Dr. Parsa Mohebi
Hair Transplant Surgeon-Dr. Parsa Mohebi
Parsa Mohebi, M.D., medical director of US Hair Restoration (USHR) is a world renowned hair transplant surgeon. In his clinics base in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles and located throughout southern California the most advanced technology in hair transplantation are utilized. Dr. Mohebi’s passion for helping patient’s reestablish and enhance their self-esteem and image is reflected throughout the entire medical team and staff. His years’of experience teamed with a highly trained professionals provides great results and happiness for his patients.
Dr. Mohebi continues to be at the forefront in hair restoration through research, peer education and invention. He ensures that the latest and best practices combined with the newest technology in the art and science of hair restoration are employed throughout US Hair Restoration centers.
Dr. Mohebi personally involves himself in every stage of patient care assuring the best outcome and satisfaction for all his patients. When not involved in his busy hair restoration centers he collaborates with academic institutions on studies concerning hair growth, gene therapy techniques, and hair multiplications. He is also a sought after presenter and lecturer by colleagues and medical organizations globally.
Dr. Mohebi publishes well recognized studies annually. He also travels internationally giving presentations on hair loss, hair restoration techniques, and wound healing. He is passionate about research and strives daily to improve hair restoration surgical methods and develop improved techniques to help move the industry forward.
As an inventor Dr. Mohebi has introduced the Laxometer a state of the art device which measures the laxity of a persons scalp before a hair transplant procedure. The Laxometer increases a hair transplant surgeon’s accuracy and helps to minimize the size of the scar on a person’s scalp. This device is now a standard tool used by many hair restoration surgeons throughout the world.
After completing his internship at the University of North Dakota, Dr. Mohebi served in surgical residency at the University of New Mexico and York Hospitals. He also furthered his medical studies pursuing an interest in surgical research at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Department of Surgical Sciences. While at Johns Hopkins, he conducted several studies on wound healing and hair growth; in these studies he used growth factors and gene therapy methods. Dr. Mohebi also completed a fellowship in surgical hair restoration at New Hair Institute (NHI). He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery.