WORLD CONGRESS 26TH IN HOLLYWOOD
Trivellini tech unveiled its new products for the first time at the World Congress Platform and it was well received. We have had many new products and devices in the last few years that have been purchased by doctors all over the world directly from Trivellini Tech
Trivellini tech unveiled its new products for the first time at the World Congress Platform and it was well received. We have had many new products and devices in the last few years that have been purchased by doctors all over the world directly from Trivellini Tech (previously known as Mamba Instruments). However, the demand of the international market led us to have an exhibit in the World Congress this year. We anticipate a continuing demand and plan to be present at future international exhibits in different parts of the world.
The World Congress was held in the beautiful city of Hollywood in Los Angeles. Los Angeles is also known as the mecca of cosmetic surgery and celebrities from all over the world go there for their cosmetic procedures. This allowed Trivellini Tech to shine in the best place possible during its first appearance in the World Congress Platform.
During the workshops and general sessions of the World Congress, many doctors reviewed Trivellini System and its unique multiphasic mechanism that allows harvesting grafts efficiently. Dr. Arthur Tykocinski, the President of the International Society of Hair Restoration (ISHRS), demonstrated how Trivellini’s multiphasic extraction can minimize the damage to the grafts and improve the outcome of procedures. Dr. Sebastian Yriart, Argentinian plastic surgeon, gave a complete presentation on the dynamics involved in Trivellini System and Dr. Marie Andree Schambach, a world-renowned hair transplant surgeon from Guatemala, showed how she uses Trivellini System to improve the overall efficiency of her procedures.
We anticipate having more presentations and publications from hair restoration leaders who use Trivellini System in the future in other international platforms.