Artistic Design

/Artistic Design


By | May 4th, 2013|

Naturalness and Undetectability Our goal is to create a natural hairline in one session. In other words, it should not take another session to create naturalness, but if the patient would like to increase density or cover a larger area of hair loss that is the goal in any additional procedure. The [...]

Utilizing Art

By | May 3rd, 2013|

Utilizing Art and Mathematic Principles in Facial Framing and Hair Restoration Design Like any play or film, a picture must be put together so that its component parts make a balanced, harmonious whole to hold the attention of the viewer. It is the blueprint for a painting or the composition. Good composition [...]

The Eyes

By | May 2nd, 2013|

The focal point in any facial surgery This author feels that the focal point in any facial surgery, especially facial framing with hair transplantation, would be “the eyes”, and not the particular portion of the face or hair that was enhanced. Additionally, the author feels that all three hairlines must be restored [...]

Leonardo Fibonacci

By | May 1st, 2013|

Relating to the natural hair growth pattern Leonardo Fibonacci, an Italian born in 1175 AD, discovered the Fibonacci series in which the sum of the squares of any series of Fibonicci numbers will equal the last Fibonacci number used in the series times the next Fibonacci number. 1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21 The series is ubiquitous [...]

Golden Section

By | April 28th, 2013|

Countless Golden Ratios In 500 B.C. Phidias, a Greek sculptor designed statues for the Parthenon based on Pi and PHI. The golden section was popularized and used by Renaissance artists to achieve balance, proportion and beauty in their works as illustrated in Da Vinci’s masterpiece, “The Last Supper”. The human body, as [...]

Focal Points

By | April 27th, 2013|

Bringing attention to the eyes As artists choose “focal points” in their portraits, so must the skilled aesthetic surgeon when resculpting the face. A true work of art should bring attention to the eyes and then secondarily to the area of restoration or enhancement. The purpose of this paper is not to [...]