Recent Progress in the hair transplant

Recent Progress in the hair transplant

For my review of the market, the ARTAS System and the competition,

Recent Progress

The Company recently released their. Quarterly growth in procedure revenue was over 25%, but disappointment came in two flavors – system revenue and operational expenses. System revenue dropped by 40% versus Q4 2017 and operational expenses went up by 35% versus Q4 2017. When asked on the conference call about the expenses, management did not suggest that there were any major one-time expenses that would reduce those costs in future quarters – the cash flow positive (“CFP”) revenue bar was effectively raised by about $5M per quarter… ouch. 0% of women experience hair loss – how do you prevent it? Rebecca ReidMonday 16 Jul 2018 12:47 pm Share this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messenger 101 SHARES (Picture: Ella Byworth for Metro.co.uk) For a lot of women, hair isn’t just there to keep your head warm.  It’s a comfort blanket, a sign of your personal style and something which you pour time and money in to maintaining. So for the 70% of women who experience hair loss over their life time, losing it is a distressing experience. Is there anything that you can do to prevent your hair from falling out, or to slow down the loss when it starts happening? Thin hair is often thought of as a men’s hair concern, but recent stats show it’s as much of a concern for women Female hair loss can be temporary. It’s common in women who have recently had babies, due to hormonal changes following birth. But it can also be permenat. Unlike male baldness, which tends to start either with a receeding hairline or a pate, female hair loss generally starts around the hairline and parting. Dr Shahmalak is a leading hair transplant specialist and he explains. He provided Metro.co.uk with an insight into female hair loss. ‘I think that concerns around female hair loss are rising as more and more women choose to talk about their experience’ he said. ‘There is still a stigma attached to female hair loss, but instead of being something shameful or embarrassing, it’s important to remember that hair loss is a natural process and a result of aging.’ He goes on to explain: ‘Up to 80% of hair loss is due to genetic factors, which are inherited from your parents. Your likelihood of experiencing hair loss can increase however, due to a number of other factors, such as: Illness (eg. alopecia, anaemia, thyroid issues), smoking, using harsh chemicals on hair, such as when bleaching or perming, regularly tying hair back into tight styles, stres or poor diet If you are losing your hair – for whatever reason – what should you do? (Picture: Ella Byworth for Metro.co.uk)

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