Beverly Hills, CA – Ziering Medical is proud to announce that its Founder and Medical Director, Dr. Craig L. Ziering, D.O., F.A.O.C.D. was recently featured as the “Surgeon of the Month” in the Hair Transplant Forum International, a trade publication for hair restoration surgeons and practices.
“I was honored to be chosen as the Surgeon of the Month in a publication I respect so much,” says Dr. Ziering. “I enjoy the opportunity to continue to educate my colleagues and patients of the many options in hair restoration surgery for both men and women alike.”
Dr. Ziering was featured in the May/June 2006 issue of HTFI. The article highlighted not only Dr. Ziering’s educational and surgical training and background, but also his contributions to the advancement of hair restoration surgery including Microscopic Follicular Unit Grafting (which is now the gold standard), the Ziering Whorl, and his latest launch of Ziering for Her, a program that caters to the 35 million women in the US suffering with hair loss.
Adds Dr. Ziering: “My goal is always to educate the public on the wide variety of hair restoration procedures available that can create the most natural results.”
BIO: Craig L. Ziering, D.O., F.A.O.C.D., has over 15 years of hair transplantation surgery experience. He is frequently a featured surgeon at international conferences and has performed over 10,000 hair transplant procedures. Dr. Ziering’s artistry and skill are recognized throughout the world. His concepts and designs such as his WHORL classification system recently received an award for “Most Original New Idea” at an ISHRS scientific assembly. Dr. Ziering is board certified in Dermatology, by the American Osteopathic Board of Dermatology, and in Hair Transplantation Surgery by the American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery. He has several offices in California including Beverly Hills, Newport Beach, Diamond Ba,r and La Quinta. Ziering Medical is also located in Salt Lake City, Utah and Las Vegas, Nevada. Dr. Ziering has been featured on ABC’S “Extreme Makeover,” Entertainment Tonight, The Insider, The Los Angeles Times, and is used as a resource in many other national media outlets.