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Humm...some answers please (Hair Transplant)

posted by seekingHair, 26.09.2007, 22:04

I am new to this site but glad to see that there are new players around. we need answers tho...
I cannot enlarge these images so it is very difficult to make any definitive decisions about this result. You stated that he had two goals in mind. One was to fill in the front and the other was to enhance his existing hair. It is impossible with these small images to make any decision on the enhancement of his pre-existing hair, but it does definitely appear that he has areas of poor or no growth especially on the right side in the front. Would you mind blowing these images up so the result can be evaluated better. Also the lighting and the quality of the before photos is much better. You have indicated that you use a 0.75 mm punch, but I am not convinced that your technique is better based on these poor quality images and the apparent failure of growth. It makes the viewer more concerned that you are trying to hide something rather than show it off.

Finally, is there a physician at your clinic? Most offices promote a physician, but I noted that your office does not mention anyone’s name. I wonder if a person does have poor growth at your clinic, who does the person take this issue up with…a physician or someone else? Also, if there are medical complications, who is the responsible party?

I will appreciate a respond from GHI




seekingHair is located in [NA] and he is available to meet: NO


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