“ Every patient needs to demand all claims be backed up with many different examples in both before and after photos and full length videos.”
Brentwood, TN. (PRWEB) September 27, 2012
The hair restoration industry can be extremely confusing to the average consumer. In days of old, there were late night infomercials showing a bald man suddenly grew back his hair! For anyone watching and suffering from hair loss, this created excitement and hope! However, in most cases, this hope was nothing more than a clever way to market a potion, lotion, or wig. In modern times, people suffering from hair loss can simply search for cures on the internet at any time of day in total privacy. However, since hair transplantation reached the gold standard in 1992 with the creation of moving follicular units from the safe zone into the thinning areas of the scalp, sometimes too much information can become even more confusing! This explosion of information on the internet and the popularity of the outpatient surgical hair transplant procedure has left many people still scratching their bald heads! Due to the fact there are so many part time doctors, one stop shop wig and cover-up companies hiring doctors as independent contractors, there is a much better chance of getting a bad hair transplant than a good one! It is for this reason Dr. Bolton and Great Hair Transplants created a video based website which helps people do the proper due diligence before signing up for a procedure. “Anyone can tell you anything you want to hear in this industry”, stated Steve Cook, Chief Operating Officer at Great Hair Transplants. “ All patients need to demand all these claims be backed up with many different examples in both before and after photos and full length videos.”
Great Hair Transplants
8115 Isabella Lane
Brentwood, TN. 37027
2715 East Oakland Park Blvd.
Entire Second Floor
Fort Lauderdale, FL. 33306
Great hair transplants will be offering a special incentive to all dissatisfied patients who have had at least one procedure from another hair restoration clinic. Patients can contact steve(at)greathairtransplants(dot)com for details.