BEWARE OF THE HAIR TRANSPLANT BLACK MARKET
The British Association of Hair Restoration Surgery (BAHRS) is dedicated to patient safety and is aware of the increasing number of black market hair transplant clinics in the UK.
In collaboration with the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS), the BAHRS held its first educational stream on the subject to highlight some of the issues faced by prospective patients.
WHAT PATIENTS IN THE UK SHOULD BEWARE OF WHEN CONSIDERING HAIR TRANSPLANT SURGERY
Watch the Live Stream Replay
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-Greg Williams, Moderator and Past Chair ISHRS Ethics Committee
-Chris D’Souza, President BAHRS
-Bessam Farjo, Past President ISHRS
-Epameinondas Bonaros, Hair Transplant Surgeon, Scotland
-Harry Wallop, Journalist and Broadcaster, UK
-How patients can get reliable information and seek ethical surgeons – ISHRS/BAHRS
-What is the definition of “Black Market”
-What are the benefits to patient in getting a hair transplant surgery
-What is the difference between cosmetic and medical hair transplant surgery
-What should patients in UK beware of when considering hair transplant surgery
-Harry Wallop, a prominent Journalist in the UK, will share his experience of going overseas for an investigative report
-What can be delegated to non-doctors
-What should patients expect from the doctor (and clinic) in terms of ethics
-What are the red flags in social media advertising
Plus a selection of patients will share their experiences at clinics where surgery is delegated to non-doctors.