This all new video formatted website now gives prospective patients a chance to see the results from all angles, in all directions, and more of a three dimensional vantage point.
Franklin, TN. (PRWEB) May 03, 2012
“The feedback from men and women searching the Internet for solutions to hair loss has been extremely positive”, says Steven Cook, Chief Operating Officer at Great Hair Transplants. He added,“It just made perfect sense to upgrade the website into an extremely high tech format. Dr. Bolton is regarded as a pioneer in the industry and is responsible for numerous hair transplant innovations. Now the website matches the high tech structure of the surgery!” Although follicular unit hair transplants have been the gold standard for more than twenty years now in the industry, density has always been the top patient concern. Dr. Bolton has changed all that with his introduction last year of the MaxHarvest™ technique. This all video formatted website now gives prospective patients a chance to see the results from all angles, in all directions, and more of a three dimensional vantage point. The previous GreatHairTransplants.com website was extremely informative and delivered strong content of what has been wrong in the industry and where improvements could be made. The new website delivers the same, but backed up with hundreds of video examples.
Great Hair Transplants has two fully staffed state of the art surgery centers:
2115 East Oakland Park Blvd.
Fort Lauderdale, FL. 33306
2000 Meridian Blvd.
Franklin, TN. 37067
Great Hair Transplants continues to provide people with proven hair loss solutions that work. The company has recently added a patient education department which focuses on providing patients with much needed information on keeping their existing hair, not just adding to what they already have. “There are so many different stages of hair loss and so many different options for patients to choose from,” explained Dr. Bolton. “The entire industry needs to do a much better job of providing the correct information to all patients on what will work best for them, not just selling high margin products for additional revenue," he added.