In our hair loss forum community, we spend a lot of time discussing hair transplant surgeons who perform only the best work. And though these physicians deserve the online accolades they receive, the experience and hard work of the medical technicians and office staff plays a significant role in the success of the surgery.
These “unsung heroes” are largely responsible for regularly performing the important but tedious tasks of carefully trimming follicular unit grafts under microscopes and placing delicate grafts into recipient sites without damaging them.
Each member of the hair restoration surgical team must be on their game in order for the hair transplant procedure to be a success. One technician improperly trimming or placing grafts could amount to a significant amount of wasted follicles and a much lower hair growth yield.
Surgeons are often more publicly recognized because they are ultimately responsible for the work of the entire surgical team and the end result. However, each member of the hair restoration team plays a significant role in the final outcome of the surgery. Large ultra refined hair transplant megasessions are only possible today because quality surgeons employ a large and experienced staff who can handle grafts quickly, accurately, and safely.
Kudos to the dedicated medical technicians and office assistants who work hard alongside elite surgeons to ensure the end result is as good as it gets.