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In 1990, he underwent hair transplantation and scalp reduction procedures, initially performed by Dr. G. Seery in Sacramento, California, and later in 1992 by Dr. T. Mayer in Los Angeles. These experiences marked the beginning of his extensive interaction with various hair transplantation specialists, contributing to his profound understanding of the field. Notably, he played a pivotal role as a founding member of the International Society of Hair Surgeons in 1994, an organization that stands as the world’s largest association of hair transplant surgeons. Throughout the years, his dedication to advancing the field has been unwavering, as evidenced by his involvement in committees such as the Ad Hoc Committee on Artificial Fibers in 2003 and the Pro Bono Committee starting from 2006. His commitment to excellence was further exemplified in 2006 when he achieved the remarkable distinction of becoming the first Japanese individual certified by the American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery (ABHRS), solidifying his position as a pioneering figure in the realm of hair restoration.

A multifaceted professional, his journey is characterized by a rich tapestry of accomplishments across various medical domains. After graduating from Keio University School of Medicine in 1974 and obtaining his Doctor of Medicine degree in 1982, he embarked on a distinguished career path that led to his current standing as Director and Chairman of Yokobikai Medical Corporation. His involvement with esteemed organizations like the International Society of Hair Surgery (ISHRS) as a fellow member and his role in the ISHRS Artificial Hair Special Committee since 2003 underscore his ongoing dedication to advancing the field of hair restoration. Furthermore, his leadership extends globally, as demonstrated by his directorial roles within the Asian Society of Hair Surgery (AAHRS) and as an integral member of prestigious societies such as the Japanese Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (JSAPS), the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS), the Japanese Society of Plastic Surgery (JSPRS), and the International Society of Dermatologic Surgery (ISDS). Through his relentless pursuit of excellence and his myriad contributions to the field, he continues to shape the landscape of hair transplantation and aesthetic medicine on a global scale.


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  • Marco Emerson
    Marco Emerson
    a year ago

    Dr Imagawa lied to and scammed me. I was supposed to get hair transplant on my left and right temple points. Due to a previous test procedure he did on my left temple point that was a failure, I changed my mind on the day of the surgery and told him that I did not want the transplant on the left side but only on right side. He very smoothly told me that I should get only 40 grafts done on the left side which I agreed to. After the surgery was over, it was 80 grafts! He bloody lied to me suggesting a small number of grafts but performed 100% more! He is not to be trusted. All the nurses were in the room and heard him but no one uttered a word. Extremely unprofessional and like a con man.

  • naresh chowdary
    naresh chowdary
    4 years ago

    I visited the clinic for hair fall, Doctor speaks good English and explained me all the procedures very patiently and suggested the necessary actions. Also explained the advantages and side effects of the prescribed medicines.

  • Ahmad Faisal Amiry
    Ahmad Faisal Amiry
    7 years ago

    An intelligent,well-known and famous doctor

  • Leandro Silva
    Leandro Silva
    2 months ago

    The high reviews on a certain anonymous bulletin board were not just for fun. Technology, knowledge, experience, personality, staff, price. Everything here is a choice. I threw away the fake mustache I had prepared for my trip to Türkiye in the trash. There is currently a three-year wait for a reservation, but if you have the courage to seek counseling, a miracle may happen.

  • t s
    t s
    6 months ago

    He's good, he's cheap, he's cheap, I have nothing to say. When I received the treatment at another A clinic, the results were terrible, but I was able to recover here, so I am grateful. There is a reviewer who said, ``I just wanted to make my hairline a little rounder, but they offered me a price of about 1 million yen.'' However, I had the same symptoms and paid about 300,000 yen, depending on the area. They calculate it theoretically and give you an estimate, so I think it's just that the person has a lot of bald area. As for other clinics, he praised highly skilled overseas clinics, but he was simply criticizing clinics that advertised and provided services to patients with poor technology, which gave me the impression that he was an extremely honest person.

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