Although there are various reasons for seeking hair transplant surgery, many individuals undergo restoration to appear younger, symmetrical, and more attractive. However, one could argue that attraction is not a universal ideal and the heightened sense of appeal after hair restoration is caused by increased confidence.
Could it be that a majority of compliments and post-operative glances arise from a patient’s new found self-confidence? It’s difficult to argue that hair transplantation allows many hair loss sufferers to feel better about themselves and achieve dramatic results, but it’s harder to conclude whether patients are transformed by the new appearance or new confidence.
Regardless, a new topic on the Hair Restoration Discussion Forums address this exact issue. Do you feel more attractive after your hair restoration surgery? What do you think causes this heightened sense of appeal? If you want to discuss these issues, feel free to participate in the thread Are You More Attractive Post Hair Transplant?
Blake Bloxham – formerly “Future_HT_Doc”
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