By mode of surgery, the global market for hair transplant has been segmented into eyebrow transplant, head hair transplant, reconstruction or frontal hairline lowering, and others. Among these, the segment for head hair transplant holds the largest market share with 88.3 %.
By mode of end-users, the global market for hair transplant has been segmented into hospitals, trichology clinics, dermatology clinics, and others.
America Dominates the Global Market:
Geographically, the market for hair transplant has been spanned across North America, Asia Pacific, Europe, and Rest-of-the-World.
The American region is anticipated to hold the largest market share with 2,240.7 million in 2016. Introduction of robotic surgical hair transplant system like the ARTAS system promises safe and efficient hair transplantation. Also, use of Neograft Hair Transplantation System is set to gain traction in the global market.
Asia Pacific is projected to be the second largest and the fastest growing market and is predicted to expand at 24.3 % CAGR during the assessment period. With growing celebrity and media influences, peer pressure, rapid urbanization, high income, and growing awareness regarding one’s appearance, the market in this region is anticipated to stimulate during the assessment period in this region. Meanwhile, due to the lack of treatment knowledge, the market in Middle East and Africa is likely to grow at a steady pace.
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Hair transplant doctors thriving sans licence: Karnataka Medical Council
The Karnataka Medical Council has written to the Medical Council of India (MCI) to take action against Dr Apoorva Shah and Dr Sonal Shah, founders of Richfeel Trichology Centres in India.
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BENGALURU: The Karnataka Medical Council has written to the Medical Council of India (MCI) to take action against Dr Apoorva Shah and Dr Sonal Shah, founders of Richfeel Trichology Centres in India, for allegedly running 90 trichology clinics across the country without licences and with unqualified doctors. KMC has ordered the district health officer of Bangalore district to take action as per the Karnataka Private Medical Establishment Act and send a report by September 4. Richfeel has nine centres in the city.