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  1. Bill - Managing Publisher
    July 28, 2010 @ 12:44 pm

    Derek,

    I wouldn’t consider any surgical procedure a “walk in the park”. However, many men and women whose self esteem are suffering from hair loss have considered surgical hair restoration as an option in order to restore their lost hair and confidence.

    Everything in life is about priorities. And while hair transplant surgery is expensive, it’s an elective procedure. The average American spends $30,000 on a new car every 5 years also. This too is a choice. Thus, if the average American balding man or woman is a good candidate for hair transplant surgery (and he/she may need more than one procedure to meet their goals), they can always consider keeping their current car for 5 more years and use that additional money for their procedure(s). The majority of men and women will not need $30,000 for hair transplant surgery either so they’ll have plenty of left over money in their wallet.

    On this community, we don’t push hair transplants on anyone. We only provide information on the advantages, limitations and possible risks that go along with the procedure and help direct patients to the best physicians who regularly produce excellent results.

    Best wishes,

    Bill
    Managing Publisher of this Community

  2. Derek
    July 27, 2010 @ 5:08 pm

    Please tell me if i’m wrong: An out patient procedure like this is no walk in the park. Most likely damaging to your wallet, Because their are few who do this. This is not the most economical way for a balding man or women in these times unless you’ve climbed the social latter and have what they like to call “money to blow”.

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