Dr. Banasiak is a member of the Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery Society. He is involved in many areas of medical research and has had a number of articles published. He believes in developing his knowledge and skills for the good of his patients. One area of research has been in molecular phylogenetics, the study of hereditary molecular differences, mainly in DNA sequences, to gain information about an organism’s evolutionary relationships. Studies in this field have included whether a different repertoire of keratin genes among mammals can potentially explain the phenotypic hair features of different lineages.
Dr. Banasiak became interested in surgical hair restoration around 10 years ago. His cosmetic surgery background and his innate attention to detail gives him the ability to look at his patients and immediately envisage how he can improve their looks.
Dr. Banasiak ensures his patients are well “hair” educated and understand the principles behind a hair transplant. His knowledge covers all aspects of hair retention and restoration ranging from surgical to medical treatment programmes such as Platelet Rich Plasma therapy.
Trained in plastic surgery, his attention to detail is precise, enabling him to mimic nature and perform hair transplants, FUE, FUT and body hair transplants to the highest aesthetic level.
A registered member of the General Medical Council, GMC Number: 7191773, Dr. Banasiak says, “Every person has different goals and it is important for me to understand these to ensure a successful procedure can be carried out, and my patient is happy with the result”.