the scientific updates and discussion, 22 surgeries demonstrating a comprehensive range of surgical techniques, new instrumentation and special cases were performed. Dr. Harris of Hair Sciences Center performed a live surgery demonstrating his breakthrough technology using the Harris SAFE System & Scribe.
The focus of the program was a true exchange of knowledge by practical, living education. More than 100 physicians, including some of the world's leading medical experts and research scientists on hair loss and restoration, traveled to Orlando for this international event.
Dr. Harris presents revolutionary new technology to colleagues in Vancouver
At the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery in Vancouver, Canada, in August, Dr. James Harris introduced the Harris SAFESM (Surgically Advanced Follicular Extraction) System to a renowned group of transplant surgeons from around the world. The demonstration drew wide praise from other hair transplantation surgeons attending the conference. Dr. Harris's new, minimally invasive technology offers significant benefits to both patients and physicians. Specifically, The Harris SAFE System will dramatically improve the field of hair restoration, making the surgery more accessible, more efficient and more affordable for the millions of men and women who are candidates for hair transplantation surgery. Click here to learn more about the benefits of The Harris SAFE System or to schedule a consultation with Dr. Harris.